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Thursday, 19 March 2009

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Grace Did One Of Dolly's Biggest Tits..Hits

Fans of "American Idol" eliminated Alexis Grace from the show's eighth season on Wednesday night when they cast the fewest votes for the Memphis singer's rendition of Dolly Parton's "Jolene" during the show's country music-themed week.

"She just didn't have the tits for it", was the general consensus."

Grace, 21, was sent packing after the show's four judges declined to use their onetime per season vetos to save her from elimination at the end of the Grand Ole Opry week.

However, the one doing String Bean's "Eatin's String Beans" as well as Grandpa Jones "Good Ole Mountain Dew" came close as one judge fell over backwards in his chair.

However, Grace's choice of a Dolly song proved to be unwise.

"They were good. I mean, it was good," said judge Simon Cowell after Grace reprised the Dolly hit song that got Grace the fewest fan votes among more than 31 million cast this week. "But they..it wasn't good enough."

On Tuesday, the judges took issue with Grace's choice of the song, "Does Your Chewing Gum Lose It's Flavor On The Bedpost Overnight?" with the show's newest judge, Kara DioGuardi, saying the singer had lost some of her "edge."

Grace was philosophical after her loss, saying "I hope every one of those judges drop dead from big ugly sores filled with pus!"

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