Keith Urban must have gotten the short end of the stick when it comes to his American Idol trailer.
In the first episode of the country music judge’s new behind-the-scenes video series Idol Chatter, Keith dispels any idea he’s living the life of the rich and famous on the set of Idol.
Keith takes fans on a tour of the American Idol lot, pointing out the trailers of host Ryan Seacrest and fellow judges Jennifer Lopez and Harry Connick, Jr.
But when it comes to showing fans his own, much smaller U-Haul trailer, the tour is over before it really begins.
“For some reason, there was some kind of communication mix up,” Keith manages to say with a straight face. “It’s cool. I’m not upset at the guys or anything like that. I got everything I need. That’s the main thing.”
Laugh along and see Keith's homemade boom box by watching the video HERE.
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