The New Reality TV Phenomenon


Am I right to think that there is a new phenomenon that appears in reality TV this year? The phenomenon I'm talking about is "Susan Boyle" syndrome. It seems that every “ country has talent '', namely Got & # 39; s Talent in Australia, Got Talent, etc. from Taiwan, the shows were only thrilled to present the “ next Susan Boyle '' & # 39; & # 39 ;.

I remember reading comments on You Tube last year that people had left after listening to Susan Boyle, some were good but some comments were very personal and talked about appearances, but that does this mean for the music industry as a whole?

When I saw Susan Boyle play last year, my immediate reaction was to say if she could do it then so would I. I think this turn of events has given us, even if it is that very few people have an optimistic hope of being able to do something they have only dreamed of.

Because there are so few women who will achieve stardom this way, I don't see it making a big difference. As long as the candidates who reach the stage of personality judges, that is, perform in front of people like Simon Cowell, Danny Minogue, Amanda Holden, Piers Morgan and others, have good singing voice, so personally I don't see a problem with it.

It allows shows to reach a wider audience, an older group, who have the funds to buy whatever show producers decide to create to market their multi-million dollar new star.

On the one hand, I was also caught in this phenomenon and I also auditioned for one of the shows, achieving the first round but blurring the hearing of the main judge beautifully . Ah! You live and learn.

I may never have the bitter, sweet taste of the spotlight of success in such shows, but I wish those who make their dreams come true all the best.

For me, I keep singing and my dreams come true. Never, in a million years, would I have thought I would have the chance to perform on the stage of the Royal Albert Hall in London or, moreover, I would never have thought that I would be able to reach the high heights of the song of sharps, tuned. These two dreams come true for me in May of this year.

The only difference I would like to point out is that the audience at the Royal Albert Hall will be filled with music lovers and not just the audience who want to see themselves on TV booing and making fun of people on a stage trying to give the best of them – same.

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