Jennifer Lopez Is Absolutely Livid At The Fact That 'American Idol' Contestant Casey Abrams Kissed Her

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Friday, 22 April 2011

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Jennifer Lopez shown relaxing at her Hollywood Hills mansion 'Casa Booty.'

LOS ANGELES - The woman who People Magazine has just named 'The Most Beautiful Woman In The World' is not a happy camper and in fact she is extremely upset.

Jennifer Lopez, who has been a fan of American Idol contestant Casey "The Stand Up Bass" Abrams admitted to a reporter for Bedroom Pillow Talk that she did not appreciate Abrams taking the liberty of kissing her on the cheek during his recent performance.

Lopez said that Casey not only disrespected her but he also disrespected her husband (Mark Anthony) and the couples two-year-old twins Max and Emme.

The woman who replaced Kara DioGuardi said that she realizes now that she never should have told Casey that she thought that he was sexy since apparently it went to his head.

She also spoke to the shows host Ryan "Peaches" Seacrest and let him know that she now regrets having voted to give Casey the "Save Card" after the American Idol viewers had voted him off the show a few weeks ago.

Lopez, known as "La Tush" said that by saving Abrams it meant that the judges were not able to save the singer who most of The AI viewers realize was the best singer of the season and the odds-on-favorite to win, Pia Toscano.

An American Idol inside source has stated that executives of the show have warned Casey Abrams that if he even touches J.Lo on any future show they will have no choice but to disqualify him.

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