American Idol Reject Lilly Scott Cries Out "I Don't Know What America Wants To Hear?" (Here's A Hint: It Ain't You!)

Written by Abel Rodriguez

Friday, 12 March 2010

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Kara DioGuardi shown shaving her legs for her British BFF.

HOLLYWOOD - The tallest girl in this year's bunch of American Idol females Lilly Scott was sent packing back to the "Mile High City" Denver, Colorado.

Lilly "Not So Great" Scott sang an old Patsy Cline song that was written during the American Civil War. The song "I Fall To Pieces" tells the story of a Confederate sharpshooter who falls out of a Mississippi cypress tree and unfortunately lands on a cavalry saber.

Randy "The Yo Dawg" Jackson told her that her hair was way too bleached out. He then said that it was definitely a bad song choice especially since it is one of the most popular KKK songs ever written.

Ellen said that being from the south (New Orleans) she caught the double entendres of some of the song lyrics and admitted that frankly she was quite surprised to hear those words coming out of the mouth of a 20-year-old Rocky Mountain girl.

Kara "The Cougar" DioGuardi managed to tear herself away from Simon Cowell's shoulder long enough to say that she did not like the song.

She giggled and admitted that she did not really get to hear the song because of the fact that she was too busy playing 'footsie' underneath the judges desk with Simon the "Sultan of Sarcasm."

And finally Simon said that he was kind of getting a bit tired of Kara salivating all over him. He told Ryan (Seacrest) that his fiancée Mezhan Hussainy, an ex-Afghani freedom fighter, had told him to tell the Yankee bitch that she had better keep her freakin' hands off of her soon-to-be-husband.

SIDENOTE: Oh yes. And the other three AI singers that also bit the musical dust along with "Not So Great" Scott were Katelyn "Poodle Hair" Epperly, Alex "The Other" Lambert, and Todrick "No Running In The" Hall.

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