I think it's doric - I just copy hubby - he's the doric expert. Sometimes I haven't a clue what he's saying.
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As good as the dog is, how would you feel as a singer or dancer to be beaten by it? Not great for your cv
Not for anything that's promised but for everything that's possible - Yes Scotland
Posted 13 May 2012 - 09:32 AM
Very true Susan but very few dogs will perform to that level regardless of who trained them. Still would not do your confidence any good being beat by a dog and trainer
But they haven't really been beaten by a dog. That dog was trained to do that by a person.
Posted 13 May 2012 - 10:35 AM
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Posted 13 May 2012 - 10:57 AM
How did Susan Boyle feel when she was beaten by a dance group? Ashley came up with 3 brand new routines each time - to my mind, same reason Diversity won over Susan Boyle. She sang the same song she did at her first audition....they worked up 3 different routines each time. More work, more innovation, more entertainment.
I'm sure the singers in last night's final will go on and find fame in their own right and I'm sure they'll not be cursing a dog. Question is....why do singers think they should use this vehicle to find fame and fortune. Plenty singers do it every day without the need to win a talent show - think Paloma Faith, Jessie J, Rolling Stones, The Beatles. None of them needed a TV talent show to make far more money than half a million pounds.....
Posted 13 May 2012 - 01:02 PM