Queerty is better as a member
If you can manage to get through Paula Abdul’s rambling statements you’ll catch this smooch between the two contestants before we found out Kris Allen won.
they should star in a buddy cop movie.
It’s too bad that Idol doesn’t have a Real World component to it, cuz I wouldn’t be able to get enough of the Lambert-Allen bromance.
Ok OK. We have seen everything now. Can we just fast forward to the video of him wiping his ass too??
Please, lets not contribute anymore to the decline of young gay american culture. Thanks you.
(to the tune of Ebony & Ivory)
Lavender and Jesus Freak
Live together on Idol every week
Side by side on the stage with Seacrest
Why don’t weeeeeee?
Paula is always entertaining. Nice of Adam to Kiss Nick!
Umm – am I the only one who thinks that the kiss was a bit inappropriate in that it was weirdly placed. How often have you guys kissed someone else’s hair (wait, don’t answer that…). But, I think that it might have just been a bit odd. Or, if it were intentional – it is reminiscent of a relationship that is extremely tender and loving (one which I do not assume the two would have).
The video has been removed, but I believe there is true admiration and respect between the two.
Kris is a great example of how not all devout Christians can be stereotyped as naturally being homophobic. I hope everyone stops to consider whether other young Christians might see that acceptance of gays comes from getting to know them as people and friends, one at a time.
Why would the video be removed so soon?
You people need to get a life all you people do is put him down no one that i now at work or anywere cares about what he does stop trying to destroy the man and just applaud his sick vocals……:):):) because im pretty sure every one has skelitons in ther closets..Kris stinks…
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