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You want an ‘Idol’ alum for your party? Here are some rates

Kelly at May's Coca Cola 150th anniversary celebration at Centennial Olympic Park where she was paid very very well. CREDIT: Rodney Ho/rho@ajc.com

Kelly at May's Coca Cola 150th anniversary celebration at Centennial Olympic Park where she was paid very very well. CREDIT: Rodney Ho/rho@ajc.com

MJ found Begy Booking International’s rates for hiring an “American Idol” contestant out for an event. She said they may be out of date and can’t vouch for their accuracy but it’s not surprising you’d need a pretty deep wallet to book Carrie Underwood or Kelly Clarkson.

When Kellie Carrie Fan and I were trying to figure out how much Coca Cola a few weeks ago had been paid for Kelly Clarkson to show up to sing 10 songs at Centennial Olympic Park, we figured it was definitely in the low six figures.  We were likely low if this site is accurate because it says her asking price starts at breathtaking $350,000. Lee what’s his face? A relative bargain starting at $15,000.

I am presuming these are for private and corporate events and involves actual singing, not just merely showing up and taking pictures or singing autographs.

We Are The Fallen (Carly Smithson) $5-10k
Blake Lewis $10k+
Lee DeWyze $15-25k
Crystal Bowersox $15-25k
Danny Gokey $30k+
David Archuleta $30-40k
David Cook $30-50k
Adam Lambert $40-50k+
Kellie Pickler $50-60k
Fantasia $50-75k
Clay Aiken $85-100k+
Jennifer Hudson $100k+
Daughtry $200-300k+
Kelly Clarkson $350-500k+
Carrie Underwood $350-500k+

- I’m also later this week going to talk to season 4’s Anthony Fedorov, who is starring in the national tour of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,” which comes to Atlanta’s Fox Theatre June 21 to 26.

Hollywood Reporter caught up with him during the finals last month:

97 comments Add your comment

Rickster

June 13th, 2011
8:44 am

Anthony Federov? I thought he was a tennis player!

Rickster

June 13th, 2011
8:45 am

Blake Lewis? $10,000? Maybe to keep him from showing up.

Deirdre

June 13th, 2011
8:46 am

I can’t afford any of these guys! Maybe we could all pool our money.

Rickster

June 13th, 2011
8:50 am

Sad to hear that Clarence Clemons (”The Big Man” of the E Street Band) has had a stroke. I sure hope that he has a full recovery. He’s too good of a musician.

Harriett

June 13th, 2011
8:57 am

Good morning all! Back from four days at the SC beaches. It was great to be there–80s every day, cool sea breeze, and excellent food. Hard to come back from that!

I actually liked Anthony Federov when he was on the show. I knew he was not the top talent, but still enjoyed him. And, he looks like he’s grown up a bit, too.

Sam-A

June 13th, 2011
9:22 am

Jus t posted on the other one, will resent.

I really liked “Super 8″, and thought Elle F and the boy star were superb, and the others were all very good as well. And I LOVE Kyle Channing (Go Deirdre – he’s quite tasty). Just scary enough – I was torn about the end – kind of liked it, kind of wished it had continued as the rest of the movie went. That little boy is a doll – gorgeous eyes and hair, and very expressive. The audience clapped in the end, so I guess it was popular with the crowd.

JTesla

June 13th, 2011
9:37 am

For the record, I charge $1,000 plus transportation costs. Keep that in mind for your next party.

Rickster

June 13th, 2011
9:43 am

For the record… I’ll charge $1,000 – without transportation costs – to stay away from your event. :-)

Sam-A

June 13th, 2011
9:49 am

I liked Federov too. And he seemed to be a very nice boy.

Sam-A

June 13th, 2011
9:50 am

I’ d charge $100 TO sing, and $10,000 NOT to sing – bet I’d get the second in a quick chorus!

Deirdre

June 13th, 2011
9:55 am

I am looking forward to seeing Super 8. Hubby is on one of those super long trips so I’ll let you know when I get to it. I also want to see Midnight in Paris. Woody Allen is so hit and miss with his movies but when they are good, they are worth the trip. My absolute favorite Woody Allen movie is Hannah and Her Sisters. The warmth of the relationships is something you hardly ever get in an Allen movie.

big fan

June 13th, 2011
9:56 am

I’d pay that much for Carrie Underwood, but it would not be to have her sing…

Mercedes S.

