Adam Lambert Could Be Replacing Randy "The Dawg" Jackson On American Idol

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Monday, 9 July 2012

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The microphone that American Idol's first winner Kelly Clarkson used back in 2002. (Photo courtesy of Simon Cowell).

LOS ANGELES - After eleven seasons and 438 episodes the longest sitting judge on American Idol Randy "The Yo Yo Man" Jackson could be uttering his last "Yo, yo dawg" on the top rated musical reality show.

The powers that be, who are known for shaking things up, have hinted that they could be bringing in the flamboyant Adam Lambert to take over Jackson's judge's seat and spruce things up a bit.

Lambert participated on the show during season eight and took second place being beaten out by Kris Allen, yes Kris Allen from Arkansas.

Ryan "Peaches" Seacrest was asked by Taffeta Kixx with iRumors about the rumors that Jackson was being terminated due to the fact that the shows executives simply got tired of him saying the phrase, "Ah yo, yo, lissen up dawg, that was just too pitchy for me."

Seacrest giggled and avoided the question by pointing out that a fan in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, Ashlynette Noodlernoogin, 17, had written in and stated that in eleven seasons of American Idol, Randy had uttered the word 'pitchy' a total of 2,629 times and the word 'yo' a total of 4,819 times.

Bernadette Penderlicki, the shows producer also mentioned that Jackson has a habit of overdressing with outlandish outfits and whimsical colors.

She commented that there are over 16 million different colors in the world and in eleven seasons Randy has managed to wear a little over 13,000 of those colors.

Ryan was also asked about the interesting coincidence that the last five American Idol winners have all been "WGWG's."

Seacrest asked what those letters stood for and Miss Kixx told him that they stood for White Guy With Guitar.

"Peaches" smiled as he took a drink from his glass of milk and remarked that he had not really noticed.

In News From South America. The government of Chile has asked the government of Argentina if it could possibly purchase several million acres of land so that it (Chile) doesn't look so darn anorexic.

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