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  1. Interscope did a very thorough job in updating Phillip Phillips' artist profile on their website. Lots of info regarding his new CD, "Collateral" to be released Jan 19, 2018. A major label release for an Idol winner is an oddity these days, Phillip, along with Kelly, Carrie and Trent (who has never released an album) are the only winners who still have major label recording contracts. www.interscope.com/artists/phillip-phillips.
  2. Phillip Phillips added 17 shows to his Magnetic Tour, to support his 3rd album Collateral, to be released 1/19/18. VIP fan experiences will be available too. Presale starts today, 12/5 at 12PM EST with the code MILES. All info at http://www.phillipphillips.com/tour Feb 09, 2018 Harrah's Cherokee - Event Center Cherokee, NC VIP & Tickets Feb 10, 2018 The Neighborhood Theatre Charlotte, NC Presale Feb 11, 2018 Norva Theater Norfolk, VA Presale Feb 13, 2018 Union Transfer Philadelphia, PA VIP & Tickets Feb 14, 2018 The Sinclair Cambridge, MA VIP & Tickets Feb 15, 2018 The Sinclair Cambridge, MA VIP & Tickets Feb 17, 2018 The Fillmore Silver Spring, MD VIP & Tickets Feb 18, 2018 Irving Plaza New York, NY VIP & Tickets Feb 20, 2018 Cat's Cradle Carrboro, NC VIP & Tickets Feb 22, 2018 Georgia Theatre Athens, GA VIP & Tickets Feb 23, 2018 Variety Playhouse Atlanta, GA VIP & Tickets Feb 24, 2018 Cox Capitol Theatre Macon, GA VIP & Tickets Feb 25, 2018 3rd and Lindsley Nashville, TN Presale Feb 27, 2018 Music Farm Charleston, SC Presale Feb 28, 2018 Palladium Theatre St Petersburg, FL VIP & Tickets Mar 02, 2018 Florida Theatre Jacksonville, FL VIP & Presale Mar 03, 2018 Revolution Live Fort Lauderdale, FL Presale Mar 07, 2018 The Truman Kansas City, MO Presale Mar 09, 2018 Ogden Theatre Denver, CO VIP & Tickets Mar 10, 2018 The Lincoln Fort Collins, CO Presale Mar 13, 2018 The Depot Salt Lake City, UT VIP & Tickets Mar 14, 2018 Knitting Factory Boise, ID Presale Mar 16, 2018 Neptune Theatre Seattle, WA VIP & Tickets Mar 17, 2018 Vogue Theatre Vancouver, Canada Presale Mar 18, 2018 Wonder Ballroom Portland, OR VIP & Tickets Mar 20, 2018 The Fillmore San Francisco, CA VIP & Tickets Mar 21, 2018 The Fonda Theatre Los Angeles, CA VIP & Tickets Mar 22, 2018 Belly Up Tavern Solana Beach, CA VIP & Tickets Mar 23, 2018 Belly Up Tavern Solana Beach, CA VIP & Tickets Mar 28, 2018 House of Blues Dallas, TX Presale Mar 30, 2018 Hard Rock Live Biloxi Biloxi, MS VIP & Tickets Mar 31, 2018 Griffin Music Hall El Dorado, AR Presale Apr 02, 2018 Wooly's Des Moines, IA Presale Apr 03, 2018 First Avenue Minneapolis, MN Presale Apr 06, 2018 House of Blues Chicago, IL VIP & Tickets Apr 07, 2018 Majestic Theatre Detroit, MI Presale Apr 08, 2018 The Opera House Toronto, Canada VIP & Tickets Apr 10, 2018 Beachland Ballroom Cleveland, OH Presale Apr 11, 2018 Headliners Louisville, KY Presale Apr 13, 2018 Horseshoe Bluesville Casino Robinsonville, MS VIP & Tickets Apr 14, 2018 Walker Theatre - Memorial Auditorium Chattanooga, TN
  3. ifoundit

