Friday, May 25, 2012

Phillip Phillips beats Jessica Sanchez in the American Idol Finale

Phillip Phillips and Jessica Sanchez: Their journeys may have started in the same way, but their stories ended very differently.

The finale kicked off with the Top 13 American Idol finalists performing Bruno Mars' "Runaway Baby," complete with break dancers. Then, Phillip took the stage to sing "Have You Ever Seen the Rain?" and "Bad Moon Rising" with CCR's John Fogerty.

After a look back at some fun Idol moments from the season (including several involving Steven Tyler's rear end), Fantasia joined Joshua ("Mantasia") for a rollicking performance of Elton John's classic, "Take Me to the Pilot."

Idol's resident mentor, Jimmy Iovine, confessed in a video "love letter" to Jennifer Lopez that he often confused her name with Jessica's (he also had trouble with "Joshica"). 

Then performances kept on coming. The top female finalists joined Chaka Khan for a medley of her hits before Rihanna took the stage for a super sexy performance of her latest hit, "Where Have You Been?" Then country queens Skylar Laine and Reba paired up to perform "Turn on the Radio."

Next, Steven Tyler gave us a peek inside his "colorful" world, which involves a sloth, Playboy bunnies, and, yes, his organ – the one he used to write “Dream On.” Then, Jessica Sanchez took the stage to reprise her show-stopping version of Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You."

There were more performances yet to come. The top male finalists joined Neil Diamond to sing a medley of his hits, and in a hilarious video moment, the male and female finalists proved to Randy that they could indeed sing the phone book!

Up next: Idol's own Jennifer Lopez took the stage for a sexy performance of "Goin' In" and "Follow the Leader." (The costumes — and the dance moves — provided plenty of eye candy!). 

Then came the shocker: Season 5 finalist Ace Young proposed to Season 3 runner-up Diana DeGarmo, live on the Idol stage. She said yes!

Back to the performances. Hollie Cavanagh sang "You'll Never Walk Alone" with Idol winner Jordin Sparks, and the male finalists paid tribute to the Bee Gees. 

Another huge moment: Original "Dreamgirl" Jennifer Holiday joined Jessica Sanchez for a bring-the-house-down performance of "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going."

And it kept getting better: Aerosmith (including Idol's own Steven Tyler, of course) gave Idol fans a mini-rock concert, performing their new single "Legendary Child" and their classic hit, "Walk This Way."

Finally, Jessica and Phillip performed a duet of the 1982 hit, "Up Where We Belong," and then it was time for the official results.

Ryan dimmed the lights . . . after a staggering 132 million votes were counted, setting a new world record, our new American Idol is Phillip Phillips!

Last year's Idol, Scotty McCreery, presented Phillip with his official trophy, and Ryan handed Phillip his guitar to sing his winning song, "Home." However, Phillip became too emotional to finish the song — after the confetti fell, he walked off the stage to hug his family. That wraps up Season 11 of American Idol. Congratulations, Phillip!

Jessica & Jennifer Holliday: "Superb Stage Performance"

Sunday, May 20, 2012

Filipino Celebrities has some words about Jessica Sanchez

Filipino celebrities are united in their support for Filipino-Mexican-American Jessica Sanchez, who will compete in the grand finale of the talent search “American Idol,” to be held at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles on May 22 and 23 (May 23 and 24 in Manila).
Before the big showdown between Jessica and guitar-strumming heartthrob Phillip Phillips, Filipino celebrities made known their unequivocal love for the pint-sized diva with the powerhouse voice.
Celeste Legaspi
First time I saw her perform, I was immediately impressed. She has quite a voice—a wide range with higher registers that she uses in a pure way and then [becomes] strong [when she’s] growling. She also dives to the low registers with ease, control and great musicality … But the best thing about her is that she has an understanding of the lyric. For a 16-year-old, that is truly a gift.
Jon Santos
Stand-up comic
Great songs sound even greater when sung with a Filipina heart. Aside from being a Vilmanian, I’m also a Jessican.
Sharon Cuneta


I’m so happy and excited! She makes me prouder to be Pinoy. I am praying that she wins.


Ogie Alcasid
Singer/OPM president
Jessica is a real blessing. She was born to be a star.
Lea Salonga
This is the farthest that an American of Asian descent has gone in “American Idol.” This is testament to her hard work and talent, the support of her family, and the unstoppable fans that have voted for her week after week. Whatever the outcome, she is a star and will have a wonderful future in the music industry.
Yam Laranas
I am proud that she is not “owned” by warring networks and that she unites Filipino fans.


