Do you know anything...anything at all bout singing? Your comments are the only things that sucks ass on this site. Haley is one the most technically sound performers ever to "grace" the idol stage (Melinda Doolittle was the most proficient). It would be nice if she stopped her Playboy centerfold poses, however, she doesn't have to try so hard to be sexy, she's got enough of it to blow the Puerto Rican bombshell out of her judge's chair. Maybe that's why J Lo has been so catty with her.
Although your buddy professor Abrams is very talented (at times), he can also be extremely irritating with his pretentious growls. And what about his comment about educating the great unwashed Idol audience. Give me a break, unwashed mobs don't want to be educated, they want to be entertained, which he failed to remember with his poor song selections and dumb performances (a few) and he payed the ultimate price.
I do think that James should leave his rock screech at home, he's made his point with the glory note fans. His natural tone is absolutely melodic and he would kill it if he dared to pull out an updated Johnny Mathis number. The assholes in the American Idiot viewing audience probably wouldn't know who Mathis is or that he's probably just a few years short of the century mark, so it certainly wouldn't increase his chances of being labeled boring by morons like you.
Unlike the socially pretentious, I see enormous potential in Jacob's vocal talents. Probably more than any Idol contestant ever. But the poor slob is a fat, black, gay nerd and that combination don't spell SRO at the box office.
Is it just me or has anyone else noticed that Scotty McCreery can't hold a full note without going horribly flat. He's particularly piss poor in his duets with Lauren.
And incidentally, your comments about Miss Alaina were ridiculous. Trust me, she's about 40 pounds beyond the maximum weight for beauty contests, although she's sexy as hell despite her thunder thighs. As far as her voice is concerned, it's sufficiently boring to keep the pop/country crowd riveted. She'll do well whether you like her or not, and maybe...just maybe...she'll pull a Carrie Underwood and lose a few pounds and become the friggin' fox she was meant to be.
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