CNN announced tonight they would reveal a controversy connected with last night's breathtakingly close vote for Ruben Studdard and Clay Aiken. Then the anchor woman announced at the last minute of her show that time had run out and more would be announced tomorrow. Frustrated by the failure of CNN to give news they had been teasing for half an hour, I went to Google to search, but found nothing. I even went to CNN.com and found nothing. Is what the anchor woman referred to the goof-up of Ryan Seacrest who can't read numbers so first he said the vote was 130,000 apart, then 13,000 apart, then only 1,300 apart for the two finalists or is the controversy something far more serious than Seacrest's apparent lack of skill reading numbers larger than one digit? Does anybody know what CNN was hinting at? If any of you have heard or read something about a vote scandal other than Seacrest's confusion, please post it here. As for Seacrest's mistake, whether Studdard won by 1,300 or 130,000, that is still a breathtakingly small margin when one considers how many votes were called in. Seacret's mistake can hardly be considered controversial or scandalous. One editorial comment against CNN. I deplore the journalistic TV practice of teasing a news item then not delivering. First, it leaves TV viewers in a lurch. Second, in the case of AMerican Idol2...to hint at a scandal, then not deliver calls into question the integrity of Studdard's win, but provides absolutely no facts to back up the assertion. CNN besmerched the image of the contest, but left viewers hanging with no futher facts. That is journalism of the lowest order. It is irresponsible.