If he won American Idol, he would've thanked America first.
Judd did think that the audition process for American Idol was fair.
He has always looked up to his older brother.
His lucky charms are a chicken bone and a miniature turtle.
American Idol has changed his life because he realized that he's capable of being an even better performer than he thought.
He says that people would be surprised that he does a pretty good impression of Tina Turner.
His favorite judge on American Idol is Simon Cowell because he says he agrees with him most of the time.
His definition of an American Idol is the winner of American Idol.
If he couldn't sing, the talent he would like to have the most is to be funny.
He once sang "Baby Grand" with Billy Joel during his junior year at NYU.
He was eliminated on American Idol on February 23, 2005.
His most embarrassing moment was losing a taco eating contest.
His favorite male artist is Lenny Kravitz and his favorite female artist is Madonna.
His American Idol is Fantasia Barrino.
The album that he says that his friends would be surprised that he owns is The Best of UB40 (Volumes 1 and 2).
His personal goal in life is to make a living as a singer.
Because he didn't make it on American Idol, he is keep writing and performing music with his band in NY.
He can't remember the first time that he has sung.
He auditioned for American Idol in New Orleans.
He's currently living in New York, NY.
(On what other talents he has besides singing)
Judd: I studied theatre in college, which included singing, acting, and dance training. I've taken piano and guitar, and I play a mean kazoo.
(On his formal singing training)
Judd: Yes, on and off through high school and college, and more recently I began studying "speech level singing," a technique created by vocal coach Seth Riggs.