3.20.2007

THE CRYING GIRL NEEDS HER OWN TV SHOW

What is she thinking? Is she scared? Lost? Confused? (I vote for scared.) For those of you who missed American Idol last night, this girl was crying uncontrollably during Sanjaya's song. It was one of the best things on television that I have ever seen! CLASSIC. This is why I love this show. I have an idea, this year when I go to a taping of American Idol, I am going to go into convulsions during a song and get on tv. It will be great. Watch for me.

7 comments:

  1. She sure got some air time with her emotions. I wasn't sure whether to laugh or to feel sorry for her last night.

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  2. This girl definitely bugged. But the big question is why the heck they showed her so much? Very weird - all of it.

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  3. So how did Simon know she was crying if he was supposed to be watching Sanjaya? That's the real question people.

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  4. I don't know what's wrong with all of you. Wouldn't you start blubbering like a school girl if it was Taylor Hicks, or whoever, up there singing to you? I know I would. But I do wonder if maybe she had just received some bad news from home on her cell phone and she couldn't leave until after the performances were over.

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  5. jamie, I dont know who you are but that is a little over thinking it in my opinion, and NO I wouldnt start crying for ANYONE singing to me, especially not Taylor Hicks or SANJAYA! I agree with danica because yeah it was annoying, but yet funny, how they kept showing her SOOO MUCH. I think it was great how it completely distracted from the judges' comments. like you KNOW Simon (okay all of them) want Sanjaya voted off, so it didnt sound so bad because they could talk about the girl instead of his WACKED OUT PERFORMANCE!!! WHAT WAS HE THINKING!!!?? HORRIBLE!!

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  6. Kaci, we share the same last name. Your current last name and my maiden name. I was being sarcastic by the way. I can't stand American Idol. period.

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  7. Sarcasm sure does run in the Goodrich family. Maybe we are all more closely related then we thought.

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