Wednesday, May 21, 2008

David Archuleta & David Cook Share TwoCents Before "Idol" Finale

David Archuleta and David Cook took a quick break today to share their TwoCents before their final performances, which will decide who will be this year's winner. Tune in to FOX, Tuesday May 20 at 8:00 PM EST, watch them sing, and be sure to vote for who you think is the American Idol.

Q: Is it going to be different singing on the stage at the Nokia compared to singing on the American Idol stage?
Archuleta: “I don't think it'll be too different because the audience is still going to be big on the other side of the camera, watching on TV, so while there's more people live, I don't know. I guess I'll have to see once I go and rehearse and stuff.”
Cook: “You know, it’s interesting. I’ve always been really kind of confused by the idea, like the smaller the crowd for me, the more nervous I tend to get. Having the Nokia full, should be great. But you know, win or lose; I think we both win, so for me now it’s just kind of enjoying the moment.”

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  1. David Archuleta and David Cook took a quick break today to share their TwoCents before their final performances, which will decide who will be this year's winner. Tune in to FOX, Tuesday May 20 at 8:00 PM EST, watch them sing, and be sure to vote for who you think is the American Idol.

    Q: Is it going to be different singing on the stage at the Nokia compared to singing on the American Idol stage?
    Archuleta: “I don't think it'll be too different because the audience is still going to be big on the other side of the camera, watching on TV, so while there's more people live, I don't know. I guess I'll have to see once I go and rehearse and stuff.”
    Cook: “You know, it’s interesting. I’ve always been really kind of confused by the idea, like the smaller the crowd for me, the more nervous I tend to get. Having the Nokia full, should be great. But you know, win or lose; I think we both win, so for me now it’s just kind of enjoying the moment.”

    Q: What kind of advice do you get now?
    Archuleta: “Every single person always has something good to say, from Cook to the people helping us out, to family, to friends, to just people you meet and fanmail. People always have some good stuff to say.”

    Q: Did this experience on "Idol" match what you expected?
    Cook: “It’s busier than I thought it was going to be. And so for me, the learning process has just been kind of like watching the stuff that takes place that people never get to see. Just, more than anything, just kind of the relationships that form. I remember at the beginning of the season, I always wondered why we all cried when people went home, and it’s like, you know, some of these people we’ve known almost a year now, so it’s definitely been an experience though for sure.”

    Q: Is being an American Idol finalist anything like you thought it would be?
    Archuleta: “No it's not because I didn't even think I would be a finalist so that's already the difference right there and then just how crazy and busy it is and I didn't realize how tiring it is. I thought I'd have time to prepare for the finale and this is the week where we've gotten the least amount of time to really prepare and it's like the most tiring on your voice but hopefully it will all pull together for tomorrow.”

    Q: Are you happy just to be in the "Idol" finals?
    Cook: “You know, to be where I was at before, now to be standing on the finale stage and have, a 50 percent chance of my name being called, is pretty heavy, you know. So for me, it’s just, either way, I’m content.”

    Thank you to FOX, American Idol, and both David Archuleta & David Cook for taking the time to share their thoughts with us.

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