Written by Abel Rodriguez

Friday, 22 March 2013

image for American Idol's Paul Jolley Sent Back To Tennessee
Ryan said that he went out and bought a pair of $900 imported Italian shoes to help him get over Julianne Hough.

HOLLYWOOD - Five days ago the city of Palmersville, Tennessee gave Paul Jolley the key to the city and it's a good thing since PJ is the latest American Idol contestant to be sent home.

When Paul first heard that he was in this week's Bottom 3, he turned to AI host Ryan "Peaches" Seacrest and asked, "Look at the card again Ryan, are you sure it says Paul Jolley and not Lazaro Arbos?"

Many viewers felt that Lazaro would be going home after he had his Wednesday night meltdown after Randy "The Dawg" Jackson hammered him about not being in the same league as Candice Glover and Burnell Taylor.

Jackson also made some out-of-line remarks about the bright yellow shirt and bright red shoes that Arbos wore.

The 21-year-old Florida native said he wore them because his Grandmother Rosarita Juarez, 84, had sewn the shirt and his Grandfather Ricardo Juarez, 87, had made the shoes.

Also in the Bottom 3 were Devin "Unicorn" Velez and Amber Foggy" Holcomb. Nicki Minaj gave Amber the nickname because of the fog machine that malfunctioned during her rehearsal performance.

Woody The Wonder Woodchuck hit on all seven of his predictions. He correctly predicted that Paul Jolley would be going home. Woody is now 11-2 for the year.

In Related News. Angie Miller was told by the shows producers that she really needs to try and cut back on her beauty pageant theatrics because it could end up costing her a lot of votes especially in the Great Lakes area.

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

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