June 13th, 2011
10:03 am

Surpised Adam comes so cheap…

Sam-A, glad you enjoyed “Super-8″. As I posted on previous thread, I had expected something beyond an “E.T.” re-tread. Did you stay for the kids’ zombie movie next to the end credits?

Mercedes S.

June 13th, 2011
10:07 am

Before my “Super 8″ yesterday I had to endure 20 minutes of previews for films that promise little beyond noise and spectacle: “Transformers 3″, “Captain America”, “Cowboys and Aliens”, “Abduction” and the last “Harry Potter”. Is this really what lures people into the theatres?

big fan

June 13th, 2011
10:12 am

Thanks for giving away the plot, Mercedes. Nice.

Sam-A

June 13th, 2011
10:13 am

Mercedes: Started walking out, then the “2nd movie” started, so we stopped and watched it – hilarious!

The last two Woody A movies lured me in with good reviews and somewhat interesting previews. Both sucked; both had Scarlett J, and she was absolutely dreadful in both of them. One a “tennis” movie in London, the other set in Paris – so bad I don’t even remember what it was about.

I loved “Play It Again, Sam” from the ’70’s, “Manhattan Murder Mysters” and “Bullets Over Broadway” from the 90’s, but pretty much have not liked anything else by WA. Didn’t see “Hannah….”. Could not stand “Annie Hall” and to this day, cannot tolerate hearing “La de da”.

Deirdre

June 13th, 2011
10:14 am

I’m looking forward to Cowboys and Aliens and also the last Harry Potter film. Saw Daniel Radcliffe on the Tony Awards last night. I knew he was short but he’s really SHORT!

If you’ve been watching Game of Thrones and have never read the book, last night’s episode was a really jaw-dropper!

carla roqs

June 13th, 2011
10:17 am

good morning all, you guys make me smile. i needed a smile. @big fan, go try another blog, signed the other enforcer.

Deirdre

June 13th, 2011
10:20 am

big fan, I don’t see how Mercedes gave away the plot. I’ve read a number of reviews and almost all of them talk about ET on Steroids meets the Goonies. That sounds kinda good to me.

Sam-A

June 13th, 2011
10:28 am

Waaaay back up there, should be Kyle CHANDLER (not Channing)! He’s too fine to mess up his name. He looks so much like my cousin, and they’re about the same age – cuties both.

♥ kelly&carriefan ♥

June 13th, 2011
10:32 am

Hi y’all!

Back from Nashville where it was plain ol’ HOT. Yes, hotter than here. A blast was had, Kelly was seen and music was enjoyed. But no, I didn’t pay 350K to see her. Ha. Sorry y’all, there goes my blog surprise party. Unless I can somehow work a discount, she’s a bit out of my budget. But we’ll see what I can do. ;)

D, The Killing last night sure moved along! It is a must watch. I haven’t had time to catch up on Game of Thrones, but will work on it this week so I can catch the finale on Sunday.

Super 8 sounds awesome: Kyle Chandler (who I will forever call “Coach”), ET, and The Goonies?! I’m IN!

Woodpappy

June 13th, 2011
10:33 am

Harriett, Sounds like you had a wonderful time at the beach. I need to see the ocean sometime this year myself.

♥ kelly&carriefan ♥

June 13th, 2011
10:35 am

Sam-A, I *might* have a slight celeb crush on Kyle Chandler….he’s just so dreamy!

Sam-A

June 13th, 2011
10:46 am

K&C: I’ve always liked his looks – and he really could be the brother of my cousin! My friend saw my cousin at Mom’s funeral a couple weeks ago and said she’d forgotten how handsome he was.

Rodney Ho

June 13th, 2011
10:50 am

After reading breathless reviews about “Super 8,” I was expecting more. It just felt very derivative, like six or seven better moves spliced together in semi-coherent fashion. “Stand By Me.” “Goonies.” “E.T.” “District 9.”But yes, Elle Fanning has the skills her sister possesses, no doubt about it.

Cadre

June 13th, 2011
10:51 am

K&C, glad to hear you had a good time. I missed your reply last week untilit was too late or I would have definately gave you some suggestions on places to try out.

We went for 10 years straight and when our tickets increased to nearly $350 each (floor of the stadium), we decided it was time find something new to do.

♥ kelly&carriefan ♥

June 13th, 2011
11:02 am

Cadre, yeah, it can get a bit expensive. 2012 tickets go on sale July 30… I’m thinking about it.

lar

June 13th, 2011
11:03 am

I went to middle school with Kyle Chandler in Snellvile. I wish I would have kept in touch with him.

