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More old news... 2012.

I've recently been engaging in crappy "talent show" marathons, taking a quick survey of the past decade or so of commercial kikey pop culture that I've ignored. I wrote about how the X Idol Factor's Got A Little Bit Of Talent shows occasionally come across talented kids and then usually screw them up.

This isn't exactly what I was talking about, but still related:

I came across this performance that was apparently some subject of great import and debate in the Kike Stream Media. For me there's no debate. It's simple: A jealous old crack whore piece of used jet trash was jealous that a little 13-year-old girl was better than her, and so got stoned or drunk and went out to sabotage the girl by trying to show how much better she (the old crack whore) is (epic fail!) -- knowing in her heart that she would actually just make the show a travesty -- and then blaming the kid for the lousy performance

The girl got a quick lesson in the evils of idolatry, and I hope the lesson sunk in. Doubtful though, since she belongs to an idolotrous tribe.

Part of the schtick of these kikey shows is to force the contenders to partner up with each other, and with former winners and runners-up, and with "celeb" stars, regardless of whether it suits the contestant or not.

In this case (from 29:14 in the video), the young girl, Carly Rose Sonenclar, excitedly introduced the former star whom she had been forced to pair up with: LeAnn Rimes, now an old skank who was stoned, who looks like the walking dead, who has vomitous make-up plastered on her face, who's dressed like shit, who can barely stand up (and needs to lean on the kid), and who can't sing to save her life. Then the old bitch had the nerve to blame the kid for the disaster. If she had any decency, she'd have just said she was sick, and left the gil to sing the song by herself.

You can see the looks of horror and disgust on the girl's face (at 30:50 and and 31:05), but she bravely puts on a fake smile -- the show must go on! I wish she had stopped and shouted, 'I can't sing with this lousy old drunk bitch! I quit!" and walked off stage.

Britney Spears, Carly Rose's 'mentor', and no stranger to public breakdowns (I've always had a soft spot for the crazy bitch, for some stupid reason -- I think she's actually really sweet and kind, and doesn't take herself too seriously) looks at the old skank with restrained disgust, at 32:10. I think Butterface Spears has a lot of character, and when she went through her public breakdowns she never dragged anyone else down with her. (I also liked how her response to all the pathetic and inhuman kike-media scandal-whores was "Piece of Me", which rocked harder than most "rock" songs). I don't think Spears is jealous of younger, prettier girls who have better voices. I think she would like everyone to do well.

Anyway, all in all, I think this incident reveals a lot about The Biz. I would actually love to make a movie based on this scenario, if I had time, and if I could be bothered to go to the trouble of accurately imitating all the fake verbiage of American celeb culture.

The little girl is a spoilt little Kike American Princess, by the way, with two rich and influential kike parents, and so will most likely grow up to be just another kike-bitch in the kike-media. But that doesn't have any direct bearing on what happened in this performance. And the girl actually does have a great voice for a 13-year-old, so I guess she'd have done well even without her Kike privilege.

I think she probably lost the competition (she was runner-up) because the public lost interest in her Whitney/Celine vocal gymnastics, and got creeped out by her fake expressions and fake adult emotions. Her performance of "Rolling In The Deep" was unnaturally good.

Interesting how kike her final-show songs were: "Hallelujah" by Kike Lenny Cohen, and a fake romantic fake Christmas song Mariah Bloody Carey.

No doubt she'll be back.

LeAnn Rimes was a star at 13, and was 30 in this video, so maybe this Kikess child will also be a strung-out, washed-up whore on some talent show 19 years from now, screwing up some other kid's chance. Rimes spent years in court suing her dad for scamming millions of dollars from her. In 2010 she performed "The Rose" with The Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles. She wrote: "I believe in equality for everyone. I believe everyone should have the right to love and commit to whomever they want. [...] All I know is that in God's eyes we are all the same. I just wish we could see through the eyes of God more often."

Really inappropriately slutty lyrics for a 13-year-old in the song starting at 4:01 in the following video, by the way. Obviously no decent parent to steer her in a more age-appropriate direction. "Oy vey! It's just a song awreddy! Anything for fame and riches!"

'Sonenclar appeared in an episode of [The Kike's] Law & Order: Special Victims Unit in 2013,. Also in 2013, Sonenclar performed at the opening ceremony of the 19th Maccabiah Games at Teddy Stadium in Jerusalem."

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Not related to Carly Rose Sonenclar, but while I'm here I'll just note the habit in these shows of having White girls do supposedly "sexy" dance routines with troupes of muscle-bound dancers pawing over them, and of course they always have at least one Negro doing the pawing. At this point, I don't think they consciously plan it that way, but rather it's just part of the accepted way of doing things -- "We have to have her do a sexy dance number, and we need to have some fake 'female empowerment' aspect by having lots of sexy guys drool and fawn over her; and of course we have to always have at least one black guy -- an all white dance crew would be racist."

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About the winner of that season's Kike Factor:

"Tate Stevens secured a $5 million recording contract with Syco Music, and was signed to RCA Records Nashville in January 15, 2013. He released his debut song in a commercial produced by Pepsi, which aired during the 2013 Grammy Awards on February 10, 2013. The full-length music video for the song used about 100 extras. Tate's self-titled debut album was released on April 23, 2013. The album debuted at number 18 on the Billboard 200 with 17,000 copies in its first week. After 'Power of a Love Song' reached a peak of number 49 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart, no further singles were released from the album. Subsequently, in August 2013, Stevens was dropped by his record label RCA."

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Good point about Britney. Somehow, despite her problems she has retained some vestige of humanity it seems. Contrast with Miley Cyrus - already a repellent used up whore. I know, I know she's a victim too.

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