From a Web site article that quotes a singer about American Idol:
"Some of the judges, I don't think they're qualified to even judge," the Grammy Award-winning singer said, without specifying which judge to which she was referring.
Which which is a good which, or are both whiches whiches which we can live with?
The first which--"which judge"--is fine. Which judge are you talking about?
The second which--"to which she was referring"--is fine, assuming you don't like prepositions at the end of a sentence.
Two whiches together, though? I wouldn't.
Which which do you think I will be getting rid of?
"...without specifying which judge she was referring to."
It's fine to end a sentence with a preposition, especially if not doing so results in a weird which situation.
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