And Tommy Lee kind of dissed Dilana last night on Jimmy Kimmel, too. Jimmy asked some open-ended question about problems that might occur when the SN guys "hang" with the contestants, like in Vegas, and if anyone ever became a problem (something like that), and Tommy volunteered that Dilana had gotten falling down drunk and had to be carried out like a sack of potatoes.
I kind of got the feeling that if the SN guys still (or ever?) thought of Dilana as "the one," he probably wouldn't have been so quick to badmouth her in front of a nationwide audience on another show. Of course, I guess that could have been a round-about way of "explaining away" the verbal indiscretions that have landed Dilana in so much hot water.
Arielflies, I totally agree with your last post:
:Originally Posted by Arielflies
Dilana's "mea culpas," were unnnecessarily prefaced with stuff like "Everybody screws up." I hate it when people tack stuff like that or like "It takes a big person to admit they're wrong ..." onto their apologies, because it seems they fear they would totally lose face if they just plain said, "I was out of line. I'm sorry."
But I can't help thinking that the concept of "a truly humble, penitent rock star" may be an oxymoron -- at least in the eyes of the SN guys. They dissed Dana for being too nice. Can Dilana (or any female contestant) risk being seen as "soft" or very polite? Dilana's on a thin tightrope here, and I'm not sure there's any way she could act that would please all her (present and former) fans and the SN guys too.
I really hope she bounces back next week and delivers like she did Tuesday night, even if she's in the bottom group again. (Nobody's safe now that it's down to 5.) The show will lose a lot of its appeal for me if she's gone.