Monday, May 31, 2010

Britain’s Got Talent live semi-final one: what the judges said

Spelbound and Tobias Mead are the first acts during to the Britain’s Got Talent final. Get all the rumor from the first semi-final here and find out what the judges thought of each of the eight contestants.

Spelbound became the first act to be voted through to the Britain’s Got Talent final 2010 after giving an implausible, jaw-dropping, gymnastic performance.

The troupe will be joined in Saturday’s live final by body-popping, street-dancer Tobias Mead who was place through by the judges in front of singer, Olivia Archbold.

The first semi-final had all the glitz, glamour and gore we have come to know and love from BGT, complete with a new shiny set that’s not too differen`t from the X Factor stage.

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Friday, May 28, 2010

'So You Think You Can Dance' Recap: Let's Get Contemporary

With Thursday night's (May 27) big opening of the new season of So You Think You Can Dance, the demonstrate made its first stops in the audition rounds on the east coast in both the Big Apple and Miami. Following a heavy, overly theatrical introduction, host Cat Deeley kept reminding us that season seven is going to be the toughest and most gung ho season yet (most likely due to the all of the rule changes). But at least the auditions reminded us that a few things just always stay the same: People still screech, I'm going to Las Vegas! and there continue to be very bizarre (and dubious) auditions.

Of course we only find to see a select few of these auditions, but from what I could tell, New York absolutely produced some interesting characters, which always makes for enormous entertainment (if not essentially for top-shelf dancing). The most unforgettable was the hazardous waste fluid cleaner (or something of that sort) who essentially cleans up blood for a living. His job alone made him worth mentioning. And then there was the low-budget horror film director who cross-dressed wearing fruits and vegetables (and ultimately threw a broccoli that was taped to his chest to the judges). actually he had just gone vegetarian.

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Thursday, May 27, 2010

'American Idol' finale: Dane Cook not happy with 'weirdo' who hijacked song

The American Idol Season 9 finale was generally filled with great moments -- Bret Michaels rock out with Casey James on Every Rose Has Its Thorn, Lee DeWyze and Chicago, Crystal Bowersox and Alanis Morissette, numerous Simon Cowell tributes -- but of course there had to be one off-the-rails strange moment. That's what happens when the show invites back some of its most prominent cuckoo auditions.

During comedian Dane Cook's Simon Said song, a plethora of prominent Idol Simon-taunters joined him onstage. But one, Ian Bernardo of Season 7 fame, grab the microphone from Cook and started shouting, Who cares? It's all about Ian Benardo tonight! I'm going to reinstate you, Simon Cowell! No one has a thing to speak about you, just me.

Not to be out-done, crazy laugh girl Tatiana del Toro tried to commandeer the mic next and the producers rapidly cut away from the action and went to profitable, while Cook just stood there strumming his guitar, possibly wish the stage would just open him up and swallow him whole.

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Wednesday, May 26, 2010

'American Idol' Report Card: Did Bowersox Or DeWyze Top The Finale?

It's last report card time in our American Idol classroom, but before we get into sizing up Crystal Bowersox and Lee DeWyze's performance, the first grade has merely got to go to the show's producers. Y'all get a wholehearted outstanding for the out-of-the-box decision to ditch those cloying original singles from long-ago seasons (This is My Now! No Boundaries!) And let the contestants sing wrap songs.

Thus what we got on Tuesday night was the prospect of six enormous songs, and the challenge for our remaining two students was to sing them fine. That didn't always occur. Even this late in the game, our two finalists are not summa cum laude all-stars. But they both have come a extended way since their Chicago auditions. We're pleased to think that both Bowersox and DeWyze will be moving on to careers as footage artists. But only one of them will walk away with heading of season nine's valedictorian. It's time to whip out the red pen and lay down some grades with our previous Idol report card of 2010.

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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

3,700 apply for Buddha film role

Ashutosh Gowariker has said that people from all over the globe want to audition for his fresh film.

The director, 46, exposed that he has received more than 3,700 applications, including more than 6,000 photos and videos, from people who want to emerge in Buddha via the film's website

The seek for the actor to play the iconic role continues. I am going through the hundreds of auditions that have come in and I should say, we are getting nearer to our Buddha, Gowariker told Mid Day.

The filmmaker also claimed that the Buddha producers are assembling an globally renowned technical team to exertion on the movie.

Producer Bhupendra Kumar Modi and co-producer Dileep Singh Rathore are leaving no stone unturned to give me technicians of my option, that will help make 500 BC accurately on screen, Gowariker explained.

