The former super singers who were judges for Top 40 & 30 were bias with some of contestants. The way they promoted some kids to the Top 40 & top 30 were astonishing. The deserving ones were deprived of their 6th star just to accommodate some younger ones who are in the show to showcase their cuteness. *eyes rolling*
Having seen the former super singers performing before, most of them do not even have half of the charisma and talent of the children they placed on waiting list. It’s really shameful to see such full blown bias.
This was pretty much prevalent when we have the unbiased SPB family giving frank comments and eliminating those chosen by the former super singers.
And yes Shubaji, thanks for giving a chance for a boy marked for elimination another chance while depriving other children their rightful place to the top 25. That too after his atrocious singing.
This boy is one of a kind singer cum performer. Yet, the douchebag judges refused to give the boy the sixth star he very much deserved to be in the top 30.
Do you how disappointed the boy was when he was deliberately refused his sixth star. That too, after seeing all the idiot judges fully enjoying and giving him high five for his performance. What kind of maniacs would do that?
What was more annoying was the illogical excuses given by two male judges.
Thanks to Gopinath and team, the boy is now one of the top 30 singers in the show. Priya Darshini went one step higher and said that the wild card round can’t do anything to him, ie, will not stop him.
And what I do find out today, this boy was in the top 15 of another reality show. He wouldn’t be there if he wasn’t talented, you idiot judges!
The irony is, the so called judges themselves are half baked singers…what more performers.
Shame on you!
I just hope the overzealousness of these select few judges would not dampen the boy’s spirit. And, please judges, I beg you, just be fair to this boy.
Deepak, I am vouching for you. 🙂
I scratched my car on the left side as I was coming out of the parking lot. Boohoohoo
It set me back by RM500!!
A loud bang followed by scratches!!
I got the car back from the workshop last evening.
I have yet to read any books! 😦
I have this fear of going to public toilets all alone. It just gives me the creeps. I am scared to be the only person in the toilet. I may not be irrational. I am definitely paranoid.
I delay my visit or may not relieve myself at all until I reach home.
I am that paranoid!
Threading: I get it done only when I have the time. I tried plucking on my own this morning. Seems to work. Hope to be consistent at least till the next trip to the salon.
Shoes: I can have up to four pairs of shoes at any given time. I only alternate with two pairs. I wear them till they lose their shine. To work. I am working on this. No longer wearing thongs for day outs. Only shoes.
Make up: I don’t even way lipstick to work. I was supposed to work on this. And failed. Started wearing lipstick as of today. And I wear make up or at least dab my lips with colour when I go out.
Jeans & T-shirt: Man’s greatest invention. I am trying to wean out of it. Even T-shirts.
Weight: The air I breathe makes me put on weight. I am so disappointed. I have given away a lot of my clothes in the past year. Have bought some ‘aunty’ blouses to hide the bulges. I have a big laundry basket of clothes to be given away.
Silence: I am back to being silent instead of voicing out my displeasure. The silence is making Mr to sit upright and ask me what is bothering me instead. Voicing out was driving him back to his hole.
Hair: The short hair took a dig at my self-confidence. It is a bit better after the trip to the salon yesterday.
Handwriting: I am on a mission to improve my handwriting.
Typing: I can type real fast & without looking at the keyboard too.
Movies: I am on a roll.
News:I make it a point to read the news everyday before noon. So far so good. From a newspaper junkie to nothing. Now to something. Most of the news were obtained either on Facebook or Twitter.
Makeup: whenever I leave the house, with exception to work.
Slippers no more. Sandals only.
Junior Staff: They are only too happy to handover their tasks and limit themselves of growth. Say when asked to write ‘apple’, they write it down as ehPaL. Complete no regard for correct spelling or capital letters. As long as it sounds like apple, they congratulate themselves for completing the task of writing it down. It’s even more disappointing though they may be junior staff, they are certainly not young.