GENE SIMMONS To Guest On Next Week's 'American Idol'

January 21, 2005

KISS bassist/vocalist Gene Simmons will be a guest celebrity judge on next Tuesday's (Jan. 25) edition of "American Idol". The show is expected to feature plenty of high- and lowlights from auditions in New Orleans, Louisiana last September. Simmons joined judges Simon Cowell, Paula Abdul and Randy Jackson in evaluating prospective contestants, providing plenty of laughs along the way.

According to, this week's premiere of the fourth season of "American Idol" on Fox garnered a whopping 33 million U.S. viewers, according to preliminary figures from Nielsen Media Research. That total is an increase of about 14% from last year's season premiere, which drew 29 million U.S. viewers.

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