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Phillip Phillips Performs on the ‘TODAY’ Show, Talks Live TV Jitters [VIDEOS]

Phillip Phillips was on hand at the ‘TODAY’ show this morning to bring it on ‘Home’! The ‘American Idol‘ winner was the musical guest on the morning show’s Summer Concert Series in Rockefeller Center, treating fans to performances of his hits ‘Home,’ ‘Gone Gone Gone’ and ‘Man on the Moon.’

The crowd looked to be rockin’ out to P. Phillips’ sweet jams, which is a big deal considering the temperatures in New York City were pretty darn hot!

Before performing his song ‘Gone Gone Gone,’ Phillips talked about his big touring plans with John Mayer, but more importantly, Bruce Springsteen! He’s opening for the Boss at the Rock in Rio festival in Brazil and Phillips said, “I’m really nervous for that. That’s a lot of people!”

He also admitted that he was a terrified of appearing on live TV, saying, “I’m nervous right now!” He added, “Anything can go wrong, it’s live!” He must have had quite the trouble on ‘American Idol’!

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