"American Idol" is set to return for its 14th season on the FOX network and it has recently released a new promotional video.
Among its winners from its 13 previous seasons, only three-time Grammy winner Kelly Clarkson from Season 1, six-time Grammy winner Carrie Underwood from Season 4, Jordin Sparks from Season 6 and Phillip Phillips from Season 11 were featured in the video.
Sparks holds the record as the youngest "American Idol" winner having won the contest at age 17 while Phillips' debut single "Home" is the best-selling single from any alum of the show.
Along with the four "American Idol" champs was Jennifer Hudson, who finished seventh during the third season but went on to become the only alum from the singing competition to win an Academy Award.
Following Phillips is Season 12 winner Candice Glover who also made a record with her album "Music Speaks" being the first album from "American Idol" alum to debut in the Top 5 on iTunes, Broadway World reported.
On the other hand, last season's winner Caleb Johnson has yet to make an "American Idol" alum history. On Nov. 22, he is set to serve as grand marshal for the Asheville Holiday Parade, according to Citizen Times.
"American Idol Season 13" judges Jennifer Lopez, Harry Connick Jr. and Keith Urban are all returning for the 14th season.
Watch "American Idol Season 14" promo video here:
Other previous winners who are not featured in the video are Ruben Studdard, Fantasia Barrino, Taylor Hicks, David Cook, Kris Allen, Lee DeWyze and Scotty McCreery.
Meanwhile, Lopez was spotted wearing a pair of dark aviator sunglasses, a flared mini dress and spiked Christian Louboutin pumps while filming the "Hollywood Week" of "American Idol XIV," Daily Mail reported.
With Urban and Connick, the 45-year-old singer and actress arrived at the Orpheum Theater in Los Angeles carrying a metallic clutch while her hair was pulled into a tight ponytail.
"American Idol XIV" will premiere on Jan. 14, 2015.
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