American Idol judge Simon Cowell had affair with David Hernandez!

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Wednesday, 5 March 2008


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"It's Raining Men!!!!"

In an incident that will take the stripping world and the musical world by storm, E! News has recently revealed* that American Idol music contestant (ex music contestant a day after this article is published) David Hernandez had an openly gay affair with American Idol mean-queen Simon Cowdung.

What this means is that Simon Cowdung will have to leave the show after a seven year long stint, in which he's changed his man-boobs as many times as he's said "you looked like you were dancing at your friends wedding, completely drunk."

Simon, you would definitely know what that looks like, wouldn't you...

In the meanwhile, the producers of the show have demanded David to striptease for their cameras while singing "it's raining men" to compensate for the losses they have incurred.

His controversy surrounding American Idol has attracted a large chunk of the gay population to watch the show, and some like Danny Norie-gay have also participated in it.

No wonder Ryan Seacrest is experimenting with his skirts to impress them!

Randy Jackson's only comment on this issue was "yo dawg, no dawg, I'm like woah dawg!"

Paula Abdul was "dancing like there's no tomorrow" when we approached her for comments"...

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