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American Idle

In the doldrums of summer there’s nothing better to keep an idle American interested in American Idol (see what I just did there?) than to leak stories about the coming season’s panel of judges.  After the Ellen experiment exploded (oooh, nice alliteration) in the executive producers’ faces things looked about as bleak as Kara DioGuardi’s next paycheck. (Who?)
But now, Idolettes, word comes of a truly unique pairing of pop music people to join Randy Jackson (who?) on the judges’ dais.
The first is Aerosmith lead singer Steven “Living On The Edge” Tyler who himself let it slip he’d been pegged to replace Simon Cowell.
Um, these ears are gettin’ old. Can you crank it down a notch?
Next up is Jennifer “I was Ben Afleck’s main squeeze but then I married Marc Anthony” Lopez.  Nice pair.  Hey! I mean the pair of J.Lo and Tyler.
Woah! Is that thing for real?
If J.Lo and Tyler are the best they can come up with, then what are the producers thinking?  And they haven’t even gotten the three judges together to see if they click.  Can’t you just imagine how that meeting will go?
Randy: Hey Dawg, wassup?
Steven: J.Lo’s got a gun..
J.Lo: I’m not gunnin’ for ya, Steve.  I’m just “Feelin’ So Good”
Randy: Was it much of a “Journey” for you guys to get here?
Steven: Not at all. I was in the neighbourhood so all I had to do was “Walk This Way”
J.Lo: Hey guys, “Let’s Get Loud”
Steven: Yeah, if we’re to make this work we’ll have to show some “Sweet Emotion”
Randy: Wow, Dawg.
J.Lo: I think you’re right Steve.  I think we’re getting along now and I just knew we would.  Actually I’ve just been “Waiting For Tonight”
Steven: Oh, me too.  And I “Don’t Want To Miss A Thing”
Randy: Damn, Dawg, you and the lady are so fine.  I’m happy to be in your posse.
Steven: “Dream On”
J.Lo: C’mon guys we need to get along. We need to show some admiration for one another.  After all “Love Don’t Cost A Thing”
Randy: That’s right, Dawg.  Hey, look there’s Ryan Seacrest. Have you guys met him yet?
Steven: “Dude Looks Like A Lady”
Fat? Yeah, I was fat. I had man-boobs out to here, Dawg.
This post originally appeared at The Parody Files


Comments

Anonymous said…
Hee hee.

I admit I have a crush on Steven Tyler. I know he's weird looking, but dang he is all that and a bag of chips!

rrrrRRRRrrrr.

And I said whoa as I read whoa on that J-lo pic!

Tell me that was photo-shopped!

But (pun intended) they look like they make a great pillow! hee hee
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: I've never seen anyone do rrrRRRRrrrr in print before. Hell, I can't even do it in real life (as I sit here trying to do it - ha,ha,ha)...which probably keeps me out of a lot of trouble. Yeah, J.Lo's definitely got some junk in her trunk!
Ziva said…
What can I say, I guess they just have to get "Back In The Saddle" after Simon left. Let's just hope the new judges bring some new blood to the show, it was getting a little "Jaded."
nonamedufus said…
Ziva: Hey, way to go. I'm proud of you, Ziva. Well done! I thought I covered most of Aerosmith's songs but I don't Walk on Water! This post had it's ups and downs - kinda like Love In An Elevator.
Don said…
Hahaha. Glad you're back and in action. Not sooo glad about the new American Idol judges. I watch that show towards the end of the season. Cowell was the only person that told a contest they sucked when they sucked. Too bad. Back to reruns of America's Got Talent and David Hasselhoff's continuing love affair with himself.
nonamedufus said…
Don: To be honest I stopped watching before Paula left. The first half of the season was a hoot with all those people who thought they could sing. But it got to be repetitive so I stopped watching. About the only reality show I watch now is Amazing Race. Oh, and AGT replaced Hasselhoff with Howie Mandell.

Good to be back...and out and about visiting my pals in cyberspace. You guys are hilarious!
That may be the single longest series of puns and double entendres I've ever read in one place.

Congratulations, NoName!

Hard to believe that J-Lo's ass is that large and pokey-outey. She'd have trouble sitting down, I think.
nonamedufus said…
Mike: For the record (get it?) they're mostly song titles.

I tell you if there was a midget in the room, she'd poke his eye out!
Jen said…
I watched one season of Idol and haven't been able to since. I don't care who is one it, though this was pretty funny.
nonamedufus said…
Jen: I'm with you, Jen. Glad you enjoyed the piece!
cardiogirl said…
There is no chance that's JLo. Unless that's a butt double.
nonamedufus said…
cardiogirl: Oh that's her. And her butt? About.com says "It is enthroned as an object of veneration on fan websites. It is said to have inspired a new trend in below-the-waist surgical implants. Gossip columnists have worn out thesauri looking for superlatives to describe it — "ample," "deluxe," "abundant," "big."

I don't know where her career is at these days but it seems her best assets are behind her.
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nonamedufus said…
Sweatha: Wow I must be making inroads on the interwebs if a Tamil/Hindu social networking site is interested in me! Thanks.
CatLadyLarew said…
They'd have to build a special chair on the set just for JLo's ass!
nonamedufus said…
CL: In her case that'd be some stool...um, er, chair.
Kelley said…
Ha! I loved how you mixed in the song titles! That is a mess of a show right there. And, seriously, IS that real??
nonamedufus said…
Kelly: Hey, glad you enjoyed it, Dawg. That show is a mess, a REAL mess.
nonamedufus said…
cardiogirl: Oh that's her. And her butt? About.com says "It is enthroned as an object of veneration on fan websites. It is said to have inspired a new trend in below-the-waist surgical implants. Gossip columnists have worn out thesauri looking for superlatives to describe it — "ample," "deluxe," "abundant," "big."

I don't know where her career is at these days but it seems her best assets are behind her.
nonamedufus said…
Mike: For the record (get it?) they're mostly song titles.

I tell you if there was a midget in the room, she'd poke his eye out!

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