Ok, so the round of competitions for the top 12 has started last Saturday. At least they improved the set. I mean they’re now holding the competion in the Pinoy Idol theater in SM Mall of Asia. It’s a significant improvement but hey anything (I mean anything e.g. a set of a baranggay beauty contest) will be an improvement if we compare it to Pinoy Idol’s former stage At least we can now concentrate on other matters than on bashing their tasteless set and stage.
I guess we won’t really appreciate the talent and skills of the show’s finalists if they don’t improve their sound system. I mean hello. Even if the world’s best singers use their sound system I wouldn’t listen to them because of the quality of sound that reaches the tv audience thanks to the sound system that Pinoy Idol is using. I sometimes think that our transistor radio at home provides a better sound that what Pinoy Idol broadcasts. Please, improve it or just cancel the show. Hello, you’re supposed to be the biggest singing contest in the country but you’re even beaten by game shows like The Singing Bee for music quality.
Ano ba yan, hmm.. ang dami ko ng nasabi e wala pa ko sa judges, host, at contestants. I’m thinking the owners of the Idol franchise cringe when watching Pinoy Idol. Basta nakakahiya talaga. GMA has tainted the Idol franchise with their staging of Pinoy Idol with the poor quality and cheap image it has shown us in the past few weeks of the show. Yun na lang muna. I really sound too negative but I hope I’m not being offensive. I’m just saying what I think I see. What do you think?
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Mali ka, nanood ka ba ng pinoy idol extra kagabi(June 23, 2008) Kasi nandoon sa centerstage, mall of asia ang isa sa mga tauhan ng fremantle media na ang apelyedo ay Fullon at ang sabi niya nagandahan siya sa stage at nagandahan sa performances ng top 12 at dapat ipagmalaki ng mga pinoy sa mundo ang ginawa ng gma
at isa pa, tungkol sa stage sa top 24 noon sa Pinoy idol, natural na ganun kaliit ang stage, kahit sa top 24 ng american idol, ganun din kaliit ang stage, palalakihin ang stage pag top 12 na. at kung magtataka ka kung bakit kinoment ko to sayo, kasi sabi mo sa stage ng top 12, nag-improve keysa dati sa top 24, parang sinasabi mo na di dapat ganun ang stage ng top 24
kiluaa4ftr1, thanks for sharing a different view. i haven’t had the chance to get positive feedback from the show’s viewers so your comments (good or bad) are very much welcome. as for the stage, i don’t find anything wrong with a small stage as long as it’s nice and as long as it gives justice to all the hype that they have given the show. about the comment of the freemantle representative, i guess it is but natural for her to say good things since it’s bad to wash dirty linen in public.
Vote for the Worst Pinoy na lang! This will be a sign of revolt against GMA! Na hindi tayo naisisiyahan s aginagawa nila!
Syempre naman alangan naman sabihin nung Fremantle ek-ek na ‘yun na PANGET ang franchise nila. DUHHHH! Syempre hindi.
i don’t want to watch this show.
1. i don’t like the way they treated the first winner, mau marcelo. pagbagubaguhin man ang title, the fact remains THEY ARE NOT THE FIRST PINOY IDOL.
2. only ogie alcasid is the credible judge. at least ung last year, pilita corrales, ryan cayabyab. jolina is not that good a singer. kahet sabihin pa niya fremantle ang nag approve sa kanya, what is written down on paper is different from what you actually see. wyngard is a talent manager who just happened to be part of celebrity duets.
3. the contestants today are not even half as good as last year’s contestants. jan nieto, gian magdangal, mau, paw, etc.
I made a series of “rants” on the show on my blog. Now that Robby’s out, I’m officially disassociating myself with this show.
@babyshy: it wasn’t GMA’s choice to change the title of the show. ABC-5 owned the rights to “Philippine Idol”, not Fremantle so GMA had to change their version’s title although I also get irritated with how the boast about the “FIRST” Pinoy Idol. And if you want to blame anyone for Mau’s career, blame ABC.
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