So why can't they just tell the kids "no" and leave it at that? The rest of America can fill in our own punchlines. This season has been very uncomfortable so far. I'd like to see them at least offer the contestants a little consolation or advice, not just tell them they suck outright. There's being honest and there is being an a-hole.
Originally Posted by Disney Wrassler
Well if the judges just said "NO" and did not offer any explination, then the participants would think the judges are A-Holes that did not let them move on for no apparent reason. But the point I tried to get across in the post of mine that you quoted was that the judges should critique the performance rather than make fun of their facial features .
[sarcasm] Why would the show have any responsibility at all? It is widely known that people should be able to do whatever they want to do to make a dollar. Even at the expense of people who are too naive to know any better. [/sarcasm]
I already noted that this is Season 6. Anyone too naive to know what could happen at the audition -- getting ripped on by Simon or getting laughed at by the others -- deserves no sympathy at all. Getting ripped on or laughed at is exactly what they deserve. AI is doing a service both to watchers and auditioners.
"Here You Leave the World of California Today and Enter the World of, um, er, California Today."
I think the Brother & Sister that both won last night; will go a long way on this show.
People at working laughed at the one guy that Simon said looked like a 'Bush Baby?" aka Monkey.
Then we laughed at the lady with the big blonde hair & w/ orange-red lipstick and big glasses and was with her mother. I said to my co-worker this morning; that she reminded me of Velma from Scooby-Doo. She had big glasses like Velma and she sorta dresses just like Velma and she even sounded like Velma from Scooby-Doo.