Two 22nd season 'American Idol' competitors from Indiana: one a mortician and one an Indiana University student 

 Two Indiana singers surprised the judges and audience on Sunday night's “American Idol” 22nd season premiere. 

 Meet the New Albany funeral director on 'American Idol' this weekend. 

 Kennedy Reid of New Albany and Meggie Iyer of Carmel were Indiana natives on "American Idol," according to the season premiere. 

 ABC aired American Idol's 22nd season on Sunday, Feb. 

 Ryan Seacrest hosts American Idol, with Lionel Richie, Katy Perry, and Luke Bryan as judges. 

 Reid, 23, a mortician and funeral home director at Spring Valley Funeral Home, wants to sing full-time 

 She sang Ike & Tina Turner's “River Deep-Mountain High” at her first audition. 

 A YouTube video from American Idol shows Perry and Richie voting yes on Reid's audition and Bryan no. Reid, a vintage country singer, opened for Gene Watson at the Grand Ole Country Music Show in West Point, Kentucky 

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