It's the eve of the American Idol auditions in Bowling Green,
and the city is prepared to deal with any and all things "Idol," even when it comes to decorating.
"It will be big...and sparkly...and very American Idol- themed. That's probably all I can say without giving it away. You'll just have to come down and see it tomorrow," said Liz Bernard, Zindarella Owner.
In the midst of that excitement, police and constables are ready to keep the day organized and safe.
"We will be taking care of the vehicles and traffic. The constables will be taking care of the interior security," said Officer Ronnie Yates of Bowling Green Police.
When it comes to keeping the square clean, officials say they've made that easy too.
"There are plenty of trash receptacles around. There will be folks going around trying to keep things tidy as much as we can,"
said Bowling Green Area Visitor and Convention Bureau's Marissa Butler.
There is a chance of rain in the forecast, but idol and the city are ready for that too, will a plan to move auditions inside. Participants will still be outside while they wait, and Butler says they need to be prepared for the weather.
"If it does rain, the people who are waiting to audition will remain outside. Definitely plan for that and bring umbrellas. There is a chance for rain," said Butler.
and one last reminder for those trying out... don't forget your registration forms!
"There are full facts and rules on americanidol.com. If you hit the website, and go to the small town tour audition page," said Butler.
Aside from registration, another important thing to remember even for those not planning to audition is to arrive before 8 a.m when auditions are set to begin. Crowds are expected to reach over a thousand people.