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American Idol: The Best of the Worst

As the new American Idol season kicks off, The Buffman and Wrench Show brings you the best of the worst.


Buffman and Wrench are joined by David, from www.votefortheworst.com as he breaks down this season, last season and why Wrench should go all the way on Idol. Join the discussion tonight at 9pm ET.

IdolWhile you’re here, I thought I’d also point out that Milo Turk, who made quite an impression on American Idol recently with his “No Sex Allowed” song will join the Buffman and Wrench Show next Monday Jan 21, 2008 at 9pm ET. Buffman says he is surely the next William Hung. What do you think?

Milo Turk found a way to get in front of the judges. On Monday he will get in front of Buffman and Wrench to sing the second verse of “No Sex Allowed.” Don’t miss it.

BlogTalkRadio brings Idols closer to fans

Moments with Melinda is back tonight on BlogTalkRadio, for its second show in only a few days.

Melinda Doolittle, a semifinalist of last season’s American Idol, the powerhouse singer who attracted a following of admirers, wants to make sure she can reach all her fans.

md.jpgBrought to us by MelindaFan.net, this show aims to bring the American Idol fan favorite from last season a little closer to her fans. When Melinda had dozens of fans waiting on queue to talk to her when she ended her hour long show on Saturday, she promised she would come back soon to talk to those callers she didn’t get to. And three days later, she’s back.

Get your Moments with Melinda tonight at 8pm ET.

Melinda’s appearance on the show will be frequent, as she promises to use the tool to keep in touch with her audience around the globe. This isn’t the first American Idol great we’ve welcomed to the airwaves. Jennifer Hudson’s appearance on Idol Radio Show also had scores of fans waiting to speak to the Oscar-winning Dreamgirl.

Recently, BlogTalkRadio has also welcomed Vote For the Worst to the network. This show was started by a die-hard group of Idol watchers who wanted to take the power of the audience to shape the show into their own hands by starting a website to keep on their favorite contestants, despite their singing ability. These fans aimed to keep certain contestants on the show for their entertainment value, while creating a media phenomenon.

Entire shows, Idol Radio Show as well as Idol Radio Buzz, are dedicated to interviewing and keeping in touch with our favorite Idol contestants.

We welcome any and all fan shows to the network, and love how these let Idol followers join the conversation with their favorite contestants.