Americal Idol judges revealed at last

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Americal Idol judges have finally been revealed, American Idol with Fox has been keeping this secret for some time finally revealed the judges. Speculations were rife over who would chair the judge’s panel in the season of American Idol 2010, with most conjecturing that pop diva Jennifer ‘JLo’ Lopez will take on one of the seats and Aerosmith lead man Steven Tyler will make up the third member. Turns out they were correct after all, with the American Idol 2010 jury line-up officially revealed on Wednesday. In a grand press conference at The Forum in Inglewood, host Ryan Seacrest revealed the names.

Steven Tyler who is one the judges for the show, said that he had agreed to be a judge on American Idol since he wanted to be a “part of something bigger” than himself. “I wanna bring some rock to this roller coaster,” claimed Tyler. The other new American Idol judge Jennifer Lopez said she was very excited “to work with you and watch you grow.”

American Idol has been in a soup since Paula Abdul quit the show last year, with TRPs going down consistently. This year saw Simon Cowell quit Idol in May in favor of the US version of UK show The X Factor. Comedienne Ellen DeGeneres also called it quits with American Idol in July. The latest judge to leave the panel of American Idol was the charming Kara DioGuardi, forcing FOX to rethink its line-up and return to the original three-member jury format.

American Idol 2009 season was quite likeable, thanks to Kara DioGuardi, the fourth judge on American Idol, whom the audiences seemed to love. American Idol fans are wondering how well JLo, with her diva like demands and her princess-like airs will be able to replace the friendly and charming Kara DioGuardi. It also remains to be seen how well Steven Tyler will be able to take the place of Simon Cowell, whose cutting comments were what most audiences enjoyed. The only member of the American Idol jury who remains on board is music producer Randy Jackson.