“American Idol” 2013 conspiracy theory comments are being thrown around on April 5 as this season of the TV talent show seems to be holding onto arguably one of the least talented contests left in the competition. However, according to Latest Betting Odds, Lazaro Arbos should be eliminated after the top 6 perform next week.
But that’s not a sure thing. In fact, the person to be sent home from “Idol” on April 11 during the results show could actually be someone other than Arbos partially because this last man standing on “AI” is being courted by the site called Vote For The Worst (VFTW).
The powers that be on this site that conspiracy theorists point to as contributing to the Miami-based, Cuban American’s singing success may well be keeping this guy in the game far longer than he would have ever survived on his own. That said, one contributor to this online soothsayer source brags, “Lazaro’s made it further than Sanjaya [from season 6].”
This online contributer continued, claiming, “Now that [VFTW has] eliminated all the other boys, it’s Lazaro and VFTW against the girls. And I like our chances because if there’s one thing we’ve learned this season, [then] it’s that remembering lyrics is WAY overrated!”
With that wild concept put out into the social media universe, serious entertainment watchers re getting involved in the guessing game. The Hollywood Reporter even calls Larazo the new Sanjaya and suggests that “not only is the Florida ice cream scooper of questionable talent, but [the] mere presence [of Arbos] in this self-serious competition [called ‘American Idol’} seems like a cruel joke.”
Cruel joke or not, this entertainment news heavyweight hints that perhaps “American Idol” is the subject of a conspiracy theory that says executive producer Nigel Lythgoe “planted” this sweet guy who “Idol” judge Nicki Minaj often calls the Ricky Ricardo of “AI” season 12. The Hollywood Reporter ruminated that Nigel put Arbos in this position he’s in so that ratings get better as Lazaro creates controversy.
If that’s the truth than Lythgoe’s crafty attempt backfired. “Idol” 2013 is dipping further in the ratings than in recent years, and more than even the most accurate soothsayer could have ever predicted.
Meanwhile, this “American Idol” conspiracy theory continues to be on the boggled minds of those who wonder how Lazaro Arbos could have moved this far along in the competition. So will Arbos be voted off next week on “AI” or will he keep on going toward the title? Stay tuned.