'American Idol' Summer Tour Preview: Season 11's Top 10 Interview Each Other (Video)
3:31 PM PDT 6/22/2012 by Fred Bronson
With the 45-date "American Idol Live!" summer tour launching July 6 in Detroit, the Top 10 singers took a break from their L.A. rehearsals to play the part of reporter, interviewing each other exclusively for THR.
When season 11 runner-up Jessica Sanchez and finalist Erika Van Pelt interview each other, which questions get them to answer "Batman," "potato chips" and "Elise"? The last one is easy: “who is always the last one out of the hotel?"
Joshua Ledet and Skylar Laine Ask the Tough Questions
Joshua Ledet reveals which song he performed on American Idol that he wouldn't mind doing over. Skylar Laine talks about meeting her fans and recognizing their Twitter handles. Both agree on their first-choice bunk on the bus.
Elise Testone and Hollie Cavanagh Grill Each Other
Elise Testone agrees with all of her fellow season 11 Idols: she’s always the last one out of the hotel. Meanwhile, Hollie Cavanagh reveals the question she never wants to be asked again -- and we can pretty much guarantee she never will.
DeAndre Brackensick Flying Solo
When nine Idols interview each other in pairs, the math says one will be by himself. So DeAndre Brackensick draws the lucky straw and conducts his own interview. Will he be too tough on himself? Is he a top bunk guy or a pass-out-on-the-couch kind of person? Watch and learn...
Heejun Han and Colton Dixon Talk 'American Idol' Summer Tour
Heejun Han and Colton Dixon interview each other and viewers are left to wonder: is it getting hot in here? Heejun and Colton’s bromance certainly makes one of two uncomfortable, but even while Heejun grills him, Colton proclaims it the best interview ever.
American Idol Live Rehearsal
The top 10 American Idol finalists rehearse before their big tour. Here is a preview of them covering One Direction's “What Makes You Beautiful".
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