A few highs a few tearjerkers and a ton of lows – meaning, those unfortunate people who probably should maintain their day job instead of planning a career behind the microphone in show business.
I liked the cross personalities that the judges brought. I don’t think we’ll miss Paula much, just because there’s such a good mixture of individuals that are guest judges and of course Ellen is going to be fantastic. I even enjoyed seeing Victoria Beckham sitting behind the table.
I’m really digging Kara Dioguardi‘s personality and how she pretty much shut down the dude that was acting like a complete jerk because he had to “wait all day.” If you missed it, check it out below (sorry for the video quality):
Needless to say, I don’t think Mr. Andrew Fenlon made any friends after that “performance”
Here’s the official highlight video from last night’s premiere. You tell us, what do you think so far – is this going to be a season worth watching?
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