Idol's Kree Harrison on Patsy-Vs.-Dolly 'Rivalry,' Her 'Selfish' Song Choice and Susan Tedeschi Twitter Love! Plus: 'It's a Choice to Be Happy'

Kree Harrison‘s life philosophy is simple: “Be yourself and nothing else.” There are worse things that can happen in life than Group Round drama on American Idol. Winning is as simple as scoring a Twitter follow by the Tedeschi Trucks Band.

Those were just a few of the life lessons Kree shared when she stopped by TVLine HQ for an Idology exit interview* that covered everything from READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO

The Voice's Garrett Gardner on Mining His John Lennon Connection and Rocking Backstreet!

What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger — and that’s something Garrett Gardner knows without any help from Kelly Clarkson’s soaring radio hit. The 17-year-old New Jersey native got rejected during The Voice‘s Season 3 Blind Auditions, but that just spurred him to worker harder at honing his craft.

“I spent a lot of time practicing with my friends in my basement. I did a lot of …READ MORE

Idol's Angie Miller on Risky Song Choices, 'Theatrical' Criticisms and That Duet With Lazaro! Plus: How She Wrote 'You Set Me Free'

Angie Miller may have put college on hold to audition for American Idol, but she definitely put her brain to work mapping out a Season 12 trajectory that took her all the way to a third-place finish.

Angie stopped by TVLine HQ to talk about how she chose lesser-known numbers like “Never Gone” and “Love Came Down,” why she disagreed with the judges when they …READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO

American Idol: Fox's Mike Darnell Talks Unlimited Voting, New Theme Nights, Honest Judging

American Idol is back, and while Season 12’s initial numbers may be down compared to last year, Fox’s reality boss Mike Darnell insists he’s not worried. He’s got a buzzy new panel of judges, ideas for fresh theme nights, and a Susan Boyle-esque audition at his disposal over the next few months.

TVLine caught up with Darnell to talk about …READ MORE