Former contestant Kimberley Locke arrives at the "American Idol" finale in Los Angeles, May 16, 2013.
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"American Idol," the TV show that searched for a pop star and itself became the biggest force in U.S. television, took a trip down memory lane Tuesday as it prepares to bring down the curtain after 14 years on the air.Between 2005 and 2007, "American Idol" was watched by some 30 million Americans, crushing shows on rival networks.Over the years, the "Idol" judges hugged (Abdul), fought (Nicki Minaj and Mariah Carey), cursed (Steven Tyler) and wept (Jennifer Lopez), and, after the departure of Cowell in 2010, became kinder.Although "American Idol" comes to an end this week, Fuller held out the hope that it may return one day.
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