Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Paging Doogie Howser, MD

Doogie Howser is in the Hiz-ouse tonight. We're holding auditions in Dallas. Way to go, Lone Star. Let's go dancin'!

Julie Kevelighan: She does not give Dallas a good name. She sings "Black Velvet" the first time, then as if that wasn't bad enough, she sings another 2 songs to top it off. Why, oh why, when contestants get the initial NO from the judges, do they think they can reverse their decision by singing another song? Take note, future contestants, this is something you just do not do. Ever. Oh, and then! She tries to sing another song for Ryan when she leaves the audition room. Poor Ryan claims he can't do anything for her outside that judging room. The answer ends there. She blames her horrible audition on the fact that she didn't take a deep breath before she sang. Yes Julie, that's it. Your breathing.

Lloyd Vixen Sexy Thomas: Yup, I sure enough said that just now. He sings "Overjoyed" by Stevie Wonder. I thought he would be better than he actually was. He didn't wow me that much, but he could hold a tune.

Doogie & Simon are having a couple of tiffs. What's happening.

Kimberly Carver: She sings an original song, & she is amazing. Brilliant. Simon says he doesn't see anything current or anything original. Doogie strongly disagrees. Does someone have a crush on another? Hhmmmm...
I actually think Simon is threatened by Doogie b/c he's sort of taking the reigns while he guest judges. He's the one who is narrating, who is asking what each judge thinks, & he's running the show! Way to go Doogie.

Barney and Friends-S&M-Girl: I think I speak for all of us when I say what in the world is going on here? She says her dream is to let people know that Barney kids grow up. Yes, grow up to be dirty. Eek. Everyone gives her a YES, so she gets through. Wait, so did she get through b/c she was a Barney girl, or because she was good? I'm not certain. What I am certain of, however, is that it had something to do with leather, thigh-highs & a whip. Good grief.

Dave Pittman: Dave has a Tourette Syndrome, but it doesn't affect him when he's singing. How awesome is that?!!!! What a cool thing that he gets through & his family is so happy. Hip Hip Hooray for Dave.

Joe Jonas is the guest judge for the second day of auditions. Dallas is his hometown, so he's excited to be here.

Todrick Hall: Out of all the auditions, I think I like this guy the best. Of the best. The fact that he writes an original song about the audition process & all the judges is pretty cute. He gets through. I'm sincerely happy for Todrick.

Maegan Wright: She's from Richardson, Texas. She might be the first country singer to get through this season. She sings Dylan's "To Make You Feel My Love" & does great with it. She gets a golden ticket. And hot damn!!-her family is so happy for her that it makes me happy too.

Vanessa Johnson: Miss Optimist has entered the room. I don't know if she's ever been in a bad mood. Whoa, it's way too much. She sings "At Last" by Etta James. She starts in one key & the next note is in a completely different key. I don't think I can do this much longer. Simon says his nightmares look like what she sounds like. Here's Ben's quote: "That sounds like pictures of Hell I've seen." Heh, LMAO.

Christian Spears: Diagnosed with leukemia at 4 years old. She seems like a really sweet girl. She sings an Etta James song, too. She's only 16, so she's pretty good for her age. It's a little too dramatic for my taste, but she can hold her own. All the judges give her a yes, except for Randy who gives her "a billion percent yes." Damn you, Dawg. A billion percent!!???? Must we go through this every time?

Aren't y'all proud of me for blogging tonight? It's a first this season, woot woot.

In other news, Joe Jonas was a big fat huge torrential BORE. Zzzzzzz.....did something just happen, or was that my snoring that woke me up from my REM sleep cycle? Eek, it was like watching paint dry. I'm not a fan of the JoBros.

See y'all next week in Colorado.

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