'American Idol' Top 7 Reveal How They're Approaching Prince Night

Jessica Napoli

There are only 7 hopefuls left on American Idol, and the competition is about to ramp up Sunday night when the competitors pay tribute to Prince and cover some of his most iconic songs.

Cade Foehner, Maddie Poppe, Caleb Lee Hutchinson, Jurnee, Michael J. Woodard, Catie Turner, and Gabby Barrett have been rehearsing like crazy in order to do the Grammy and Academy Award winner justice.

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This Idol tribute also marks the first time a singing competition show has honored the groundbreaking artist since his passing in 2016. And besides Prince songs, the spectacular seven will also be performing songs from the year they were born... hello millennial music.

Before they take the stage, the Top 7 spoke to TVInsider.com about their experiences so far on the ABC show. Click through the gallery above to find out what they said!

P.S. Not included in gallery, but Catie Turner will be singing "Manic Monday" (The Bangles song, written by Prince), and Gabby Barrett is performing "How Come U Don’t Call Me Anymore."

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