David Cook speaks about Disney's American Idol Experience

David Cook Speaks about Disney's American Idol Experience

When it opens to the public on February 14, The American Idol Experience will take its inspiration from TV’s “American Idol” and invite park guests to take a shot at performing or take their place in a state-of-the-art theater and vote for their favorite singer. In the finale performance each day, the singer getting the most votes gets priority access to a regional audition for the TV show.



Frank January 11, 2009 - 8:53 pm

This will be one of the attractions at the Disney Parks I will not be going to. I have never watched an episode of American Idol and have no interest in it at all.

Dave January 12, 2009 - 11:43 pm

This is a horrible, horrible idea! I’m in Canada, and even here Idol fatigue has reached such a level that CTV, the network that creates Canadian Idol, has announced that they’re not showing Canadian Idol this year. Maybe next year, if anyone still cares. And now I hear there’s talk that Idol fatigue is being felt in the U.S. as well! Disney has spent millions of dollars on what could be cancelled by Fox in a year or two. I was working at a typical Idol audition up here and let me tell you for every singer that gets to move on, there are twenty that are crying and heart-broken that their dreams are shattered. Way to go, Disney managers, for bringing this misery to Hollywood Studios!


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