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Fans of the show adore each winner from their respective seasons, but it's also easy to get attached to some of the contestants who didn't quite make the cut. Perhaps they didn't wow the judges with their talents, but they're still beloved, either for their powerhouse vocals, or for their over-the-top personalities. This is why the celebrity world takes a major hit when reality show contestants pass away way too soon. Regardless of the manner in which these reality stars left us so soon, we'll cherish their memories as we look back at their time on the show with great fondness. You're like a white soul singer.
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The seventh season of American Idol , the annual reality show and singing competition, began on January 15, , and concluded on May 21, David Cook was announced the winner of the competition on May 21, , defeating runner-up David Archuleta by a margin of roughly 12 million votes out of over 97 million, which was at that time the highest recorded vote total in the show's history. The seventh season was the first season during which neither the winner nor the runner-up was ever in the bottom group during any week before the finale on May 21,
Randy Jackson stepped down as mentor, being replaced by Scott Borchetta. Long-time sponsor Coca-Cola ended its relationship with the show. This was the fourth season to have an all-male finale and the third season where the final two contestants had never been in the bottom group prior to the finale.