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Host
Brian McFayden
Judges
Christopher Briggs
Vitamin C
Tone Loc
Broadcast
The WB's Superstar USA.png
The WB: 5/17/2004 – 6/14/2004
Packagers
Next Entertainment
Telepictures Productions

The WB’s Superstar USA was a short-lived prime-time variety series that aired in 2004. It was a rip-off from American Idol. Jamie Foss was the winner, earning $50,000 in cash and a $50,000 budget to produce a record.

Premise[]

Where shows go out of their way to find the next truly talented singer in America, this series acted as a send-up of the genre where hopefuls had all the determination and drive to make it as a dinging sensation, even if the lacked the voice. All the unsuspecting participants had a show of fame and fortune, but not for the reasons they initially thought. In the end, through a progressively funnier take on the genre, the series would have his or her dream come true by receiving a talent and recording deal worth $100,000 along with the immense fame and potential earning power derived from starring in a network television series.

Contestants[]

Winner[]

Jamie Foss

Runner-Up[]

Mario Rodgers

Third Place[]

Rosa McIntyre

Fourth Place[]

Joseph “Jojo” Crane

Top Eight[]

John Michael Zimmer
Nina Diva
Omar Kramer
Tamara Lindsey

Top Twelve[]

Ash “The Anglo Assassin” Snyder
Emily Hobart
Ross Ecklund
Frank Glynn

Inventor[]

Mike Fleiss

Links[]

Official Website (via Internet Archive)
The WB's Superstar USA @ Game Show Garbage

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