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Katy Perry Wants Permanent Slot on 'American Idol'

January 28, 2010 (4:39 am) GMT
Making an impression for disagreeing with Kara DioGuardi during her guest stint, Perry said that she would stop being a singer to concentrate on judging the show.

has come up with a proposal for FOX to hire her as the permanent judge of "". The singer who sat as a guest judge during Los Angeles audition told MTV, "The 'American Idol' experience was awesome. If I was offered that job as a permanent host, I would ditch my career and take on that career."

Jokingly saying that she made some people cry during the selection, Perry said, "It's kind of like judging a talent show. 'American Idol' was great fun. It was so easy." She added, "I didn't really make anybody cry, but I did tell the truth to some kids that might have needed to hear it."

Perry in fact made quite an impression during her stint for disagreeing with and ending up in some kind of feud with the judge. Perry told DioGuardi, "Don't ever put someone through because you feel bad" at one point and said, "Please stop or I'll have to throw my Coke in your face" when DioGuardi started to mock her song "I Kissed a Girl".

DioGuardi came by 's radio show on Wednesday, January 27 morning to clarify that there's no actual feud between her and Perry. "When I look at it, I think that it's really funny," she said. "I think that it's really good that she disagreed with me. I think that it's important that people have different opinions or else who wants to watch the show? It'd be boring."

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