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Monday, May 24, 2010

BB star auditions for Neighbours

Big Brother star Nikki Grahame is hoping to create a name for herself Down Under following auditioning for a part in Neighbours.

The blonde, famed for her who is she? explosion filmed herself trying out for the part of Poppy Rogers, a role that show bosses are casting through a UK-wide competition.

In her piece, Nikki likens herself to the character, saying she's free-spirited, love going to festivals and is an actual risk-taker.

Hundreds of hopefuls have entered the contest, which will permit one aspiring actress to emerge on the Australian soap for four weeks.

Nikki was a competitor on the seventh series of Big Brother, and briefly reappeared in the 10th series to take fraction in a task.

Friday, May 21, 2010

'Transformers 3' director Michael Bay auditioning for Megan Fox relacement

Now that Megan Fox is formally out as Mikaela Banes in the Paramount Pictures trait film Transformers 3, director Michael Bay is auditioning actresses to replace Fox. This creates a enormous cast vacancy that would assure international fame and exposure for the actress who takes over the character of as Shia LaBeouf’s love interest in the $1.5 billion dollar franchise.

It is no secret that Megan Fox and Michael Bay haven’t had the friendliest of working relationships in the long-ago. She even likened Bay and his on-set individuality to Adolf Hitler. There are also rumors that it was truly director Michael Bay who fired her. Paramount confirmed that they didn't renew her choice, according to a statement by MTV.

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Thursday, May 20, 2010

Cheryl Cole ‘Stalling On X Factor Contract’

Cheryl Cole is stalling before signing her contract for the subsequently series of the X Factor, according to a statement.

It’s claimed the star is keen to find out who will wrap Dannii Minogue’s maternity leave before she commits to the demonstrate.

An insider told the Daily Star: It's getting very near to the start of the X Factor auditions and Cheryl has not yet signed on the dotted line. It would ruin her X Factor knowledge not to have another girly girl like Dannii to laugh and joke with and gang up with not in favor of the lads.

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Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Haylofters hold auditions for "State Fair"

BURLINGTON — Auditions for the Burlington Haylofters summer musical, State Fair,will be detained at 7 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, May 24-25, at the Malt House Theater, 109 N. Main Street.

There are several parts for men and women, and several parts for youth ages 14 and older. People auditioning should have a song prepared (accompanist provided), be ready to learn easy dance steps and be ready to cold read from the script.

This family musical is set against the colorful backdrop of an American heartland custom, as the Frake family leaves their ranch for three days at the Iowa State Fair. Mom and Pop vie for blue ribbons, while their son and daughter find romance on the midway.

Production dates are July 14-17, 22-25 and 29-31, and Aug. 31. For more information, call (262) 763-9873 or visit the Web at

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

New ABC series 'No Ordinary Family' acting auditions now taking place

ABC has picked up the latest series No Ordinary Family starring Michael Chiklis and Julie Benz. Casting director John Papsidera is presently conducting auditions for other series regulars, guest stars, and day players. The show centers on an American family unit whose members have special abilities. Chiklis and Benz have fun the parents. It is not known what, if any, roles from the pilot incident will be re-cast. Re-casting of roles from pilots is a very general practice in the entertainment industry.

David Semel directed the pilot and will serve as one of the managerial producers of the series. Semel has been executive producer and/or director on such show as House, Heroes, Beverly Hills 90210, and Dawson's Creek. He has two Primetime Emmy prize nominations.

No Ordinary Family has been described as a live action version of The Incredible. This is ABC's first bureaucrat series pickup of the year and production will begin in summer 2010.

Monday, May 17, 2010

CCU marching band to hold auditions for 2010-2011

CONWAY - The Coastal Carolina University guts of the Chanticleer Marching Band will clutch auditions for the 2010-2011 drumline and front ensemble on Saturday, June 5 and Saturday, July 24.

Students interested in auditioning may decide to concentrate either date.

Registration will take place at 8 a.m. in the Coastal Band Hall, with auditions finishing at 5 p.m.

Auditions for the Spirit drumline are informal and relaxed. The Spirit of the Chanticleer Marching Band performs frequently at home and selected away football games, parades, festivals and high school marching band exhibitions.

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Saturday, May 15, 2010

Starlets shine for hospice

A variety of talented performers wowed a full house at the Regent Theatre last night to aid a commendable cause.

Over 1,200 packed into the venue to see the Star for a Night diversity show in aid of the East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices’ (EACH) Tree House Appeal.

It’s hoped the demonstrate - which featured an ecclectic mix of 29 performers - will raise thousands of pounds for the appeal.

That money will go towards rising the £3 million need to build a brand latest state-of-the-art hospice in Ipswich.