Mercedes S.

June 13th, 2011
11:05 am

Thank you, Rodney!

“Midnight in Paris” is definitely one of Woody Allen’s HITS!! I never wanted it to end…

Mercedes S.

June 13th, 2011
11:06 am

And thank you too, D, at 10:20!

I’m full of !!s today, it seems. ‘Course, the day is young…

Michelle

June 13th, 2011
11:14 am

Nice dig at Lee, Rodney. Did he do something to you?

Deirdre

June 13th, 2011
11:15 am

Kyle Chandler is definitely cute. I always get him mixed up with Ron Livingston.

k&cf…happy to hear that you enjoyed yourself in Nashville. And definitely looking forward to The Killing. Last week’s episode kind of annoyed me. It stepped away from the Rosie Larson investigation too much for my taste. It would almost have to move fast since there’s only one episode left. And if you haven’t read Game of Thrones, be sure you’re sitting down for this episode…wouldn’t want you to hurt yourself when the floor drops out from under you.

Cadre

June 13th, 2011
11:19 am

We had the same seats for 6 years of the 10. When we started getting them they were $125 per ticket which was awesome. They were row 26 which was the front row of the section behind gold circle. Last year, they reclassified that section to gold circle and the price skyrocketed.

We started going when it was “Fan Fair”. ABC decided to cash in and started sponsoring it and filming the special. This helped it grow but many of the changes were not for the better (IMO). There used to be a double stage at each venue (LP Field & Riverfront). While one band was performing, they were setting up for the next. This kept the music flowing and there was much more music.

The flyovers were always a highlight. I did hear that Scotty performed with Josh Turner & Lauren performed with Martina McBride.

Nutmeg

June 13th, 2011
11:20 am

I’ve been trying to petition Atlanta Diabetes University to get Crystal as their keynote speaker this year rather than one of the duds they usually get. Sounds like it wouldn’t be completely unreasonable!

Deirdre

June 13th, 2011
11:25 am

Nutmeg, Crystal has a JD Foundation and I think her speaking fees would be less than her singing fees, especially since it’s a cause dear to her heart.

Mercedes S.

June 13th, 2011
11:44 am

Deirdre, I am 3 eps behind on “Thrones”…on tenterhooks!!

♥ kelly&carriefan ♥

June 13th, 2011
12:03 pm

D, I agree that last week was too much of a filler. This week the investigation really makes some progress into what happened to Rosie. BUT, I’m not putting too much stock into the “reveal” at the end of the episode since the previews warn that the finale will have you completely surprised. All in all, I can’t wait to see it!

Cadre, I can imagine. Once it becomes commercialized…forget it. As a first time experience I did enjoy it a lot. I didn’t stay for the whole festival. In addition to Lauren and Scotty, Casey James and Kelly performed on Thursday. Casey did two acoustic songs (which were really good) and Kelly performed “Don’t You Wanna Stay” with Jason Aldean. So, Idol did get some CMA love. Apparently Scotty got a very warm reception.

Mercedes S.

June 13th, 2011
12:08 pm

Even though Kyle Chandler grew up in Loganville, GA, can we really claim him since he was born in Buffalo, New York?

♥ kelly&carriefan ♥

June 13th, 2011
12:16 pm

Mercedes, Like me, he might not have been born in the south…but we got here as fast as we could.

Rickster

June 13th, 2011
12:45 pm

The boy graduated from UGA. I think we can claim him. :-)

Mercedes S.

June 13th, 2011
12:56 pm

Claimed! He IS adorable…

Harriett

June 13th, 2011
12:59 pm

Woodpappy, I hope you get to see the ocean soon. It was wonderful.

I have not seen any of the shows/movies, etc, about which you all are blogging today. So, I will just kind of hang out and learn! KCF, glad you had a good time. Oh, and maybe we can take up a collection for the surprise party, huh? ;)

Michelle

June 13th, 2011
1:04 pm

Who would pay that much for Fantasia?

Cadre

June 13th, 2011
1:15 pm

K&C, did you go in time for the Kick-Off Parade on Wedneday?

If you do go back next year, a good place to watch the parade is from the roof at Rippy’s. You can then have a roof top seat for the concerts in the courtyard of the Gaylord Center.

