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Idol Judges Can't End the Show On Time

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    Simon Cowell only judged half of the "American Idol" contestants last night.

    The producers only let two judges comment after each performance, so the show would end on time.

    It still went over by three minutes.


    What the El!?! Editorial:

    Unbelievable even with two out of four talking they still can't get the show out on time.

    And what's up with Randy Jackson, he starts all his critiques with "For me for you" – it drives me BANANAS!


    Both Simon and Paula Abdul loved the way Allison Iraheta performed "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing" from the movie "Armageddon."

    Simon called her the girls' only hope left in the competition.

    But the news wasn't great for Lil Rounds or Matt Giraud.

    Giraud was slammed for changing up the melody on "Have You Ever Loved A Woman" and not nailing the notes.

    Rounds was told she picked the wrong song again after doing a gospel version of "The Rose."


    They are both in the bottom tonight, I'm willing to bet. Lil will go home.

    UPDATE: I was wrong, Matt was booted, but the judge's saved him, that means two go next week, if Matt doesn't step it up he and Lil will go home.


    Tonight, Miley Cyrus and Jennifer Hudson perform on the results show.