Constantine Maroulis took some time out from foraging the swag halls of the Sundance Film Festival on Tuesday to catch up with RadarOnline.com.
In an exclusive interview the American Idol season 4 contestant jokes that he's in Sundance for "the free stuff!" Before going on to explain the real reason, he's there supporting the producers of his New York show, Rock of Ages, who have a couple of movies at the celeb filled festival in Park Slope, Utah.
Maroulis tells RadarOnline.com that he believes it will be "tough to move on" for the American Idol after the departure of it's creator and star Simon Cowell. Saying he believes it should end this year and that Cowell is not replaceable.
And the new Broadway star has some words of wisdom for last season's runner up Adam Lambert. Telling RadarOnline.com that he believes Lambert's album "hasn't really caught on yet as the songs aren't really there". And that the out gay singer "needs to focus more on music and less on show" advising "less drama more hits".