Wow! Let the audio-visual Thanksgiving weekend continue. Can't seem to stop.
Today as I was "penny hiking" around YouTube, I came upon some of the Britain's Got Talent 2012 summary clips. I like these much better than watching the TV show, because you see the best of the entries. While the regular talent shows go on too long for me, with me feeling awkward for those contestants reaching above their performance level. The summary clips spotlight the accomplished entries who could become professional entertainers.
Best of all, I love the shows where Simon Cowell receives his come-uppins, the ones where he is quick to judge a person on their appearance. He doesn't seem to understand, even at his stage of the game, that talent and physical presentation are not necessarily connected.
So, maybe, if you watch TV often, you've seen this and it's old hat, but today, I was left spellbound by the spectacular shaming of Simon. See what you think:
Charlotte and Jonathan in audition.
Charlotte and Jonathan in the Semi Finals
Charlotte and Jonathan in the Finals.
"Jonathan Antoine (born 13 January 1995) and Charlotte Jaconelli (born 24 August 1995), known collectively as Jonathan and Charlotte, are an English classical crossover duo from Essex. They finished as runners-up in the sixth series of Britain's Got Talent in 2012, being beaten to the winning post on 12 May by dancing dog act Ashleigh and Pudsey. At the time, they were aged 17 and 16 respectively. Despite not winning, the young duo were offered a £1million record deal by Simon Cowell on his record label Syco. They have since released their album Together which reached #5 in the UK Album Charts. The album was released in the USA and Canada on October 30, 2012."
Boy! Watching this uplifting story and listening to Jonathan & Charlotte sing was just what I needed to witness today. Such a miracle of creation.
Neither Jonathan nor Charlotte were born before 1995.
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