Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by yenrod, 26 May 2008.
It reminds me of a stoning session and its severely ugly !
I'm loving it!
Last year it was novel and had a spontaneous feel to it. This year it looks clinical and is saccharine sweet, Yenners your right its not going to be pretty.
Lurrrrveeee the belly dancer!
Thats what I mean - Mondo: its just set-up - with the crowd baying for blood, near enough !
What next the loser gets executed live on TV.
I'm worried, seriously worried.
I think it was a travesty that that singer lad lost out to a dog.
I would disagree. That dog is very very talented and I think that it was a worthy finalist compared to yet another singer. Loved the belly dancer as well
I agree,a very talented dog indeed,but that lad has west end musical written all over him dont you think?And what next for the dog,riverdance?No im afraid that lad was wronged,but the consolation is,he will have been noticed and i think we will see him in the future.
Oh and yes,she was good too
The dog was talented, but the owner should take the credit for training him in the first place. Thought the guy in the dress was ace, a good singer and natural entertainer. The lad will find his home in musicals, no probs.
I don't watch telly - I thought you were referrring to Cav, Steve and Nicole!
The dog star has landed a sirius part at the London Pal ladium with his Chums and they'll be on a good Bonus - appearing in a ruff version of Rawhide I understand...
Yes - Britain's Got Talent.
Never seen the show, I'm happy watching CycleChat - the show with go! (And the 20mph average audience)
That's right. The guy playing Star Wars was a perfect example of the vulnerable being abused.
It should be re-named, "Britain Has No Taste."
id rather watch tomas the tank engine with my 2 1/2 yr old son...
Is it me or has Andrew Johnstone (the bullied fat kid) got the personality of an engaged telephone?
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