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The creator of "American Idol" sued the show's broadcaster and producer claiming they have reneged on a deal to give him a stake in a rival competition show that is about to premiere in the United States.
In the U.S. television battle of the British pop stars, Cheryl Cole is out of Fox's "The X Factor" and Nicole Scherzinger will replace her as judge on the Fox singing contest.
A 19-year-old "American Idol" studio audience member claims that she was barred from a front-row seat and told it was because of her weight, an allegation denied by the show's production company.