Keith Urban Joining American Idol

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Monday, 27 August 2012

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Keith Urban in Reno playing his favorite song "Where The Blacktop Ends." (Photo by Nicole Kidman).

LOS ANGELES - Reports are that American Idol judges Mariah Carey, 42, and Nicki Minaj, 29, will soon be joined by a third American Idol judge Keith Urban, Australian husband of Australian actress Nicole Kidman.

An unnamed, inside source at AI stated that long time judge Randy "The Dawg" Jackson has not been offered a contract.

A spokesperson for the show stated that some of the reality music shows top executives simply got tired of Randy's old redundant statement of "Yo, yo, yo, that was just too pitchy for me dawg."

The spokesperson went on to say that the show officials also grew tired of Jackson's flamboyant outfits and began calling him Lady Gaga on testosterone.

American Idol host Ryan "Peaches" Seacrest, 37, was asked to comment on the new judges and he replied that he really likes Mariah and she is definitely going to be the shows eye candy.

He then said that Keith Urban, 44, will certainly draw in the country music viewers as well as fans of his statuesque actress wife Nicole Kidman.

Seacrest then mentioned Nicki Minaj and smiled as he said that hopefully Minaj will watch her language and remember that many of American Idol's viewers are in the 8 to 12 age range as well as lots of senior citizens in the 55 to 95 age range.

SIDENOTE: Bedroom Pillow Talk reported that Nicole Kidman stipulated to American Idol executives that she does not want her husband to sit next to Mariah Carey.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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