Maybe you hated Fantasia Barrino on the third season of "American Idol." Maybe you thought Chris Daughtry's fourth-place finish in season five wasn't so shocking after all.
But when the two "Idol" alums performed on Wednesday's results show, you likely reminisced about a happier time. You know, when a performance night's most YouTube-worthy moments didn't involve "Caddyshack" theme songs.
Let's look back on the most memorable "Idol" moments from Chris Daughtry and Fantasia Barrino:
Chris Daughtry, "Making Memories of Us." This emotional, restrained cover of a Keith Urban tune proved that hard rockers on "Idol" could tackle country without ending up on the chopping block.
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Chris Daughtry, "Hemorrhage (In My Hands)." Daughtry's take on the Fuel tune was so good that the band offered him a job as their lead singer. He declined.
Fantasia Barrino, "I Believe." Fantasia achieved the impossible: getting an audience to tolerate -- and enjoy -- one of the traditionally cheesy "Idol" coronation songs.
Chris Daughtry, "I Walk the Line." In channeling Johnny Cash, Daughtry solidified his role as the resident "Idol" rebel with a good voice.
Fantasia Barrino, "Summertime." Yeah, it might be overrated. But Fantasia's take on "Summertime" is just as critical to "Idol" history as Randy Jackson's obsession with "dawg."