Winners of the singing competition from all over the world compete for the ultimate title of World Idol.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Kurt Nilsen ...
Himself - Winner: Norway
Herself - USA
Peter Evrard ...
Himself - Belgium
Himself - South Africa
Himself - UK
Ryan Malcolm ...
Himself - Canada
Himself - Australia
Herself - Poland (as Alex)
Alexander Klaws ...
Himself - Germany
Diana Karazon ...
Herself - Pan-Arabic Region
Jamai Loman ...
Himself - Netherlands (as Jamai)
Randall Abrahams ...
Himself - Judge: South Africa
Himself - Judge: USA
Nina De Man ...
Herself - Judge: Belgium
Ian Dickson ...
Himself - Judge: Australia


Winners of the singing competition from all over the world compete for the ultimate title of World Idol.

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Pete Waterman (UK Judge): [after Alicja Janosz performance] you're completely barmy, you're completely barmy.
Alicja Janosz: No I'm not.
Pete Waterman (UK Judge): You are if you would just calm down for a few minutes, we could hear how good you are, you're as bad as 'im
[referring to Polish Judge Kuba Wojewodzki]
Alicja Janosz: No please no, not like him!
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Spun-off from American Idol (2002) See more »

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29 December 2003 | by (Ontario, Canada) – See all my reviews

That's how I can sum it all up. Now I am a huge fan of the American and Canadian Idol shows, you could even say I'm obsessed. (I have never missed an American episode and am even listening to Kelly Clarkson as we speak) but the internatinal version, World Idol was strangly more pathetic. Anyone can tell you that a person will root for a person from their state/provice but their own country? Bias-City! (Despite this fact, you cannot vote for your own idol) It's almost like moving backwards in a dememted sort of way (11 countries battling each other?) With a Judge for each contestant who unsurprisingly favors there own contedor and annoying bad cutting in the Canadian version, World idol was just mean and well, annoying!

(sorry for spelling/grammer mistakes)

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