Nicki Minaj is followed Mariah Carey in calling it quits as a judge on American Idol Thursday, according to CNN.
Minaj made announced her departure from the Fox show, making her exit after her lone season on the show official.
"Thank you American Idol for a life changing experience! Wouldn't trade it for the world!" the rapper wrote.
Mariah Carey is officially out at American Idol, the singer confirmed Thursday, reported The Washington Post.
Carey re-tweeted her public relations firm's initial tweet annoucing her departure:
"W/ global success of " #Beautiful" (#1 in 30+ countries so far) @MariahCarey confirms world tour & says goodbye 2 Idol," the tweet said.
Some viewers who watched Mariah Carey sing her medley of her biggest hits during last night's American Idol series finale wondered if Carey lip-synced her performance. Her voice at times reportedly failed to match the audio the audience was hearing.
Carey stepped onto the "American Idol" stage in shortly after Candice Glover was crowned the next "Idol."
Nicki Minaj and Keith Urban have officially joined the judges' table for "American Idol," a Fox spokesperson confirmed on Sunday, Sept. 16. The pair joins multi-Grammy-winner Mariah Carey who was announced in July, and the show's original judge Randy Jackson and original host Ryan Seacrest.
The first installment of the two-night premiere of " The X Factor USA" aired on Fox on Wednesday, Sept. 12. The hit singing competition is the world's only reality show contest that offers $5 million to the final winner. Simon Cowell, the show's creator, added two new judges which helped make this season's show highly anticipated: former pop star Brtiney Spears and former Disney alum Demi Lovato.