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The show's original host was Nancy O'Dell. From Season 3 onward, each season brought a new host: Music/LeAnnRimes, Music/WynonnaJudd, Music/{{Jewel}}, and finally Music/BillyRayCyrus. These seasons also had co-hosts: Music/CledusTJudd in Season 3; Cowboy Troy in Seasons 4 and 5; and Creator/{{CMT}} personality Katie Cook in Season 6.

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The show's original host was Nancy O'Dell. From Season 3 onward, each season brought a new host: Music/LeAnnRimes, Music/WynonnaJudd, Music/{{Jewel}}, and finally Music/BillyRayCyrus. These seasons also had co-hosts: Music/CledusTJudd in Season 3; Cowboy Troy Music/CowboyTroy in Seasons 4 and 5; and Creator/{{CMT}} personality Katie Cook in Season 6.


** Season 5: Winner Angela Hacker got a contract with Warner Bros., but her only release for it was a CD full of demos she made while on the show. Fifth-place Whitney Duncan also got a contract with Warner, releasing a full album and two [=EPs=], also charting a couple minor singles; she had an EarlyBirdCameo on a Music/KennyRogers single back in 2004. Even ''seventh''-placer Music/KaceyMusgraves has done better, having recorded two {{hitless hit album}}s for Creator/MercuryRecords in TheNew10s before crossing over to a pop audience in 2019.

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** Season 5: Winner Angela Hacker got a contract with Warner Bros., but her only release for it was a CD full of demos she made while on the show. Fifth-place Whitney Duncan also got a contract with Warner, releasing a full album and two [=EPs=], also charting a couple minor singles; she had an EarlyBirdCameo on a Music/KennyRogers single back in 2004. Even ''seventh''-placer Music/KaceyMusgraves has done better, having recorded two {{hitless hit album}}s for Creator/MercuryRecords in TheNew10s TheNewTens before crossing over to a pop audience in 2019.


** Season 5: Winner Angela Hacker got a contract with Warner Bros., but her only release for it was a CD full of demos she made while on the show. Fifth-place Whitney Duncan also got a contract with Warner, releasing a full album and two [=EPs=], also charting a couple minor singles; she had an EarlyBirdCameo on a Music/KennyRogers single back in 2004. Even ''seventh''-placer Music/KaceyMusgraves has done better, having recorded two {{hitless hit album}}s for Creator/MercuryRecords in TheNewTens.

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** Season 5: Winner Angela Hacker got a contract with Warner Bros., but her only release for it was a CD full of demos she made while on the show. Fifth-place Whitney Duncan also got a contract with Warner, releasing a full album and two [=EPs=], also charting a couple minor singles; she had an EarlyBirdCameo on a Music/KennyRogers single back in 2004. Even ''seventh''-placer Music/KaceyMusgraves has done better, having recorded two {{hitless hit album}}s for Creator/MercuryRecords in TheNewTens.TheNew10s before crossing over to a pop audience in 2019.


The show's original host was Nancy O'Dell. From Season 3 onward, each season brought a new host: Music/LeAnnRimes, Music/WynonnaJudd, Music/{{Jewel}} and finally Billy Ray Cyrus. These seasons also had co-hosts: Music/CledusTJudd in Season 3; Cowboy Troy in Seasons 4 and 5; and Creator/{{CMT}} personality Katie Cook in Season 6.

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The show's original host was Nancy O'Dell. From Season 3 onward, each season brought a new host: Music/LeAnnRimes, Music/WynonnaJudd, Music/{{Jewel}} Music/{{Jewel}}, and finally Billy Ray Cyrus.Music/BillyRayCyrus. These seasons also had co-hosts: Music/CledusTJudd in Season 3; Cowboy Troy in Seasons 4 and 5; and Creator/{{CMT}} personality Katie Cook in Season 6.



* Season 4: Chris Young

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* Season 4: Chris YoungMusic/ChrisYoung



** Season 4: Averted, as Chris Young has had a fairly successful career despite a false start with his debut album the next two albums produced five straight #1 hits, with his second album going gold.

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** Season 4: Averted, as Chris Young Music/ChrisYoung has had a fairly successful career despite a false start with his debut album the next two albums produced five straight #1 hits, with his second album going gold.album.


