Rules for American Idol Auditions

By | April 8, 2021

The audition for the Fox TV networking competition ‘American Idol’ could lead talented contestants to national exposure of their musical abilities and possibly lead to a great musical career. While there are no rules about who can play an audition for American Idol, competitions must meet certain requirements.

Age requirements

According to the American Idol website, a person who wants to audition must be between 16 and 28 years old. The exhibition is looking for beginners.

Citizenship requirements

A contestant must be a U.S. citizen or an immigrant must work full-time in the United States to audition for ‘American Idol’. Previous attempts An individual who auditioned for ‘American Idol’ in recent seasons and developed to a certain point must not try again. If a person made the top 30 in season 1, top 32 in season 2, top 36 in season 3, top 44 in season 4, top 44 in season 5, top 40 in season 6, top 24 in season 7 and top 36 in season 8, he can not have any other audition.

Previous contracts

Not all auditions for ‘American Idol’ may have a manager or talent agent. She can not have a music contract or a contract with someone that prevents her from using her name or voice on the show.

Employees, relatives

Contestants may not work for or be related to anyone who works for Fox, ‘American Idol’, Sony Music, CBS or any other company associated with or related to ‘American Idol’.