People are stupid.
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People are stupid.
Here's the eight-minute preview of "The X Factor" that I think ran on Fox yesterday.
There have been a slew of rumors about Cheryl Cole since she was reportedly fired four days into filming the U.
Apparently, Kara DioGuardi was on "Lopez Tonight" recently, and discussed an incident a few years ago where she ate pot brownies at Paula Abdul's house.
Although Fox has yet to confirm it, various sources are saying that Cheryl Cole is out as a judge on the American "X Factor," and that she'll be replaced with Nicole Scherzinger, the Pussycat Doll/"Dancing with the Stars" champ who was originally signed to be the show's co-host (Scherzinger has been a guest judge on the British "X Factor").
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CBS is a hegemonic power that churns out largely uninspired programming that Americans love because they don't have to use their brains and they're not curious about finding better shows.
Since CBS's "Live to Dance" premieres tonight, I was originally going to save the video below for tonight's listings.
Paula Abdul returns to television tomorrow as a judge on CBS's "Live to Dance" (of journalism, Julie Chen got the opportunity to interview Paula on CBS's Sunday morning news.
In defiance of logic, the respected professionals in the American Medical Association, and God's clear will, Paula Abdul has another show.
A year after being ousted from "American Idol" because she's a slurring pill-addled mess, Paula Abdul has signed on to be a judge on CBS's forthcoming "Got to Dance" (more on the show here).
Hey America, do you love dancing shows, but wish they were tailored to an older, dumber audience.
Paula Abdul, the slurring mess who left "American Idol" because Fox rightly recognized she wasn't worth the millions of dollars she demanded, is now being pursued by "Dancing with the Stars" -- and ABC has even sweetened the pot enough to allow her to appear on Simon Cowell's "X Factor" on Fox.
Paula Abdul has lined up her first job since leaving "American Idol" because she genuinely believed she deserved to make $10 million a year to slur nonsense in a drugged-up haze.