So Does This Mean American Idol Is Over Now?

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  1. Kenysha75

    Kenysha75 New Member

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    Because Simon Cowell is finding it hard to go on without Paula Abdul's hot NyQuil breath making his titty hairs tingle, he has decided that the upcoming season of American Idol will be his last. Don't worry, Simon will continue to destroy dreams and kill futures on the US version of X-Factor, which will premiere on Fox in Fall 2011. Simon made the announcement this afternoon:

    "We reached an agreement formally at about half past 10 this morning. Where we have come to and agreed is that X Factor will launch in America in 2011, with me judging the show and exec producing the show. Because of that this will be my last season on 'American Idol,' this year. I felt like doing something different. I want to leave Idol this year bigger and better than it's been before."
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    When Simon was asked if he has plans to lure Paula to X-Factor by leaving a trail of Vicodin bits from her house to the studio (Warning to Simon: You may attract a Lohan instead), he said, "I adore Paula. Whatever happens with her, I will be working with her in some capacity because I miss her."

    So I guess somebody should hand Ryan Gaycrest a shovel (make sure it's toddler-sized) so he can start digging Idol's grave, because that s*it cannot go on without Simon. That show runs off of Simon's words of bit*hery. Without him, all you've got is LockJaw McDumbTits, Randy Jackson and Ellen Degeneres. Yeah, exactly. American Idol without Simon Cowell is like Roomba Cat without a Roomba.
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  2. papa_levante

    papa_levante oh! darling

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    It had to end sometime. The only big names to have come from them are Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood, and Chris Daughtry. Everyone else had their 15 minutes and have kept a low profile. -_- Seems as if they have dished out enough talent.
     
  3. lanvinray

    lanvinray Well-Known Member

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    It's about time for Simon to bring his own reality show in America! Bye Bye American Idol :lol:
     
  4. Teja

    Teja Blood On The Leaves

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    Noo! I love Simon and American Idol!:cry:
     
  5. LagerfeldBoy

    LagerfeldBoy Active Member

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    It's definitely over. I mean with Simon out, you have that "yo-yo" saying Randy Jackson that's probably the least mentioned out of the whole American Idol empire and then you have that one new member that I still to this day don't even know her name. Then there's also Ellen who I personally think is one of those "trying to be funny" type of people and who has, imo, no interesting factor to keep me watching. Atleast with Simon and Paula, it was funny and captured my attention. You gotta love Simons bitchiness and Paula's little crazy behaviors that will be missed.
     
  6. *k.a.t.e*

    *k.a.t.e* New Member

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    X Factor is essentially the same thing...we had Pop Idol replaced by it in 2004, they're all much the same thing with a different name.
     
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