Marty & DeafGeoff of Hot 107.9 FM in Syracuse interviewed Kevin Covais, aka “Chicken Little” from ‘American Idol’ season five. Covais was in town to perform the national anthem at the first home hockey game of the Syracuse Crunch. He talked about the nickname, how the show has changed his life, his favorite judge – Randy Jackson, and more.
The interview audio at akamai.net has since been removed.
‘American Idol’ season five finalist Kevin Covais, aka Chicken Little, was on the phone with Matty in the Morning on KISS 108 FM in Boston. Kevin talked about life after the show, not signing a record deal yet, being cautious around women, missing the top ten and a chance to tour after the show, crying backstage after getting voted off, how he got along with Simon Cowell, and throughout the interview, he dealt with questions regarding his scrawny frame.
The 2-part interview audio at kiss108.com has since been removed.
‘Today’ show host Matt Lauer talked with ‘American Idol’ finalist Kevin Covais on Thursday (March 30) about crazy moments on the show, behind-the-scenes drama, and Lisa Tucker being voted off the previous night. The 16-year-old then performed ‘When I Fall In Love’ on the Plaza in New York City.
Video of the segment at MSN.com has since been removed. Photos are available from GettyImages and WireImage.
Ousted ‘American Idol’ finalist Kevin Covais was on the phone with KIIS FM’s Ryan Seacrest after he got booted from the program. They talked about his gameplan with the ladies after his new found fame, his plans to get a driver’s permit, going to school on ‘Idol’, and they wrapped it up with a call from a young fan. kiisfm.com has since removed the audio.
‘American Idol’ geek Kevin Covais spoke with The New York Daily News after he was voted off the show for his rendition of ‘When I Fall in Love’. “I did the best I could,” Covais said in a telephone interview from Los Angeles on Thursday. “I was never into the song as much as I was this week. It was perfect for me and everything seemed right. I was myself. I acted as myself and I came across to America as myself. I was happy with that, though not with the result.” Now, Chicken Little is set for a hero’s welcome back home in Long Island.