We learn something new about Miss Pickler everyday.
She is not without her faults, but in overall I find Kellie an interesting performer and individual.
Can we say "Over-rated & Sick of Cawntry?" OMG not another one..
I'll pass lol... Not impressed here & she was SO OFF key Tuesday...
let's get the themes goin' & we'll see if she can either sang & hang or sink & swim!
She wasn't the best, but hardly the worst.
Last week did anyone notice Ryan asking her whether this was her first time performing on stage and she said it was so? Apparently Kellie had taken part in the Miss North Carolina pageant before and I would think that that involved a stage much larger than the one AI has.
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I'm from Mt. Airy, NC and this is very close to Winston-Salem, Greensboro, and High Point as far as populated towns nearby. Each of these cities have their own local news station and I have never heard of Gimme the Mike. I only heard of this program since Kellie made it on American Idol. I too feel that she is sincere in what she says and I have no reason to question her. I don't think that she will win but hope that she does well. I guess she gets my sympathy vote.
"Since no one can ever know for certain whether or not his own view of life is the correct one, it is absolutely impossible for him to know if someone else's is the wrong one." -Gore Vidal
I just don't understand why coming from a certain background is garnering automatic sympathy and belief. She could be exactly what she seems to be, but I'm certainly listening to my inner "judge", who's replying back that at the very least she hasn't really shown all that much talent.
Does the show craft images? Sure. Just as, sometimes, outsiders takes stabs at people without proof. All I can really go on is what my ears are hearing. So far? It ain't happening.
Plus, please... no more grandpa sandwich stories. The fact that somewhere in the real world there are some lovely charming people who tell stories like this doesn't mean it makes good TV. It matters not if it's sincere or a producer-trained act. It's annoying, at least in my opinion.
"You don't rehearse Mr. T, you just turn him loose."
-----Sylvester Stallone, on Mr. T-----
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"There's no crying in baseball!"
-- Tom Hanks, A League of Their Own
So, she's likable eh? Well, not to me.