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What you think about Simon Cowell ?

Submitted by SCOTT MCVEY AME... on Thu, 2006-03-23 09:48

What you think about Simon Cowell?

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I LOVE HIM HE IS SO HOT AND

I LOVE HIM HE IS SO HOT AND HAS THE SEXIEST ACCENT EVER OMG LOVE HIM SOOOOOO MUCH LOL

I LOVE him. He tells it like

I LOVE him. He tells it like it is. Keep it up!

SINON IS HONEST AND HE'S

SINON IS HONEST AND HE'S REAL!!!  WHY TELL SOMEONE THEY'RE GOOD WHEN THEY'RE NOT?   SIMON IS THE BEST JUDGE ON AMERICAN IDOL!!! 

 I LOVE HIS ACCENT AND HIS HOT BEHIND!!

I think that Katherine is

I think that Katherine is lovely and Kellie is cute, but Katherine's song was so sharp that I was wondering if the panel heard the same thing we did on the airwaves? Kellie is still riding on the "little minx" comment from Simon. I thought it was interesting that the only good comments that Queen made about the singers was about Paris and Taylor, and everyone seems to think he or she is not the caliber of singer that will win the contest. It's fun to hear Simon, who is generally right on with his comments, I love the fact that he speaks the truth...even when it hurts.

i think simon is a good

i think simon is a good judge. he speaks whats on his mind and most of the time its true. i have to admit he doesnt have to be so cruel about it though.

I never liked this show

I never liked this show before but decided to look this year, and fell in love with Elliott Yamin.  He seems to be a very versatile singer, a little vibrato, keeps his r & B in there, and sings with enthusiasm and emotion.  As I mentioned before somewhere I have a crush on him too and continue to vote for him for two hours...yes id really do.  Good luck to Elliott and write me anytime!!  You'll still get a contract, even if you dont win...I feel it.  The Queen performance was one of the best tonight.

Debbie

I never liked this show

I never liked this show before but decided to look this year, and fell in love with Elliott Yamin.  He seems to be a very versatile singer, a little vibrato, keeps his r & B in there, and sings with enthusiasm and emotion.  As I mentioned before somewhere I have a crush on him too and continue to vote for him for two hours...yes id really do.  Good luck to Elliott and write me anytime!!  You'll still get a contract, even if you dont win...I feel it.  The Queen performance was one of the best tonight.

Debbie

I am just glad I get a free

I am just glad I get a free Chris concert every week.  I will have to buy this seasons dvds, but for now there is nothing like getting something amazing for free.  And thank God for TIVO I rewind and record so I can replay his performances. I have watched Idol every season and this one is by far the best.  I thought I loved Bo, but....  I hope Chris gets to read this.  Thank you Chris.  I look forward to seeing you at a live show.

I think Simon is the only

I think Simon is the only objective and completely honest judge of the bunch. Paula is a total fake and I can't believe she was ever in the music industry based on some of her responses. Randy seems rather wishy-washey. I cant stand to watch how Simon is interupted and is never given the opportunity to state his opinion without Paula and Randy jumping all over him. He doesnt interupt them when they are giving their opinion but Paula can't keep her big mouth shut. Simon tells it like it really is. Come on...Kevin Covais...the next American Idol??? I think Paula's on drugs!

I think that the show

I think that the show wouldn't be as good as it is without Simon.  He is honest & straight to the point.  I like the fact that he tells it as it is.  Constructive criticism is what the contestants need.  Don't get me wrong.  I like all the judges.  I just think everyone is hard on the man that seems to be able to help with his criticism.   

I think that the show

I think that the show wouldn't be as good as it is without Simon.  He is honest & straight to the point.  I like the fact that he tells it as it is.  Constructive criticism is what the contestants need.  Don't get me wrong.  I like all the judges.  I just think everyone is hard on the man that seems to be able to help with his criticism.   

I live in NZ and have

I live in NZ and have watched American Idol from the beginning.  It p..... me off everytime Ryan makes sarcastic remarks towards Simon.Hes just a smartarsed DJ from the cutes department. Yawn. The fact remains, the truth hurts and Simon has got it right most of the time. I like the fact that he tells it like it is and I dont consider his comments on the contestants who CANNOT sing, rude or hurtful. I hear what he hears and the other 2 judges always seem to drip with honey and sugar (especially Paula) to the contestant(s) who havent got a hope in hell of winning anything. Randy and his dogpound crap drives me insane.Paula has the same comments for everyone regardless if they can sing or not. Simon needs to be there, and his advice to America works, otherwise America maybe embarressed with an American Idiot (Green Day neat song)  rather than an Idol. Keep up the good work Simon. You keep the other 2 honest thank goodness. Good luck to the final contestant.  

