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American Idol: I AM AT A LOSS

Elizabeth is speechless. The blog site that is myrealitybit.com may be no more. (Half joke ... so don't stop following me.)

A large piece of it has died due to reasons I can not even write about right now because if I do, this cruel shock of a joke may become real.

I will say one thing. At least Adam is not bound by the crap that is "No Boundaries," and he can release a single that people will actually want to hear.

I mean, I got love for Kris Allen. (So cute when he said that Adam deserved it.) But REALLY?!?!?!?!?

Current Emotional Stage Elizabeth Is In: DENIAL

(She will let you know when she is out of hiding.) Right now, she just wants to crawl under her blankie, lie her little head on her Adam Lambert pillow, and pray. Pray that when she wakes up, this will have been all one big nightmare.

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  1. Anonymous5/21/2009

    WTF!!!???...I'm shocked beyond words. Do you have another Lambert pillow for me to weep on?

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  2. connie5/21/2009

    The Goeke group would naturally pick Kris, so...........

    I guess I wasn't surprised but yet I was. Adam took the loss with all the humility and grace that he's displayed all year, and Kris took the win the same way. I wasn't devastated, just a little sad. Adam seriously doesn't need American Idol now, nor does, I believe Allison. Kris on the other hand does need what American Idol can do to get him out there.

    You KNOW that behind Adam's big smile was the realization that he'd NEVER have to sing anything Kara ever writes again.

    Phew.

    So, AI is over for another year. I look forward to "So You Think You Can Dance". You DO follow that one right E?

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