General Larry Platt made quite an impression on the American Idol judges on Wednesday’s episode, which was the season 9 auditions in Atlanta, Georgia.
Platt, 62, sang a song of his own called, “Pants on the Ground”. The song obviously makes a statement that Platt doesn’t care for low-riding pants. It rivals Renaldo Lapuz’s original composition, “We’re Brothers Forever.”
Simon Cowell told Platt, on the show, “I have a horrible feeling that song could be a hit.”
“I’m going to get my pants up. I’m going to buy some belts after this,” Randy Jackson declares.
After Platt’s very earnest attempt, Cowell had to inform Platt that he was over the show’s 28-year age limit.
We enjoyed it very much. Tell us what you think of the song!