Have you ever got a song stuck in your head? I have. First, I like the song then I saw this group performed on a talent show on NBC. No it’s not Jackie Evancho, it’s impossible for me to sing opera, but I love her voice and she’s cute. She got second place. How come every time when someone wins a talent competition the runner up or second place winner succeed way much better than the winner? Clay Aiken did!
Anyway, this song that I can’t get out of my head, it’s not from Kylie Minogue song. Even though it is a catchy song. I am bopping my head right now with the song in my head. It can be annoying when I start to hum it quietly either from my head and it comes out through my mouth. The next thing I am shaking it up in my underwear in my bathroom dancing and singing the song. Never leave the door opened in your bathroom while shaving. Luckily I did not cut myself and bleed. My sister was staring at me. Awkward and embarrassed.
How many times I have to hear “Hey, Soul Sister” from Train, that’s the song that is in my head. Get a sister who is your soul sister and move on! I love GLEE best show. When Blaine (Darren Criss) sang to Kurt (Chris Colfer) “Hey Soul Sister” should that be “Hey Soul Brother”. I know it’s a TV show I am not condoning because Kurt is a gay character on the show. Is that I keep hearing the song on other TV episode for example Hellcats on the CW network, when the two girls share a dorm room together and confessed to one another. Gay? No! It’s a TV show!
I am listening to Jackie Evancho album. Her voice calms me down. What?! She singing “Hey Soul Sister” by Train too . I wish a Train would hit Train!
“How come every time when someone wins a talent competition the runner up or second place winner succeed way much better than the winner? Clay Aiken did!”
Read the fine print. The winner of a contest gets a very specific contract which entails very specific obligations. The person who finishes second gets all the exposure as the winner and is a free agent at the end of the contest. Michael Grimm got a good paying job. Jackie Evancho got a career.
Also, a talent contest is neither a game of chance or one of knowledge, and is therefore not covered under the transparancy laws which came from the game show scandels of the 50’s. They are under no obligation to actually honor the voting. Lest we scream about that though, they usually work it out pretty well for all involved. There is no way Jackie Evancho could withstand a 25 city tour – and the painful truth is that she and Susan Boyle were actually worth a great deal more to the market than their winning contracts