Steve Harvey becomes a news reporter, Cartoon Network wants to stop showing cartoons, and ABC decided it would be a good idea to subject everyone to another on-screen version of The Time Traveler's Wife. Never mind all the other stuff -- I just want to know who thought it'd be funny to put crack in everyone's OJ this morning.
According to someone who knows someone who knows someone else, the most recently voted off contestants from the top 24 American Idol cast will be competing for a chance to score a permanent 11th spot on the American Idol tour.
I can only pray to the Kelly Clarkson of Gods that this isn't a mere rumor, and that there is a possibility that Danny Noriega will in fact return to re-claim the titles of diva, divo and my only reason for watching Idol. Sure, Danny has moved on to bigger and gayer things like the Rosie O'Donnell cruise, but I whole-heartedly believe that with the help of his pop-and-lock moves, he can single handedly sell out an entire arena (and the gay club afterwards).This "wild card" event will supposedly take place during Idol Gives Back (airing April 9), but whether they will be judged based on singing, popularity or who can tell Simon off in 0.8 seconds (just remember Danny boy, it's all in the attitude of the neck), is still unconfirmed.