8 entries from srah blah blah tagged with 'american idol 3':


'I'll be seeing YOU at my MALL!'

Yet another rollicking season of American Idol is at an end. If you don't want to know who won and have the surprise spoiled for you, then read no further and go scratch out your eyes and plug up your ears, because it's hard to miss. I think two words defined the evening: Wardrobe Malfunctions. Fantasia's first words on discovering that she'd won the competition were a teary, "I broke my shoe!" - this coming after she'd already broken her necklace. When they brought the Final 12 back together for one last hurrah, they were all in yellow and white....

srah - Thursday, 27 May 2004 - 2:47 PM
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Rhythm is gonna get you... to dance?

This week's American Idol theme is the music of Gloria Estefan. John Stevens, we hardly knew ya. Oh god, this is going to be painful....

srah - Monday, 26 April 2004 - 9:13 AM
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Jezzles says it's the best place he's ever been

Ever since I found out this week's American Idol theme is Elton John, I've been hearing Elton John songs wherever I go. So, thanks to this careful research, I am able to bring you this observation: Unacceptable songs to sing include Crocodile Rock, Benny & the Jets, Candle in the Wind and Circle of Life. If I hear any of these songs tonight, I will throw up and not vote for you! Yes, even you, John Stevens! If you forgo your birthright ("Daniel") and sing any of those rotten, overplayed songs, you are banished from my favor! AI prediction for...

srah - Tuesday, 6 April 2004 - 7:34 PM
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Fun with nesting ordered lists

My latest thoughts on American Idol: I didn't realize they told us these things in advance, but according to the AI website, this week's theme is Elton John. Boooo! While I like Elton John and I think people could do interesting things with it, I have heard rumours about a Show Tune week and I am still praying for the Neil Diamond Extravaganza. If America were not smoking crack, the next people eliminated would be: Camile Velasco Jon Peter Lewis Jennifer Hudson Fantasia Barrino Diana DeGarmo John Stevens* Jasmine Trias George Huff ... leaving Latoya London as the winner. However,...

srah - Saturday, 3 April 2004 - 1:26 PM
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Dream

I dreamt last night that I was in the audience for this week's American Idol. It was not on the usual stage - I think it was the stage at Pioneer High School. The judges weren't there, but I guess they were watching it on TV and would call in their comments. I was only able to see the first contestant before I woke up. John Stevens came out in a yellow bell-bottomed suit with a ruffly orange shirt and was surrounded by a pack of children who were supposed to chase him around the stage like adoring fans as...

srah - Saturday, 3 April 2004 - 9:39 AM
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She's always a trailer for sale or rent to me...

Dear John Stevens, It is sick sick sick that I can't take my eyes off of you when you're singing and I want you to be singing to me and I get your songs in my head for weeks after your performances. You are 16 years old and besides, tbone has already laid claim to you. I'm afraid it can never work between us, sweetie, so please stop giving me that entirely inappropriate 16-year-old come-hither look while you sing and making me want to jump into the TV. Sincerely, The Demon Dog (No, ha ha, just kidding) SRAH...

srah - Wednesday, 24 March 2004 - 7:07 AM
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Ah, William Hung. You are a household name.

... in our household anyway. (During a discussion of the Democratic candidates) me: The thing about Wes Clark is, he has no political experience. Dad: Yeah, and he has no professional training of singing....

srah - Monday, 9 February 2004 - 8:41 PM
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She bangs! Out some excuses!

tbone and I have come to the following agreement: American Idol is ruining our lives. We were both unhappy this week. We have decided that this is because we wasted most of our evenings by watching American Idol. Then after wasting our evenings in pointless entertainment, we had to either feel guilty about not doing homework during that time or feel tired when we stayed up after AI, doing said homework. Wouldn't you think that would make me resolve to stop watching the show, because it's interfering with my schoolwork and my happiness? No such luck. It's bonding time with...

srah - Saturday, 7 February 2004 - 2:04 PM
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