Darren Hayes who will be mentoring the Australian Idol's this Sunday where the performers will have to sing Australian hits. What are the chances Luke Dickens will do a Barnesy number? However in an interview he said Sophie had become too 'slick'. Hayes had been at the London audition where she was found.
Personally I think Sophie is trying to be sexy when she is not. I don't get why Dicko goes the whole Bridgette Bardot route with her. She needs to go back to be a bit more the folk singer like Brooke White was in this years American Idol.
Hayes says he is impressed with Roshani Priddis and Wes Carr. Full interview on News.com.au
Charlotte Dawson In Talks To Become The Host of Australia's Next Top Model
In non surprising news Charlotte Dawson will be meeting with Brian Walsh, the head of Foxtel today to discuss her future with the show.
After stepping in at last minute to host the live finale when Jodhi Meares choked she deserves to be first crack at the top job. Anyway Jodhi never really made a success of that role she was far too scripted something Jennifer Hawkins should learn from. Full story here.
Speaking of Jennifer Hawkins...
In tomorrow nights show of Make Me a Supermodel the wannabe models will be training with AFL footballers, Brodie Holland and Ryan O'Keefe. If you want to see a nice picture of Shanina Shaik click here.
This year's Idol's and Bobby Flynn to Meet Up At The Basement tonight
Bobby Flynn will be playing at The Basement tonight and tomorrow night to promote his new album. If that Idol fix is not enough this years Idol contestants will also be there tonight with cameras in tow.
In other Idol news - Carl Risley will be singing at The Vanguard at Newtown tonight. Shannon Noll is also releasing a Best Of Album. Can you do that if you have only been around for five years?
Also the Australia contestant from this years American Idol, Michael Johns, will be in Perth as a guest star on a telethon.
For the truly Obsessed US So You Think You Can Dance Fan
Yes I am one of them. Here is an excerpt from the LA Times about them hanging out at the post Emmy party.
The "American Idol" / "So You Think You Can Dance" table was in a festive
mood despite "Amazing Race's" continued dominance of the reality television
category. "Idol" / "Dance" overlord Nigel Lythgoe reported that he used his
first few moments without a show on the air this year to launch the dance show
franchise in South Africa. Telling of his travels, he marveled about that
Across the table, "SYTYCD" judge Mary Murphy was asked if the
party rates a ticket on the Hot Tamale Train (her highest level of praise on the
show)."Oh, no," she drawled in a deep Southern pitch, "You can't get a ticket on
the Hot Tamale Train if there's no dancing." She gazed out forlornly at the
empty patch of dance floor in front of the bandstand. So why are these things
called balls if there's never any dancing? "Maybe because there are so many more
losers than winners," she said."A party with Mary Murphy is a scream!" Lythgoe
said from across the table, referring to his colleague's penchant for
full-volumed praise on the show.
But Murphy didn't take the bait; no piercing trademark shout came forth to crack the chandeliers across the ballroom.Making his way out of the party, Ryan Seacrest stopped by to greet his "Idol" family.
The famously early-to-bed, multiple-job-holding hosting titan is out awfully
late, maybe his latest ever? "Well, let's see," he said, looking at his watch,
"the big hand is on the 2 and the little hand is on the, what's that number?
I've never seen that before, 1 and 0 . . ." He looked up and gazed around the
room. "So this is what normal people do at night . . . I've got to try this