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PosterBoy
21-10-2002, 09:51:32
I couldn't stop watching it on friday evening and all Saturday and most of Sunday.

Funkodrom
21-10-2002, 09:59:44
I haven't seen any of it.

PosterBoy
21-10-2002, 10:24:40
There is definately talent there

Funkodrom
21-10-2002, 10:28:42
In an attractiveness sense or a musical one?

FunkyFingers
21-10-2002, 10:51:29
One of my wife's students is in Popstars, The Rivals

PosterBoy
21-10-2002, 12:02:16
Originally posted by Funkodrom
In an attractiveness sense or a musical one?

Both

They've got people who come from different styles of music and who have been playing for a while, rather than the whole pop stars, I sing in the shower types.

I really liked Mali and Ainsely's approach to song writing, they got started really quickly compared to the other groups.

It's giving them really good tuition and guidance for a carreer.

King_Ghidra
21-10-2002, 12:14:33
Originally posted by FunkyFingers
One of my wife's students is in Popstars, The Rivals

wow! which one?

FunkyFingers
21-10-2002, 12:43:58
One of the ditzy ones - she's a good dancer though. Can't remember her name, think it begins with C. She's got curly brown hair

Funkodrom
21-10-2002, 12:51:27
Originally posted by PosterBoy
Both

I really liked Mali and Ainsely's approach to song writing, they got started really quickly compared to the other groups.

It's giving them really good tuition and guidance for a carreer.

Interesting. I thought it'd just be another one of these get them to sing pop songs type deals.

FunkyFingers
21-10-2002, 12:58:02
It's still a bit of a cheesy programme though I felt, although I do like the fact that they're not just plastic karoke pin-ups