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Tuesday, 25 May 2010

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American Idol Producer Simon Shindlebocker (L) and Director Simon Witleywine (R).

HOLLYWOOD - The producers of American Idol have just announced that the season's finale which will pit Ohioan Lee DeWyze against the Illinois girl Crystal Bowersox will be one for the books.

Simon Shindlebocker, AI producer said that they are still finalizing the fine details but Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones, who are listed as the oldest rock and roll band in the entire world will be performing on the American Idol stage.

Shindlebocker said that the Stones will sing a 27-song medley of their biggest hits. And Shindlebocker wants it known that in their entire 50 year career, the Rolling Stones, unlike Britney Spears, Ashlee Simpson, Whitney "Get On Back To" Houston, and The Monkees have never once lip synced.

He said that they have signed a $100,000 clause which stipulates that if Jagger even lip syncs one word the band will forfeit their entire performance fee of $100,000.

Paula "Touchdown" Abdul will also be on hand to lend her hands to the season finale. Abdul will reportedly appear in a skin-tight pink teddy and sing a medley of her 10 hits including "Forever Your Bitch Girl," "Cold Hearted - Warm Groined," and "Blowing Clitty Kisses In The Wind."

And the nation's first lady, Michelle Obama, or as her husband calls her "The First Mama" will be on hand to read the rules of the American Idol finale show.

Michelle will be wearing an animal print sleeveless dress which she recently purchased on sale at Wal-Mart for the amazing price of $19.

To view a total of 48 different sleeveless dresses, blouses, and sweaters modeled by Mrs. President Obama log on to www.michelleaintgotnosleevesbro.hot

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