Simon Cowell says you suck and keep your day job, Paula Abdul smiles and says I'm sorry, while Randy Jackson says you didn't stay on key. Now, what's cruel about honesty?
Simon Cowell says you suck and keep your day job, Paula Abdul smiles and says I'm sorry, while Randy Jackson says you didn't stay on key. Now, what's cruel about honesty? Recently contestants and a few tv hosts have been speaking on the criticism being dished to contestants on the talent show American Idol. Saturday, Simon Cowell, stated at a news conference, "If you don't want to hear that, don't show up."
Whether or not who likes what is being stated, the show attracted around 37 million viewers making the show the most-watched on U.S. television.
A music teacher who appeared on the show that auditioned to become the next American Idol was told, "You shouldn't be a vocal teacher. I wouldn't take vocal lessons from you, I wouldn't tell anybody to take vocal lessons from you," stated Randy Jackson.
Rosie O' Donnell from "The View" who's been the talk of media after being called a fat pig by Donald Trump has stepped in and spoke about how the contestants were treated by three millionaires and one who was probably intoxicated. Was anyone intoxicated?
In the end whether or not many of the contestants make it, many of them have ended up with jobs with people such as Tyra Banks and have appeared on national talk-shows.