Hi fans..First, to respond

Hi fans..First, to respond to the question about Simon; Simon is correct 95% of the time and knows the music business. He is arrogant and mean spirited at times which diminishes his correctness. But, he usually is right. I only remember "Straight up" by Paula, so I haven't figured how she became expert enough to judge these struggling contestants. She looks stunning, but is completely "loopy" and makes no sense to us commoners. Randy seems a genuine nice guy, yet continues to act like a 14 year old, "way to go, Dog!", and I question his judgements about song choices and not as good as the originals. These contestants were all standing in line to audition less than 10 weeks ago, hoping for a chance. Now that they are here, they are ridiculed. I saw Kellie go from a hot, cool, gifted, determined young contestant to a robotic, careful, uncool, confused talent simply because the judges were so brutal about her performances, without giving an ounce of constructive criticism. She was simply afraid to just go out and sing. You could see it on her face everytime she walked onto that stage. I have watched every season and am disturbed by the pattern I have seen developing, making me believe more and more that the final decision is predestined as far back as the final 12, and if you don't agree. get your hands on the past seasons and watch who the judges start pushing by praising early on, dismissing better singers because of gender, race, age, or other totally biased crap. Then, look who wins. Kelly was no surprise, Ruben, Fantasia, Carrie, no surprise. The success of Clay ( a non winner) has been because of Clay and his talent, which he would probably never achieved if not for "Idol" because it gave him an audience. But, he is the exception. I have enjoyed the show, but for me , after watching Randy and company dismissing talent like Katherine, Kellie, and young Lisa, to promote a male "Idol" because Randy predicted it, is not real competition, it is manipulation of the masses, so for me , the show is over. The curtain is down. If the remaining viewers come to the same realization that I have, the show is really over. Like everything else in life that starts with good intentions "Idol" has taken the path of self destruction because of ego, greed, and mismanagement by the producers . It was a great show, great opportunity for those with the desire and determination to see it through. I congradulate all of the contestants, past and present for their participation in this grueling process before millions of people. By the way, now that I have had my say, don't be quick to dismiss my writings as the ramblings of some ole 59 year old who doesn't have a clue. I was raised in Hollywood, went to Hollywood High, and was in a great band featured with Dick Clarks "Where the Action is" in the 60's.  I have been around music and the music business all my life. I simply want to say to the viewing public to pay attention, and see if I'm right or wrong. For once, you be the judge.  Thanks.

Thank goodness for Simon and

Thank goodness for Simon and his honesty.  The other two are complete idiots.

Who is Randy Jackson anyway? Nothing but a namedropper.  And how pathetic is it that Paula Abdul gets to judge someone else's vocal talent? Ever heard that woman croon? GOOD GRIEF 

Simon brings to light what

Simon brings to light what my subconscious isn't capable of making into a coherient thought. This first time I hear his comment of a song its like rubbing my hand the wrong way on a rose bush, but then it begins to seep in, to slide down the walls of my brain which produces this shard of truth. And 'truth is born!' ...or at least my agreement of that truth is born! He is painfully right.Its not like he says it and I adopt his opinoion; its like I disagree vehemently and in squeezes this itsy bitsy blip of truth that I would prefer to ignore. But there it ishe has said it, it is out.It is the undemiable truth. Its uncanny baby! Don't ever lose that jewel, Simon. Aside from Idol, though, I hope he is a sweetheart and a pushover to those he loves. But on Idol, KEEP UP THE GREAT COMMENTATING!

yo simon is gay he needs to

yo simon is gay he needs to loosen up and stop making people CRY!!!!

This is my first day, second

This is my first day, second comment ever on a blog. I really don't know the drill...is it ok to talk about Mandisa on a blog for Simon? But I have to SHOUT TO THE WORLD that I CANNOT BELIEVE MANDISA GOT THE LEAST AMOUNT OF VOTES. What in the world happened folks. I thought she was the winner HANDS DOWN. It makes me think some of these little crownies are dialing and redialing and redialing for two hours to be able to have the number so drastically opposing. Here is my thought: Civilized people would be drawn to Mandisa and are more likely to follow the ethical route with one vote per each person they liked. Some of the other contestants, bless their hearts, might perhaps draw a following that is slightly more capable of fudging, I didn't say cheating, but FUDGING to assure their heart throb gets to stay at all cost. The conspirathy theory!. Anyway it was a GREAT LOSE. And I might ad the only MAJOR boo-boo Simon ever made was his take on Mandisa's performance. Hey, I just made this about Simon! Mandisa isn't even a country singer and her performance was incredibly sexy and gave me goose bumps. Yes, I am straight and I lovvvve country.

