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Tonight’s episode of the hit television show “American Idol” may just feature some home-grown talent! The show will air the auditions from Pittsburgh tonight!
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“American Idol” has returned to Pittsburgh and this time the hit television show has brought some star power with it.
Thousands of wannabe superstars have converged on Heinz Field this morning in hopes of eventually getting that golden ticket that will send them to Hollywood.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to Mike Cefalo, who is in line at Heinz Field for American Idol auditions
Thousands of people will line up at Heinz Field over the next two days, hoping for a chance at stardom. Pittsburgh is the only audition site on the upper East Coast for season 11 of “American Idol,” and that means people are traveling from considerable distances in hopes of making it big.
The “American Idol” audition process begins Wednesday morning at Heinz Field, and it could affect your commute to work and where you park.
Tens of thousands of people will fill Heinz Field later this week — but not for a sporting event or a concert; all of those people will be descending on the North Shore in the hopes of making their dreams of becoming a singer come true as “American Idol” rolls into town.