    S10.E05: Petty Party

    Has-been Kroy should be out there pounding the pavement - looking for work - instead of hanging around with the girls at Porsha's. That segment seem so staged. I also don't recall Kim's accusation re Kenya talking about Kash. And Kenya was just repeating what vulgar Kim had tweeted about Brielle. No talent, dumb Kim only came crawling back to RHOA because she needs a paycheck. And she was desperate to cook up a phony storyline.
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    S25.E12: Week 10: Season Finale Part 2

    What about not having ringers period. I don't think they help in ratings - as evident by the fact that Jordan won in one of the lowest rated seasons. It was really the non-dancers that originally put the show on the map. If Jordan had a pro like Witney or Emma who had already won, he would have been a goner.
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    S25.E12: Week 10: Season Finale Part 2

    Unlike Rashad, Laurie, Rumer - Jordan wouldn't have the fan base to pay to see him on tour. That's why this is the first season they included 2 stars. As an obvious ringer, him winning had more to do with Lyndsey Arnold being the sentimental favorite who was overdue for a win. Otherwise, he would have suffered Normadi's fate from last season.
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    S25.E12: Week 10: Season Finale Part 2

    The facts speaks for themselves. Jordan Fisher now has the bad rep of winning in one of the worse rated seasons ever. I think it's very telling when Frankie, who finished in 3rd place with no dance experience - gets chosen to go on the tour, along with Fisher. Both Rashad and Laurie were the first picks from their seasons to go on tour. Same with Rumer.
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    S25.E12: Week 10: Season Finale Part 2

    This could be why the finale ratings were down from the last 2 seasons. The show dropped 17% from the 2016 fall edition. It's boring when the winner pretty much was determined in the first few weeks. This is supposed to be an amateur competition. There is no growth when someone consistently gets perfect scores week after week. The judges hardly ever gave Jordan any constructive feedback. For a ringer, he was lucky to have been paired with Lindsay - whom many felt was overdue for a win. Great to see that Frankie got a spot on the tour.
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    S25.E10: Week 9: Semi-Finals

    Drew (and Frankie) have had more success in their professions than someone like Jordan will ever experience. Jordan is in for a rude awakening if he thinks doing ball room dancing will lead to some big career move. Maybe he can hit up Drew or Frankie for a loan, when he's between jobs and needs to pay his rent, lol.
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    S25.E10: Week 9: Semi-Finals

    My point - it's hardly a level playing field in the dance studio - comparing someone who has professional dance experience - to someone who doesn't.
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    S25.E10: Week 9: Semi-Finals

    Of course - considering he has professional dance training and experience. DWTS might as well change the rules that only ringers apply. Trust me, if the tables were turned, and Jordan had to compete with Drew in the business world, he would get killed.
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    S25.E10: Week 9: Semi-Finals

    Yeah, very predictable = boring, forgettable. And he is a ringer - big time. The inflated judges scores could be to compensate for the audience voting. And it's ultimately the later that carries more weight. Also, shock boots happens, he could be this year's Normandi.
  12. It's all about Kelly's out of control ego. Just because she's on TV now, she thinks Michael isn't cool enough for her. Just like Vicki - who kicked good guy Donn out - and exchanged him for con man Brooks. Michael will be much better without her - and hopefully he has an iron clad prenup that will ice Kelly out.
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    S25.E09: Week 8: Trio Night

    Not all the "celebrities" are from the entertainment world. And just because they are, it doesn't necessarily mean they have any professional dancing experience. Keep in mind that Ringers usually don't win. The voting audience likes to champion the underdogs. Making mistakes, etc is part of the growth process. If Jordan is that good where the judges have nothing constructive to give him, it tells me he is overqualified for this amateur competition.
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    S25.E09: Week 8: Trio Night

    But DWTS is supposed to be about contestants like Drew - who came into the competition with no dance experience. That's what put the show on the map. I actually don't think the judges are hard enough on Jordan - who has been consistently over scored - because he has more dance experience than any of the other contestants.
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    S08.E06: Growing Up Jersey

    Bringing Danielle back has turned out to be a huge disappointment. With all her sucking up to Teresa, Danielle is nothing more than her sock puppet. She was more interesting back in Seasons 1 & 2 when she was the outsider, the villain. I could care less about the nonsense with her and Dolores. Missed opportunity for not pushing her shady and tumultuous past with Teresa and Melissa.
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