Alright Gasmii, ask and you shall receive. Here is the Megan Joy interview…
Q: Do you have any regrets telling Simon that you didn’t care when you got eliminated?
A: No regrets ever. I wouldn’t take anything back. I was happy to go the way I did. I cared about the competition, I didn’t want people to misunderstand me not caring, I just didn’t care that Simon didn’t like my song, so I couldn’t help but be honest.
Q: What was with your wing flapping “ka-kaw”?
A: I love birds and bird noises and I just decided that if I’m going out, I’m going out with a bang and just going to be myself. So I flew the whole time.
Q: Are you so excited to see your son?
A: I cannot wait. I’m going to try not to sob like a lunatic because I’m sure he’ll just be confused and scared. It’s going to be beautiful.
Q: What have you learned from your time on Idol?
A: I learned that there’s always going to be people, negative people or haters, if you will, trying to bring you down, but you have to just forget about them and move past it always.
Q: Did you feel more pressure singing after Simon made his final speech, or were you relieved?
A: It was for sure easier because I didn’t care if I messed up, which I did. I was just â€¦ to flop around and be right in their faces and sing it right at them.
Q: Do you think Simon turned on you? He used to be your biggest fan…
A: I think his opinion of me changed a little bit and he was pretty hard on me. I think that he likes me maybe just as much as he did, but maybe just not for this competition. I’ve got no beef with Simon. I don’t think he really has any with me.
Q: What did the judges say to you after the show?
A: They said that they loved me, great things are going to happen, be happy and that they loved watching me.
Q: Have you thought of what kind of music you want to put out?
A: I’ve never tried to write anything before, so I’m just excited to see what comes out of me. I don’t know what it’s going to be. I’m excited to try, whatever happens.
Q: What song were you going to sing next week if you weren’t eliminated?
A: “Separate Lives” by Phil Collins.