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Idol Theme For Next Week Revealed!!

Well yesterday (speculations aside), those cruel Idol puppet masters waited up until the last minute to reveal what our weekly theme would be; and today, we have already found out next week's! Apparently, Paula let the cat out of the bag in a radio interview this morning with Phoenix station KISS. Around the 12-minute mark, she announces that it will be 'Songs From the Year You Were Born.'
 

Oh goodie. This will give me plenty of time to do my homework so that I may continue to make those remarkable predictions of mine (wink wink). Looks like the research will be on songs spanning from 1980 to 1992. Well, this should be good, huh? Oh wait, I had the same high hopes for I-Tunes week. Wah, wah, wah. (The interview is worth a listen because it delves into just why it's not such a good idea to talk back to those judges! It also establishes Paula as a more credible human being. She seems like she is really on a steady regiment with those sanity pills. It makes me sad that I can't change that little poll to my right from 'Crazy Paula' to either 'Paula Astute' or 'Perceptive Paula'.)

And speaking of predictions, I am going to look into my glass Idol ball for tonight and foresee Anoop, Megan and I'm torn between Giraud/Lil in the bottom 3, with Megan going bye bye birdie. Agree? Or am I plain craz-ie?

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  1. Anonymous4/02/2009

    Okay- so can I admit that Matt is my fav and has been since the beginning....sooooooo happy he wasn't in the bottom 3 this week YAAAAY!!! Who is your fav?
    Karen

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  2. Well, if you have time on a lazy sunday to read all my posts related to AI back to the very beginning, you will see that I've had a mixed love affair with Matt. (with Danny as well, but we decided to officially part ways last week.)
    I fell in love with Matt right from his audition. But then, as soon as he made the "well this is the artist I wanna be" (Coldplay comment) and decided to all of a sudden rock some fedoras, my heart and interest dropped. but i keep coming back to him. and last night, i felt a twinge of desire for him resurface in me.
    okay, i will stop now.

    hmmmm . . my favorite. well, let me think.
    Oh yeah!!! ADAM!!!!!!!!
    Love him. Love him. Love him. Let me count the ways . . I love his sexy dance moves. I love his crazy hair styles. I love his smart decisions. I love each and every little black finger nail on each one of his sexy fingers. I love the way he seems soooo sweet, yet so mysteriously bad. I love . . well, again. I'll stop now. Getting a little too steamed up (in a good way though.) :-)

    and yes, i was glad matt escaped from the bottom 3. i don't want to see him suffer two weeks in a row. i'm not that cruel.

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  3. and oh yeah, matt is the best piano player (have to say that, b/c i dislike the word pianist), out of the lot!!!

    and boy has never had a piano lesson in his life!!!

    the way he plays those keys . . oh so sexy.

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