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Background- Canadian Idol will be staging show with its top 10 talented young finalists.

Canadian Idol is based on British show Pop Idol and American Idol. It is actually competition in search of the most talented young singer in Canada. The show is hosted by Ben Mulroney. For the first three seasons, Jon Dore was the "roving reporter". Throughout the show, Dore has appeared in many comedy skits. For the fourth season, Elena Juatco is hosting the show. The show is all about cross-Canada tour. In this show, the talented young singers gives audition in front of four judges, Jake Gold, Sass Jordan of Montreal, Quebec, Zack Werner of Winnipeg, Manitoba, and Farley Flex of Ajax, Ontario. As the show continues, performers are eliminated in each round, until it reaches to almost top 10, finalists and even sometime to 11, if there is a tie. Each of these has to perform live. Not only the judges, even the viewers, have a chance to vote their favorites. The one with the fewest votes, is eliminated from the show.

The first season of Canadian Idol appeared in the year 2003. In this season, Ryan Malcolm of Kingston, from Ontario won, was crowned the winner, along with Gary Beals of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia coming in second. After the show, Malcolm released his first album entitled "Home" in the year 2003. The album also contained his first single "Something More" from Canadian Idol. Not only Malcolm, eight members from the reality show have released their own solo albums, including Gary Beals, Billy Klippert, Audrey De Montigny, Jenny Gear, Toya Alexis, Mikey Bustos, and Karen-Lee Batten. The auditions for the first season was held in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Ottawa, Calgary, Winnipeg, Halifax, and St. John's.
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The second season of Canadian Idol appeared in the year 2004. The show became one of the most popular and watched show in Canada. The auditions for the second season was held in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Ottawa, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Halifax, Regina, and St. John's. The show was somewhat different from any other Idol show of the world. The final six contestants played their own instruments, when they appeared for their group performance of the Gordon Lightfoot classic "Canadian Railroad Trilogy". The winner of the show was won by Kalan Porter of Medicine Hat, Alberta, Theresa Sokyrka of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan was the runner-up. Porter released his debut album "219 Days". Not only Porter, ten other members from the reality show have released their own solo albums, includes Sokyrka, Jacob Hoggard (an album with his band Hedley), Jason Greeley, Shane Wiebe, and Joshua Seller.

The third season of Canadian Idol appeared in the year 2005. The auditions started in the month of February. The auditions were held in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Ottawa, Calgary, Winnipeg, London, Sudbury, Saskatoon, St. John's, Moncton, Charlottetown, Sydney, and Whitehorse. But their was twist in the event, 11 competitors emerged from the competition. Melissa O'Neil of Calgary, Alberta became the winner; followed by Rex Goudie of Burlington, Newfoundland and Labrador being the runner-up. O'Neil and Goudie have already released their solo albums, followed by Aaron Walpole, Josh Palmer, and Suzi Rawn, while Casey LeBlanc, Ashley Leitao and Amber Fleury have released album in a group called Braided.

The fourth season of Canadian Idol appeared in the year 2006. The auditions took place in February, March and April. The auditions were held in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Ottawa, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Kitchener-Waterloo, Halifax, Regina, St. John's, and Yellowknife. The winner of the season was Eva Avila, followed by Craig Sharpe and Tyler Lewis.

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