Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Okay, so why do they let famous movie stars on Idol?

I remember really digging her in that "Dark Angel" show quite a while back. She had some decent chops. I think that her more recent acting performances have been little more than decorative, although she's not totally inadequate in that role.

But I don't think that they should let someone with her famous face audition on American Idol. It's just not fair.

Plus, her manerisms kinda bother me. They are almost masculine. Almost.

One is Daniel Noriega, this year's disturbingly androgynous male Idol contestant. The other is the actress to which I was aluding earlier, Jessica Alba. I'll let you figure out which is which.


Cutzi said...

Wow. Your first post. I guess I was expecting something a little more, what's the right word...'intense' for your first post. You know, since I've been revving up for it for so long and all.

I was ready to pull out my boxing gloves and come to your defense for all the crazy comments you got. But you know what, I don't think anyone's gonna disagree with you on this one. Blech.

amy said...

Yeah. And when is your next post scheduled? I can't wait!

Cutzi said...


Helen said...

No pressure...but, yeah, get going on Post #2.

KE said...

Alright, man, we need more posts!!

Cutzi said...

Did you see him last night? I think I threw up a little in my mouth.

And btw all you RtMO commenters - yah, agreeing is y-a-h. Yeah in excitement like "woo hoo" "go team!" is y-e-a-h. Or, yay!

I feel like I'm reading the KJV of RtMO. "Yea, the guy looks gay."

Mike said...

Okay new post hopefully coming soon.

and Cutz, you're actually wrong on that one.

yah is pronounced yaw and means yes, but sounds kinda German

yeah is pronounced sorta like yeh as in "yeah, I like that"

but yeah post coming soon. On quiverfull. Should be fun.