Thursday kicked off the American Idol auditions at Walt Disney World and thousands descended upon Disney Springs to see if they had what it takes. To add even more magic, idol-winners Jordin Sparks, Kris Allen and Ruben Studdard made a special appearance and greeted lucky audition participants.
Don’t worry if you didn’t make it out to audition this week, you can still become a part of Idol history by auditioning at the American Idol pop-up audition kiosks located at Disney Springs. Located at the Marketplace stalls through mid-September, visitors can create and submit their very own audition video at the kiosk during normal Disney Springs operating hours.
The American Idol Bus tour continues through September 14th hitting Boston, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Denver, Louisville and many more. To see the full list of Idol bus stops and to audition online visit americanidol.com.
Click the video below to see the excitement from the auditions at Disney Springs.
All singers must be at least 15 years old to audition. To pre-register and for additional details, full eligibility requirements, submission forms, and terms and conditions, visit americanidol.com.
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