David: Uh... [
] ya' know honestly...I, I don't feel like I've had to make any.Um...I feel like I'm still the same person, it's just I get to do some cool things, andtravel, and...I got to go to New York after the finale for the first time and, and uh,and had a blast. So for me it's just uh, it's kinda...sensory overload more thananything.Ryan: Has it still sort of, just, I mean-- has it even resonated that you are on that listnow?[
]David: Of being a winner on American Idol? Because you didn't even want to tryout-- originally you didn't even try out for the show.David: Yeah. I-- you know, no. I, I mean it--Ryan [
]: It's still-- it's real.David: It hasn't really--I haven't internalized it at all. It's just kinda...I, I just feel like Iget to, uh, I'm like the luckiest guy on earth. I get to do somethin' I love to do. Andthen...uh, occasionally, like in ten second spurts, I usually think about it. And then itweirds me out, and I have to go do somethin' else. So...Ryan: Cuz remember Ellen...Ellen: Uh-huhRyan: ...the story...Ellen: YeahRyan: He, he came to the auditions initially to support his younger brother Andrew.Ellen: YesDavid: YeahEllen: I remember.Ryan: And then David ends up auditioning -- doing OK...Ellen: Mm-hmmRyan: Then it's Lionel Ritchie night. And then it's...[
]Ryan: ...you're the American Idol.