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Abdul was similarly coy when asked at the same event whether she'd be back on the show this season."I'm always last to find out if the rumors are true, but I'm sure I'll find out," she said.As "American Idol" heads into its 15th and final season, longtime judge Randy Jackson reminisced to Entertainment Weekly about his favorite show moments and the elimination of South Side singer-turned-actress Jennifer Hudson in 2004."Jennifer Hudson was my wow card that year, and I was gutted when she got eliminated because with her and (fellow contestants) Fantasia (Barrino) and La Toya (London), it was like we had our own version of The Supremes up there," Jackson told EW after being asked which elimination was the most painful."And it gutted me because I really thought she could go all the way.Dio Guardi, De Generes, and Cowell left the show after Season 9 leaving Jackson with the only filled judges spot for Season 10.From Season 10 to Season 11, Jackson was joined by new judges Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler.In the starting of his career during the 1980s, he played guitar in the three albums for Jean-Luc Ponty. Randy was also associated with the rock group Journey as a session musician in 1986.Randy worked with guitarist Steve Lukather in his on the first solo album and he also performed on several of Kenny G's albums.
It was just something that was said in passing, and I would never mean to say anything to hurt anybody or to stir up anything, because I'm just not about drama. I might be mad too," Underwood adds, "if somebody said my boyfriend was calling some other girl.
But she's proven that she could and she has."Hudson placed seventh in the Fox singing competition's third season. Hudson, 34, starred in the 2006 film "Dreamgirls," which earned her an Oscar and Golden Globe for best supporting actress.
She stars on Broadway in "The Color Purple." She recently said she wants to return to "American Idol" for the finale. "American Idol" host Ryan Seacrest said in the fall that former judges are expected to return for the final season, which premieres 7 p.m.
Randy was born as the son of mother Julia Jackson and father Herman Jackson.
His mother was a homemaker and his father was a plant foreman. According to his ethnicity, he is an Afro-American. Randy Jackson attended Southern University and A&M College for his education.