TraceyK

June 13th, 2011
1:23 pm

Michelle….I agree with you about Rodney’s ‘dig’ on Lee. He seems to really enjoy criticizing him. I don’t find it one bit appealing Rodney! I happen to like Lee a lot, and obviously a lot of other people do too or he’d still be selling paint. Being critical of someone who is trying their best to make a living doing what they love, and working hard at it, is not a good attribute. It’s just downright mean, especially when it’s over and over again anytime you mention his name. Chao.

Rickster

June 13th, 2011
1:30 pm

Chao?

Did you mean Ciao?

TraceyK

June 13th, 2011
1:32 pm

Yes Rickster! iPhone auto correct at it again! But thanks anyway for noticing. I am married to a grammar nazi!

Deirdre

June 13th, 2011
1:38 pm

Bloggers are entitled to their opinions, whether his readers like them or not.

♥ kelly&carriefan ♥

June 13th, 2011
1:47 pm

Harriett, The Killing is a slow-paced AMC show. It’s like watching a detective novel unfold in front of your eyes. A bit too slow at times, but very interesting. If you’re missing your shows, it’s on demand. Watching more than an episode at a time might make it more entertaining. It’s what happened to me with Rubicon.

Cadre, no, I wasn’t aware of the parade so I missed it. Will definitely try to make it up there for the next one.

JTesla

June 13th, 2011
1:52 pm

A dig at Lee? Hmm so the fact that one of the more recent winners is pulling in less than half the appearance fee of some people who didn’t win should be celebrated? Kellie Pickler wasn’t even close to winning, and is 5 years removed from the Idol publicity machine, yet she pulls in double what Lee gets.

Lee is a joke.

Last years winner should be pulling in more than the number 2 guy from the year before him, or the number 2 guy from the year before that.

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Sam-A

June 13th, 2011
2:49 pm

I gave up on “The Killing” after 4 episodes. Really liked the gal detective, but it moved way to slow for me. I watched about 6 or 8 “Rubicon” episodes, then just quit – when I began dreading the night the show was on, I knew I couldn’t take any more of it. And I didn’t really like any of those characters!

I gave up on “Lost” season 2 when they totally refused to give out the slightest clue what was really going on. Give me a little something to keep my interest in all these shows, folks!

booger

June 13th, 2011
2:50 pm

I’ll sing for a free lunch.

Rickster

June 13th, 2011
2:59 pm

I have enough trouble typing on a full-sized keyboard… much less a tiny cellphone keyboard! :-)

Mercedes S.

June 13th, 2011
4:21 pm

“when I began dreading the night the show was on”… know the feeling! I have 10 recorded eps of “The Killing” and have still to start to watch it. When I run out of space I might just delete them all. In order, of course, backwards.

Mercedes S.

June 13th, 2011
4:22 pm

and Tracey K, there is no shame in selling paint. Some people are meant to do it.

Highlander

June 13th, 2011
4:24 pm

Breaking news!

According to Wikipedia, Off-Key Lee’s CD has sold an astounding 141,000+ copies. (Still about 50,000 behind Crystal.)

Lee wishes to thank all 123 of you who are purchasing them for future Christmas gifts that your friends will immediately re-gift to some other poor soul. …Or perhaps donate them to a school for the deaf. (Make that tone-deaf!) 8)

Woodpappy

June 13th, 2011
4:29 pm

Highlander….you so bad !

JTesla

June 13th, 2011
4:38 pm

LOL, what a great White Elephant gift.

Sam-A

June 13th, 2011
4:39 pm

Highlander may be “so bad”, but sure can hit the nail on the head!

Deirdre

June 13th, 2011
5:13 pm

The Killing is a character study, not a plot driven narrative. It focuses on the mystery of what happened to Rosie Larson by letting us meet the people around her. Her parents’ agony at the loss of their daughter, the detective’s inability to commit to something she wants, the different styles of police work of the two detectives on the case, the politics of politics all comes into play.

It is not for people who ONLY like action-packed, shoot-em-up, drive-cars-really-fast shows. It IS intelligent, thought-provoking and a fascinating mystery that moves very deliberately(yes, that’s another way to say “slowly”) but the investment has been worth the time.

Definitely not for everybody.

Neg Haleysox

June 13th, 2011
7:56 pm

“Lee what’s his face…”

LOL!! Rodney does show a great dry wit at times.

Seth T

June 14th, 2011
1:27 am

Caught an episode of “Platimum Hit” tonight. Enjoyed the show and the songwriter competition theme. Natasha Beddingfield was a guest judge, I like her –

but I have no love for Jewell and distaste for her nasty attitude toward some of the younger female contestants as a judge on Nashville Star a couple years or so ago. I think Jewell has some “young singer girl envy” issues herself. Haven’t heard much about the show winner that year, kinda faded-away.

