Jennifer Lopez Is An American Idol
Jenny From the Block
American Idol has come a long way, and their venture into new judging has paid off. First we must be realistic. Jennifer Lopez has added character and realistic knowledge to the show. We can relate to her form and the way she judges. A Little Jenny from the block is a dangerous thing. Her elite consistency has given a whole new format to judging. Of course we miss the brass comments of Simon, but what we got in return was a great season. Her charms, intelligence and know-how has really turned it up a notch. Sources say that American Idol is likely to return, but I must say it’s heading in the right direction.
Jennifer Lopez has re-won the hearts of many.. Her Fly Girl attitude is still fresh, and her judging is caring and productive. Did the show sacrifice a great Judge like Simon Cowell to complete its mission. I have to agree that it has, but what it got in return is stability, and straight forward judging with a hint of sensitivity. When we first saw her on the show, we were all staring at her, the joy of surviving the hot seat has almost allowed us to forget Simon. She has taken the right position next to Randy, and Steven. Instead of rounding out the three judges, she completes the other two.
Here’s what I’m thinking, the Idol producers has taken a show that has to be on its way down, and gave it some new life. Their attempt to shift more viewers their way has brilliantly paid off with Jennifer Lopez.
Just by looking at her you can sense that she is forced to take a deep breath and remember why she is a judge. She tells it like it should be without ruining or breaking down the contestants. She is in no doubt... An American Idol!
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© 2011 Frank Atanacio
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