#FlashbackFriday! "Drop It Like It's Hot" by Snoop Dogg & Pharrell.
You know, Snoop Dogg before he changed his name to Snoop Lion. he specialized in getting all the girls naked for shizzle n drizzle n mizzle.
Before people were twerking, they were popping it like it's hot.-DocFB
Diagnosis: I'm only here to twist you....
Adam Lambert talked about his new CD "Trespassing" and hair when he was on "Chelsea Lately" with Chelsea Handler where they talked about him being gay. Surprise, surprise.
The interview took place before President Obama announced he supports gay marriage which may have been why it took "Lately" so long to post the clip.
He talks about being open and out there even before he was on "American Idol" and a little stab at Ryan Seacrest.
He also talked about working with Phrarrell and the tracks they created.
Check out the interview before and the last time he was on Chelsea Lately below.-DocFB
10 members equals ten times the InTENsity, right? Maybe, but not sure for X Factor.
The performance of "That's Not My Name" by The Ting Tings is good but with 10 members, I am not really sure how far they are going to get when it is everyone competiting and not just bands.
Right now, this performance is one of the most watched auditions but just because it is the most popular, does not mean it is the best.
Paula Abdul and Pharrell have a big decision to make and although it might be inTENse, I am not sure the group is going to like her answer.-DocFB
Diagnosis: Yes, actually, that is my name....
Temecula, California's Brewer Boys performed "Only Girl In The World" by Rihanna for Paula Abdul and Pharrell on X Factor.
The duo was great, but did not blow me away. They were in harmony but, not sure. Man, the groups are the hard one. Paula is up to the challenge and I am glad it is her and not me.
I just don't know about this one. What do you all think?-DocFB
Diagnosis: Didn't make me feel like I'm the only doc in the world.....
4Shore was given "If You Love Me" Brownstone to perform on X Factor. Seems like the judges want them to be more like Jodeci than Boyz II Men.
Both Pharrell and Paula Abdul felt the group needs to "dirty" it up a little bit. So I guess we can expect to hear "Knockin Boots" by H-Town or "Come & Talk To Me" by Jodeci next.
The harmonies were there. The flow was there. They did not need to go over the top.
They are moving on to the next round, but if they don't "dirty" it up soon, it will be the end of the road for them. 4 Shore.-DocFB
Diagnosis: Time to get Dirty
Lakoda Rayne didn't start off as a group but are now one as they performed "Born This Way" by Lady Gaga.
The odds are against them more than anyone. Having Paula Abdul and Pharrell as the judges was to their advantage. The song choice of "Born This Way" by Lady Gaga, and the country version of the song, I am not sure if it was the best they could do.
It didn't blow me away BUT I will say their vocals were on point. They were not in perfect harmony but for a group that only had been performing for not that long, it may be good enough to advance to the next round.
What did you think of Lakoda Rayne's performance?-DocFB
Diagnosis: On The Right Track, Baby