Pink tribute artist Zoe Alexander loves her day job but decided to audition for The X-Factor UK to discover her own sound and identity. Her audition was going pretty well — she was chirpy and the judges loved her style. However, the panel thought her cover of Pink’s “So What” was too close to the original and gave her a second chance to put her own spin on a different song.
Unfortunately, Alexander blew her second song but didn’t take too kindly to the constructive criticism the judges gave her. Although they all voted no, they told her she could become a better artist if she took some time to discover her own sound. That’s when the tantrum started. Alexander was completely unprofessional. She not only fired off a false excuse (“You guys told me to sing Pink”) she abrasively threw her microphone offstage and pushed away a camera crew.
For some reason her dad decided to drag her back on stage (perhaps so she could apologize) but all girl did was swear, swear, swear. If the judges weren’t already confident in their decision I’m pretty sure Alexander’s bad attitude sealed it.
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Upon discovering Kanye West and I share the same horoscope sign (Gemini) I was quite rattled that we might share similar characteristics. Gemini is the twin sign so we’re supposedly dual-natured, but Kanye just seems to have one side an that’s a total spaz.
At a recent concert in Dublin Kanye lost his sh*t when someone threw a coin on stage and
nearly killed him put him off the song. He started the track all over again but not without a stern lecture for the troublemakers: “I ain’t trying to make excuses but y’all threw a f*cking coin up here and threw me all the way off” he said. “Don’t throw that hard sh*t up here while I’m performing. Seriously. You f*cked it up for everybody, I was having a perfect show. Flawless victory. Don’t throw no sh*t on the stage.”
Then Kanye dived back into his set. Perhaps he was having birthday blues as he turned 35 the day before, but admittedly, he has a point. What kind of ‘fan’ throws hard coins on stage like you’re visiting the Trevi Fountain and have a dying wish? That could seriously hurt someone.
Lesson: if you go to “Watch the Throne,” leave the laser pens and coins at home.
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Delivering an Oscar-worthy performance, this little girl makes us all believe that this bowl weighs a million pounds.
Asked to clear off the table, this three-year-old (clearly without a nap) complains that her bowl is “too heavy” to carry to the sink.
This kid is quite creative but I would have never pulled a stunt like this. I think my mother would not take any sass whatsoever if I behaved like this.
At least this dad is a good sport.