HitFix caught up with the 'Idol' singers on the blue carpet and asked the not-so-tough questions
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Interview: Siobhan Magnus of 'American Idol'
HitFix: After doing this for three weeks in live shows, how much better and more comfortable are you?
Siobhan Magnus: It's hard to say. I've learned a lot, but probably more about myself than about my singing. I feel like a stronger person, but that's not the same as my vocal abilities.
HitFix: What have you learned about yourself?
SM: I've learned my personal limits, really. You really push yourself in this competition to get through everything and so it's awesome to be able to prove to myself that I can handle this.
HitFix: Do you think we've seen you at your best?
SM: I don't think so. I think I could always do better. I'm a big pusher. I'm about challenging myself. So hopefully it'll get better and better.
HitFix: Simon keeps saying that he doesn't get you. Does it matter to you if he gets you?
SM: You never know what he's going to say. Nobody has ever really gotten me, I guess. I'm not surprised. I try not to bland my performances just to please him, because you know he's always going to have something negative to say.
HitFix: So what is your dream theme?
SM: New Orleans jazz or big band kinda stuff.
HitFix: What would be your nightmare theme?
SM: Country. I'm not a big country person. More on the blues-country side, that's fine, but pop country? No thank you.
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