"Success is falling nine times and getting up ten." - Jon Bon Jovi
Tickety, I agree that there's raw potential to her voice. She may not be as trained as Katherine, but I find her more interesting to watch and look forward to any growth she can have during this process. I think Paula said something to that effect. Normally, I don't take into account what Paula says, but I also think Barry quite liked her voice as well.
I look forward to seeing what she does in her comfort zone this week. And her new make-up really works for her.
Why is it boys talk so much, when they have nothing to say? And girls have plenty to say, but no one will listen?
It could easily happen in the world in which I live. She's a talented and very pretty girl. I wish her luck, and lots of votes.
Yuck, just yuck.
She has made it on her looks and dumb blonde act. Guess that stuff works better for girls than guys (hmm Ace) as her fan base seems to be very large and vocal. She has a pretty enough sounding voice, but thin, lacking range or strength and overall average.
She and Ace are about the same for me. I think they are both cute and have charming personas, but neither has impressive vocal chops.
I am having a hard time believing the story about Kelly paying $300 for her haircuts. Does anyone know where young Kelly Pickler, roller skating waitress from Albemarle, NC who lives with her grandparents, would get $300 for a haircut??? The story that she has been a regular customer at Carmen Carmen in Charlotte, NC seems crazy to me. Yes, I realize the story was in the Charlotte Observer, but even if she did have $300 to spend on a haircut, where would the girl (who had never had calamari and who did not know how to pronounce "salmon") even find out about a swanky salon like that???
Seems strange. Perhaps the salon is looking for some free publicity??
Last edited by jmb; 04-05-2006 at 09:55 AM.
She is a cutie who pushes the corn pone card and has a decent voice for twanging her country schtick. Final 2? No way. Are there really that many country fans to push her above the 3 men (Chris, Taylor and Elliot)? That thought scars me. I detest country music.