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American Music Awards 2011

Discussion in 'Off The Beaten Track' started by kylet3, Nov 21, 2011.

  1. Wyliefan

    Wyliefan Well-Known Member


    In that case, I don't think I'd blame anyone for being the morals police. Sexy dancing is one thing, but I never understand why people actually have to come so close to actually simulating the act!
  2. kylet3

    kylet3 Well-Known Member

    I'm of the mind that if someone doesn't like something on TV they can turn it off or change the channel. This is airing in the EST in a time the kids should be in bed anyways when that went on.
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  3. kylet3

    kylet3 Well-Known Member

    David Hasselhoff and Bieber on the same stage with LMFAO, ladies and gentleman, I think the countdown to the apcolypse of 2012 is here, either that or I'm going to need 20 years of intensive therapy after having witnessed that... :scream:
  4. BigB08822

    BigB08822 Well-Known Member

    I know it is your opinion but the overwhelming majority of people (and I do mean OVERWHELMING) believe that What Doesn't Kill You is the most radio friendly song and the best bet for a huge hit on Pop 40 from her album. Much much more so than Mr. Know It All. I would even be willing to bet that Mr. Know It All would never have been a single if it wasn't the lead single. Any lead single from Kelly Clarkson will do decently based on her name, the follow up singles are the ones that have to be chosen carefully.
  5. KikiSashaFan

    KikiSashaFan Well-Known Member

    I think What Doesn't Kill You and Let Me Down would do really well on the radio. It's too bad Alone is a bonus track, because I think it would do well too.
  6. deltask8er

    deltask8er Well-Known Member

    Wow, what a waste of an hour of my life it was fast-forwarding through a recording of the AMAs.

    The only things I learned were:

    1) Taylor Swift continues to be shocked to receive awards (and too bad Kanye didn't win for the rap award she presented :EVILLE: ),

    2) I mistook Christina Aguilera for Miss Piggy momentarily :eek: ,

    3) Any interest I had in Fiat automobiles is gone thanks to J.Lo :scream: .

    Critics slam 'bizarre' American Music Awards show


    Yes, the bizarre ending with LMFAO, Justin Bieber and David Hasselhoff might be just what I needed to discourage me from watching shows like that again for a few years :yikes: .