Vilma Santos
She’s the pride of Filipinos. She brings positive news to our people and country. Mabuhay ka, Jessica!
Jose Javier Reyes
I am extremely excited and overwhelmed for someone with Filipino blood to get her share of the international spotlight. I hope her journey will inspire Filipino artists of all callings to realize that the stage is boundless … Consider Lea Salonga, Arnel Pineda, Charice, Monique Lhuillier, Oliver Tolentino, Josie Natori, Daniel Romualdez, Kenneth Cobonpue and the others who came before them. The sky must be the limit; genuine talent knows no borders!
Leah Navarro
I’m very happy for her. Although not as protracted as AI, I’ve experienced competition and it’s tough going. Break a leg, Jessica!
Moy Ortiz
I am over the moon that she made it to the very final round. I believe that she truly deserves the title, considering her musical capabilities, marketability to a wider international audience, her very young age and her versatility. A win for Jessica is a gargantuan boost to our country’s morale.
Eugene Domingo
We are having mixed emotions as a music icon goes to heaven and here’s an up-and-coming one shining bright! A wild, crazy thought: Can she become as big as Donna Summer? The best is yet to come for Jessica. World, get ready for Jessica!
Ryan Cayabyab
Bring out the best bottles of wine and raise our glasses and toast Jessica. She was already a winner in my book, even before she made it to the Top 12. Her voice quality is extraordinary. At her young age, she has the polish and the drama and the command of her voice. She is mainstream pop and her voice will register well in recording. Listeners will definitely not get tired of her voice. It’ll be just a big bonus if she wins.
Madonna Decena
I’m very excited for her. It feels great to hear people from all over the world admiring her vocal prowess. I watched her compete on “America’s Got Talent” when she was a kid, and as early as then I already knew she was special. I always post on my Twitter, Facebook and Myspace page, encouraging people to vote for her. She will make history if she wins. But win or lose, we will always be proud of her.
Gary Valenciano
Her triumph will do more for the Philippines than she realizes. For someone her age, she already has an exceptional way of interpreting another artist’s song as if it was her own. As good as she is now, the best is yet to come.
Tessie Tomas
It’s wonderful! I started watching the show regularly because of her. Filipino talent is truly world-class.
Willie Nepomuceno
Stand-up comic
She’s full of sex appeal. She’s a fine dresser who carries herself, in her super high-heels, well. Still, you can see that her deportment is very Filipina, especially whenever she’s critiqued by the judges. What humility! I hope her X factor will work in her favor. May her soulful voice win the hearts of America without prejudice to the color of her skin.

Will Smith slaps reporter

MOSCOW — Hollywood star Will Smith slapped a male television reporter who he said tried to kiss him on the lips as he walked down the red carpet for the Moscow premiere of “Men in Black III.”

The reporter from the Ukrainian television channel 1+1, Vitalii Sediuk, made headlines at the Venice Film Festival in September when he presented a bouquet of clearly unappreciated purple hydrangeas to Madonna and called her “my princess.”
Smith was even less charmed by the reporter, who approached him on the carpet outside the movie theater on Friday night and tried to kiss him.
“C’mon man, what the hell is your problem buddy?” Smith said as he pushed Serdiuk away and slapped him lightly across the cheek with the back of his left hand.
“He’s lucky I didn’t sucker punch him,” Smith said to the crowd of journalists and fans. “Oh, I said that on camera. It’s all good.”
He said Serdiuk kissed him on the mouth, but it was not clear whether the reporter intended to do so or was aiming for his cheek as Smith swiveled to avoid him.
Madonna rebuffed Sediuk rather ungraciously in Venice, saying: “I absolutely loathe hydrangeas.” She stashed the flowers under a table before beginning a press conference.
She later made a short silent video called “Madonna’s love letter to hydrangeas.” The video begins with a sarcastic apology and concludes with subtitles reading “I’m left with the feeling that I still hate hydrangeas.”

