The actual auditions will take place on Saturday, but hopeful auditioners lined up today to receive wristbands to mark their place in line at the American Idol 10 auditions in Nashville, TN.
According to the Associated Press, hopefuls started lining up this morning. By 9 am, there were 10, 000 people in line, according to Idol Supervising producer, Patrick Lynn.
If you are interested in auditioning on Saturday, registration will continue around the clock until early Saturday morning. More information can be found at American Idol.com HERE.
Idol Chatter’s Brian Mansfield is hanging around the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville today. He interviewed hopefuls in line, and has a glimpse of the registration process inside. Check it out HERE.
Are you auditioning this year? We’d love to hear your story. Contact me at mjsbigblog at gmail dot com.
UPDATE: Producer Patrick Lynn tells Brian Mansfield what he’s looking for online (In other words, you are auditioning the minute you hit the line) Read it HERE.