|Dr Dim - 2009-06-07 |
The judge did pretty well, the "bravery" bit was a little condescending but how the hell do you say "we're looking for someone with a neck"?
|Braze - 2009-06-07 |
Well, that's not very fair. It takes a lot of courage to stick your neck out like that and risk rejection, and really she has a lot of backbone to go this far. This audition, all things considered, was head and shoulders above the competition, and I think the judge short-changed her.
He wanted head, neck and shoulders above :/
She'll never be the neck of a major corporation.
She's really quite graceful.
Watching with mingled nausea and awe, I found myself somewhat sad realizing that she has spent years practicing, believing earnestly that she could overcome the unfortunate hand fate dealt her.
Then I laughed my ass off at "stick your neck out". These stars are for you guys.
|dueserpenti - 2009-06-07 |
Maybe your mom should've let you accept that there are some things you're not suited for, before you look like a crazy freak on national TV. I knew a girl with a deformed arm and a gimpy leg in high school who joined the Modern Dance troupe, the moment of disillusionment was epic.
Dueserpenti, that was such a Dutch thing to say.
Regarding Modern Dance, physical deformities do not necessarily preclude a career, much less a performance opportunity.
Modern Dance often seems to attract people with very accepting attitudes; with notions that anything is valid.
Certainly such a physical deformity would preclude a career in ballet, tap, jazz, etc.
|Hooker - 2009-06-07 |
On a very special So You Think You Can Dance?
|Merzbau - 2009-06-07 |
Be fair, she was great in El Topo.
|Portaxx - 2009-06-07 |
The judges are just racist against Blemmyes
|oogaBooga - 2009-06-08 |
|phydeaux - 2009-06-08 |
She must swallow really fast.
|mashedtater - 2009-06-08 |
shame on me for thinking i was ugly and freakish today. poor thing.
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