FOX offers insider's view into 'American Idol XIII' this week, with live, behind-the-curtain camera feed during commercial breaksby jmaloni
During this season's first live performance shows of "American Idol XIII," airing tonight (8 p.m.), and tomorrow (8 p.m.), FOX will give viewers at home a front-row seat to all the backstage action and behind-the-curtain excitement via a live camera feed during select commercial breaks.
When "American Idol XIII" cuts to commercial break, the cameras usually stop rolling - but not this week! Cameras instead will capture an insider's view into the show. "Idol" fans at home can expect to see behind-the-curtain activities from backstage, the "Idol" stage and the judges' table. The live show content will appear on-screen simultaneously alongside commercials airing in a total of four ad breaks over two nights.
Tonight, the top 15 remaining female contestants have one last chance to impress the judges and America live during the first night of the new, high-stakes three-night "Idol" event, "Rush Week." Then, tomorrow, the 15 remaining male contestants take the stage live on the second night of "Rush Week." On the third and final night of "Rush Week," Thursday (8 p.m.), the top 13 finalists will be revealed in the first results show live from Los Angeles.
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