Petra Nemcova Strikes Back with ... Sanjaya Malakar?
Take this, James Blunt!
Take this, James Blunt!
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.
He's already been named girl of the day.
But even we didn't expect Sanjaya Malakar to take it this far.
This honor may be more rewarding that a spot in the finals of American Idol.
Or maybe not.
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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It's hard to say how that affects his judgment, but the former MTV video jockey has chosen a surprising American Idol favorite this year.
Sanjaya Malakar is a budding music god.
He takes his influence from many popular musicians of our time, butchering their songs and worming his way into America's collective heart with each brutal week.
Everyone's weighing in on the phenomenon that is American Idol.
That includes the feisty Rose McGowan, who recently revealed her favorite contestant.
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.
If Boston Market starts to support Heather Mills, then we're outta here.
It's difficult enough to stick around now that Kentucky Fried Chicken has decided to capitalize on the mess that is Sanjaya Malakar with a bizarre marketing campaign.
ABC and FOX may be competitors, but they have something in common when it comes to their top-rated reality TV shows: outraged fans.
On American Idol, followers of actual music talent cannot believe that Sanjaya Malakar is still on the show. On Dancing with the Stars, meanwhile, followers of moral human beings are saying the same thing about Heather Mills.