Helen Duggan, from EACH, who helped to organize the show, said: It’s been a fantastic night and I would like to thank each one who turned up.

Everyone seemed to love it and the audience gave a enormous standing ovation at the end.

Gerry Bremner, who performed as the tenor ‘Il Tenore’ was wonderful, as was singer Craig Cathpole and youngsters The Candy Girls.

Mark Fox, Suffolk Community Fundraising Co-ordinator for EACH, said the demonstrate could be held again in the future.

He said: I’ve been so impressed with every one of the performers and the tough work of the organisers. The show has been a year in the making and every time they faced a problem they battled to conquer it.

So far the appeal has raised about £300,000 so we’re ten per cent of the way and there’s a extended way to go.

But if the show’s a big achievement - which it looks like being - then we have thought about holding again.

A total of 29 promising performers battled through gruelling rounds of auditions over the past few months to take part in the show.

More than 400 singers, dancers and musicians have faced a panel of specialist judges, including former Bee Gees backing singer Cheryl Halliwell, in auditions crossways the county, to win a place on the special stage.

The lineup integrated rock band Steel Pictures - made up of year 11 students from Hadleigh High School.

Fifty-three-year aged grandmother Tanyia Bailey - aka Tammie Rae - and youngsters The Candy Girls comprise of nine-year-old Millie Zarkos and ten-year-old Emma Bird from Stow market.

Friday, May 14, 2010

Theatre Alliance of Louisville Presents 2010 Unified Auditions 5/22

Theatre coalition of Louisville presents its fifth annual unified auditions on May 22nd, 2010 at the Hartford Building of the Jefferson Community College Campus on the southeast bend of First and Gray streets.

The unified auditions offer local actors a unique chance to audition for 17 theatres and organizations casting for multiple shows on the similar day.

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Thursday, May 13, 2010

See Matt LeBlanc audition to play himself for BBC2

Former Friends celebrity Matt LeBlanc has started filming a seven-part sitcom for BBC2 in which he auditions to play himself.

Episodes is written by Friends creator David Crane, plus Jeffrey Klarik, and is the story of a British pair, played by Stephen Mangan and Tamsin Greig, who are successful producers of a strike UK TV show called Lyman's Boys.

They're persuaded to shift to LA by a powerful US producer and remake their show for American TV; only, it's a disaster, particularly when the producer who turns out to have not even watched the show decides to replace the Lyman's Boys lead (Richard Griffiths) with... Matt LeBlanc.

But Matt first has to audition for the producer to play himself. Got the picture?

Episodes screens in the US and UK later in 2010, but look at a clip of Matt auditioning:

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Auditions set for The Wedding Singer

The Brass Rail Players at Lindenwood is going reverse to the big-haired '80s with the fresh, amusing romantic musical comedy The Wedding Singer.

Open auditions will get place at 6 p.m. Monday, May 24, and Tuesday, May 25, at the Lindenwood University Belleville hall, Premier Center for the Arts,2600 W. Main St., Belleville.

It is the St. Louis area community theater premiere of the 2006 Tony candidate for Best Musical, which is base on the hit 1998 Adam Sandler-Drew Barrymore movie.

Principal roles comprise rock star wannabe Robbie Hart, his bandmates Sammy and George, his fiance Linda, pal Julia, her boyfriend Glen, her cousin Holly, and Robbie's rappin Grandma Rosie. A chorus is also required for the ensemble, and there are seven celebrity mimic cameos available: Mr. T, Tina Turner, Billy Idol, Cyndi Lauper, Nancy and Ronald Reagan, and Imelda Marcos.

Auditions are open to anyone in the region and the Brass Rail Players give confidence diversity in casting. The ages being sought for this exacting show range from high school to senior citizens.

For auditions, you will be asked to read scenes from the script with others on phase, sing at least 16 bars of a song (you can bring your own accompanist or one will be provided), and depending on the position, learn a few dance steps in a group (so wear shoes appropriate for dancing or bring dance shoes). If you can bring a photo to fasten to the audition form, it will be returned provided you also bring a stamped self-addressed cover.

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Audition to star in the next Just Dance game!

If you fancy yourself as a bit of a Britney or Lady Gaga and can effort the dance floor like no other than have we got the contest for you!

astonishingly addictive and fab Nintendo Wii game Just Dance is getting ready to release it’s next edition and the beautiful people that make the game want one dance loving wannabe to have their moves immortalized and copied in all the Just Dance loving home in the UK – how cool is that?

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Monday, May 10, 2010

Model gets over ‘dumping’ Defoe with X Factor audition

A CHESHUNT model has dumped Spurs and England protester Jermain Defoe.

