>American Idol Observations

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>I would like to implore the producers of American Idol to ban the following songs from the auditions:

  1. Fallen by Alicia Keys
  2. Black Velvet by Alannah Myles
  3. And I am Telling You by Jennifer Holiday
  4. Lady Marmalade by LaBelle
  5. Any song by Celine Dion
  6. Any song by Mariah Carey
  7. Any song by Whitney Houston
  8. Any song by Paula Abdul (it’s just embarrassing)

Have I forgotten any?

I have to say that last night’s episode was a little boring. I guess I’m too used to the format the producers have created for this initial round. There aren’t enough contestants who are borderline. There are too many freaks. For example the whorish Britney Spears wannabe. Simon asks her three times about her unnaturally orange tan and she just doesn’t understand the question. Honey, have you heard about skin cancer?

Other than that nutbar, there just was the usual screamers who thought they were the greatest thing since sliced bread and couldn’t understand the criticism they received. Where is the crazy girl who thought Mark McGrath was hot because the voices in her head told her so? And Simon, if you tell one more chick to lose weight I’m going to clock you. Start saying that to guys, too or shut your yap about it.

Can we also have a little less Seacrest time? I don’t care about all the people standing out in the rain to get in. I don’t want to see Seacrest interact with the locals. I don’t need a recap of the last four seasons. If you haven’t gotten the gist of the show by now, you are too stupid to be a functioning part of society.

4 thoughts on “>American Idol Observations

  1. a-[e]

    >I watched part of last night’s and tonight’s shows. I always say I’m not going to….

    If anything, American Idol is repeated proof that no matter how terrible someone is at something, there will always be people who tell them otherwise. How else can you explain all of those talentless contestants and their supportive families? Of course, then they see Ryan Seacrest is gainfully employed and think being a talentless loser can pay off…

  2. gigi

    >I am so glad someone else besides me watched that shit. My boyfriend refused to be in the same room with me 🙂
    That chick with the orange face and the ebb-and-tide attitude with the vacant, scantily-clad mother just appalled me… christ, SFChick – these kids are our future! We’re screwed!

  3. SFChick74

    >ae: Too true. Seacrest is a tool. I saw him in a restaurant in SF before he got big time and he was sitting there like he was the best thing since sliced bread. At this time he was still on KTVU!

    Gigi: I’ve known that future generations are doomed ever since Britney Spears made it big.

    Sonic Reducer: It’s so bad it’s good.


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