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That’s why I was able to get far.” (Vicci tied for third that season). You can't call or text." Frenchie (season one) made the most of her elimination after the semi-finals: "The day I got booted off, I flew to New York to sing for New York Pride. In season six, regular checkups were required for the Top 12.“We had to start visiting to check on our well-being.has powered through five years and 11 seasons (so far).
Jessie Poland, who competed under the name "Charlotte Sometimes" in season two, put her New York apartment up for sublet while the show filmed in L. The demanding show schedule made it nearly impossible to do anything else, like a part-time job: “I couldn’t make a ton of money.“I remember just being so upset because I had to be up for interviews that morning.” Looking back, Vicci says she’s not bitter about it because it made her realize the realities of being a rock star. this is what it would be like to be in demand [like Cee Lo]. The show employs a staff of psychologists to deal with the aftermath of each episode.It was practice for what it’s really like out there. You're literally on the next flight home and getting back to reality hours later. "Even with 'Blind Auditions,' you spend weeks [training] with them and they're gone. “It’s emotionally frustrating,” says Frenchie (season one), who adds that she had to take personality tests before getting the final approval to be on the show. Every second.” The show’s psychology team is also on hand to smoothen the exit process.And even though I worked as a film writer and played shows, I couldn’t do that while I was on . No one can work.” Personal relationships are affected too.Vicci Martinez (season one) ended a relationship while competing.