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Randy Jackson is reaching out to his dawgs (that's fans to those not down with the hip lingo) to find a name for his new puppy. Have so many years of American Idol voting gone to this judge's head?

American Idol judge Randy Jackson is at a loss for words when it comes to his obnoxiously adorable new puppy. The pooch, pictured here, is in search of a name!

Randy Jackson dog

Randy Jackson's dog can't have just any old name, of course. When the master of a new pet has spent years whittling down contestants and waiting for vote count reveals, we must remember that solo decision-making skills have greatly atrophied.

Thus Randy Jackson has invited the public to take part in the democratic dog naming! To get in on the fun visit Randy Jackson Next and submit your moniker for this four-legged fluff ball. From the submissions, the honorable Randy Jackson will choose his five favorites, which will then be voted upon to find out the best darn dog name ever!

Suggestions thus far include dog names: Duke, Roscoe, The Right Honourable Freddy McWrinkles, Jack (as in Randy JACKson, get it?), Bojangles, Oscar de la Wrinkles, Simon, Porkchop and AIRU (acronym for American Idol Runner Up).

The winner of Randy Jackson's dog-naming contest "not only gets to be featured on the site and known forever as the Person Who Named Randy's Pooch, but will also win an additional prize."

Think Ryan Seacrest will announce the results? Now name Randy Jackson's dog, dawg!

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Comments on "Randy Jackson needs a dog name, dawg!"

Candace Schoner July 08, 2011 | 4:24 PM

Randy, your dog looks like a Piper. Hopefully the sounds of his pipes will me music to your ears.n

Mary Rodriguez July 06, 2011 | 3:35 PM

Hi, We had a fantastic bulldog named "Flop". He was smart and very well-behaved. He would tell us which dog food he wanted each day. He knew a lot of tricks and lived a long life.

Jane Johnson June 24, 2011 | 7:44 PM

Since Randy Jackson will be 55, or double nickles, he should name his dog nickles. That way he will always remember when he received the puppy.

Jane Johnson June 24, 2011 | 7:41 PM

I think since Randy Jackson will be 55 or double nickles on his birthday, he should call his dog nickles.

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