American Idol is fixed! Spoilers!

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One of American Idol staff members has revealed that American Idol is fixed and even blurted out who the top 4 will be. Good going whore! Now i’m going to continue not to watch.

One of the hit show’s staffers is running around telling anyone who’ll listen that the team of producers and judges has already picked the final four contestants — despite the fact that 11 kids are still battling to be the latest pop star.

The female “AI” worker told a “group of people that the last four are going to be Danny Gokey, Lil Rounds, Adam Lambert and Alexis Grace,” said our insider. Asked if this was opinion or actual fact, the staffer vehemently retorted, “Those ARE the people,” saying it wasn’t mere speculation.

Is it really shocking? The ratings are down what else do you expect them to do?

Hurray American Idol is over!

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The scripted hit show American Idol finally ended tonight revealing the winner. Congrats to the winner and the prize is to never been heard from again.

So who won cause you like me has a thing against watching terrible things on tv?

Keep reading for the answer

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Nobody watches American Idol / TV anymore

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Contestants are disappearing as the “American Idol” finale approaches. Unfortunately for Fox, so are the viewers.

The 21.8 million people who watched last Tuesday’s competition was the show’s smallest Tuesday audience in more than five years. The show did better the next night, with 22.9 million, but that was the smallest Wednesday audience in three years, according to Nielsen Media Research.

They were still the most popular programs in prime-time last week. Even though it is the May ratings “sweep,” no other show cracked the 20 million viewer mark, once considered routine for television’s top programs.

About time, people are realizing that tv sucks now. I watch hulu more than i do tv these days. I can watch my favorite shows past and present without tons of commercials every few minutes. Enjoy a full (legal) episode of my favorite show “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” below. Why i still pay for cable amazes me.