The show's original host was Nancy O'Dell. From Season 3 onward, each season brought a new host: [=LeAnn=] Rimes, Wynonna Judd, Music/{{Jewel}} and finally Billy Ray Cyrus. These seasons also had co-hosts: Music/CledusTJudd in Season 3; Cowboy Troy in Seasons 4 and 5; and Creator/{{CMT}} personality Katie Cook in Season 6.

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The show's original host was Nancy O'Dell. From Season 3 onward, each season brought a new host: [=LeAnn=] Rimes, Wynonna Judd, Music/LeAnnRimes, Music/WynonnaJudd, Music/{{Jewel}} and finally Billy Ray Cyrus. These seasons also had co-hosts: Music/CledusTJudd in Season 3; Cowboy Troy in Seasons 4 and 5; and Creator/{{CMT}} personality Katie Cook in Season 6.


* GuestHost: During Season 3, Sara Evans filled in for [=LeAnn=] on two episodes.

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* GuestHost: During Season 3, Sara Evans Music/SaraEvans filled in for [=LeAnn=] on two episodes.


** Season 5: Winner Angela Hacker got a contract with Warner Bros., but her only release for it was a CD full of demos she made while on the show. Fifth-place Whitney Duncan also got a contract with Warner, releasing a full album and two [=EPs=], also charting a couple minor singles; she had an EarlyBirdCameo on a Music/KennyRogers single back in 2004. Even ''seventh''-placer Music/KaceyMusgraves has done better, having recorded two {{hitless hit album}}s for Mercury Records in TheNewTens.
** Season 6: Winner Melissa Lawson signed with Warner Bros. and fell just short of Top 40 with her single "What If It All Goes Right" before exiting the label. Fourth-place Coffey Anderson has had minor success as an indie Christian artist, and Justin Gaston got a few TV gigs.

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** Season 5: Winner Angela Hacker got a contract with Warner Bros., but her only release for it was a CD full of demos she made while on the show. Fifth-place Whitney Duncan also got a contract with Warner, releasing a full album and two [=EPs=], also charting a couple minor singles; she had an EarlyBirdCameo on a Music/KennyRogers single back in 2004. Even ''seventh''-placer Music/KaceyMusgraves has done better, having recorded two {{hitless hit album}}s for Mercury Records Creator/MercuryRecords in TheNewTens.
** Season 6: Winner Melissa Lawson signed with Warner Bros. Creator/WarnerBrosRecords and fell just short of Top 40 with her single "What If It All Goes Right" before exiting the label. Fourth-place Coffey Anderson has had minor success as an indie Christian artist, and Justin Gaston got a few TV gigs.


A singing competition specializing in CountryMusic, aired from 2003 to 2008. It ran on USANetwork for five seasons, before hopping to Creator/{{NBC}} for its sixth and final season.

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A singing competition specializing in CountryMusic, aired from 2003 to 2008. It ran on USANetwork Creator/USANetwork for five seasons, before hopping to Creator/{{NBC}} for its sixth and final season.


** Season 5: Winner Angela Hacker got a contract with Warner Bros., but her only release for it was a CD full of demos she made while on the show. Fifth-place Whitney Duncan also got a contract with Warner, releasing a full album and two [=EPs=], also charting a couple minor singles; she had previously gotten a guest vocal on a KennyRogers single back in 2004. Even ''seventh''-placer Music/KaceyMusgraves did better, as she had a successful album for Mercury Records in 2013.

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** Season 5: Winner Angela Hacker got a contract with Warner Bros., but her only release for it was a CD full of demos she made while on the show. Fifth-place Whitney Duncan also got a contract with Warner, releasing a full album and two [=EPs=], also charting a couple minor singles; she had previously gotten a guest vocal an EarlyBirdCameo on a KennyRogers Music/KennyRogers single back in 2004. Even ''seventh''-placer Music/KaceyMusgraves did has done better, as she had a successful album having recorded two {{hitless hit album}}s for Mercury Records in 2013.TheNewTens.


The show's original host was Nancy O'Dell. From Season 3 onward, each season brought a new host: [=LeAnn=] Rimes, Wynonna Judd, Music/{{Jewel}} and finally Billy Ray Cyrus. These seasons also had co-hosts: Music/CledusTJudd in Season 3; Cowboy Troy in Seasons 4 and 5; and {{CMT}} personality Katie Cook in Season 6.

