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Gay Scandal #1

Posted by tvondvdcritic on March 4, 2008

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Another year, another American Idol controversy. No we’re not talking about those petty little ones that surfaced last month involving 2 singers past recording contracts, this one is big ol’ GAY scandal, the kind that gets the nation in a uncomfortable frenzy. David Hernandez has been revealed as having a stripper past, a gay stripper past. Now votefortheworst.com, the site that kept Sanjaya alive for many weeks, is now endorsing Hernandez as it’s worst.

Scandal!

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Dancing With The ‘Stars’

Posted by tvondvdcritic on November 28, 2007

As if the finale of Dancing with the stars didn’t prove my point enough, that it’s a freaking popularity contest, one of the professional dancers is threatening to quit the show based on biased fan votes.

I don’t care about the show, I think it’s kinda ridiculous that these ‘celebrities’ (where’s Bai Ling?) go on a show and pretend to care if they win a dancing show. The only reason they want to win is so they stay on the whole season to gain exposure. And one of my reasons I hate the show, is that some of these celebs already have established fan bases and have unfair advantages.

So as I said, I could care less about the show. However, Mel should have won, everyone knows it, and I’m glad that someone within the show is stepping up to make a stand. Maybe if we’re lucky all these controversies will make this show collapse. Unfortunately it doesn’t look like that’s about to happen since the finale got 24.5 million people watching.

I think my Gramma summed it up best about the ridiculousness of the show when commenting on Marie Osmond’s obsurd doll routine, in reference to Marie being Mormon, my Gramma says ‘Does the church allow that?”

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