And yes he did.
And yes he did.
It’s been quite awhile. The David VS David finale on Idols is looming, and I’m currently sitting in front of my TV being a pillow-potato -as I don’t have a couch-, watching the endless reruns on Star World. Couldn’t say that I like Syesha’s elimination, but then I think it’s good that it happened.
Been having tight deadlines that only allowed me to write on my Indonesian blog every night before bed. So that’s one of the reasons I rarely log into this one.
This morning I woke up to find this brilliant article.
Maybe you can take a peek so you’ll know that I might be channeling Capote on this procrastination period. Or am I really procrastinating?
Even I don’t have the answer.
Relax, I’m just not in the mood to write in English. Been writing too much English for my new project.
But I’m still here. Watching, silently laughing… and watching.
See ya around 😉
Bye Jason Castro.
And I couldn’t wait for the Top 3 to battle it out.
See, I haven’t forgotten this blog!
Will blog more later. Gotta have lunch first. Taa!!!
I’ve been busy.
In recap, oh dear, I might be mumbling randomly now… but here goes:
I hated to see Brooke White go. Jason Castro is turning into the Kristy Lee Cook of the competition because he’s so pretty.
And Paula Abdul was either THAT drunk, or the script was THAT good. If it was the latter… kudos to the producers and Paula Abdul’s “people”… and to Paula Abdul herself for playing along and letting everyone think she’s drunk. Do I see “Pretty Woman” sequel? At least it won’t require much acting for her. Haha.
Last Comic Standing… why do they still air that show? Geez.
Nailed a gig with those people at California. Yay! Looking forward for more.
Never thought freelancing would be this hectic that I almost couldn’t blog, but am loving it.
Missing my chat buddies so much. Can’t talk much now, guys, but will do once I get to breathe.
Nailed a strange project. Oh heck, why not.
Body clock gets stranger and stranger every day as I tend to wake up earlier than usual.
And last but not least, severe blogwalking after not touching the blogosphere for the past few days made me found one of the funniest blogs ever: The Fail Blog. Guess I’ll be a regular! 😀
Well um, gotta sleep now. Got gym and a lot of work(ing out) to do tomorrow.
ps: oh yeah, almost forgot one thing… I just loved seeing Simon Cowell flustered when his first kiss made a call-in. Now that’s GOOD TV! HAHA! You’re too cute, Simon. Too cute.
So I’m still mending my broken heart over Michael Johns’ elimination last week -which I didn’t get to see due to the Astro whatever thing-, but I felt a bit better when finally Miss Kristy Lee Cook was FINALLY eliminated earlier this evening. Guess the producers -AND the whole country do read blogs. HAHA!
Now let’s see. I’m in the mood to analyze stuff.
Syesha Mercado – unless the producers think they still need somebody to fill the color quota next week, I think she’ll be gone. Don’t get me wrong, technically she’s excellent. But um, they got to have someone there after Chickezie and Ramiele are gone. Afterall, this isn’t last season where great singers were safe from the wrath of Lee Cook’s fan base. I feel for Syesha because I think she’s way too talented to just become a ‘quota’.
One word for the show:
That’s about it.
I say he’s the best of the night.
Let’s all pray Carly doesn’t get the axe because apparently Ms. Whatchamacallit is getting better -said the judges, not me-. Cook wasn’t that hot, Johns somewhat disappointing, Mercado was ok but not good enough, Archuleta obviously nailed the inspirational theme and White was only nice.
The competition is getting tougher, the producers are getting smarter…
…but I’m only looking forward to noting down the rundown of Idol Gives Back like I did last year. Can’t wait to see how they’re gonna embed Brad Pitt in the show and how Mariah Carey would perform and what she would give back.
And after the Emmy-winner show, I seriously don’t know what to expect. America obviously loves country music and as long as they do, Ms. Twang there is gonna survive probably up to the top 5.
Whatever. Mr. Pitt, I’ll be looking for ya.
Okay, I’m just gonna be brief in commenting Ramiele Malubay’s exit from American Idol:
At least it’s relieving to know she won’t get nationwide protest like Jasmine Trias did.
The most memorable thing about American Idol’s result show tonight is the mistake done by I don’t know whether it’s Seacrest or the graphic people behind the scene when Seacrest announced a caller’s question which didn’t match with what’s been put on the huge screen behind him. Aha. Guess Americans do make mistakes in major shows as well. But all is forgiven because I just want to point out the opening song that was like a stab in the stomach to me. Oh yeah, Dolly Parton, I never thought I’d say this… but Nine To Five is like… MY song especially for the moment!
Just read the lyrics and I bet my fine ass that I’m not the only one who feels this way most of the time. Yeah, even you who read this blog silently because you think it’s gonna ruin your reputation if anyone finds out about you reading this pile of fabulous junk. Don’t you think I don’t know you’re there, because I do, and thank your luck because I still let you.
Lovin’ David Cook’s Billy Jean. Great arrangement. Michael Jackson would be pissed, but I like it.
As for the rest… good luck to Chickeze and to hell with Kristy Lee Cook’s sad sad attempt to win sympathy, although her twang helped her last night. At least she didn’t ruin the song like she did the Beatles’.
“Who are they gonna sacrifice next?”
First it was Hernandez. Now Overmyer.
Will it be Smithson? Will it be White? God forbid it’ll be Archuleta. Castro might survive, Johns… maybe. Mercado was there once, so no guarantee she’ll be safe in the future. Malubay sucks when the tempo picks up, but she’s prolly gonna be safe as long as she quits wearing those icky mom jeans -the height this week is outrageous. Eze… well the show has to have a brother until like… top 5, so he’s prolly safe for the time being. Cook knows he’s awesome and a lot of people probably do too. His cockiness reminded me of our very own Ahmad Dhani. Wait, his face too. Well whatever, he’s gonna be safe, methinks.
So there Kristy Lee Cook, feel free to choose your next protective shield and keep on ruining great songs. From the way things are rolling right now, I’d say if you keep doing that… you’ll make it to the top 3. And you’ll make history too.
As the first ever Idol with absolutely no talent.
Have a great daaayyy 😀