Disclaimer: While I am writing about this subject matter, I don’t have time to actually watch the nonsense that is American Idol. However I make it punishment for my minions who commit unthinkable things around me (like wearing tights as pants…), so they have reported this information back to me.
Turns out the feud between judges Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj is taking the spotlight from the pitchy no-talent hopeful contestants who are auditioning on the show right now. I mean… I can’t say I’m totally shocked. I’ve definitely been in verbal wars with others to steal the spotlight, so I know how it is. But I’m hearing that the two of them are kind of annoying with it.
Perhaps we can put an end to it now. Shall we just declare a winner and move on? Check out the gallery below to see some of their snarkiest comments and then vote in the poll to say who wins.
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"I didn’t go to no music school. I went to the school of f****ing life." - About a contestant who went to a fancy music schoolPhoto Credit: Twitter
"Oh, you’re right. I’m sorry I can’t help her. Maybe I should just get off the f****ing panel." - After an argument with the judges about a contestantPhoto Credit: Twitter
"We can have accessories? If I would have known that I would've brought my dog. Alright, that’s the last thing I’m going to say." - Mariah commenting on Nicki's hatPhoto Credit: Twitter
"We were gonna play nice, Why did you have to reference my hat?” - To MariahPhoto Credit: WENN
"If she called me something that begins with a 'B' and ends in an 'itch', I rebuke it."Photo Credit: Twitter
"I’m not f**king putting up with her highness over there — figure it the f**k out, figure it out!" - Off camera, about MariahPhoto Credit: Twitter
“Shut the f**k up — finish the show — I’m done!” - Right before getting up and walking outPhoto Credit: Twitter
"That was my move. I was gonna do that the next time she ragged on me." - After Nicki walked out
Molly Barlow might as well be wearing a scarlet letter. Everybody in the small town knows about her painful betrayal of her boyfriend Patrick Donnelly with his brother Gabe. Now, surrounded by gossip and prying eyes, Molly must somehow survive 99 days in her old home town before she leaves for college.