Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Mormons mean money


If you haven't noticed an influx of Mormons on television, you aren't paying attention. TV producers know that putting a Mormon on their show means more viewers, more ratings, more money, MORMONS!
Being a Mormon lady, sometimes I am proud of the other Mormons I see on TV, i.e. David Archuleta and sometimes I'm not, i.e. _____________. I won't say who. Fill in the blank yourself.
I look forward to tonight's episode of American Idol. They will be showing the auditions in Salt Lake Citay! I can't wait to pick out my favorite fellow Mormon (although I am almost positive we have already seen some from the AZ auditions). But, I won't vote for them just because we belong to the same church. They have to earn my vote just like anyone else.
If you are a fan of my "Idol, Whooz Ur Daddy?" posts, they are coming soon. I start them usually after Hollywood week when the finalists are picked.
Holla at your Mormons!

24 comments:

  1. Oh, yeah... I am with ya! I am anxious to see tonights!

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  2. Holla!

    I had a friend audition for American Idol. There is no way I would get caught dead singing for a camera.

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  3. "Here a Mo, there a Mo, everywhere a Mo-mo."

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  4. I've really got to stay in and watch more TV I'm so not up on celebrity Mormons.

    Looking forward to your scintillating reviews.

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  5. Well, so I don't really watch Idol. Just never clicked with me. so I just take a jaunt on over to your place (blog) and find out what you think. If you think it then I know it is right on with truth.

    "Holla" out to you!

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  6. Let the AI posts begin! Woot!

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  7. Were you talking about Harry Reid?? I was thinking maybe that kid on The Real World. I couldn't think of anyone else.

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  8. I'm watching the show on the DVR.

    So far, I am not blown away by anyone. I don't understand why they love the girls that are just doing good impressions of other artists.

    Still waiting...

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  9. still waiting... it's about talent in my book, not religion! (Just like you said.) I did like the Osmond guy though.... give him something else and he will rock it!

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  10. I cannot make an early prediction of Mormon fabulousness. And you know how much I love to make predictions, because I am rarely ever wrong. BUT, I'm not sold on anyone yet.

    I will be watching the tall Samoan girl from Hurcan, not Hur-ri-cane, UT. Anyone who from around there knows it's said,"Hurcan."

    That old Osmond charm is hard to resist, too. I'm going to be pounding the digits fer sure, when Donny is on Dancing With the Stars.

    Stick with me...Hollywood starts next week!

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  11. I loved that they gave Salt Lake City the theme song of "Shiny Happy People." Yes indeedy!

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  12. i have quite a few lds friends who've auditioned for american idol. one was here in seattle and another in idaho. i'm curious to see what the LDS or not LDS SLC crowd brings.

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  13. I must admit, this is the FIRST season I've ever watched AI...shameful, I know. I did enjoy the SLC auditions and will continue to watch :) Looking forward to your reviews...I don't know what to expect!

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  14. That will be fun to ready -You Idol Whuz Yer Daddy (or however you spelled it) HOWEVER, I can not, pinky swore with myself, to NOT get as involved this year with my Idol favorite. Last year, the emotional investment with David Archuletta was to absorbing. (David and my best friends daughter were school mates) NOPE, gotta remove myself from it this year.

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  15. Idol, Whooz Ur Daddy is one of my favorite segments. I can't wait.

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  16. American Idol fans here. We missed most of the S.L. auditions.

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  17. Can you believe I we still haven't watch it yet? Losers!

    PS: Pedaling meant to say "Brother Reid"

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  18. Is it just me or did they cut all the Mormons from Hollywood week last night?

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