'American Idol' Summer Tour Preview: Season 10's Top 11 Interview Each Other (Video)
4:20 PM PDT 6/29/2011 by Shirley Halperin
With the "American Idol" summer tour launching July 6, season 10's Top 11 took a break from rehearsals for an exclusive sit-down with THR. In between group numbers (Cee-Lo's "Forget You," Montgomery Gentry's "Gone") and lunch break (spotted helping Pia Toscano digest her salad: rumored beau Mark Ballas), they interviewed each other, while trying -- mostly unsuccessfully -- to keep a straight face.
Casey Abrams and Scotty McCreery Interview Each Other
American Idol season 10 winner Scotty McCreery and sixth placer Casey Abrams go tit-for-tat as they interview each other on various topics related to the summer tour. Among them: burgers, beards and Aerosmith songs.
Paul McDonald and James Durbin Interview Each Other
Ever the jokesters, Idol pals Paul McDonald and James Durbin run through their tour must-haves and regale us with tales of bathrooms, beer and rest-stop debauchery. Plus, Paul reveals the song he'd retire if he could and name-drops season 9's Casey James.
Lauren Alaina and Pia Toscano Interview Each Other
Giggling Idol gals Lauren Alaina and Pia Toscano go for a Britney-Madonna moment while they unsuccessfully attempt to stay serious for the camera. Alaina, clearly a born journalist, shows off her cheerleading moves and asks Toscano what we all want to know -- "Do you have a boyfriend?"
Naima Adedapo talks tour essentialsand reveals what the rest of the season 10 finalists already seem to know: that JacobLusk is guaranteed to arrive last to the hotel lobby call. Unbeknownst to them both, Casey Abrams steals the scene right around the 1:40 mark.
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