'Summer Camp': 'American Idol's' Matt Rogers just wants to be Ryan Seacrest

For the 16 male and female contestants on USA Network's Monday competitive reality show "Summer Camp," the experience is a chance to visit a lakeside retreat and relive the fun they had as kids -- and also have a chance to win a $250,000 prize.For host Matt Rogers, a Season 3 finalist on FOX's singing competition "American Idol," it was also lots of fun."Typically in shows that I've hosted in the past," he tells Zap2it, "I'm a lot more facilitative, in terms that I get questions out of people, and I interview more and interact more. This was super easy for me."I'm the camp director, so I show up, I give them the rules, I tell them what they can do and what they can't do, and then I just direct them in the right way. They take the whole show over. It's definitely about the cast and enjoying summer camp."The job also represented another...



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