Randy Jackson parted ways with "American Idol," as a judge, because he felt like it was time for a change. In extended footage from his recent "Oprah: Where Are They Now?" interview, Jackson cites working with stars like Jennifer Hudson, Carrie Underwood and Ruben Studdard stating he had "done it with the best of them."
Randy Jackson addresses Nicki Minaj, Mariah Carey, "American Idol" and more on a soon to air episode of Oprah: Where Are They Now?
The final three have been chosen on "American Idol" and Randy Jackson is happy with the result of America's vote. I've worked with them three or four days a week on songs and arrangements. I must say that I'm impressed that it came down to these three. And I've been saying for weeks, to all of them, it comes down to great performances every time. said Jackson.
Randy Jackson is proud of "American Idol" and the current line up of judges. Appearing on "Ellen" Wednesday, the former judge discussed his new role as a mentor of sorts to contestants and the chemistry of the judging panel.
Randy Jackson is returning to "American Idol" in a his new role as an in-house mentor next week. Slated to make his first appearance Tuesday, Feb. 18, Jackson will be helping the Top 15 girls prepare for performances and the season's first results show.
Randy Jackson may be out as a judge, but he will be part of the new season of "American Idol" (FOX). According to FOX, Jackson has stepped into a new role where he will mentor contestants.
Former "American Idol" judge Randy Jackson and award-winning icon Smokey Robinson have teamed up to produce and record a major duets album.
Next season of American Idol will more than likely have four new judges. Veteran Randy Jackson revealed recently that he will not return to season 13 of the FOX hit reality show.
In case you forgot about "American Idol" and the amount of stars the show has produced, hit making producer and judge Randy Jackson has pulled out his receipts (dating back to the first season, at that).
Randy Jackson is officially moving to the side and giving up his seat on the "American Idol" judging panel.