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Tran was later dropped by Sony BMG due to the low success of the album. The third season of Idols started on 4 January Ellen Jokikunnas returned to host the show but Heikki Paasonen did not and was replaced by Jani Toivola.

Neither Jarkko Valtee nor Kim Kuusi returned as a judge but were replaced by only one judge: Asko Kallonen, who had previously appeared as a judge in the show's first season in During the finals, singer-songwriter Tarja Turunen also joined the panel as a special guest judge.

However, his debut album, Fuel for the Fire , released in May was entirely composed of heavy metal material, Koivunen's signature style.

The album was a huge success, debuting at number 1 and remaining there for a huge twelve consecutive weeks.

Fuel for the Fire sold over 71, copies and received a double platinum certification. Koivunen's second album Becoming came in June and it too entered the chart at number 1; however it held the spot for only a single week and its success did not come near that of its predecessor, selling 17, units.

Later in it was announced that Koivunen had become the new lead singer of Finnish heavy metal group Amoral. His first album with them, Show Your Colors , was released in May and peaked at number 19, selling 2, copies to date.

Anna Abreu , her self-titled debut album, was released to massive success in August After peaking in its first week at number 1, the album spent 37 weeks on the chart and is certified double platinum with sales of over 86, copies - the highest for any album by an Idols alumni.

Abreu's second album Now was released in October and it too was met with similar success to is predecessor. Its lead single "Vinegar" became one of the year's highest selling singles and spent three weeks at number 1, while the album itself sold 50, copies and was certified platinum, becoming the highest selling album of Abreu's third studio album Just a Pretty Face?

It was certified gold in its first day of release after selling a massive 23, copies on that day alone, giving the album one of the highest first-day sales in Finnish music history.

Abreu's fourth studio album, Rush was released on 30 March and debuted at number 1, becoming Abreu's third chart-topping album.

The lead single 'Hysteria' was released digitally on 10 January and peaked at number 6. Third-place finisher Kristiina Brask was signed to the Helsinki Music Company label and her debut album Silmät sydämeeni was released in November It peaked at number 9, has sold over 18, copies and received a gold certification.

Records for her second album. Titled Kuivilla susta , Brask's second studio album was released on 9 September and debuted at number It debuted at number 2, a position it held for its first eight weeks on the chart, never quite managing to rise up to the top spot.

The album sold over 26, copies and as a result was awarded gold status. Meurman's second studio album Läpi yön emerged almost exactly one year later, reached number 3 and sold almost 12, copies.

His third studio album Galaksi was released in June but failed to chart and sold only copies. Fifth-place finisher Panu Larnos released his debut album Million Miles in early , and although initially billed to be a success, the album failed to chart at all and has sold less than 7, copies to date.

The fourth season of Idols started in the autumn of , with the cities of Rovaniemi and Kuopio added as the fifth and sixth audition venues.

Ellen Jokikunnas and Jani Toivola both returned to present the show once again, but were also joined by a third host in the form of Heikki Paasonen, who had previously left the show after season 2.

Judge Asko Kallonen left the show once again and was replaced by record producer Patric Sarin. The finals started on 9 November and contestant Pete Parkkonen was considered favourite to win.

However, he was unexpectedly eliminated in third place. The grand finale was held on 14 December and Koop Arponen was declared the fourth Finnish Idol with Winner Koop Arponen signed a recording contract with Sony BMG and his coronation single "Insomnia" debuted at number 1 on the Finnish singles chart, a position it held for two weeks.

His debut album New Town peaked at number 1 in its first week, knocking third-place contestant Pete Parkonen's album off the top spot.

The album remained active on the chart for sixteen weeks and has sold almost 21, copies, certifying it gold. Arponen's sophomore effort, Bright Lights was released on 24 March and debuted at number 8.

Her first single "C'est la vie" reached number 1 in its ninth week on the chart and her debut album Anna Puu went straight in at number 1 a week after its release on 29 April It held the top spot for a total of twelve weeks and received huge critical acclaim from the Finnish music industry.

It has spent an Idols alumni record of 21 weeks in the top three and 45 weeks in total on the albums chart. It has sold over 70, copies to be accredited double platinum and is ranked as the twelfth best-performing album in Finnish music history.

Puu's highly anticipated second album Sahara was released on 26 May and debuted at the top spot, becoming her second consecutive number one album.

It held this position for a total of eight weeks. Third place finisher Pete Parkkonen received a recording contract from Sony BMG and was the first season 4 contestant to release an album.

Appropriately titled First Album , Parkkonen's post-Idols debut reached number 1 in its first week.

The album went on to sell just over 24, copies and was accredited a gold award. Parkkonen's second studio album, I'm An Accident was released on 18 February It failed to gain the same success as his debut, peaking at number 21 and dropping out of the albums chart after only one week.

Fourth place finisher Kalle Löfström signed a deal with Edel Records and released his debut album Born in 84 on 10 June The album failed to attract any success however and did not chart, selling less than 1, copies to date.

On 17 May , it was announced that Idols would return for a fifth season, following a two-year hiatus. The Finale was aired in May For the first time in the show's history, guest judges appeared during the regional audition, including Katri Helena and season 1 Idols alumni Antti Tuisku.

Instead, Niina Backman was brought in as the show's new hostess. Idols Extra , a show that featured extra scenes behind the scenes and discussion about the show with varying guest, was replaced by a similar new show, Idols Studio.

