American Idol is about to complete one of the most successful runs any series has ever had in TV history.
It produced record ratings for a couple of years, while also churning out memorable judges, incredible performances and, of course, a handful of talented singers.
Not every one of the contestants chosen below won their respective seasons.
But each won our heart for a variety of reasons, from their voices to their looks to their personality. Who is your all-time favorite American Idol finalist?
All hail queen Kelly! The original American Idol winner has a powerhouse voice and hits galore. And her daughter is SO cute!
Bona fide country star Carrie Underwood remains one of Idol's most popular and successful products. She's won multiple Grammys and she's gorgeous.
Season 11's victor Phillip Phillips not only has the same first and last name, his song home is the best-selling American Idol single!
Fantasia has starred on Broadway numerous times and can call herself a Grammy winner.
Season 11's folk-rock crooner Paul is a mega-talent. Plus, he was once to married Twilight star Nicki Reed. They got divorced, but nice catch!
Country cutie Kellie Pickler giggled her way into America's hearts on season 5. She is also a Dancing With The Stars winner!
Season 7's David Cook was a fan favorite and the ultimate winner, besting David Archuleta.
Adam Lambert was the runner-up to Kris Allen, but earned a legion of fans he has kept with him to this day.
Hi, Jordin Sparks! The former American Idol champion arrives here at the 2013 American Music Awards.
Who doesn't adore David Archuleta? The former runner-up attended the season 10 finale of American Idol.
Chris Daughtry is one of the best-selling Idol artists in history. He also looks great shirtless.
Amazingly, neither the smoldering Katharine McPhee or Chris Daughtry won their season. Taylor Hicks outlasted them both.
Clay Aiken is the only American Idol contestant to ever run for Congress. He lost. But still. Good effort!
Jennifer Hudson is the only American Idol alum to claim this title: Oscar winner.