Discussion in 'Off The Beaten Track' started by allezfred, Aug 18, 2013.
New York is stunning!
NY has sort of a Tessa Virtue vibe except Tessa would never wear that necklace with that dress.
Well that was understated by New York.
Off to head home. I hope I'll catch the end of the show. I don't want to miss any more poetry.
the americans are frequently so TA DAAAA!
Hmmm, news on the coup/protests in Egypt or behind the scenes at the Rose of Tralee. Hard to tell which is more terrifying.
Catching up because I went skating, wheeeeeeee! London Rose dancing in the dark is voidy!
they have quite the wind machine
I was just about to comment on that.
DC is trying to be witty. Oh and now we get a sob story.
I actually quite like her towards the end.
all the americans are so overcomplicated and tiring. bring back one of the girls who farm.
No talent from DC?
I feel they should have had someone playing a violin next to Washington.
She's relying on her politik!
you wanted more of that?
Wow, Dublin has a tragic Southern US accent.
sweet fancy moses, what is dublin rose doing?
Not necessarily. But in the name of fairness.... How can you win without a talent.
Oh gawd, I'm cringing.
The audience is dead silent. Except for the last bit (saved her, I guess).
I always get a bit worried when New Zealand says "Fisteval"....
Sometimes less is more.
Obama's 8th cousin sure gets around....
Poetry, but at least it's Seamus Heaney*
*Lovely man by the way
id like to see someone whip up a pudding for a change of pace.
Sydney Rose is pleasant.
Let's see if she ruins it all with her singing...
ETA: Non! Singing was pleasant as well. Lovely alto.
Mr allezfred is liking Sydney.
Liverpool not having a Liverpool accent is a bonus in my book. But the saggy boobs look is not when you're in your 20s.
Who came up with the granny hairdo for Liverpool.
the dress has 0 support, her boobs just clear her belt
We're very poem heavy this year.
did she say her poem was a "party piece?"
it's like a party in an edith wharton novel
The dress of Queensland.
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