Thursday, April 28, 2011

The X Factor With Simon Cowell

My good buddy, Simon Cowell, sent me an email. Really. He did. I share part of his email in the blog I will soon direct you to. As a fan of American Idol, I am anticipating his new show, The X Factor, with some expectations that he will provide me and all of his viewers with an outstanding experience.

I'll bet Simon Cowell fans everywhere are anticipating his new show, too. One has to wonder, though, if anybody on his program will encounter the Cowell critique. After all, if our expectations of Cowell's new program matches his expectations that the singers on his program are extraordinary, none of them should be bad enough to receive criticisms.

I can only imagine that the singers themselves would be exceptional and that the only difference between those sensational singers and the American Idol winners is "stage presence," or The X Factor.

Without further ado, I invite you to read My Letter From Simon Cowell blog (click the link) where you will discover my relationship with Simon Cowell. (Don't get too X cited.)

And that completes Day #24 from the A-Z Challenge. Brought to you by the letter, X.


Previous A-Z Challenge blogs:

Amazon Hates Me – Day #1 from the A-Z Challenge

Bored – Why? – Day #2 from the A-Z Challenge

Craziness – Day #3 from the A-Z Challenge

When Your Daughter Develops, DON'T DO THIS! – Day #4 from the A-Z Challenge

Ellen – Day #5 from the A-Z Challenge

Family and Friends – Day #6 from the A-Z Challenge

The Grownup Table – Day #7 from the A-Z Challenge

Happiness & Joy – Day #8 from the A-Z Challenge

Idiots in the Attic – Day #9 from the A-Z Challenge

Jokes Accidentally – Day #10 from the A-Z Challenge

The Kid That Wasn't Named Ker – Day #11 from the A-Z Challenge

Living Out of Suitcases – Day #12 from the A-Z Challenge

Misunderstandings – I KNOW You Didn't Say What I THINK You Said

Networked Blogs on Facebook



The Old and The Elderly – At What Age Do You FEEL Old?


Peacocks Are Not Penguins

Quiz That Changed My Thinking

Reading Les Miserable
  

Sense and Nonsense

The Traumatization of a Third Grader

Under Pressure

Vitality, Vivaciousness, and Victory

Wisdom and Intelligence

2 comments:

  1. Weren't you tempted?? You may not be able to sing but perhaps you can juggle or ride a unicycle . . . ;-)

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