It seemed like it would be the end of an era for American Idol with the last original judge, Randy Jackson, leaving the show. Fox was in negotiations with Enrique Iglesias to replace him, but over the course of the last few days, things have been rapidly shifting.
In short, Jackson is back in while Iglesias is out. I'm not sure if things went well with Jackson, or things went south with Iglesias, but in the end I think it's good that one of the original judges is still sticking around. Yes, Ryan Seacrest and Ep Nigel Lythgoe are still around present and accounted for, but it's the judging table most people tune in to see outside of the singing itself.
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