Speaking to reporters after the "American Idol" panel in Los Angeles on Monday, Katy said, "Well, it's like walking a tightrope".
All four members of the "Idol" team, including returning host Ryan Seacrest, came together to discuss the revival during a TCA panel Monday, and weighed in an all the changes, like no longer exploiting awful, fame-hungry singers for your entertainment.
"If you don't have those bad auditions or something that stands out, if you don't have something that's unique, it will be very hard for them to stand out", he explained.
"You might have noticed in the past few years, we haven't really majored on people who are really bad, because one of the key things about the show is it shouldn't feel manipulated or fake because 15 years ago, nobody had ever seen it and it was amusing", Kinane said, via Entertainment Tonight. They see the judges.
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American Idol therefore found it increasingly more hard to trump its TV competitors, such as The Voice, and the series came to an end in early 2016 before ABC opted to resurrect it. "These days you have to light yourself on fire on Instagram while singing and still might not get enough hits", Perry said.
Also, when contestants like the iconically bad William Hung managed to take the mud-slinging in stride, it actually made the humor somehow more palatable - if they were in on the joke, couldn't we be, too?
"There's just too much choice out there". America needs another star. "I just wanted to tell stories and sing and connect with people". "It's a crowded place, and I take it really seriously, sometimes to my detriment".
If you're a fan of both Luke Bryan and Blake Shelton, then chances are you'll be setting your DVR quite a bit this spring, because the two country superstars are literally about to go head-to-head on prime time television. Even Ryan Seacrest hinted that the show lost its focus in those latter years with judge selections, probably trying to compete with the star power on "The Voice".