American Idol is back! The reboot’s new group of Katy Perry, Lionel Richie, Luke Bryan, and Ryan Seacrest just gave a teaser for the music reality show’s latest chapter.
A Brand New Start
Nearly two years after singer-songwriter Trent Harmon was crowned the show’s winner, American Idol is back on television. The strange singing foe that has combined domicile names such as Kelly Clarkson, Clay Aiken, Jennifer Hudson, Carrie Underwood, Chris Daughtry, and Adam Lambert has found a new home: the ABC Television Network.
Instead of the likes of Simon Cowell, Paula Abdul, Randy Jackson, and Jennifer Lopez acid for undiscovered talent, ABC recruited Katy Perry, Luke Bryan, and Kennedy Center Honoree Lionel Richie to find the next singing sensation.
No Bad Singers Allowed
Throughout the primary years of American Idol’s run on the Fox Broadcast Network, infrequent fans and show newcomers had looked brazen to seeing desirous vocalists showcase their “singing skills.” While William Hung and General Larry “Pants on the Ground” Platt enjoyed a brief 15-minute celebrity by their auditions, the ABC chronicle of the show now has a new focus.
“It doesn’t feel gentle to put equivocal inconstant people up on theatre and giggle at them,” pronounced Trish Kinane, the American Idol showrunner.
Kinane also explained that viewers now know about the routine that takes place to face Perry, Bryan, and Richie at the Judges’ Auditions. She pronounced that a slew of show producers make the final decisions on who creates it to the first turn of the process.
Idol’s Lofty Goal
Katy Perry, who was the first judge be announced for the reboot, settled that the newest incarnation of the series is to find a genuine superstar.
“Literally, we are wasting the time if we do not find a star. America needs another star. They need a genuine legit ‘American Idol,” pronounced Perry.
All the judges were unanimous in their decision that they took their jobs very seriously and wanted only the best talent to face America when the show enters its live rounds.
The Other Singing Competitions
American Idol returns to the radio universe in a very rival state of opening and talent-based competitions. FOX’s deputy for the show, The Four: Battle for Stardom, competence be the singing chronicle of The Hunger Games with experts Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs and Republic Records boss Charlie Walk swapping as the show’s Simon Cowell.
Meanwhile, Cowell is approaching to start his third deteriorate of judging on the NBC summer talent foe series, America’s Got Talent. Since the Got Talent creator assimilated the show in 2016, the past two winners Grace VanderWaal and Darci Lynne Farmer have had some singing member in their acts.
American Idol will also have to worry about longtime competitor The Voice. The NBC singing foe now has recruited American Idol‘s strange success story, Kelly Clarkson, as one of their new coaches.
American Idol is approaching to return to the airwaves on Sunday, Mar 11, on ABC.