'Idol' Flops on Broadway

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Of the many post-American Idol careers the talent show may have spawned, its own career seems to be stuck in TV Land. Just one day after opening, Idol: The Musical, was voted off Broadway. It didn't make it past round one, meaning it closed right after opening night.

RENEE MONTAGNE, host:

Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne.

Kelly Clarkson launched a successful career after winning "American Idol," so did Taylor Hicks. Of the many post-idol careers the talent show may have launched, its own career seems to be stuck in TV land. "Idol: The Musical" has been voted off Broadway. The satirical musical comedy was about Idol's rabid fans. It didn't even make it past round one. On Broadway, that means it closed right after opening night.

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