» Entertainment, Music, Occult, TV » Lady Gaga Commits Suicide on “American Idol” Finale: Family Show Says Curse Words No; Suicide Okay? Tom Jones, Tony Bennett, J. Lo & Beyonce Upstage Scotty McCreey’s Win – Video
Lady Gaga Commits Suicide on “American Idol” Finale: Family Show Says Curse Words No; Suicide Okay? Tom Jones, Tony Bennett, J. Lo & Beyonce Upstage Scotty McCreey’s Win – Video
Scotty McCreey won “American Idol,” but the bevy of celebrity performers overshadowed his win and kiss with Lauren Alaina.
Lady Gaga performed on the finale Wednesday and committed suicide at the end of her song sparking viewers to ask: who approved the very morbid act to be shown on the “family show?”
She sang “The Edge of Glory” on top of a faux cliff, gyrating raunchily in an bejeweled bra, panties, hat, cross necklace and fish-net stockings while dancers slithered around at the base of the structure.
One of her male dancers finally climbed onto the cliff with Lady Gaga, danced with her, simulated sex, kissed her on the lips and then the two jumped off the cliff committing suicide to finish the performance.
The judges for the show, Jennifer Lopez, Randy Jackson and Steven Tyler, and host Ryan Seacrest gave Lady Gaga a standing ovation like mindless prostitutes for the show.
“American Idol” is marketed as a “family show;” however, are scantily clad performers and suicide things that most people want their families to see?
“American Idol” censored and scolded Steven Tyler for saying “fuck” once on the show, but the show’s producers had no problem allowing Lady Gaga and her dancer to simulate killing themselves. Does that reasoning seem logical?
Other performers with a product to push included Beyonce with her new single and Jack Black, star of Kung Fu Panda 2, who performed a duet with Casey Abrams.
Gladys Knight, who has a big Las Vegas show to promote, was also a performer.
Tom Jones, Tony Bennett, Steven Tyler and Marc Anthony all sang songs, and Jennifer Lopez danced for her husband’s performance.
Bono and The Edge from U2 performed as Spiderman descended; the musicians wrote the music for the troubled Broadway show that badly needed the promotion afforded to it by “American Idol.”
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