Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Stunned Stupefication

I am a TV nut! Yes, I admit it! I love TV and I can talk to you about entertainment news for hours...in fact, I have done this on occassion. But enough of that!

Of course, being a TV addict I watch TV (ahem, alot!!!)

As I was flipping through the channels last night I came across a new "reality" show (I love reality) and sat in my chair with my mouth hanging open and a glazed look in my eyes...it was something called....The Secret Talents of SuperStars...uh, ah, um, well....it was LAME!!! OMG....they are taking celebrities and having them "explore" their secret talent and then perform...you the viewer then goes online and vote for their favorite during the actuall broadcast (so I don't know how us on the West Coast even can vote) and then the two with the highest scores move on to the Semi-Finals, and then all of those in the Semi-Finals compete! I watched the "directions" of the show and the first star...Sasha Cohen and had to turn it...it was turning my mind to mush!!! Like celebrities aren't stars already...and many of them have branched out into arenas other than the one they started in...do we need to give them this? Really?????

And to top it off? The host is John Hurley! He is an ok guy...but his hosting skills are lacking...he is so droll and boring...UGH!!!

I'm sure this is one show I WILL NOT be watching much of, actually NONE of it!

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UPDATE: READ THE NEWS ARTICLE I JUST FOUND...

By Associated Press

NEW YORK (AP) - The secret talents of celebrities will remain hidden. CBS is axing its new reality show "Secret Talents of the Stars" after only one episode.

The first airing Wednesday had former "Star Trek" actor George Takei singing "On the Road Again." Only 4.6 million people tuned in - and thousands tuned away as the hour continued.

The reality show also had Clint Black doing standup comedy and Mya tap-dancing. Danny Bonaduce is among the celebrities whose secret talents will be kept to himself.

CBS officials say news programming is expected as a temporary replacement.

1 comment:

Marcie said...

LOL! YOu make me laugh!!! :)