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Sound Bite of the Week

"I wouldn't be so quick to congratulate him. Number one, two people are going home next week now. Second piece of bad news -- Next week. It's disco week.
-Simon Cowell (on last night's Idol after tears and cheers when Matt got saved.)

Ay-ca-rum-ba. Why do I have a disturbing inkling that Lil might rock this genre? (But I have also thought this about "Songs From The Year You Were Born," "Mo-Town," and "I-Tunes." So maybe everything will be okay after all.)
P.S. How cute is Kris Allen in this pic? Or how cute were all the Idols for that matter when they rallied around Matt, seeming genuinely happy for him and not worried that the "Save" is no longer?

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  1. Heheheh...Simon was an instant buzz-kill with that one. If Lil doesn't rock 'em (can you say that for Disco???) with that genre, she really should be gone... Have a good day... ~J~

    P.S. Still wish Matt would do something with that Mountain on his forehead... is distracting as all hell...

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  2. for some reason my response didn't post when i wrote it earlier (ha! i can't even figure out my own blog!)
    yes. those were probably two of the most classic lines to ever be spoken on idol.
    and while this genre seems like it should come on a silver platter, given her failure rate, she'll find a way to bomb it.
    and it probably doesn't have to be said, but i'll take the boil over the you-know-what anyday.
    now disco . . . hmmmmm. it should be interesting. predictions to come. :)

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