Calling all local singers and future Scotty McCreery’s, FOX 50 is looking for the next AMERICAN IDOL!
FOX 50 (WRAZ-TV) will hold a one-day audition Saturday, July 9, 2011 at Cary Towne Center giving local singers the chance to win a guaranteed audition with the producers of AMERICAN IDOL!
Past AMERICAN IDOL finalists and winners from North Carolina include: Clay Aiken (runner-up Season 2), Fantasia Barrino (WINNER Season 3), Bucky Covington (8th place Season 5), Kellie Pickler (5th place Season 5), Chris Daughtry (4th place Season 5), Anoop Desai (6th place Season 8) and Scotty McCreery (WINNER Season 10)
Individual singers must be at least 15 and not over 28 years old, as of June 26, 2011, and a legal, permanent resident of one of the following NC counties: Chatham, Cumberland, Durham, Edgecombe, Franklin, Granville, Halifax, Harnett, Hoke, Johnston, Lee, Moore, Nash, Northampton, Orange, Person, Sampson, Vance, Wake, Warren, Wayne or Wilson.
To audition, local singers must meet all eligibility requirements, have proper I.D. and download the official rules & local registration form which can only be found at www.FOX50.com. These forms must be completely filled out at the time of registration, come prepared because staff will not have additional forms on-site.
FOX 50’s TRIANGLE IDOL AUDITIONS will be at Cary Towne Center on Saturday, July 9, 2011. Registration starts at 9:00am between Talbots and Dillard’s on the Walnut Street side of the mall. Parking is available in the lot adjacent to Harris Teeter. Hopefuls may begin lining up at 6:00am (no camping out allowed).
One local singer will win a trip to Charleston, SC for a guaranteed audition with the producers of AMERICAN IDOL.
FOX 50’s TRIANGLE IDOL AUDITIONS is in partnership with Eye Care Associates Visionary. Visit www.eyecareassociatesnc.com for services and locations.
AMERICAN IDOLreturns January 2012 on FOX 50. For more information on the show visit www.FOX50.com.
***Capitol Broadcasting Company employees and their families are not eligible to win FOX 50 contests.***
Thanks to FOX 50’s Aolani Donegan for this capcom story.