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Morning Robot: Justin Bieber, Mike Catherwood, Elton John

Posted by on March 30, 2011 at 12:45 PM EST

miley cyrus dissJustin Bieber dissed by Miley Cyrus, Mike Catherwood voted off DWTS and Elton John becomes American Idol muse tonight.

Justin Bieber gets dissed by Miley Cyrus (Hannah Montana) and covers Rebecca Black’s “Friday.” Tonight on American Idol 2011, the remaining 11 contestants will have to sing songs by Elton John. Last night on Dancing With the Stars Mike Catherwood was the first person to be voted off of season 12.

Things are heating up between YouTube sensation Justin Bieber and Disney star Miley Cyrus (Hannah Montana). Cyrus just recently opened up about these celebrities (Justin Bieber, Rebecca Black) who rose to stardom by posting videos on YouTube. Sounds like someone is a hater! I am sorry Miley Cyrus but you have no reason to talk about super stardom as all three of you (Bieber, Black, Cyrus) are talentless. Just leave it be as you are opening up a can of worms and the Bieber Fever cult following will surely not take your Justin Bieber bashing lightly.

Last night Mike Catherwood was eliminated from Dancing With The Stars Season 12 as he received the lowest number of votes. Since being eliminated, Catherwood has said he never wants to dance again. I don’t blame him as his two performances on the DWTS 2011 competition were horrible. We want to wish Mike the best of luck with his career.

Last but not least is Elton John night on American Idol 2011. Tonight the remaining 11 contestants will be tasked with singing a classic Elton song. Which of the Idol hopefuls will rise to the occasion and which of them will struggle? Tomorrow, two contestants will be eliminated so the stakes are extremely high tonight. I want to see Stefano Langone and Naima Adedapo go home tonight! Will they pull off classic Elton John on American Idol?

 

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