Saturday, August 20, 2011

What "Canada's Got Talent" is looking for! Vocally Speaking, How Does it Fit in the Show?

For a fact we know that "America's Got Talent" wants something different, unique, exciting and dangerous. So the question is, how in a real sense does the vocal performance by anyone would fit in the show structure.

My guess would be that a vocal performer for that matter has to weigh, minimum to say, 500 pounds (i.e. being morbidly obese), have leprosy disease, and preferably showing it on their face, and along with that, sing a well known cover tune with the angelic voice! It is unique alright, my reader may exclaim, but how is it dangerous? My answer would be, it fits the criteria of the show perfectly! Let me elaborate:

The performers in general are quite pleasant to look at. They usually have beautiful faces and their bodies are quite fit. They, as a rule, do not possess the contagious diseases, such as leprosy might be and usually, not looking as big as a house, so that the stage, for real, would have a danger to collapse, just like recently two stages did: one in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada and the other in Indianapolis, Indiana.

So, if you possess all of those qualities, go ahead and win the competition, provided that you will survive in the process of the "unique and dangerous". Needless to say, I'm sure it's going to be extremely "exciting" for all of the parties involved.

On a personal note, I have to advise you that it is also quite dangerous to enrol yourself in any competitions like this, as the agreement you would have to sign (usually close to 20 pages and with the fine print) stipulates that all of you, including all of your organs and parts of your body, belong to the people who organize those competitions and for quite a lengthy while after the competition. So God forbid you would need any organs transplant, you may not be allowed to do so (lol).

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