2012 is the Year The ODDcast PODcast opens up to more Interaction with it’s Listeners and People connected with the show. I have lined up some interesting guest’s to appear on the Show in the coming months to keep things fresh and exciting.
One Confirmed Guest and due to on in the next month is American Sports Journalist/Radio Presenter/Blogger/Actress and Promoter LAUREN WINSTON
Lauren is a lady who is due to have a very exciting 2012. She has her fingers in many (American) Pies (HeHe) and a very talented and ambitious individual. She has presented various Radio shows, appeared in a Clint Howard and Charlie O’Connell Movie, Presented the Sports Segment on a Sports Show and writes a very descriptive and in depth Blog about her daily life.
She also has her own You Tube Channel : Lauren TV
Lauren Winston Radio Promo
Lauren Winston Commercial
Lauren Winston – Lauren TV: Pub Crawl
Lauren Winston – Lauren TV: Old Town
Shes an energetic woman with her eyes firmly onto making the future bigger and better for herself.
Go Follow her on twitter: @LaurenWinston
Just came across The Latest Katy Perry Video for One That Got Away and was very impressed.
First Off its a great Pop song! But The video is well made, well shot, well structured and pretty dark and depressing really. It has a real Johnny Cash feel right at the end with a musical interlude to end out on. A Great Video!
She also reminds me of an Old Lea Thompson in the Old make Up, from Back To The Future
Check out Episode 11 of Ask an American for some Katy Perry chat too.
ODDcast PODcast: Entertainment News
Back to Reality
So this weekend sees the final of The X Factor UK and a brand new Popstar will emerge to mass applaud, critical success and worldwide praise and admiration.
Or will they purely win a Tv show then be forgotten about in 15 minutes until the next big entertainment show starts?
Let’s face it, The X Factor isn’t, and never has been, a show that showcases the best singers from the UK. It’s simply an entertainment show that showcases entertaining acts, sob stories and people that the simple minded music buyer will follow and become a fan of.
The X Factor is a show to give people who haven’t got an idea who to like in the Music world and option to follow somebody. I don’t want to say the shows for idiots, but it isn’t for people to watch and say
“That girl is going to be bigger than the Beatles” because that’s ridiculous. But you must also remember that bands like One Direction are causing the same mass hysteria than The Beatles created in the 60’s. But what separates them are the ability to make good music. Which always prevails regardless of popularity and winning a tv show.
Reality TV is purely Entertainment and the ones with Normal folk becoming celebrities is the one appeal to why they are still around.
The Only Way is Essex is only popular because people connect to them. They have watched them go from being a normal civilian like themselves and move into a world a lot of people only dream of.
People are constantly moaning about Reality TV and how dumbed down, commercial, pointless and a factory of creating so called Celebs, but what they fail to realise is the audience watching are wanting to see people made into celebs as they see it as a bridge between themselves and the people they are watching.
ShowBusiness as they call it, is defined by one simple rule.
– You must be liked and popular to sustain a career regardless of talent.
I’m a Celebrity get me out of here is a prime example of celebrities unsure of their own place in the world. So in order to get clarification of where they belong they go through this ordeal of pretty much exposing themselves in order to see how popular it works or in some cases doesn’t work.
So whether you like it or not Reality TV is here and has a fan base. If people are so offended by it then they need to start re-evaluating there own morals.
But some reality tv shows can be a right old Cu………