Luke Bryan gave fans a sneak peek of his new working environment as he encouraged them to tune into the remote version of the show on Monday night.
The teen will join the rest of the Top 10 thanks to the one-time save. Elsewhere, the judges have adapted to their new work locations amid the coronavirus pandemic.
LUKE SHOWS OF HIS HOME SETUP
Of course, it's not hard to get used to home. In fact, "Idol" judge Luke Bryan has his set up in none other than his home barn. On Sunday, he shared a quick clip of his new studio.
In the clip, Bryan shows all the gear that the company sent him, including iPhones and tons of wires. He pans the camera to show the chair he sits in when judging, and towards the back, a wardrobe with his clothes.
PERRY GOES A DIFFERENT ROUTE
In the end, he jokes, "Trying to do my own hair, best I can." He finished by encouraging fans to tune into the new episode, which would air on ABC at 8/7 c.
Bryan's co-judge Katy Perry used a more comedic approach to call for viewers. For the Sunday episode, Perry dressed up as a large roll of toilet paper standing in front of some puzzles.
SANITIZER FOR EVERYONE
In her caption, she noted that watching "American Idol" is a great way to "wipe away your cares for 2 hours." Last week, the singer did a promotion that was just as hilarious.
Instead of a toilet paper roll, Perry dressed up as a bottle of hand sanitizer. The "Firework" singer said she hoped to make sure everyone was as safe as possible with her getup.
SEACREST THANKS THE FANS
"American Idol" was the first major tv talent show to do a remote show last Sunday. To start the episode, host Ryan Seacrest thanked fans for tuning in and paid a nod to the coronavirus pandemic.
From his home in Los Angeles, the host introduced judges Lionel Richie, Bryan, and Perry. Despite their new locations, the audio and editing were impeccable, reported Yahoo.
"Idol" first announced they would be doing remote shows for the series' 18th season in mid-April. Perry is judging from California and Richie from Los Angeles.
Bryan is still in Nashville. This week, rival show "The Voice" will also be debuting their new remote version. It looks like COVID-19 didn't defeat Hollywood.