First thing after Kat's

First thing after Kat's first song was conspearacy or Fox manipulation. Randy paula and Retard all dissed Kat to the point of crying almost. Her flawlwess performaces was just that flawless buy Kat's standards. She was not trying to be Whitney (washed up drug addict) Houston, =she was trying to sing a song made famous by Whitney. These friggin idiot judges contradict their  critism evry week Eg: You have to pick better songs, sing ballads to show you range , dont sing ballads you dont sound neer a good as the origanal artist. These poor contestants dont have a frickin clue whether to poop or go blind.DO THIS ! What the hell you do that for. All three judges shoot down all threee girl contestants who were brilliant and Paula justa bout pooped herself trying to push out fake tears for Elliots lackluster in comparison perfomace. Paris kicked butt  again beautiful job. All 3 tards gave her a hard time WTF.S GOING ON fOX EXECS SAY SWAY THE aMERICAIN PEOPLE AWAY FROM THE GIRL CONTESTANTS SO WE GET A MALE IDOL WINNER. In summery We people in tv land are not totally retarded the 3 judges turned on the girls tonight and it was blatently obvious from where the Americain   people were sitting. Allthree shoulds been shot and urinated on. Im so mad i could spit

I think Simon has got into

I think Simon has got into this thing a bit too much. He has become predictable which in turn may make his comments taken lightly down the road. He is the spoiler which is fine but still needs to be realistic. I found it a bit rude to say he does not like country. That is fine not likeing a certain style yet he should be professional about it and judge the performer, not the style of music. According to Simon, there os rarely a performance he totally thinks is great. These are amatures and should not be compared to professionals. If and when these finalist make it big they will grow into a pro. As far as the show goes I think the producers are not too smart. I read Queen's Mr May's comments and how his comment to Ace was taken out of context. You guys want to survive, try and have some integrity.

I appreciate Simon for his

I appreciate Simon for his forthright candid comments however repititive they may be.  That add a little satire that makes American Idol unique.  I look forward to the performances by the artists but I also look forward to the comments of the judges.  Randy's repetitive speeches need to be eliminated, Paula should be a little more candid and not try to be nice to every contestant just for the sake of positive criticisms.  Simon is good when he is giving criticisms and not when he just blurts out unexplained comments... calling a song wierd doesnt lend to any useful advice to performers or audience members.

I have two comments.1.

I have two comments.

1. Someone please tell Celine Dion : Do not refer to Adrea Boccelli's voice as the voice of God or make any reference there to. I am sure that God has the voice of all voice parts especially the Dramatic voices. I found her comment simply foolish.

2. In view of the fact that any time a singer appears on American Idol and sings anything remotely sounding classical or even broadway(esque) they are , if not ripped apart, told that : This is American Idol and classical singing has no place in this competition. May I ask, why is Andrea Boccelli on this show and I'm sorry, David Foster has bad ideas for these singers.  Thankyou.

hi im lisa marie and i just

hi im lisa marie and i just have to meet you mr. simmon. u are a hot cup tea and i will be the sugar. all kidding aside im 46 born in 59 and just always wanted to get on ur show. thank you and job well donelisa marie

when has he ever made anyone

when has he ever made anyone cry? ive never seen anyone cry about simon. maybe some people cry because they didnt make it to hollywood. but thats only because they publicly embarresed themselves on tv

I agree!  Simon is just

I agree!  Simon is just honest.  He tells the contestants the truth.  He doesn't sugar coat it.  Although what he said to Mandisa was horrible and a little too much.  That was a terrible thing to do on national television.  I could only imagine what that poor girl felt.

I feel Simon's comments on

I feel Simon's comments on the performances are mostly correct. He does need to be a little less descriptive in his verbage. No need to rub salt into the wound. Randy softens his comments a little to much and Paula acts like a dumb blonde bimbo too much of the time. She's judging now and needs to cut the bubbly cheerleader routine. That quit working when she passed 30ish over 10 years ago. :>) I will say that some of the comments I have read about the program trying to guide the public towards one contestant or another has some merrit. Pop music still reigns supreme money wise and that is what they want, an American Pop Idol.

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