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Thursday, March 23, 2006

Fetus fever extinguished

It's a sad day here at Under 30 HQ. Fetus was voted off "American Idol" last night. He was 16.

OK, Fetus didn't die. But Fetus fever did, along with my dreams of T-shirts and bumper stickers. I'm a little choked up about this, so I'll just quote from MTV.com:

Simon Cowell seemed to have amiable "American Idol" hopeful Kevin Covais pegged from the very beginning of the contest's fifth season. The cutting judge mused that the 16-year-old Long Island, New York, native's survival on the nationally televised if talent contest rested solely in the hands of doting grandmothers and crush-prone schoolgirls infatuated with his charming impishness. Apparently there weren't enough calling in to keep Covais' crack at "Idol" grandeur going.

Soon after the results were revealed, Seacrest wondered aloud, "What are we going to do without you?"

"I don't know," Covais responded.


Neither do we, Fetus. Neither do we.

7 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Sniff. Sniff."

Wiping a lonely tear,
-r

11:19 AM  
Blogger Thomas Roz said...

At least he'll be able to perform at his prom ... and promptly get his head stuffed in a toilet afterwards by the jocks.

11:23 AM  
Anonymous cheddar said...

I don't watch the show regularly, so when they had his goodbye montage, the footage of his first tryout or whatever with that buzz cut completely threw me. Thank God someone told him to grow his hair out.

12:01 PM  
Anonymous Giyogal said...

To be perfectly honest, I am glad that he is gone. He had limited talent, was one-dimensional, and what about that lisp.... UCK!!!!

Hopefully, someone with real talent will prevail!!!!!

12:22 PM  
Blogger Steve Kabelowsky said...

I still say we make the T-shirts.

1:09 PM  
Blogger mark said...

... and he had broken up with that hottie back home.

6:55 PM  
Anonymous kbl said...

So, basically, the Fetus has been aborted.

Were American Idol viewers in South Dakota allowed to make a choice on this issue, or does current legislation prevent that?

11:51 AM  

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