America, America, this is you.

Just remember, birth country, you picked this. Now you have to buy its records.

However, we will admit that the American Idol finale show was a bit more exciting than we assumed it would be. What with guest stars like a voiceless Meat Loaf and a voiceless Dionne Warwick, and the return of Kevin Covais, and the surprisingly gayish lead singer of Live, and the don't-you-dare-talk-to-me-Ryan-Seacrest Prince, and the turkey cowboy performance, and the largest-ever Mandisa—we were mildly entertained! But, and you probably know what we're about to say, easily the best, and, by "best," we mean "most thoroughly uncomfortable and creepy and downright terrifying," moment of the evening was when a previous auditionee with delusions of being the next Clay Aiken was dragged out to si...well...why not relive that moment one more time. If you haven't seen this, please do not think we are hyperbolizing. This clip is scarier than being chased by 10 of Elliott Yamin's moms. Yes, it's that scary. Enjoy!


Anonymous said...

Clay Aiken dressing as a door-to-door salesman with a toupee-ish looking haircut was even better.

Anonymous said...

I didn't know Paul Reubens appeared on "American Idol" last night.