American Idol Is Over, But Here Are 9 Hysterically Terrible Auditions To Remember It By

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Fox recently announced that the 15th season of American Idol would be its last. American Idol has changed the lexicon of American television. It gave rise to a whole generation of contest shows and a handful of successful singers. More than anything, however, its audition process gave us never-ending hilarity. Below are nine of the craziest auditions that will help you remember the show fondly:

1. The New Haircut Just Wasn’t Enough

2. A Song, Or Just One Really Big Yawn??

3. You Have To Sing For a Singing Contest!? THANKS OBAMA!

4. “Are You Just Saying I Am Bad To Get On My Nerves?”

5. Have We Seen Her On TV Since This??

6. This Clairvoyant Didn’t Foresee How Terrible She Was

7. “I Can Be A Nightmare, Cuz At Least Your Dreaming About Me”

8. This Dude Wouldn’t Quit Until Security Booted Him

9. How To Do A Pterodactyl Mating Call

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