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    So she's going for the bald women team. Good luck with that. I don't think either one of them is ultimately over the top marketable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by razorbacker View Post
    So she's going for the bald women team. Good luck with that. I don't think either one of them is ultimately over the top marketable.

    Me either. What's up with that? I thought the guy sounded much better.

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    I think she just picked Frenchie because Frenchie was better. Tarralyn obviously blew it but even if she hadn't, she is so old-fashioned. I think if you compare Idol Frenchie to The Voice Frenchie, you will see a big difference. Frenchie is singing catchy songs now and she is more concerned with performance instead of belting. Tarralyn approached this show much like she approached the last one. The Voice seems to be more current than other American singing competitions are and I think Frenchie seems to be the more appealing to the current market.
    I wondered about this. I think Frenchie has a great voice, but IMO she looks VERY mature. She looks like she could be Christina's mom even. I can't see that working if she's selling to younger people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Debb70 View Post
    I wondered about this. I think Frenchie has a great voice, but IMO she looks VERY mature. She looks like she could be Christina's mom even. I can't see that working if she's selling to younger people.
    Lol! I don't think Frenchie looks that old! That's funny. I see what you mean. I do have to say that there are lots of musicians and celebrities that have short hair right now. I think Frenchie is on trend with her hair. Bold colors are very right now and Amber Rose has a similar hair style. I think she dresses her body type well too. I don't know if mainstream young people would love Frenchie but it looks like she might be targeting the gay scene and I think she fits that a lot better. It helps that she seems to be great friends with Nakia and Beverly too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Debb70 View Post
    I wondered about this. I think Frenchie has a great voice, but IMO she looks VERY mature. She looks like she could be Christina's mom even. I can't see that working if she's selling to younger people.
    I was kind of thinking along those lines. She and that woman from last night have great voices, but they look so old--relatively speaking, from our culture's standpoint. I know it sounds terrible, but that might work against them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Babbred View Post
    I was kind of thinking along those lines. She and that woman from last night have great voices, but they look so old--relatively speaking, from our culture's standpoint. I know it sounds terrible, but that might work against them.
    There were a lot of oldies that made it through so far. Nakia, Jared, and Javier are old. Vicci Martinez definitely has an old soul. I don't think Xtina's team will suffer more than those guys. I hope we get some fresher singers making it through later on.

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    A girl with hair, lot's of hair.

    Give me a head with hair
    Long Beautiful hair

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    Yeah, I can't see someone who has no hair by choice, being receiving by the public very well. If it's a medical condition, that's a different story. People are drawn to the bravery a person with cancer or some other illness show when appearing bald, but when you do it as a fashion statement, I don't know. I don't think people are fond of it. That's just my take on it.

    While I think Frenchie has great vocals, I don't enjoy hearing the other lady sing, at all. I guess Christina knows more than I do. I was shocked she picked her in the blind auditions.

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    Re: Christina Aguilera - Coach

    Quote Originally Posted by Debb70 View Post
    Yeah, I can't see someone who has no hair by choice, being receiving by the public very well.
    Really? That's what it takes to turn the public off? A personal style choice that has absolutely no effect on the public's life? Yet another reason to embrace misanthropy and asocialism.

    And that aside, Sinead O'Connor, Billy Corgan, Michael Stipe, Seal, Peter Garrett, Moby and Isaac Hayes, among others, have done well enough for themselves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rattus View Post
    Really? That's what it takes to turn the public off? A personal style choice that has absolutely no effect on the public's life? Yet another reason to embrace misanthropy and asocialism.

    And that aside, Sinead O'Connor, Billy Corgan, Michael Stipe, Seal, Peter Garrett, Moby and Isaac Hayes, among others, have done well enough for themselves.
    I was referring to females, but what do I know. Time will tell.

    It wasn't her lack of hair that was my issue. I didn't care for her voice. I liked Frenchie's voice.

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