Lady Gaga arrives Manila amid protests

MANILA, Philippines—Controversial pop superstar Lady Gaga arrived in Manila on Saturday on board a private jet, which landed on a more secluded area of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Naia) amid a series of protests calling on Filipinos to boycott her two-night concert here.
Airport authorities said Lady Gaga arrived at the Naia Terminal 1 around 7:30 p.m. on board a Gulfstream IV business jet.
Unlike her previous visit to Manila when she took a commercial flight, a private jet has been chartered by the show promoters to fly her from Taipei, where she had just performed in concerts as part of her “Born This Way Ball” world tour.
Airport records revealed that the chartered aircraft docked at Remote Parking Bay 20 which is isolated from public view, keeping her away from the media and the public.
From the airport, the American singer-songwriter went straight to Makati Shangri-La hotel where she is billeted for the duration of her concerts scheduled Monday and Tuesday. No interviews were granted as bodyguards led the singer inside the hotel after she stopped briefly at the entrance to sign autographs for screaming fans.
The shows, which will be held at the newly constructed SM Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City, has generated protests and threats from various religious groups including bishops of the Catholic Church due to her provocative image and songs.
Some 200 Christian youths marched in Manila Saturday morning for the second straight day, chanting “Stop the Lady Gaga concerts.” They held placards urging the pop diva to “respect our faith, stop the blasphemy.”
The protesters were on their way to the Arena until police stopped them near the route approaching the Mall of Asia complex.
The Biblemode Youth Philippines members also plan to hold a vigil starting Sunday near the seaside concert venue. They say they are offended by Lady Gaga’s music, particularly her song “Judas,” which they say mocks Jesus Christ.
On Friday, leaders of various organizations under the United Christian Groups held a press conference and accused Lady Gaga of “symbolizing everything that is corrupt and demonic.”
They called on authorities to stop the concerts.
Catholic leaders chimed in, asking the faithful to boycott the shows, which, they said, would promote godlessness.
Much of their displeasure was focused on Lady Gaga’s song “Judas,” a track from her 2011 album “Born This Way,” whose music video features a stylized Biblical storyline in which she personifies Mary Magdalene caught between her allegiance to Jesus and an attraction to Judas Iscariot.
Authorities have approved the concerts but said they won’t allow lewd acts.

Renen de Guia, head of Ovation Productions, organizer of the concerts, sought to clarify what he said were misconceptions of people on Lady Gaga and her music.
On Friday, he told the Inquirer that Lady Gaga, just like other artists, thrives on controversy. He recalled the rumors surrounding the 26-year-old singer when he produced her first concert in Manila two years ago: “The talk back then was that she’s a hermaphrodite. Did she deny it? No. She went along with the rumor. Now we all know that it was just rumor. Today she’s thought of as evil who belongs to a satanic cult. Again she’s not denying. We should know better. The controversy is working.”
The promoter pointed out that the “Judas” music video “is very tame, compared to other videos by R&B and hip-hop artists. “If you’re paranoid, everything is evil to you. And why is nobody making a fuss over vampire movies? Why single out Lady Gaga?”
Born Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta in New York, Lady Gaga was raised a Roman Catholic and attended convent schools.
She has been quoted on the Internet service provider MSN Canada, explaining her intentions in writing the controversial song: “‘Judas’ is a metaphor and an analogy about forgiveness and betrayal and things that haunt you in your life, and how I believe that it’s the darkness in your life that ultimately shines and illuminates the greater light that you have upon you.”
‘For adults only’
Her Manila concerts are part of the ongoing “Born This Way Ball” tour, which opened in Seoul. Days before the concert, a group in Korea called Civilians Network criticized it as “too homosexual and pornographic” that could “taint young people.” The state agency Korea Media Rating Board declared it as a for-adults-only show, with the promoter refunding 280 out of the 44,500 tickets sold.
A scheduled performance on June 3 in Jakarta is in limbo after Indonesian police refused to grant organizers a permit, citing warnings from hard-line Islamic groups.
In a statement sent to the media on Friday, De Guia confirmed that the Manila shows “will be staged as scheduled despite isolated calls from certain groups for their cancellation.”
He explained: “While we respect the beliefs and positions of  these organizations on certain fundamental issues concerning morality and decency, we wish to assure the general public that the performances of Lady Gaga will not pose as a threat to their sense of  morality and conduct—especially the youth—as these groups have warned.
Artistic expressions
“We appeal for greater understanding and ask the public to treat the musical and theatrical acts of Lady Gaga as authentic and legitimate forms of artistic expressions which have enjoyed widespread appeal and acceptance among millions worldwide.
“The ‘Born This Way Ball’ concert is no exception, and we are confident it will also be appreciated and accepted by local audiences once it is staged.”


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