Did Jane Carrey, daughter of comedian Jim Carrey, get special treatment when she auditioned for American Idol in San Diego? A “source” tells RadarOnline that Jane didn’t have to wait in line to audition.
Unlike the rest of the contestants who camp out for days in the hope of trying to convince the judges that they have what it takes, Jane got special treatment.
“She didn’t have to sleep outside and wait for hours hoping to audition like everyone else,” a source exclusively told RadarOnline.com. “She basically had an appointment and showed up!”
The source said they doubted if the judges knew about the special treatment Jane was given, but the show gave her the VIP service.
“Her audition was pre-arranged with the producers. She did not wait and line up for hours or days outside – she had a time, she showed up and went in,” the source said.
To be fair, there are hopefuls who don’t have to wait in line. Winners of local Idol contests that are sponsored by FOX affiliates in various cities, and those who win The American Idol Experience competitions at Disney in Orlando are ushered into the cattle call auditions without having to wait in line.
If Jane did indeed skip the line, she could have been included in this group, although if she got to cut the line just because she has connections, there is certainly a valid debate around whether that’s fair or not.
The story is second hand. I would not be surprised if there was more to the story.
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