People think Marjorie Taylor Greene auditioned for 'American Idol' after 2002 video resurfaces

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By Asiya Ali

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A video circulating on social media has sparked speculation that Marjorie Taylor Greene once auditioned for American Idol.

The resurfaced clip was from the first season of the talent show in 2002 and has bewildered many users online on whether the 48-year-old congresswoman once participated on the popular show.

In the viral video, a 23-year-old enthusiastic blonde woman from Alta Loma, California, named Stefanie Sugarman auditions for the talent show.

The footage shows Sugarman - who bears an uncanny resemblance to Greene - introducing herself by saying that she is a marketing representative for cheese "selling provolone and mozzarella".

Watch the video below:

In the video, the contestant failed to sing a verse from 'Knockin da Boots' by H-Town, which led to judges Simon Cowell, Paula Abdul, and Randy Jackson finding her animated performance comedic.

Abdul told Sugarman at the end that she is not the next American Idol, which she clearly didn't take too well, and proceeded to plead to "sing about cheese".

After being dismissed, Sugarman returned to the audition room, telling the judges: "I was just curious if I did make it if I’m coming to Hollywood because I think I have what it takes." They reminded her once again that she’s "not good enough" for Hollywood.

Many users shared their thoughts on the controversial figure possibly auditioning for the show under the now-viral video - which has now amassed 1.4 million views and 39.8K likes on the social media platform.

One user wrote: "Is this rejection her supervillain origin story?"

An0ther commented: "I have this theory if some people fail at show business then they’ll try out for politics instead bc you can get fame and notoriety with both."

A third said: "How has this little gem remained hidden for so long?"

A fourth joked: "Knockin Da Boots by H-Town was her audition sing?!?!?!‽?"

According to TMZ, a woman named Stefanie Sugarman does exist and lives in the same Alta Loma and San Bernardino-area roots and has the same birthday as the contestant on the show.

Additionally, reps for the Georgia political candidate confirmed to The New York Post that the video is not of the Congresswoman, writing: "It’s so blatantly obvious that this is another Blue Anon conspiracy theory."

Featured image credit: Abaca Press / Alamy

People think Marjorie Taylor Greene auditioned for 'American Idol' after 2002 video resurfaces

vt-author-image

By Asiya Ali

Article saved!Article saved!

A video circulating on social media has sparked speculation that Marjorie Taylor Greene once auditioned for American Idol.

The resurfaced clip was from the first season of the talent show in 2002 and has bewildered many users online on whether the 48-year-old congresswoman once participated on the popular show.

In the viral video, a 23-year-old enthusiastic blonde woman from Alta Loma, California, named Stefanie Sugarman auditions for the talent show.

The footage shows Sugarman - who bears an uncanny resemblance to Greene - introducing herself by saying that she is a marketing representative for cheese "selling provolone and mozzarella".

Watch the video below:

In the video, the contestant failed to sing a verse from 'Knockin da Boots' by H-Town, which led to judges Simon Cowell, Paula Abdul, and Randy Jackson finding her animated performance comedic.

Abdul told Sugarman at the end that she is not the next American Idol, which she clearly didn't take too well, and proceeded to plead to "sing about cheese".

After being dismissed, Sugarman returned to the audition room, telling the judges: "I was just curious if I did make it if I’m coming to Hollywood because I think I have what it takes." They reminded her once again that she’s "not good enough" for Hollywood.

Many users shared their thoughts on the controversial figure possibly auditioning for the show under the now-viral video - which has now amassed 1.4 million views and 39.8K likes on the social media platform.

One user wrote: "Is this rejection her supervillain origin story?"

An0ther commented: "I have this theory if some people fail at show business then they’ll try out for politics instead bc you can get fame and notoriety with both."

A third said: "How has this little gem remained hidden for so long?"

A fourth joked: "Knockin Da Boots by H-Town was her audition sing?!?!?!‽?"

According to TMZ, a woman named Stefanie Sugarman does exist and lives in the same Alta Loma and San Bernardino-area roots and has the same birthday as the contestant on the show.

Additionally, reps for the Georgia political candidate confirmed to The New York Post that the video is not of the Congresswoman, writing: "It’s so blatantly obvious that this is another Blue Anon conspiracy theory."

Featured image credit: Abaca Press / Alamy