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The show's original host was Nancy O'Dell. From Season 3 onward, each season brought a new host: [=LeAnn=] Rimes, Wynonna Judd, Music/{{Jewel}} and finally Billy Ray Cyrus. These seasons also had co-hosts: Music/CledusTJudd in Season 3; Cowboy Troy in Seasons 4 and 5; and {{CMT}} Creator/{{CMT}} personality Katie Cook in Season 6.


The show's original host was Nancy O'Dell. From Season 3 onward, each season brought a new host: [=LeAnn=] Rimes, Wynonna Judd, Music/{{Jewel}} and finally Billy Ray Cyrus. These seasons also had co-hosts: Cledus T. Judd in Season 3; Cowboy Troy in Seasons 4 and 5; and {{CMT}} personality Katie Cook in Season 6.

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The show's original host was Nancy O'Dell. From Season 3 onward, each season brought a new host: [=LeAnn=] Rimes, Wynonna Judd, Music/{{Jewel}} and finally Billy Ray Cyrus. These seasons also had co-hosts: Cledus T. Judd Music/CledusTJudd in Season 3; Cowboy Troy in Seasons 4 and 5; and {{CMT}} personality Katie Cook in Season 6.


** Season 5: Winner Angela Hacker got a contract with Warner Bros., but her only release for it was a CD full of demos she made while on the show. Fifth-place Whitney Duncan also got a contract with Warner, releasing a full album and two [=EPs=], also charting a couple minor singles; she had previously gotten a guest vocal on a KennyRogers single back in 2004. Even ''seventh''-placer Kacey Musgraves did better, as she had a successful album for Mercury Records in 2013.

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** Season 5: Winner Angela Hacker got a contract with Warner Bros., but her only release for it was a CD full of demos she made while on the show. Fifth-place Whitney Duncan also got a contract with Warner, releasing a full album and two [=EPs=], also charting a couple minor singles; she had previously gotten a guest vocal on a KennyRogers single back in 2004. Even ''seventh''-placer Kacey Musgraves Music/KaceyMusgraves did better, as she had a successful album for Mercury Records in 2013.


** Season 5: Winner Angela Hacker got a contract with Warner Bros., but her only release for it was a CD full of demos she made while on the show. Fifth-place Whitney Duncan also got a contract with Warner, releasing a full album and two [=EPs=], also charting a couple minor singles; she had previously gotten a guest vocal on a KennyRogers single back in 2004. Even ''seventh''-placer Kacey Musgraves did better, writing a song for the aforementioned Lambert and charting a Top 10 hit of her own in 2013.

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** Season 5: Winner Angela Hacker got a contract with Warner Bros., but her only release for it was a CD full of demos she made while on the show. Fifth-place Whitney Duncan also got a contract with Warner, releasing a full album and two [=EPs=], also charting a couple minor singles; she had previously gotten a guest vocal on a KennyRogers single back in 2004. Even ''seventh''-placer Kacey Musgraves did better, writing as she had a song successful album for the aforementioned Lambert and charting a Top 10 hit of her own Mercury Records in 2013.


Basically the CountryMusic version of ''AmericanIdol''.

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Basically the CountryMusic version of ''AmericanIdol''.
''Series/AmericanIdol''.


** Season 5: Winner Angela Hacker got a contract with Warner Bros., but her only release for it was a CD full of demos she made while on the show. Fifth-place Whitney Duncan also got a contract with Warner, releasing a full album and two [=EPs=], also charting a couple minor singles; she had previously gotten a guest vocal on a KennyRogers single back in 2004. Even ''seventh''-placer Kacey Musgraves did somewhat better, as she hit Top 40 in 2012.

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** Season 5: Winner Angela Hacker got a contract with Warner Bros., but her only release for it was a CD full of demos she made while on the show. Fifth-place Whitney Duncan also got a contract with Warner, releasing a full album and two [=EPs=], also charting a couple minor singles; she had previously gotten a guest vocal on a KennyRogers single back in 2004. Even ''seventh''-placer Kacey Musgraves did somewhat better, as she writing a song for the aforementioned Lambert and charting a Top 10 hit Top 40 of her own in 2012.2013.

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