HOLLYWOOD - After months of speculation, innuendo, and double entendres, it is now official that Randy "The Dawg" Jackson will no longer be a judge on American Idol.
Jackson who had been with the music reality show since the very beginning was told by the shows Producer Simon Shindlebocker that his judging services were no longer needed.
According to Vodka Vermicelli with iRumors, Jackson asked why he was being dumped and he was told because the show had received thousands of letters, emails, and text messages saying tht they had gotten bored of hearing Jackson refer to every performer male or female as 'Dawg."
Randy also over used the term "Yo, yo, yo, dawg, that song was just a little too pitchy for me."
Miss Vermicelli pointed out that Jackson used that particular phrase at least 3.5 times a show.
Randy was also told he was being let go as an American Idol judge to make room for a new fresh judge who hopefully will insult and attack the shows host Ryan "Peaches" Seacrest the way that Simon "The Sultan of Sarcasm" Cowell used to banter back and forth with Ryan.
The word on the set of American Idol is that Jackson could be kept on the payroll in the capacity of being a mentor but only under the condition that he refrains from using the two-letter word "Yo."
SIDENOTE: Miss Vermicelli stated that Shindlebocker had confided in her that they are currently in talks with none other than the Queen of Mean, Joan Rivers to be a new judge.