Katy Perry expects to see fellow “American Idol” judge Luke Bryan again in motion quickly after the nation singer examined optimistic for COVID-19.
Perry stated Bryan is “completely good” after he was sidelined from Season 19’s first stay present Monday evening and changed for the night by “American Idol” veteran Paula Abdul.
“I believe he’s gonna be alright,” Perry, 36, advised “Leisure Tonight” on Monday. “I believe we’ll be seeing him subsequent week.”
Previous to Monday’s taping, Bryan confirmed on social media that he can be absent from the taping however was “doing effectively.”
Bryan’s spouse, Caroline Bryan, posted a video to her Instagram Story on Monday evening as she and the couple’s two sons, Thomas, 13, and Tatum, 10, watched the present from house with out the star.
“Watching ‘Idol,’ bought the boys… Dad’s not right here,” Caroline stated. “We miss Dad.”
Throughout the present, nevertheless, Bryan, 44, saved in contact together with his co-stars Perry and Lionel Richie, who’ve all served as judges on the singing competitors collection starting with Season 16 in 2018.
“He was texting us. He was blowing up our telephones throughout the entire episode. A few of it we will’t even say,” Perry quipped.
“We are able to’t say half of it!” Richie, 71, stated.
On Monday’s episode, host Ryan Seacrest additionally confirmed the departure of standout singer Wyatt Pike, who dropped out of the competitors.
A rep for the 19-year-old performer advised Those who Pike left the present for “private causes.”
“American Idol” airs Sundays and Mondays on ABC.