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'American Idol': Keith Urban And Harry Connick Jr. Discuss The New Season

by Access Hollywood Videos 2:56 mins

Keith Urban and Harry Connick Jr. talk with Laura Saltman about the changes that needed to be made for the new season of "American Idol." Also, who's the show's biggest diva? Plus, they discuss the great talent they have seen so far.

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