Yes, it’s true. Even though they’ve already made through auditions and week after week of voting and performances, American Idol contestants still keep bad breath in mind.
In an article published on EW.com titled “’American Idol’ on the scene for Top 5 results show: 12 things you didn’t see” we get the lowdown on things that happened behind the scenes on American Idol’s show last week.
The article covers things like J. Lo’s amazing heels and her live performance. There’s also a mention of Scotty loving a young kid’s sign that said “Beam Me Up, Scotty!” But what part did we like best? The bullet in the article that talks about “Steven’s Fresh Breath”. This report states one of Steven’s hair and makeup people slipped him an Altoid. “She took one, too, and offered one to the other hair and makeup gal there with her. The always-jovial rocker too an extra, too, and threw it over to his big, burly body guard who always sits just a few feet from him.”
While it’s awesome that the crew and Steven care about their fresh breath, perhaps our TheraBreath Mouth Wetting Lozenges would have done an even better job! As you might already know, they work in three distinct stages to keep your breath fresh and combat dry mouth – a common problem for singers. The sugar in the Altoid may help lead to tooth decay and could actually dry your mouth out more. So if you’re a singer, voice over artist, or just one of us normal folks, try to stick to sugar free mints and gums to keep your breath fresh and your mouth moist.
Want to know the rest of what you didn’t see on last week’s American Idol? You can read the entire article here.