Also ran across the “Glee Project”, young boys and girls competing for episodes on the show; complete with tearful eliminations and Idol-like tension. Some very, very good young talent here. This is the whole package – outstanding vocals, performing, dance moves in some of the skits, animation in delivery —– in order to move on toward casting. If you enjoy Idol and/or The Voice, take a look at “Glee, The Project”. Even my friend, the WolfMan, was impressed!

Deirdre

June 14th, 2011
7:59 am

Morning!

I saw bits and pieces of Platinum Hit. It is so “manufactured”. I remember when Kara couldn’t shut up on Idol…now she sounds like that voice on the airport tram repeating the same thing over and over. If the producers are going to edit and script everything she says, what’s the point?

Sam-A

June 14th, 2011
8:09 am

I am not a fan of “shoot em ups”, and like thought-provoking movies/shows, but the two mentioned yesterday just trickle like old honey. My problem with “Lost” 2nd season, and why I dropped out at the end of it, there were all these “happenings”, but never any answers to what/why – just kept piling on the mysteries with no explanations in sight. My patience does have an eventual limit.

Movies like the “Girl…” series, the “Potter” series, even “The King’s Speech” are certain thought-inducing, but very well written and edited that there’s no time for your mind to freeze up.

Harriett

June 14th, 2011
8:17 am

Hey, and good morning!

Still do not know if I want to go back and watch all the old episodes of The Killing, but your description, D, makes me want to. Sam-A, I count Lost among the most exciting television experiences of my entire life. I completely bought into it from the beginning, and it was a wonderful ride. You had to be willing to suspend everything you believed was true and just go with it. I know it was not for everyone, but I still really miss it being there.

Mercedes S.

June 14th, 2011
8:26 am

Good Morning!

My “problem” with The Killing” is that I wanted someone to enjoy the show with me but that someone (hubby) always had “other things to do”.

Up to me, myself and I, then.

Deirdre

June 14th, 2011
8:34 am

I LOVED Lost. It was not even a little bit slow. Every episode opened more doors and explored more possibilities and just when you thought you might have it figured out, another monkey wrench was thrown in.

I guess I’m all about the ride rather than the destination. I also get very tired of watching something that I have already figured out how it’s going to end. I can’t tell you how many times a show has become boring because the outcome is so obvious. I like to be engaged and enthralled until the very end.

Deirdre

June 14th, 2011
8:36 am

One of the great things about the Killing is, even though they tried to give us the killer during this past episode, I’m still not sure that he/she is the one. So Harriett, if you hear through the grapevine who the killer is after next week’s so, then I’d say all hope of you enjoying it may be lost.

G

June 14th, 2011
8:59 am

Deirdre, I also enjoyed Lost. I was only a consistent user through the first and last season. I was hit and miss in between, because the “ride” made me dizzy. Deirdre, what’s your interpretation of the ending of Lost. I’m thinking the show a journer through pergatory.

G

June 14th, 2011
9:01 am

“consistent viewer” not user. Still on my first cup of coffee.

carla roqs

June 14th, 2011
9:18 am

good morning, all. am i just in a bad mood, or is there a ribbon of discord here? what i love about this blog is that everyone tries to make happy talk. a couple of the other ones have just wiped me out with the negativity and having to defend issues that i have really never gotten into before. lets be friends, please. i liked lost as well. not sure who lee is- not an idol watcher, etc- but i like the ‘got here as fast as possible’ answer, along with the uga one. highlander? high five! rickster, are you and tracy married?- yes, late to the game. where is my woodpappy? ive done ny and the chesapeake bay(river, sea, ocean?) this year and the water is always the best portion of the trips. i am also a peach currently out of ga- so i drive on a huge bridge over water, sorry– lame this morning, but it is TRUE! twice a day. water is soooo relaxing. and i love the various views and hues that occur as the sun sets over the sea, ocean, river?

carla roqs

June 14th, 2011
9:21 am

and here we go: oops, sorry woodpappy, you are cool too, but im looking for my pitchy.

♥ kelly&carriefan ♥

June 14th, 2011
9:23 am

Good morning y’all,

D, I’m with you on the last episode of The Killing. It just seems that after everything, this “reveal” is a little too lucky to be the one.

