Hang on to your seats...Ryan Seacrest warns that the new season of American Idol will be exciting and different. What? Are they dividing contestants by race?
Seacrest told People, "We didn't think we would go out and see the extremes that we saw. There is the extremely naive and the extremely good and not a lot in between, which is good." Huh?
The show's executive producer said, "Something we're working on is a big-event show, sometime in the middle of the season, something that will blow America away."
"There's some great talent out there. But there's also some people who are delusional about their talent, too. That's the beauty of an open call, everybody comes. Everybody thinks they've got a great voice." Sounds extreme. Idol starts up on FOX with two-hour editions on Jan. 16 and 17.
Wednesday, December 20, 2006
Posted by Gabs at 7:43 AM