Who? A trio of nobodies no longer exists. How exciting. The short-lived group Whitaker Malloy, made up of two of American Idol season 7's Interchangeable Blonde Whores (Kady Malloy and Alaina Whitaker), has now become even more interchangeable. The group has already broken up even though they just got together. Turns out the girls apparently didn't get along and their MySpace has been erased. Alaina has moved on to a group called Chasing Dixie. Seriously, girls. You're never going to get anywhere if you can barely stand other people in a group for a few months. We call 2 months max on Chasing Dixie's shelf life.
Two of American Idol 7's early boots decided to form a musical group... introducing Whitaker Malloy. Alaina Whitaker (who you may remember as the Interchangeable Blonde Whore who could actually sing well) and Kady Malloy (who you may remember as the Interchangeable Blonde Whore who had a nice rack and made stank faces but seemed like she might be fun) joined up with Alaina's sister Brittney to record country music. While it seems like their gimmick isn't bad, they're going to need better songs to sell records. With a little work, we could possibly see it working. All they have to do is let Alaina sing the vocals and make the CD cover Kady's boobs. In any case, we always like to see people succeed without the Idol machine, so good luck, girls. We hope you outsell Carlyplant.
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When American Idol debuted in 2002, its supposed goal was to find the best undiscovered talent in America. Singers like Kelly Clarkson and Clay Aiken, who had dreams of stardom but never had the connections, were catapulted to megastardom. The producers found diamonds in the rough and launched their careers. But a disturbing trend has surfaced with the spoiled contestants of American Idol 7 – they’re no longer even remotely undiscovered talent. A large percentage of them are failed singers and entertainers who have already had their shot at fame. Yet Idol thinks that repackaging these failures is a good idea to make us watch their show. Gone are the days where you or your friends could try out for Idol and make it big. Now you have to already have connections. Read on to find out more about how this year’s show will just be a boring hash of recycled pseudo-celebrities who weren’t good enough to make it the first time around. And keep checking back as this article is updated almost every day with new information.
(Last updated 1/26/08 with the top 24)