Saturday, June 10, 2006

a break with tradition?...

Hmmm. Interesting.

But not yet confirmed.

The New York Post's Page 6 is hinting that Taylor Hicks has signed, not with 19E, but with The Firm, the same entertainment management company that's flirting (at last report) with Elliott Yamin.

And to think Kelly Clarkson and Clay Aiken had to sue to become clients. (Clarkson is still under their wing; Aiken has moved on.)

This could prove to be fun.

6 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

i watched Elliot Sing the National Anthem on Tonights Ballgame - He seemed so full of excitement and did an excellent job - What a Beautiful Person!
Connie

10:16 PM, June 11, 2006  
Blogger lorguru said...

Jenn...you called this post "A Break with Tradition?", but I'm wondering...isn't it more than tradition? I thought it was contractual? Can there be any legitmacy to this rumor, and if so, how would Taylor get out of the contrac so soon?

11:55 AM, June 12, 2006  
Blogger jennifer said...

That's why I called it "tradition" instead of "contractual."

I also thought it was contractually obligated. At least it used to be, and I doubt the contract has changed THAT much since season one. But now people are speculating that he might have signed with both, 19E because he's obligated as the winner for all Idol-related business and The Firm for the longer-term career aspirations.

Or they're speculating that Page 6 is full of hooey.

It's all very oddly interesting. I guess we have to wait.

Katharine has signed, officially, with 19E.

12:01 PM, June 12, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Off the subject....

http://www.kisscleveland.com/cc-common/mfeatures/player/player.html?songLink=think&folderName=katherinemcpheeOD&gateway=exiting

yes, it's a link LOL!

~V~

7:08 PM, June 13, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not to pick on anyone in particular, but very long URLs can be quite difficult to cut-and-paste from a browser. Here's how you make an HTML link (type in what you see, substituting your what you want in place of your text and your link, taking care to keep the double quotes in place):

<a href="your link">your text</a>

Example: This is a <a href="http://www.google.com">link</a> to Google...
becomes: This is a link to Google...
when you publish your comment. Much easier for everybody else to deal with!

-L

12:51 PM, June 14, 2006  
Anonymous Maggie said...

Hi Jennifer.. Thanks for continuing to feed my addiction and help me with this slow withdrawal, lol.
I decided after listening to the link that was posted "My Destiny" is the B side because, not only is it a crappy song but I think Kat has a really difficult time relating to it. I'm not criticising the vocals just the distantance from the lyric I can feel in the performance. Oh well, just a thought.

Hope you are enjoying the summer!
Maggie

5:54 PM, June 14, 2006  

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