It's baaaaackkkk! and I am eternally grateful for it's return. Of course I am talking about the show that I am committing adultery with American Idol for. It's the voice. And I am sorry that I am not sorry that I just like it better than Idol now. I love Blake and Adam's bromance. I love when X-Tina appears as though she is experiencing the Holy Ghost every time someone sings a riff like she sings. I even missed Ceelo being the one that I like the least among the judges. I don't miss the facebook statuses about how hot Adam is. He needs to give us dog biscuits a chance. It's just unfair.
On Monday nights my Mom invites me over for dinner, and we watch The Voice as a family. It's fun until Mom wants to give me the entire rundown of her day during the "fastest chair turn in Voice history" or she wants to ask me did I see the facebook post that her "friend" posted who is really my friend, but whatever. Yes, I did see that. Three days ago when it was posted..
When I watch TV, I watch TV. I am loyal for the duration of the program. I don't like to hear any talking. So when that happens, I (very assertively) hit pause and stare at whomever thinks his story is better than Gloria Estefon's old backup singer.
That is why I don't like group TV.
I am kind of sad they didn't turn around for the country boy named Jake. He sang Keep Your Hands to Yourself and it was really good. My top three that were chosen are as follows:
1. The smart kid who worked at the apple store who used his rather extensive vocabulary during the pre-interview. He sang Jack White's Love Interruption. Now, I am not a huge Jack White fan, but I can appreciate his music. My Mother, on the other hand, can not. Any time someone sings a song that she doesn't know, she says..."That must be a Michael Buble song..." because long before iTunes was cool and I still lived at home, I added some songs to the iTunes library that I was the sole subscriber. Fast forward 6 years. Mom gets an iPod, and after countless tutorials, she still can't manage to add certain playlists, nor can she add a song and follow the prompts to NOT add the entire library. So there may be ONE Buble song on her iPod that hasn't been updated since 2007, and she has no idea just how great he is, and certainly can not appreciate anything other than Chris Young or Elton John. That's all she likes.
2. Donna-You Are So Beautiful. Christina felt the Holy Ghost and raised her hand. She was good.
3. My favorite was the 16 year old Dad that sang Too Close. I know it was pitchy, but it was good to me.
Here's to no interruptions tonight, because I will watch it alone.
until next time...