Wednesday, 12 December 2007

Faeces fixated factor judge Sharon Osbourne (64) has, like a rabid dog, savaged Danniii Minogue, mentor of 2007 winner Rhydian. The woman who created Ozzfest and managed Lynsey de Paul is reported as saying "She knows she's there because of her looks, not because of her contribution to the music industry." Dannii is quoted as recently saying that sitting on a judging panel of "older people" makes her feel "younger and prettier". Simon Cowell was asked for a comment...a spokesman said, "Simon has never been and never will be gay"
Rhydian has made his latest blog entry. He is excited by the forthcoming final and says that he was sad to see Niki go...apparently she used to cook a marvellous shepherds pie.
He is looking forward to Saturday's show and especially singing Scott Walker's 'Montague Terrace' , Tom Jones 'Thunderball' and his duet where he joins Kylie Minogue and they sing 'Where the Wild Roses Grow' from Nick Cave's Murder Ballads (Rumours are that Nick Cave will appear in the show to give Rhydian a coaching session in looking moody).
Actually he will be singing three dull ballads, but we can dream
video~Nick Cave & Kylie:Where the Wild Roses Grow
video~Tom Jones: Thunderball

Labels: , , ,



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Still confident of a victory with 3 dull ballads?

12 December 2007 at 23:58  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why can´t they let him show his true power? Even a 5 yr old would have picked better songs for Rhydian. Looks like they won´t let him win. If this is not a conspiracy I don´t know what is...

13 December 2007 at 00:16  
Blogger Mr Blister said...

To be honest I think Rhydian would win if they gave him Celine Dion to sing every week and supplied all viewers with cotton wool earplugs for use during Leon's performances. The public knows when someone has charm, star quality and ability. They can spot a second hand copy of a thrid rate imitation a mile off.

13 December 2007 at 09:00  

Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< click here for the RHYDIAN factor home page >>