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Friday, 1 April 2011

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Pia Toscano, again ignored the 3 judges advice and sang 'another' ballad while standing on 'one' spot.

LOS ANGELES - American Idol host Ryan Seacrest stood on the stage with the "Bottom 3" contestants and quickly told Paul "The Shoe Shuffler" McDonald that he was safe.

Peaches Seacrest then turned to the two remaining "Bottom 3ers" Naima "Jumpin' Jack" Adedapo and Thia "Little Carrie Ann" Megia and without saying a word handed Na-Na and Thi-Thi, as he had nicknamed them, their bus tickets back home.

Adedapo uttered some expletives that caused the American Idol censor to place the AI blue logo all over her teeth. Megia simply asked if she could have Steven Tyler's autograph before she left to go back home.

Seacrest told her that they really did not have time for that now because the brand new FOX show Mobbed with host Howie "Don't Touch Me" Mandel was getting ready to start.

He did promise her that he would have a stagehand get "Lips" Tyler's autograph and they would email it to her.

The soft-spoken Thia said something inappropriate and the AI censor once again had to make use of the AI blue logo.

The camera then focused in on Georgia contestant Lauren Alaina who was sitting with all of the "Safe Singers" and a closeup showed her shedding lots and lots of tears.

An inside, unnamed source later revealed that the reason Lauren was crying was because Adedapo made the best cornbread that Lauren had ever tasted and she was really, really going to miss eating her customary four good-sized pieces before each show.

Meanwhile contestants James Durbin and Paul McDonald, who are two huge professional wrestling fans are all excited because the word is that the song theme for next weeks show is 'Famous Wrestling Songs.'

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