American Idol Top 11 Takes Billboard #1s!

AI Season 9’s Top 11 took on Billboard No. 1 Hits. Looks like this week was the first week that the contestants had a mentor. Usually, mentors are like super amazing since they have the experience and shiz, but this one’s different. It’s – SURPRISE! – Miley Cyrus. The Disney zit who can’t sing a damn note.  She pretty much gives every contestant the usual advice a generic teacher can give. A terrible mentor can result to the most terrible episode yet! To think that this week is an important week if they wanna join the Summer Tour! Clearly, all of them gave mediocre performances. Well? What do you expect? Miley Cyrus mentored them. Clearly, she made all these contestants like her – a trainwreck. Miley Cyrus made this episode of Idol the most VFTW! Worthy. Thus, VFTW bows down to Queen Miley.
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American Idol Top 12 – STONED!

The Top 12 finalists of the hit reality show American Idol (Season 9) took on one of the greatest bands of all time – The Rolling Stones!

The remaining contestants should give justice to the unworthy eliminated ones (i.e. Katelyn Epperly, Alex Lambert and Lilly Scott.) Kudos to Crystal Bowersox for giving a tribute to our fallen angel who could have had awesome studio recordings, Lilly Scott. To sum it all up, the episode was boring if not for two performers – Siobhan Magnus and Crystal Bowersox. The else were pretty much STONED
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Pyramid – Charice ft. Iyaz (Review)

What’s the least thing you can expect from a Filipina singer-slash-YouTube singer who keeps on belting out ballads on her live performances? Pyramid. The single reminds us that Charice Pempengco is not just someone who’s exclusive to ballads and would forever sound Filipino. Pyramid is the new single of YouTube sensation and David Foster’s anointed child, Charice Pempengco. Different from her debut single Note to God, Pyramid shows a more current vibe that’s ear-friendly and something you can hear off the radio
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The Church and its Beliefs

As someone who was never on a non-Catholic school, I have been lectured by this and that – saying that abortion is wrong or being homosexual was wrong and it’s wrong to contradict the Church and its teachings. However, Social Studies and Values weren’t totally gone from my system and I learned to become realistic – accepting reality and to learn how to bend the rules sometimes.
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