@adamlambert has tweeted that he’s already tuning in to American Idol and has revealed who has caught his attention after the first night of Hollywood Week, Season 12.
Curtis Finch Jr! Sangin w sass! U funny! First one to really grab my attention.
— Adam Lambert (@adamlambert) February 7, 2013
There are a nice diverse grip of ‘mo’s this year. progressive!
— Adam Lambert(@adamlambert) February 7, 2013
After watching the show, I’m not sure I’m on the same page but I’m sure he sees something different!
I began trolling around on the internet, and found this article by Jay MacDonald of Bankrate.com on the costs of auditioning for American Idol, financial gains from being a contestant and what many have reaped from their efforts after being eliminated.
And what American Idol article would be complete without talking about Adam Lambert and his wardrobe?! Here we learn about Adam’s budget while on the show and what happens to the clothing after the show. Be sure to follow the link to read the conclusion of this article.
~ Carol ~
The Cost of Being on American Idol
by Jay MacDonald of Bankrate.com
“American Idol,” that hyperkinetic, TV-tastic, shine on the amateur hour concept, has embedded itself into our national consciousness with the tenacity of a song that we just can’t get out of our heads.
Even if you don’t know Bo Bice from Bo Diddley, you feel the familiar longing for instant adulation, that old rags-to-riches rumba. It’s as American as rock ‘n’ roll.
What will it cost you to make a lunge for that golden ticket? And what, realistically, can you expect to receive in return?
We’ll break it down for you with the help of Richard Rushfield, the Vanity Fair contributing editor who covered “Idol” for the Los Angeles Times for three years. His book, “American Idol: The Untold Story” lifts the hood on this well-oiled star-making machine.
Bah-dah-bah-dah-bah-dah: This … is “American Idol”!
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