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American Idol Review: Everyone Gets Standing Ovations!

Posted by on Mar 30, 2012 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

American Idol is becoming more and more of a three ring circus every week. I’m to the point now where I’m not sure if I’m watching a singing competition or variety show because all that’s missing are some hilarious parody skits where the contestants dress up as the judges and mock one another.

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American Idol Review: Cheers In Aspen, Jeers In Houston

Posted by on Jan 28, 2012 in Television | 0 comments

It was another round of ho-hum auditions with the occasional solid voice thrown in on this week’s American Idol double episode. Their first stop was to the pristine location of Aspen, Colorado to find out if the competing voices could rival the exquisite surroundings. American Idol and perfection are rarely synonymous, save for a select few, and somehow all of those people seemed to be in Aspen. From the very first audition with a spasmodic music teacher named Jenni whose over the top personality and voice were undeniably good, the judges were sending people to Hollywood left and right. There were some singers that had previously been in music groups and then there were others, like nineteen-year old Jairon, who had written their own expressive songs, proving that powerful voices weren’t the only thing they could bring to the table.

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American Idol Review: A Bunch Of Muppets And A Few Good Voices

Posted by on Jan 21, 2012 in feature overlay, Television | 0 comments

The much anticipated two-night season eleven premiere of American Idol kicked off this week proving once more that Americans will never get enough of this reality competition. Roughly ten thousand hopefuls showed up for the initial day of auditioning which took place in Savannah, Georgia where we were reacquainted with the former Idol judges and one bubbly Seacrest. Randy Jackson was there along with the sickeningly sweet peacekeeper, Jennifer Lopez.

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American Idol Review: Like Our Idol Does

Posted by on May 27, 2011 in Television | 24 comments

This is IT, faithful Idolatry: the curtains have finally fallen upon a merciless and exhausting tenth season of American Idol, a spectacle so unforgiving in its own ostentatious façade its hard to believe the end result produced the most predictably anti-climactic winner in the show’s history.

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American Idol Review: Like Our Idol Does

Posted by on May 27, 2011 in Television | 12 comments

This is IT, faithful Idolatry: the curtains have finally fallen upon a merciless and exhausting tenth season of American Idol, a spectacle so unforgiving in its own ostentatious façade its hard to believe the end result produced the most predictably anti-climactic winner in the show’s history.

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