Constantine Maroulis was a contestant on “American Idol” on season 4 when Paula Abdul, Randy Jackson, and Simon Cowell have been judges on the show. At the time, there have been rumors that Maroulis attached with Abdul, however now, the singer-songwriter is setting these rumors straight. He additionally insinuated that the show was rigged, in keeping with Radar Online.
Maroulis has been taking a while to do publicity with a purpose to promote his new radio show, which began airing in July 2021. The show, referred to as “The Constantine Maroulis Show – Cuz Saturday Night Rocks!” airs on Saturdays from 5 p.m. to six p.m.
Maroulis additionally obtained the prospect to hitch 77 WABC Radio as an leisure reporter, in keeping with Radio Online. The show options music from the ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s and options interviews with musicians, artists, and influencers.
Maroulis Claims “American Idol” Rigged the Results
Maroulis appeared on an episode of the “Behind the Velvet Rope with David Yontef” podcast.
Maroulis says that, though he has at all times appreciated “American Idol,” he believes that he was probably not voted off the show. At the time, in keeping with the interview, the show was making an attempt to remove from adverse publicity that got here within the type of Paula Abdul being accused of hooking up with a contestant.
“To be sincere, all these years later, I feel that was simply good tv on their half,” Maroulis stated. “I do not assume folks have been getting extra votes than me. Like, I feel exterior of Carrie [Underwood], I am unable to think about I used to be getting fewer votes than a few of the folks ending forward of me. I simply assume it was good TV, trying again. Being a producer now myself, that is what I might have finished.”
He added, “And bear in mind they have been working an exposé on Paula Abdul on ABC on the time about her and Corey Clark or one thing? And that was getting a whole lot of buzz. And guess what occurred that week? They voted me off the show. Smokescreen. All these years later, I’ve waived the ‘Idol’ flag for 15, 16 years. No one’s been a much bigger cheerleader and supporter, however I really feel like, yeah, it was most likely only a actually well-produced second.”
Maroulis Says He and Abdul Never Hooked Up
Abdul and Maroulis have been shut mates on the time, however he says that there was by no means a sexual relationship there, although they did keep in contact when his time on “American Idol” ended.
“She is all the things,” he shared on an episode of the “Behind The Velvet Rope with David Yontef” podcast. “And we have been very, very, very shut for a few years. [But we] by no means, by no means attached, regardless of folks pondering that.”
He added, “We have been simply actually shut mates. Like, I simply care about her. She’s so delicate and candy and only a variety, variety soul, you recognize? I do not know the way else to clarify it. She’s identical to this excellent, fantastic individual. And we stayed in contact for a few years.”
Constantine Maroulis Recently Updated Fans on His Sobriety
During aninterview with OK! Magazine,Maroulis revealed that he is been sober for almost two years.
“I’ve been truly clear and sober now for over 20 months, no drinks, no flower, nothing and simply kinda engaged on myself lots,” Maroulis shared with the outlet.
Because he wasn’t busy touring through the COVID-19 pandemic, Maroulis advised OK! that he was taking time to maintain himself. If he hadn’t been sober going into the pandemic, the rocker stated that it might have been “ugly” for him.
“It began off, like, I’m simply gonna put this pen down, the vape, the drinks and simply chill, after which it was a couple of months, after which it was six months, then it was a yr, then it was not virtually two years,” he stated.
He added, “Sitting round in my gown all day, hitting the vape or one thing like that, that is not attractive in your 40s.”
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