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Well, that's one explanation for last night's Idol result. And, yes, this is also true:

We understand why the lyrics of Alanis Morissette’s “You Oughta Know” had to be altered during that singer’s duet with Ms. Bowersox, but did they have to choose such a laughably obvious replacement line? When Oliver Stone makes his Crystal Bowersox biopic, that scene is going to be hilarious.

The whole event felt like a badly organized wedding.

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