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[1: 1,844 of 10,000] Listen To Bruno Mars

In Article on December 30, 2016 at 7:07 AM

Negative critics trashed Bruno Mars after he had performed at the 48th Super Bowl half time show. Upon guesting at Ellen’s, Bruno made a quick inspiring speech to the aspiring musicians –

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“I promise you, one day you’ll gonna have your moment to shine and you’ll gonna have a lot of people saying that you can’t do it and you’re not good enough. But I promise you, if you go out there and you sing and you put your heart and soul into it, and you follow your dream, one day you’ll gonna be sitting next to Ellen DeGeneres.”

There will always be a wall that would test how bad do we really want it. Are we breaking the wall? Are we leaving the wall? Are we going to outsmart the wall? Let’s GO live our dream.

It takes working for it, patience, persistent, pursuing to get better, leaving mediocre and excuses behind. Hustle! Grind! It will pay off soon. It is not because some recognize us that other detractors will push us to question what we dream to live, so we stay strong and focus that we deserve to claim it.

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[1: 1,551 of 10,000] American Idol XIV For The Last Time

In Review on August 7, 2015 at 10:24 PM

American Idol XIV

The American Idol is rolling for the last time? I heard last time but I wonder why do the judges tell the contestants who didn’t make it for Hollywood to come back next year? Anyway I’m watching and as usual enjoying the audition episode.

I am grateful to see passionate singers sharing their talent and witnessing that one of their dreams to come true. I remembered being so invested to certain contestants and not seeing them as the grand finals winners sadden me. After learning the power of now and unattachment, I simply marvel to these amazing individuals speak to my soul.

I still love “Somewhere Over The Rainbow” and it was sung by a certain Cody but I will never forget the magic when Katharine McPhee sung it in 2006. You can’t deny that some people could command a presence and there are undeniable moments that the judges could immediately in agreement. The judges are super nice and authentic to their stand. I am happy when three singers join a contestant for a jam; absolutely unscripted and a treat. It’s my first time to witness these three judges for Idol – Keith Urban, Jennifer Lopez, and Harry Connick Jr.; I used to love Simon not for the drama and ego but when he’s unapologetic to say his honest opinion.

Here’s to another season of American Idol!

[1: 289 of 10,000] Susan Boyle, I Dreamed The Dream, Les Miserables

In Article on July 13, 2011 at 11:26 PM

Scott Berkun prompted the topic about “When is it acceptable to kill dreams?” and it reminded me about the first audition of Susan Boyle on Britain’s Got Talent. To date, her performance was my favorite reality television show audition in a singing contest. She might not have won the contest but she sure landed her dream of becoming a singer and even had the chance to sing a duet with Eleine Paige eventually.

Enjoy her first exposure on television if you have not watched it and if you did it will remind you once again that we should never be critical on the looks and believe on someone’s dream. Watch the reaction of the three judges who were shocked in all angles and have perfectly represented the masses feelings. I hope it will inspire you as it always does when I watch it.

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