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‘american Idol’ Officially Taps Jennifer Lopez, Harry Connick Jr. As Judges To Join Keith Urban

September 4, 2013

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. REUTERS Comment Getty Images Its official! Harry Connick Jr. and Jennifer Lopez are the new judges on American Idol, which began filming its 13th season on Tuesday. Related Stories American Idol ratings slip: FOX cash cow hits all-time low for Wednesday viewership Pop singer Jennifer Lopez will be returning to “American Idol,” joining new judge Grammy- and Emmy-award-winning singer Harry Connick Jr. and veteran Keith Urban on the popular TV singing competition, Fox Broadcasting said on Tuesday. Randy Jackson, who has been on the judging panel since the show started in 2002 and announced he would be leaving earlier this year, will return as an in-house mentor for the show’s 13th season in January.

Jackson replaces Jimmy Iovine (l.), who served for three seasons on the show, and is reunited with Lopez (2nd from r.) who he had previously worked with on the judges panel for two seasons.

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