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March 13, 2007

I Might Just be Voting for Sanjaya on "American Idol."

By: The Dude on the Right
After watching "American Idol" last week I have a prediction that next season there might be some changing in how the top twelve finalists are picked, namely that from the "top 24" to the "top twelve" the judges will have a vote for who gets booted, kind of like how the voting is handled for "Dancing With the Stars," where the judge's scores are averaged with the phone-in vote.  From the looks on Randy, Paula, and Simon's faces, they did not seemed pleased with everyone who made it to the top twelve.

And since I'm not that pleased with everyone who made it to the top twelve either, and after listening to Howard Stern this morning, I am really close to jumping on the "Vote for the Worst" bandwagon and pledge my allegiance to Sanjaya.  As I write this I am even closer to trying to keep Sanjaya around, especially after witnessing Brandon's opening number for tonight's show, where he forgot the words to the song after his "Elvis Pelvic-Thrust Maneuver."  I suppose I'll see how Gina does, since she's from my neck of the woods, but for now, as Howard put it, I would love to see Simon pulling out his hair as Sanjaya gets closer to being our next "American Idol."

That’s it for this one! I’m The Dude on the Right!! L8R!!!

Posted by Rightdude at March 13, 2007 7:38 PM


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