If this season's American Idol contestants were to sing the song from Ghostbusters, they would be lying.
"I ain't afraid of no ghosts" isn't a line that you'll be hearing from the season 10 American Idol finalists. In fact, they are afraid of ghosts - the ones living in their former mansion, at least.
Apparently, the ten remaining American Idol finalists made it clear that they want to leave the Beverly Hills mansion that they'd been living in because it was haunted, and they'd seen a sheet floating mysteriously down the hallway.
Coincidentally, the roof also began leaking after a major rainstorm, which may have helped the American Idol contestants' case that the haunted mansion was no place for people that have to perform live for millions of viewers.
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