What particular talent does Nicki Minaj have? The woman is a joke and has no place on the panel passing judgment on others.EricSchulz said:I caught a bit of last night's show. Some really nice talent in Chicago! LOVED the story and performance by Lazar, the Cuban singer that stutters. His "Bridge Over Troubled Water" was outstanding! Nicki Minaj is awful. THAT VOICE!!!!!
I'll be back for my "annual suckage" ... and despite all the BMC'n there are a few talents this year so far. I don't watch the show for the judges anyway - usually FF thru their comments. After all it's "a singing competition" not a judging competition..Yee-Ming said:Subject to approval from Adam, I'll certainly run one, if there's sufficient interest. So far I count 4? Anyone else?
Watched what may have been the first episode of this season, not sure because it has become "offically irrelevant" to me, just had some free time and thought I'd give it a try. It will be the last episode I ever watch. Just did a quick search and the last time I watched a full season was when Kris Allen won. That was four years ago. Doesn't look like I missed much, same old stuff, just different people.EricSchulz said:Well, AI is being deemed "officially irrelevant" after this season as VoteForTheWorst.com is pulling the plug after this season: 'Vote for the Worst' 'American Idol' website shutting down | PopWatch | EW.com The comments posted by EW readers are well worth reading!
Yes, same here in that regard. Most I know are now watching The Voice which they feel offers a more adult approach without all the trash that consumes AI. I really enjoyed the last Voice, especially Cassidy Pope.Hanson said:I missed the first auditions, then I happened to record part of the second in lieu of Glee. Watched one audition, and that's all she wrote. Haven't seen anything else other than what shows up on The Soup. Absolutely no one at work watches the show anymore. It used to be a huge watercooler topic, but now it's like it isn't even on the air.
The Voice is a superior show. Not only is the talent better (and lacking 14-year olds caterwauling Maria week-after-week), but the format moves the show along quicker, the overall quality is way higher (just one performance appears to cost more than an entire season of Idol), and the song variety is better (only a few instances of singing River Deep Mountain High, unlike Idol where it's on its 1000 iteration).Originally Posted by Jeffery_H
Yes, same here in that regard. Most I know are now watching The Voice which they feel offers a more adult approach without all the trash that consumes AI. I really enjoyed the last Voice, especially Cassidy Pope.
In for a penny, in for a pound!Originally Posted by Yee-Ming
Subject to approval from Adam, I'll certainly run one, if there's sufficient interest. So far I count 4? Anyone else?