The Premier League ace, who lives in Cuffley, had been dating Roxy Townsend, 22, and the couple were househunting together. It was rumored they were set to shift in to a £1m riverside pad in London.

But a source close to the model said she had dumped him following tabloid revelations alleged that Defoe, 27, was seen with a different woman in his car.

It has also emerged that previous month Ms Townsend attended auditions for the next succession of hit singing contest The X Factor.

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Saturday, May 8, 2010

Show biz glamorous, but audition comes first

It's a job different any other. It calls for both premature mornings and late nights, and an unusual dress code.

For several students at Victoria School of Performing and Visual Arts, it's the job they want: to be a theatre expert and get paid to dance and sing.

But first they've get to nail the audition. They had some veterans approximately this week to show them the way.

It's actually crunch time for me, so getting as much information as I can before I choose what to do is truly important, said Matthew Jonah, a Grade 12 student who wants to follow a theatre career.

Director Benjamin Klein and dancer and choreographer Emily Loftiss were at the school to guide junior and senior high students during master classes in acting, dance and audition skills.

What you're doing as an actor in an audition is asking somebody to hire you, Klein told the students. It's your daily interview.

Klein has worked as an associate director on Hairspray, Love Never Dies -- Andrew Lloyd Webber's sequel to ghost of the Opera -- and additional productions.

And though auditioning might require a dance, a song, some acting or all three, it also requires the similar things any other job interview would.
You wouldn't show up to an interview with no resume, not knowing your fabric and not be dressed correctly, Klein said.

Presenting a professional appearance is significant, but so is being likable, Loftiss said.

You don't want to deal with someone who's going to be actually difficult for three months.

Loftiss has toured in a production of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and has performed as a Rockette in the Radio City Christmas stunning in New York for the last two years.

This isn't just something amusing that we just do on the side. This is our career, and so you should work on your career each single day. It's every one about chipping away and moving up and up and up,Loftiss said.

She knows from knowledge that chipping away pays off.

Loftiss told the students about going into an audition and not receiving the part. But because she impressed the director, he hired her for his subsequently show.

Although you go to two auditions in one day and you don't get a job, it doesn't mean you haven't done your work for the day, because you're receiving your name out, she said.

As a director, Klein values adaptableness in performers.

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Thursday, May 6, 2010

UGA Summer Music Camps

It’s time to sign up for Summer Music Camps at UGA. Choose from Summer Music Camp, Summer Music Institute, Marching Band Camp, Step Off and the Summer Twirl and Dance Camp.

Visit the site for more information, dates, registration and deadlines.

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Wednesday, May 5, 2010

VCSU students perform at state audition

Numerous Valley City (N.D.) State University students performed at the North Dakota National Association of Teachers of playing auditions April 10 in Fargo. The auditions are held annually and engross undergraduate- and graduate-level vocalists from across North Dakota.

The auditions engage three rounds of singing with only 30 percent of each division proceeding to the subsequently round. More than 110 students performed at the auditions this following year. Three VCSU students advanced to the second round of performance: Kirci Phillips, Thomas Zinke and Faith Heitzmann. Phillips and Zinke advanced to the ending round of auditions in their particular divisions. Phillips took third place in her division (sophomore women) and Zinke took first position in his (sophomore men).

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Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Vocalist KYLE MICHAELS Auditions For DRAGONFORCE - May 4, 2010

Kyle Michaels, who is best known as the previous lead vocalist of RAVAGE, THE GEEZER BUTLER BAND and MASI, has auditioned for British intense epic power metallers DRAGONFORCE. His audition video, which was put together in one take with the assist of manager Lloyd Freeze of SGL Entertainment and video creator Dan Manzella of Dig-It-Al Studios, can be viewed below.

DRAGONFORCE lately parted ways with lead singer ZP Theart due to insurmountable differences of musical opinion, according to a report released by the British extreme epic power metal band.

While the imaginative core members have begun writing the fifth album, they have also started a universal search for a new vocalist.

We are looking for a influential, melodic singer to write a latest chapter of DRAGONFORCE with us, stated Herman Li.

Anyone wishing to audition for the vacant position should be relevant by following the instructions at this location.

DRAGONFORCE's newest album, 2008's Ultra Beatdown, sold 24,000 copies in the United States in its first week of liberate to debut at position No. 18 on The Billboard 200 chart.

DRAGONFORCE had its first two studio albums — Valley Of The Damned and Sonic hellhole— reissued on February 22, 2010 via Spinefarm Records U.K. Both titles were made obtainable with updated packaging and bonus audio/DVD content, a few of it exclusive to these releases.

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