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He only got through to this point because he wore down Kara DioGuardi and Paula Abdul with his please, please please, please begs. Otherwise, not much happened. The Hollywood Week contestants auditioned in two parts. Half went day one, in groups of eight, and the other half in day two. Eight people stood on the stage at a time, sang, and got back in line.
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With plenty of drama unfolding among Hollywood Week groups, the case for the ouster of early favorites like Deanna Brown is curiously missing. Get out your freshly sharpened No. B Turn the first half of the one-hour telecast into a music-free experience that instead focuses on hysterical meltdowns by folks who appear to be suffering from Narcissistic Personality Disorder? Question 2: You are surprised to see a charming, talented contestant such as Deanna Brown, David Osmond, or Jessica Furney get the boot. B No explanation whatsoever, only a quick cut to your favorite looking crushed, preferably fighting back tears. Question 3: Which scenario would make for better television?
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I hated myself for seeking his approval. I have never been that person. I felt more like I was there to serve ulterior motives and ones that I could never achieve for them. Under those circumstances, I could see why Cowell was less than kind to me at times, but it still hurt. The woman I used to be — the one who had forged ahead in a sea of doubt and had still risen to the top of the music business despite the bumps in the road — was gone.
Ingrid Haas Images courtesy of author. Actors have so little control over the trajectory of their career, it would drive anyone with any normal level of self-worth to insanity. It has, for me, at least.