Victoria Beckham must like sitting in that fourth judge's chair.
After serving as a guest judge last Friday for opening American Idol auditions in Denver, she has arrived in Boston for callbacks. (This is the point of the show where judges give singers a golden ticket to advance to Hollywood.)
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A rep for Beckham tells Extra: "There are no talks of her being a permanent judge. They felt she was natural in Denver. She has fashion week coming up and she is focusing on that."
Last week, Beckham told Ryan Seacrest she wanted to play off Paula Abdul's judging style. (Abdul was known to be the most supportive of the judges.)
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"I want to be nice to people," she said. "I know how it feels to stand there and be judged … I don't want to shatter anybody's dream, but at the same time there's nothing wrong with constructive criticism."
She also said she didn't feel guilty about replacing Abdul, who announced earlier this month that she was leaving the show after eight seasons amid salary disputes.
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"I'm a spiritual person and I believe that you get back what you put out there, and I hope she does something that is bigger and better," she said. "There's something great for her around the corner, I'm sure."
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