by Mischalova at

First, we had to say goodbye to Haley Scarnato and her legs.

Now, American Idol viewers have finally bid farewell to Sanjaya Malakar and his hair.

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The bandanna look just didn't work for Sanjaya this week. And the poor singing probably didn't help, either. He and Lakisha Jones received the fewest number of votes - and when Ryan Seacrest told the world it was finally time for Malakar to go home, the 17-year old fought back tears.

Nevertheless, Sanjaya had a great run. He may never sell as many records as Carrie Underwood, but far less talented people (we're looking at you, Kim Kardashian) have made it big.

We just hope Sanjaya's next career move isn't to pose nude with a guitar. Let's leave that up to his sister, Shyamali Malakar.

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The war in Iraq and Sanjaya Malakar.

These are pretty much the two most debated topics in the country right now. With that in mind, let's hear what certain celebrities have to say about this American Idol hopeful:

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Mary J. Blige: I don't think he's horrible, but everybody's making it where he's just horrible. I've heard worse.

Diana DeGarmo: I believe more power to him. If he can do it, go for it.

Joel Madden: I'm hoping he wins because Howard Stern has been trying to get him votes, and I love Howard.

Kevin Nealon: I'm not a 'Fanjaya,' but I like that he's still in there. It's fun seeing how long Sanjaya will stay.

Haylie Duff: I've only seen his hairdos. I've never heard him sing.

Kevin Bacon: Young kids like him because he's so fresh-faced and open. That's the appeal, I think. American Idol is for people to have fun, to be entertained. You can't take it too seriously.

Adam Goldberg: Just because it's a train wreck, I'd like to see Sanjaya win to see if there's some crazy revolution that takes place. I think it's the same reason I watch that show and other shows like it for that matter. I think I â€" and America in general â€" just like to hate things. I wish I was above that, but I'm not. So I enjoy things that piss me off.

Rex Lee (Entourage): He's incredibly entertaining! I love that his hair is different every week. It's ingenious.

The next issue celebrities will weigh in on? Whether or not CariDee English is a zombie.

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Last night's celebrity coach, Tony Bennett, has made 106 albums. In other words: these American Idol contestants have a looooong way to go.

But they all treated viewers to solid performances last night, as none of the renditions could be considered bombs. And, yes, that even includes Sanjaya Malakar. He was decked out in a white suit and sang as off-key as ever. Yet he didn't make us wanna destroy our own eardrums for once.

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The performer most criticized by the judges last night was Haley Scarnato. We're not sure why. Then again, we may have been distracted by the beauty's plunging neckline. She seems to be following the Alaina Alexander school of American Idolatry.

Not that there's anything wrong with that.

On the non-Malakar male side, Blake Lewis shined again. He may not have the best vocal talent in the world, but this beat boxer adds a fresh spin to any song he performs.

But no one does that as much as Melinda Doolittle. She may be the best singer American Idol has ever seen. After all, no one has previously received the sort of compliment Simon Cowell dished out to this talent last night:

He can't find anything to criticize her about. Wow.

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by Mischalova at

Apparently, a few people sang on American Idol last night.

That's what we've been told, at least. But forgive us by being distracted by Sanjaya Malakar; or, more specifically, his hair. If that's what you can even call last night's mohawk-like mop atop his head.

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The contestant that actually manages to leave Simon Cowell speechless due to his poor performances attempted to make like a rock star last night. Instead, he made the blue hair on that loser, Perez Hilton, look cool.

In actual singing news from the show: Guest judge Gwen Stefani helped the Idols choose songs that were actually written in the last quarter century. A nice change of pace from previous editions.

As usual, Melinda Doolittle was impressive. And Blake Lewis cemented his status as the male to beat at least.

It's hard to say who will get voted off tonight, but Haley Scarnato may be in trouble. If that's the case, we have some advice for this American Idol cutie:

Show up topless. That seems to be the attention-grabbing strategy of former Idol hopeful, Alaina Alexander.

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Sanjaya Malakar survived to sing poorly for another week after last night's American Idol results show.

This may make the stomach of many fans turn - but it makes one particular one grumble for food. And, no, we're not talking about Nicole Richie.

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Some idiot desperate for attention - or at least a hobby - and going by the name of "J" on her MySpace account has taken up a hunger strike until Sanjaya is voted out of the competition. Here's what she has to say:

Aside from the initial debacle with contestant Antonella Barba, season 6 was starting to look like it may be actually very good.

The big voices of Melinda Doolittle and LaKisha Jones, the innovative styling's of Blake Lewis, and the smooth R&B of Phil Stacey are just a few of the hopefuls with immense potential.

However, there is one hinge in this broad spectrum of talent this year ... Sanjaya Malakar.

We have no problems with Sanjaya personally, he seems like a very personable and charming young man. However, he does NOT belong on American Idol. The judges faltered with their decision to place him in the final 24, and American Idol voters have done even worse by keeping him on.

So until the day that Sanjya is no longer American Idol, I will be going on a hunger strike.

Wow. Imagine how these person will feel if Heather Mills makes it far on Dancing with the Stars. Can one even go on a double hunger strike?

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And by "fight," of course, we mean "sing as badly as Brooke Hogan."

On American Idol last night, viewers continued to have a brain freeze. Sure, Sanjaya Malakar was included in the bottom three finally ... but apparently he wasn't considered a worse vocalist than Brandon Rogers.

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The former backup singer for Christina Aguilera was sent packing, as Sanjaya remained once more, despite an awful rendition of "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" on Tuesday night.

At this rate, with all apologies to Melinda Doolittle, Malakar might as well be considered the favorite. If the last few weeks of ear drum-numbing singing doesn't get him booted off, what will?!? And it's not as though he's that good looking, right, ladies?

At least Antonella Barba gave us some reason to vote for her, despite her subpar vocals. But we don't see Sanjaya nude anywhere, so what's the deal?

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