This season also saw the first ever Idols charity show, in which contestants, previous Idols alumni and a variety of national and international stars performed and the Finnish public donated money in aid of FinnChurchAid.

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Meurman's second studio album Läpi yön emerged almost exactly one year later, reached number 3 and sold almost 12, copies.

His third studio album Galaksi was released in June but failed to chart and sold only copies. Fifth-place finisher Panu Larnos released his debut album Million Miles in early , and although initially billed to be a success, the album failed to chart at all and has sold less than 7, copies to date.

The fourth season of Idols started in the autumn of , with the cities of Rovaniemi and Kuopio added as the fifth and sixth audition venues.

Ellen Jokikunnas and Jani Toivola both returned to present the show once again, but were also joined by a third host in the form of Heikki Paasonen, who had previously left the show after season 2.

Judge Asko Kallonen left the show once again and was replaced by record producer Patric Sarin. The finals started on 9 November and contestant Pete Parkkonen was considered favourite to win.

However, he was unexpectedly eliminated in third place. The grand finale was held on 14 December and Koop Arponen was declared the fourth Finnish Idol with Winner Koop Arponen signed a recording contract with Sony BMG and his coronation single "Insomnia" debuted at number 1 on the Finnish singles chart, a position it held for two weeks.

His debut album New Town peaked at number 1 in its first week, knocking third-place contestant Pete Parkonen's album off the top spot.

The album remained active on the chart for sixteen weeks and has sold almost 21, copies, certifying it gold. Arponen's sophomore effort, Bright Lights was released on 24 March and debuted at number 8.

Her first single "C'est la vie" reached number 1 in its ninth week on the chart and her debut album Anna Puu went straight in at number 1 a week after its release on 29 April It held the top spot for a total of twelve weeks and received huge critical acclaim from the Finnish music industry.

It has spent an Idols alumni record of 21 weeks in the top three and 45 weeks in total on the albums chart. It has sold over 70, copies to be accredited double platinum and is ranked as the twelfth best-performing album in Finnish music history.

Puu's highly anticipated second album Sahara was released on 26 May and debuted at the top spot, becoming her second consecutive number one album.

It held this position for a total of eight weeks. Third place finisher Pete Parkkonen received a recording contract from Sony BMG and was the first season 4 contestant to release an album.

Appropriately titled First Album , Parkkonen's post-Idols debut reached number 1 in its first week. The album went on to sell just over 24, copies and was accredited a gold award.

Parkkonen's second studio album, I'm An Accident was released on 18 February It failed to gain the same success as his debut, peaking at number 21 and dropping out of the albums chart after only one week.

Fourth place finisher Kalle Löfström signed a deal with Edel Records and released his debut album Born in 84 on 10 June The album failed to attract any success however and did not chart, selling less than 1, copies to date.

On 17 May , it was announced that Idols would return for a fifth season, following a two-year hiatus. The Finale was aired in May For the first time in the show's history, guest judges appeared during the regional audition, including Katri Helena and season 1 Idols alumni Antti Tuisku.

Instead, Niina Backman was brought in as the show's new hostess. Idols Extra , a show that featured extra scenes behind the scenes and discussion about the show with varying guest, was replaced by a similar new show, Idols Studio.

This season also saw the first ever Idols charity show, in which contestants, previous Idols alumni and a variety of national and international stars performed and the Finnish public donated money in aid of FinnChurchAid.

The show was broadcast on 24 April , and was inspired by Idol Gives Back , which has been broadcast three times as part of American Idol.

This was the first season that did not include separate elimination shows, and the voting results were announced either at the end of the performance show or alternatively at the beginning of the following live performance.

On 8 May , it was announced that Idols will return for a sixth season. The show underwent a number of changes from season five , including two new judges and the removal of semifinals.

Heikki Paasonen and Niina Backman both returned to host the show, but former judges Nina Tapio and Sami Pitkämö were replaced by singer Laura Voutilainen and music manager Tommi Liimatainen, making Jone Nikula the only existing judge from the previous season.

Voutilainen appeared in the previous season as a guest judge. This was the first, and so far only, season that did not include semifinals.

Instead, two TOP15 live shows were aired, and the ten finalists were to be decided by judges and public's votes. Diandra Flores won the season at the age of 17, on 6 May In late , MTV3 announced that it was unclear whether Idols would return for another season.

However, on 26 February , it was announced that Idols would return in to celebrate the series' tenth anniversary.

The show once again saw multiple changes from the previous season. Heikki Paasonen will return to host the show, but Niina Backman will not, making this the first season to have only one host.

Laura Voutilainen and Tommi Liimatainen both left the series after only one season and will be replaced by singer Lauri Ylönen , rapper Sini Sabotage and drummer Jussi This is the first season since the second season to have four regular judges.

Mitra Kaislaranta and Joseph Miettinen are the final two of this season's Idols. At the end, Mitra won the show with her winning song: In , the IFPI changed the sales thresh-holds for Finnish gold and platinum certification from 15, and 30, to 10, and 20,, respectively.

The following is a comprehensive list of other Idols alumni album sales and reflects that commercial success can be achieved through association with Idols and with post- Idols promotion, although the degree of success varies considerably this list only includes contestants who have numbers available, and again does not include EPs, digital-only albums, holiday albums or pre- Idols recordings:.

Singles are only included where sales figures are available. The table is ranked in term of sales, but can be sorted other ways by clicking on the icon.

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