Deirdre

June 14th, 2011
9:23 am

I think the end was trying to say that when we die, we return to that which was most important to us in life. I think that the alternative lives that we saw in the last season was a way of saying that these people, no matter who they are or were, belong together.

I liked the conversation between Ben and Hurley at the end…the idea that they protected the island together for many years and that Ben still hasn’t earned his way to redemption.

At least, I think that’s what it was trying to say.

Deirdre

June 14th, 2011
9:24 am

k&cf…I definitely think you-know-who was Orpheus, I just don’t think that makes him/her the killer.

Woodpappy

June 14th, 2011
9:25 am

Man you guys keep talking about the ocean and the colors, the breeze, the sand, and sun, and …..heck I forgot what I was gonna say.

carla roqs

June 14th, 2011
9:25 am

deirdre? love it!

Deirdre

June 14th, 2011
9:25 am

carla, no discord, just different likes and dislikes. we frequently discuss how we feel about stuff and we don’t always agree but we all try to stay civil about it.

Deirdre

June 14th, 2011
9:27 am

And Lee was last year’s winner, a guy who many of us think didn’t deserve to win.

carla roqs

June 14th, 2011
9:31 am

woodpappy, chesapeake bay was breath taking. even the quality of the sand was amazing. everyone co-existed on the huge shore-line: families, couples, picnic-ers, dog walkers. i was with friends who had three little boys, the water was actually cold as it was memorial day weekend, but they had a ball. we all took our shoes off before even hitting the beach, the neighborhood is so cool that that was just how it was- sandals, sneakers stashed here and there- no one bothered anything- and the sand was too deep to walk in with shoes. amazing. and yes, apparently… i need to return there soon. lets go for a visit, woodpappy.

carla roqs

June 14th, 2011
9:33 am

thanks Deirdre.

Rickster

June 14th, 2011
9:51 am

@ Carla: no… Tracy is not the world renowned, fabulously beautiful Mrs. Rickster. :-)

Rickster

June 14th, 2011
9:51 am

There are two blogsters on here who are married… I just don’t remember which ones.

Rickster

June 14th, 2011
9:54 am

I know one is Highlander… but can’t remember who he’s married to.

♥ kelly&carriefan ♥

June 14th, 2011
9:54 am

D, I LOVE your summary of the Lost ending. As far as the Killing, I tend to believe that you-know-who is Orpheus, but…clearly something’s rotten in the state of Denmark. I guess I’m not putting too much stock on the “clue” as that kind of thing can be manufactured…especially in “you know who’s” position where others might have access to said “clue.” Honestly, I think the show’s done a good job of throwing enough strange happenings to make us suspect a few people.

Branch Loveless

June 14th, 2011
10:04 am

Rickster, carla- Highlander is married to the wonderful Heather MacDonald.

U R welcome.

Now, back to waiting for 01/2012.

Deirdre

June 14th, 2011
10:10 am

k&cf…almost everyone I’ve talked to who watches The Killing has a different idea about who is guilty. That makes a pretty clever show to me. If you know the story of Orpheus you pretty much understand why he/she picked that name. I think it’s someone in his/her inner circle.

Deirdre

June 14th, 2011
10:10 am

Maybe Rosie was threatening to expose………….. ;-)

Mercedes S.

June 14th, 2011
10:11 am

carla roqs – “not sure who Lee is” – you have a wicked sense of humor! Love it!

Mercedes S.

June 14th, 2011
10:12 am

I’m skipping all posts relating to “The Killing”… now I HAVE to watch it.

♥ kelly&carriefan ♥

June 14th, 2011
10:29 am

D, exactly. Especially when one of the descriptions about Orpheus is clearly not correct in regards to “you know who.” Namely, his/her height…

Mercedes, nothing like making things sound mysterious to pique someone’s curiosity. :)

Harriett

June 14th, 2011
10:43 am

Mercedes, I must do the same now, I fear.

Rodney Ho

June 14th, 2011
10:48 am

new blog entry. KCF will like it!

Deirdre

June 14th, 2011
11:14 am

Mercedes, carla says she doesn’t watch AI…she just likes the atmosphere on this blog. I may be naive but I think she really doesn’t know who Lee is.

carla roqs

June 14th, 2011
11:46 am

deeeee, i was TRYING to play it off and not admit to it again. i kinda liked that mercdedes thot i was just being cute. sorry, folx, deirdre is correct- idol? ewwwww. you guys? bff, lol

carla roqs

June 14th, 2011
11:46 am

sorry, so sleepy, mercedes.