Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Uninspiring

AI may have run its course. We'll see with the top 12, but right now it's not looking too promising. Even the DJs on our local radio station said the judges must have picked a few of the contestants because they had to choose somebody. Seventeen people from 10,000 auditions were chosen in Minneapolis. Seattle doesn't look like it's going to be any better.

I'll still watch the show, cuz what do I have better going on in the evening?, but I doubt I'll enjoy it. I think the talented have other ways of getting famous now. Maybe they should just have YouTube Idol and let the world decide who even rates well enough to be a contestant.

Meh. Over it.

4 comments:

Avitable said...

I was over AI the day it started a hundred years ago. At least it seems like it was a hundred years ago.

Poppy Cede said...

I bet it was a hundred years ago, you old man. :P

Avitable said...

Hey! I'm not old yet. In two weeks . . .

Dan said...

I'm not watching AI tonight. I can't invest another two hours into something that promotes crap. Bring on the Top 12. I did like the opening, how they showed the success of previous contestants. Nice nod to Jennifer Hudson and Chris Daughtry, both of whom finished Top 5.

I thought Jewel was the toughest critic. Usually, these guest judges are softer than Paula, but she had some biting criticism. She was a meanie.