Skip to comments.REVELATION: Many American Idol Contestants MUST BE DUmmies!!
Posted on 02/01/2006 1:21:35 PM PST by RogerWilko
After watching American Idol for numerous seasons, I have come to the conclusion that a GREAT DEAL of these contestants have GOT TO BE DUmmies!!
Anyone who watches the show would have to agree that some of these people are SOOOOO CLUELESS to their singing ability... It's TOTALLY UNBELIEVABLE!! This must be the type of universe a lot of the DUmmies live in... An ALTERNATE UNIVERSE!! I mean, how can some of those people on the show, that have seriously gone there to audition... Think that they can ACTUALLY sing???!!
This has GOT TO BE the way some of the idiots think on the DUmmie side... Even though something makes NO LOGICAL SENSE, they are willing to run with it, NO MATTER how STUPID it may make them look! They don't think it's illogical or stupid... They think they are RIGHT!! Just like a BUNCH of those contestants think they are the BEST SINGERS in the world, since the development of sliced bread!
I thought I might just throw that out there since it popped into my head while I was watching last night. I think it's got some validity! Throw in your comments at will!!
I'm right with you on that. The tryouts are hilarious. The funniest thing is that some of those morons really think they can sing! Others are just trying to get on TV.
"Like I totally don't know what you are talking about."
I'm really working this graphic today. LOL
I'm TRYIN', but it seems to be STUCK!! I might need a NEW keyboard!
I think that Weirdball ACTUALLY thought "it" was something special! Yeah, "it" WAS special, but not in the way "it" wanted to be. They definitely draw some oddballs!
thanks for the pings!
I doubt most of them have ever heard of DU, or President Bush, for that matter!
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