I went to my parents' house last night after an evening of metal. As usual during the middle of the week, they were watching American Idol. Having watched the entire season, they were eagerly awaiting to discover this year's winner and next year's do nothing, be nothing.
Some 16-year-old country singer Scotty something (it doesn't really matter because he, like 90% of the winners, will be forgotten like last night's quickie with a lonely fat chick) took home the grand prize: American Idol winner, privy to an (un)exclusive recording contract. He hugged everyone in the building except Jack Black, which gave my father reason to inform me that the aforementioned Black performed a duet with some ginger named Casey (I don't care if I spelled his name right) earlier in the programming and due to the wonders of Digital Video Recording, he promptly re-started and commenced to fast forward to show me the performance that I really didn't care about.
Then I saw this:
This cannot be unseen. I really don't have anything else to say. Seriously. Why does Halford need to perform a duet with cast-off season 10 Idol contestant and (I use this next quote loosely) "metal" personality, James Durbin? Does Priest really need to remain relevant to a younger audience roughly one month before their final World Tour? This is probably the type of "extravaganza" one might expect at an upcoming show.