AI5 – Las Vegas

We learn conclusively tonight that referring to your singing style as “different” or “unique” is the kiss of death on AMERICAN IDOL.

I talk, of course, of the boy who would bark like a dog.


He looked a bit like a young Quentin Tarantino, didn’t he?


6 Responses to “AI5 – Las Vegas”

  1. Idolblogger
    1. February 2006 at 00:25

    I did like what that chick said in Chicago about how it would be nice if they could release an artist that was unique so all the contestants knew what they were looking for.

  2. Shawn
    1. February 2006 at 09:13

    I think I am done with the auditions and ready for Hollywood now. I know people love this phase but I feel it’s run it’s course for me. I am ready to see some real singing and acts. I feel a sort of deja vu every time I watch these episodes. You could see a different person doing sort of the same stupid bit in each city. I know they are different but it’s still the same stick. Bring on the Hollywood! One thing I did take note of last night was tougher Paula. I don’t think I remember her saying no as much. I am sure she has but she seemed a bit tougher last night.

  3. EzekielRawlins
    1. February 2006 at 11:43

    Man, Vegas sucked…aside from the cute bellydancer, the show was a complete waste.

  4. Shawn
    1. February 2006 at 12:18

    Right on Ezekiel…didn’t do it for me dog.

  5. bluuzman
    1. February 2006 at 16:20

    Not only was Vegas terrible, but the judges were being extra-picky (the gondolier, the Oriental twins). I agree it’s time to move on to Hollywood.

  6. EzekielRawlins
    1. February 2006 at 18:30

    What is it now? Five seasons already, and twins STILL try out?! C’mon, there can only be one. (apologies to the Clan MacLeod)