It has to be really creative: Katy Perry in quarantined 'American Idol' episodes

With the entertainment world experimenting with ways to keep shows on the air while adhering to quarantine measures amid the coronavirus pandemic, the pop singer and American idol or judge Katy Perry He has said that the singing reality series will have to be really creative to entertain viewers.

She judges the show on ABC with veteran singer Lionel Richie and country artist Luke Bryan.

Perry dressed for the occasion in an Easter bunny costume and made a Facebook Live before the episode on Sunday night.

We all have to be really creative. I know we'll be really creative, Perry said sitting in a car.

The "Roar" hitmaker added the audience will have tune in to see what her and the rest of the American idol or crew do from their individual homes.

We'll see how this goes, he added.

Since the pandemic, the network has changed programming to American Idol, airing its episodes set in Hawaii on March 29 and April 5.

The live shows aired on April 6, but were replaced by two reruns of Celebrity Family Feud instead, followed by a primetime special, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Secrets and surprises.

The first part of " American idol or : This is Me" aired Sunday while part two will air April 19. The special will look at the lives of the Top 20 contestants with unseen footage and performance highlights.