Singing reality show “American Idol” will be organising online auditions for the show's season four amid coronavirus pandemic. According to Variety, the talent competition series will opt for a virtual ‘Idol Across America' tour for its first round of auditions using custom-built Zoom technology. Courteney Cox Sends Virtual Birthday Wishes to Boyfriend Johnny McDaid, Says ‘COVID Sucks’ For Keeping Them Apart from Each Other for 133 Days
The remote auditions will start from August 10 in Delaware, Florida, and Ohio, and cover all 50 states in the US by September. The new season is scheduled to premiere sometime in 2021. Dwayne Johnson Teases ‘Black Adam’ Appearance at Virtual Fest
Singers Katy Perry, Lionel Richie and Luke Bryan serve as judges on the show, while Ryan Seacrest hosts.