Steven Tyler may be gone from this season of 'American Idol,' but he won't be forgotten -- especially after he strolled out during last night's (Jan. 31) episode to audition for the contest while wearing a blonde wig, lipstick, and fake honking breasts.
Steven Tyler has announced that he will not return for a third season as a judge on 'American Idol.' Instead of spending another year hosting a bland televised singing competition, the Aerosmith frontman will focus on what we all know he was put on this earth to do.
James Durbin, who finished fourth during the 10th season of 'American Idol,' was perhaps one of the most diverse contestants the show has ever had, tackling songs from Judas Priest, Sammy Hagar and other rock legends during his run as a contestant.
But one icon he likely won't be besties with anytime soon is Axl Rose -- especially after Durbin did a radio interview in which he called the Guns N' Roses frontman a "d-ck."
Well, here we are. The season finale of 'American Idol.' Sighs of relief all around.
Unfortunately, tonight's loser must endure the worst fate yet: a summer spent with Gwyneth Paltrow, wherein she will prattle endlessly about her pretentiously perfect life while Coldplay drones on in an endless loop from an iPod playlist from hell. It's horrific, but hey, them's the breaks. Sing better next time, loser!
Let's watch as Steven Tyler counts down the minutes to freedom.
Here we go with another performance by our favorite convulsing crooner, Phillip "Phillip Phillip Phillip etc." Phillips. The 'Idol' finalist got to choose one track he sang earlier in the season for this final 'Idol' performance episode, and he chose 'Movin' Out' by the "Piano Man" himself, Billy Joel.
Tonight on American Idol, the final three contestants, Joshua Ledet, Jessica Sanchez and Phillip Phillips opened the result show with a performance of the Beatles track 'Got to Get You Into My Life.' It's never easy to see (or in this case hear) something you love stripped of its life, but its something that millions endured as the three took the stage.
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