Louisiana's 2019 "American Idol" winner Laine Hardy and Laci Kaye Booth,

a Top 5 finalist that season, led off duet performances for "The Great Idol Reunion" show on ABC Monday night.

As the pair rocked the Stevie Nicks/Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers 1981 hit 

"Stop Draggin' My Heart Around," the only technical difference from the five other duets that followed was the small 

disclaimer that flashed briefly on the screen, "Previously Recorded."

The show, which celebrated the singing competition series' 20th anniversary, 

was taped in Los Angeles in early April. Back at home, Livingston native Hardy was arrested Friday on an eavesdropping count, 

Louisiana's 2019 "American Idol" winner Laine Hardy and Laci Kaye Booth,

with police saying he admitted to his ex-girlfriend that he had left an audio-recording device in her dormitory room and captured “very candid” conversations. 

He was released Friday afternoon on his own recognizance.

"We're doing this again. It's surreal," Hardy, 21, 

told Booth in their pre-performance interview.

An "Idol" archive clip showed the moment after Hardy's 2018 show audition 

when judge Luke Bryan predicted, "I think if you ain't careful you might win 'American Idol.'"