Mariah Carey says ‘American Idol the worst experience of my life’
Mariah Carey has opened up about her experience on American Idol and says it was the worst experience of her life and regrets doing it.
The diva divulged to us her true feelings about her stint as a judge of "American Idol" in an interview on the "Kyle and Jackie O" radio show in Australia, where she gave a no holds barred interview.
Carey, 45, slammed the show and deemed it "boring and fake", reported Aceshowbiz.
"Hell no! Absolutely not!" she responded when asked whether she would return for a reunion in the upcoming 15th and final season of the reality series. "That was the worst experience of my life."
"It's so boring and so fake, I'm sorry. When I say it's fake, I mean, I have to make up things to say about everybody. Half the time, the performances are good, you'll just be like, 'It was good. Ending it there was really good'," she said of the show.
"I would never want to be involved with it again. But everyone else can like it!" Carey said.
Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj left the show after just one season, while Urban stayed and joined Jennifer Lopez and Harry Connick, Jr. The trio have been together ever since and will return to the judges' table for the final season next year.