See where your favorites are now from the beginning of American Idol to the end.
We have chronologically added every winner and runner up, as well as notated a "*" in front of a name when it was a notable non-top two artist.
I mean, we know what Kelly Clarkson is up to. Still making awesome records, raising a family, being her awesome Kelly self.
Well... This is what Justin Guarini is up to lately.
— Ruben Studdard (@RubenStuddard) April 5, 2016
Reuben just released a new song this week!
— Clay Aiken (@clayaiken) April 7, 2016
The last we heard from Clay before the Idol reunions, he went on a twitter rant while watching Idol, tearing down the judges, even going as far as to say "I've watched root canals more entertaining than these judges," according to TMZ back in January. I wonder if the judges have addressed this with him yet.
Fantasian just put out a new song called "Ugly" this week, and is set to perform tonight.
Living life for Diana.
JHUD got the worst backlash from Simon Cowell on her season, and then he had to eat his words later on. Yes, she's still thriving, but there's nothing better to say after sharing that.
Slaying the country music field as one of the biggest female artists out there, along with her workout/fashion line.
He doesn't have his long hair anymore so we really don'tk now what to think. Oh, he joined a band called Blood, Sweat & Tears.
Taylor Hicks is coming back into the spotlight, but now is going to host a new food and travel show called State Plate. Learn more on Billboard.
Kat is still making music, and just released an album recently called Hysteria. Also, her episode of Lip Sync Battle against Jason Derulo is on tonight...
Chris Daughtry went on farther than Idol by forming his own band Daughtry, and also singing for the TV adaption of the religious special The Passion as Judas.
Still making music, still killing it. Go girl.
2014, Blake put out an album. See one of his music videos above.
David put out an album called Digital Vein about 6 months ago.
The younger David is still out there singing. According to his website he's got some dates listed in the U.S. and has leaned toward a Christian variety of music.
— Jason Castro (@jasoncastro) April 3, 2016
Though not one of the season's winners, Jason Castro made such waves that we still remember his name! He is still performing, now with "Castro The Band."
— Kris Allen (@KrisAllen) March 18, 2016
Chris just put out a new album mid March! Hmm... Starting to notice a pattern that some of these former Idol's are putting out music around the same time as this special...
— ADAM LAMBERT (@adamlambert) March 17, 2016
On top of his own music, Adam Lambert is still thriving by running with Queen, holding a place where Freddie Mercury would be proud.
Lee just dropped his music video for this song, but not on YouTube just yet. Head over to E! for the video.
Crystal is under the weather. Tonight's show at @HigherGround in Burlington VT has been rescheduled to October 18.
— Crystal Bowersox (@crystalbowersox) April 7, 2016
Crystal is still performing, but oddly enough, she is not a part of the reunion tonight.
— Scotty McCreery (@ScottyMcCreery) April 6, 2016
On top of his name still up there, Scotty has co-wrote a book about his journey toward the dream.
She was rocking a great look at the ACMA awards, but hasn't dropped anything since this audio from 2015.
— The Fabulous Fox (@FoxTheatreSTL) April 1, 2016
Phillip Phillips is currently on tour with Matt Nathanson. Woo! That's a great lineup!
Jessica's last official vid was from a year ago, with some cover songs on from about 8 months ago.
— Elliott Yamin (@elliottyamin) April 6, 2016
She put out music back in 2014, but not much has happened since.
— Kree Harrison (@kreeharrison) April 5, 2016
Just released "This Old Thing" on iTunes!
— Caleb Perry Johnson (@CalebJohnson) February 9, 2016
Caleb also released a single back in February.
Rocking some Detroit residency shows and still making music.
— Nick Fradiani (@nickfradiani) March 10, 2016
A new single from Nick released on March 9!
His most recent nod came from a song featuring Madison Ryann called "Tennessee Whiskey."
Tonight, Trent Harmon and La'Porsha Renae face off - but either way, Mississippi wins.
Still, nothing will top Kelly Clarkson's winning moment from the first season:
Amy Cooper is a writer and pop culture fact nerd, and on multiple occasions has been referred to as a “Walking iPod.”