Jimmy Kimmel gathers American Idol' Rejects William Hung and crew to perform "Where are they now?"

Updated On 23 May, 2018 Published On

The final auditioner of the third season of Ameican TV series American Idol, William Hung and a few others from the series were invited to Jimmy Kimmel Live!. Host Jimmy Kimmel invited the American Idol rejects to his show on Monday, May 21 to perform a parody song, answering the age-old question - "where are they now?"

The crew had William Hung, Antonella Barbara, Sanjaya Malakar, Kevin Covais, Chewbacca Girl, Haley Reinhart, Raynaldo Lapuz, Scott Maclntyre and Larry Platt.

VIDEO: William Hung 'American Idol' audition

Kimmel, 50, shared he has been tracking down the lads for a long time and booking a recording studio so the American Idol gang could perform together. Looks like his hard work was worth putting in, for crew brought the show to life, even pulling jokes at themselves while performing together.

VIDEO: American Idol rejects William Hung and a few others gathered at the Jimmy Kimmel Live! to perform a parody song on Monday, May 21

Hung and Malakar were on high notes when it came to pulling each others leg. The pair also revealed that being asked to be a part of the crew was "the first call for some of us in years."

Ruben Studdard and Taylor Hicks, American Idol winners of 2003 and 2006 respectively also showed up, singing - "We've sold millions of albums, what the hell are we doing here?" Former judge of the TV series Randy Jackson also made a special guest appearance at the end. Jackson praised the crew, addressing them as 'phenomenal'.