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Evidence That Nicki Minaj is Judging the Wrong Reality Show

April 29, 2013 9:20 AM ET
Nicki Minaj
Nicki Minaj
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Rumors continue to swirl that Nicki Minaj, along with the rest of the "American's Idol's" judging panel, will be booted off "Idol" next season. But Nicki may already have her sights set on another reality-TV judging job, and I say Her Minajesty is the perfect woman for the gig. Tuesday night, as news was breaking of Nicki's supposed job instability over at Fox, Nicki took to her Twitter--but not to address any "Idol" gossip. No, hunties, she had much more important issues on her mind, all having to do with a far superior show (actually the best show in the history of television), "RuPaul's Drag Race."

Anyone else think Nicki should have been hired for "Drag Race" all along? I seriously hope RuPaul, Logo, and World of Wonder all follow Nicki on Twitter. I have a feeling she may soon be unemployed, but that will only leave her free to join the panel of Ru, Michelle Visage, and Santino Rice for "Drag Race 6," where her sickening shade-throwing and wig-wearing talents will finally be appreciated. Can I get an amen up in here?

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