American Idol Darlin' Kellie Pickler Refutes Luanne Platter Resemblance
on 4/4/2006 (6)
HOLLYWOOD - American Idol darlin' belle cutesy country Kellie Pickler reportedly refuted any casual or inferred resemblance to the "King of the Hill" charactress Luanne Platter in a last minute interview early Tuesday. Pickler describes:
|Uncle Hank? |
|Uncle Simon?! |
"I love Luanne Platter and her uncle Hank, but I don't think I resemble her none. She's got a momma in prison, and my daddy is, so that there's a big difference right there. Luanne is a silver tongue devil, like we say down in the hollar. I'm nothin' like that!"
Egon Feldspar, president of the of the Kellie Pickler Gherkin Idol fan club disagrees.
"The resemblance between Kellie and Luanne is striking. Just compare some of Kellies statements, like 'They served us some Sammon, which they call Sal-mon down here' and 'Simon is okay. He's got what they call an acc--cent!' to Luannes 'I'm Missy Melons!' and ' Wait! Wait, I know why! Because you should tell people if you're going to throw a party in their house without asking them!'.
Feldspar licked his lips and sighed dreamily
"In spite of the obvious resemblance to a candy-lipped, merengue-headed blonde cartoon character, the Pickler appeal is very real, and has a growing following. What it shows to me, is that Southern Belles are back in vogue after a long dry spell, having been characterized as guffawing trailer-trash rednecks by certain unnamed minority forces in the media for the last 10 years or so. Hillbilly is hip once again!"
No word is out if Mike Judge, creator of "King of the Hill" plans to cast Kellie into a future animation episode, frankly admitting "Can you imagine writing a script with Luanne talking to Kellie? You people have imaginations, figure that one out on your own!
|Kellie Pickler Gherkin Idol fan club president Egon Feldspar holds the coveted Golden Gherkin Award, adding "I didn't get it gilded yet. The regular hardware store that I go to isn't allowed to sell me anything in aerosol cans." |
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