American Idol Reboot Won’t Have ‘Bad Auditions’ | Daily Celebrity News | Splash TV

Katy Perry and the rest of the American Idol reboot cast won’t have to sit through bad auditions… because the new version of the show won’t let those contestants through the door A showrunner for the music competition reportedly told The Hollywood Reporter the show won’t subject viewers to some off-key auditions because it doesn’t feel comfortable to put borderline unstable people on up on a stage and laugh at them

So Katy, Lionel, and Luke – you’ve lucked out The showrunner went on to say that this new season, which hits the airwaves in March, does want humor – but not exploitation It’s one of the first pieces of info we have about the reboot of the show… other than Katy Perry is making more than the rest of the cast American Idol first debuted on Fox on June 11th 2002 to juggernaut ratings, and here’s hoping this new crop of judges can keep things going

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