Hollywood Idol Official Website

Official Logo used from 2002–2008, 2012–19

Judges:   Presenters   Channel   Original Run

kent Brockman

Sara Sloane

Tabitha 

Simon

 

 Lurleen Lumpkin

(2008–2018)

James Wood 

(2008–12, 2014–17)

Bart & Lisa (2020–)

 

Channel 6

(2002–19)

Channel 24

(2019–)

 

Original Series:

Feb 2, 2002 – April 4, 2008

Revived Series:

April 10, 2012 – 

 

Hollywood Idol is American Talent Contest shown on Channel 24 & Channel 6 it was created by Channel 6 Media (now B&L Entertainment Group) with Judges: Ned Flanders, Simon, Alec Baldwin and Sara Sloane. that was aired from 2nd May 2002 to 4th April 2010, then it return on 10th April 2009 to Present Day. the show is on hiatus: 2017–2018. It was announced that Channel 6 will drop the show. Tabitha announced she will be leaving the show. The Show is now on Channel 24. As of April 2020 the show will be put on a temporary hiatus.

 

 

Network:

  • Channel 6 (2002–19)
  • Channel 24 (2019–Present)
  • KBBL (TBA)

 

 

The Judges:

  • Sara Sloane (2002–P) (Second Head Judge) (Sara announced her hiatus for 2 years max)
  • Tabitha Vixx (2006–Present) (Head Judge)
  • Simon Woosterfield (2019–Present) (Third Head Judge)
  • Kent Brockman (2018, 2020–Present: Replacement for Ned Flanders)

 

Former Judges:

  • Ned Flanders (2002–04, 2017–2019) (once replaced by Troy McClure & Former Head Judge)
  • Troy McClure (2005–08) (Former Judge)
  • Jay Sherman (2002–05) (was replaced by Current Judge Tabitha Vixx)
  • Alec Baldwin (2008–15) (Leaves after 8 years as Judge)
  • Buck Mitchell (2015) (Replaced by former presenter James Wood)
  • Rainier Wolfcastle (2002–16) (Former Head Judge) (Sacked)
  • James Woods (2016–17) (Quit in 2017) (replaced by Kent Brockman)
  • Lurleen Lumpkin (2019) (temp)

Presenter:

  • Krusty the Clown (2020–Present)
  • Herb Powell (2019–Present)
  • Bart & Lisa Simpson (2020–Present: Hollywood Idol Extra only)
  • Ned Flanders (2020–Present)

Former Presenters:

  • Krusty the Clown (2002–04) (was replaced by Kent Brockman)
  • Kent Brockman (2004–06) (Former Judge)
  • Buck Mitchell (2006–07) (was replaced by James Wood) (Former Judge 2016–17)
  • James Woods (2008–12, 2014–15, 2018) (Stand-In Presenter and Former Judge) (will not return)
  • Lurleen Lumpkin (2008–18) 
  • Marge Simpson (2019)
  • Tabitha Vixx (2004–06, 2020)

 

Sponsorship deal with:

  • Dope Entertainment (2017–19) (Ended)
  • Mapple, Corporation (2014–15) (Ended)
  • Mapple, Inc. (2012–2020) (Ended)
  • B&L Entertainment Group (2008–15, 2017) (Ended)
  • FOX (2004–08) (Ended)
  • Krustyul Studios (2002–04, 2020–Present) (Replacing Mapple Inc)
Sponsorship 2012–2020
Sponsorship 2012–2020

Judges:

Kent Brockman

Kent Brockman is returning to the show as Ned Flanders replacement from 2020

2018, 2020–Present

Tabitha Vixx

Tabitha 2006–Present
Tabitha 2006–Present

Sara Sloane

Judge 2002–Present

Simon W

Judge 2020–Present)


Hollywood Idol: Extra

Hollywood Idol Extra is a spin-off from the original series of Hollywood Idol all the backstage will be now shown on Hollywood Idol Extra presenter by Bart and Lisa Simpson

Presenters:   Channel:   Original Run:

Bart & Lisa Simpson

Ned Flanders

   Channel 24   April 2020 – Present

Party Posse's Twitter:

http://twitter.com/party_posse

 

Bart & Lisa Twitter

http://twitter.com/realbartandlisa

 

Bart's Twitter:

http://twitter.com/theofficialbart

 

Lisa's Twitter:

http://twitter.com/lis_simpson

 

Alvin's Twitter

http://twitter.com/alvin_sofficial

 

Brittany's Twitter

https://twitter.com/Brittchipettes

Former Official Partner 2009–2015
Former Official Partner 2009–2015
Official Partner  2010–2016
Official Partner 2010–2016
Former Partner (2008–2010)
Former Partner (2008–2010)
Official Partner 2012–19
Official Partner 2012–19
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