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What do you do when your on minute fourteen of your fifteen minutes? If you're a reality star, you could file a law suit?  What happens if your fifteen minutes were over so long ago that no one remembers who you are? I think the answer is clear. You sue American Idol for $250 million. 

At least that is what Corey Clark is doing after getting booted from the Top Ten back in 2003 for allegedly not being forthcoming with information about a prior arrest. He also claimed to have had an affair with judge Paula Abdul, but that isn't why he was disqualified according to the Fox singing competition.

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Even with dismal ratings, American Idol (please go gently into that good-night…) still remains in the news.  This time, the long-running reality show is facing a potential lawsuit brought by nine former contestants who are claiming that the show and its producers are giant racists.  So, there's that.

I'm going to go out on a limb right now and say that I don't think the show or its practices exude any type of racism.  If I'm wrong Jennifer Hudson is having the best last laugh ever.  Factoring in the voters, the fans, and the singers, it would take a lot to skew the show in the direction of racism.  To me it sounds like a bunch of sour yet talented former contestants who didn't find the fame they'd hoped when getting the boot prior to the finale.  Just fade into obscurity like the rest of them…heck, Taylor Hicks won his season, and who even knows what he's up to these days!  (Apparently, he's headlining his own show in Vegas, but more on that after the jump :) I know, right?)

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