In response to Saturday Night Live skit on the whole situation, former American Idol contestant Corey “Fallen Idol” Clark supposedly has evidence of his affair with Paula Abdul according to his lawyer. The lawyer, Richard Jefferson, stated the former contestant has no plans to share the evidence that proves their affair because of its “explicit” nature.
The lawyer also said Clark will cooperate with a government agency if it should start an investigation into the allegation. No government agency has indicated it will probe into it. Of course, Abdul claims everything is a lie.
In case you missed the hullaboo, Corey Clark claimed he had an affair with Paula Abdul while he was a contestant on American Idol 2003 and coached him how to dress right and perform.
On Live with Regis and Kelly and The Ellen Degeneres Show, American Idol candidate enemy number one, Simon Cowell, said that Abdul would not be fired or face punishment.
At the end of the SNL sketch, Abdul critiqued her imitator saying to Amy Poehler: “You need to perfect the clap a little more and be a lot more sexier so contestants will be willing to sleep with you.”
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