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Celebrity Duets – Marie Osmond Gets Mean

September 14, 2006 09:51 PM by Joe Blackmon

Marie_osmond_gets_meanHost Wayne Brady announces that the champion of Celebrity Duets will win $100,000 for their favorite charity: The Wayne Brady Give A Brother $100,000 Charity.  Before the celebrities perform, Wayne Brady introduces the judges: Marie Osmond, Little Richard, and David Foster. 

To kick of the show, Lucy Lawless sings “Say A Little Prayer” with Dionne Warwick.  Marie Osmond says “I think you were a little bit timid.”  Little Richard says “Lucy, you been in the Kool-Aid girl, but you don’t even know the flavor.”  David Foster says “I actually kind of liked that.” 

Alfonso Ribeiro sings “Too Much Too Little Too Late” with Deniece Williams.  Marie Osmond says “One of the things I felt is that you have this move, and it’s not always appropriate with various people that you sing with.”  Little Richard says “Don’t’ let your voice write a check that your rhythm can’t cash.”  David Foster says “You did pretty good, great last note.” 

Carly Patterson sings “Beautiful Soul” with Jesse McCartney.  Marie Osmond says “If you want to continue, your voice is loosening up, but your body is still very stiff.”  Little Richard says “I got your horse, I hope you got your buggy.”  David Foster says “I said that last week, Marie is now the b*tch from hell, sweet little Marie Osmond is now ragging on everybody.”   

Hal Sparks sings “Come Sail Away” with Dennis DeYoung.  Marie Osmond says “You did a great job.”  Little Richard says “It’s coming on through, and you’ve got it, and it takes it.”  David Foster says “There is no doubt that you can sing, but I believe that you think that you are a rock star, and I don’t believe you are.” 

Cheech Marin sings “Ain’t No Sunshine” with Aaron Neville.  Marie Osmond says “You looked like you were struggling to find the beat.”  Little Richard says “You’ve got to go back and get it, you’ve got to find it, then you’ve got to bring it.”  David Foster says “You’re charming, but you don’t belong here anymore.” 

Jai Rodriguez sings “Tell It To My Heart” with Taylor Dayne.  Marie Osmond says “You relate to the camera which involves the people at home that are watching.  Your choreography was awkward.”  Little Richard says “You picked it up and pulled it out and put it in.”  David Foster says “Tonight was a big miss.” 

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10 Responses to “Celebrity Duets – Marie Osmond Gets Mean”

  1. Reality Life Says:
    September 14th, 2006 at 10:22 pm

    Celebrity Duets

    I really enjoyed the show on 9/14.  Marie was a little mean and it was refreshing – David however was unusually nice.
    Little Richard was even legible
    Hal is still going strong as my favorite and I suspect that tonight will mark the end of Cheech Mar…

  2. Aleighonna Says:
    September 15th, 2006 at 1:04 am

    how does she have the “right” to judge when she had one maybe two hit songs, and even then, they werent that great… get a real job Marie

  3. aussie Says:
    September 15th, 2006 at 2:53 am

    Marie had years of hits..get it right!!!
    As for being mean.I don’t think so.. She can hardly be mean by telling someone “they are struggling to find the beat” ect. That’s not mean,it’s honest!

  4. Anonymous Says:
    September 15th, 2006 at 12:50 pm

    At least Marie has comments that make sense. Little Richard is totally confusing and just rambles on and on.

  5. Marian Says:
    September 15th, 2006 at 12:53 pm

    Marie is a very seasoned artist/singer, with much experience in the music world. She has every right as a judge, that is why she is on the show. If Simon Cowell can criticize with his own personal style, Marie can certainly do her thing also….but keep it constructive!!!

  6. Tricia Says:
    September 15th, 2006 at 2:30 pm

    Marie had chart topping hits from the 70′s till the early 90′s and has plenty of experience. They hired her to judge and that’s all she’s doing. I actually thought she was being way too nice to some of them!

  7. Anonymous Says:
    September 16th, 2006 at 7:14 pm

    The writer of this site is too sensitive.

  8. Anonymous Says:
    September 19th, 2006 at 7:45 pm

    CE SYSTEM PLACE DOES NOT unSUCK THIS LAST One Is ONE REVIEW STUPID Of PERSONS ATTNETION, The PERSONS OF PROPOSALS TO FORM THEM

  9. SUSAN BAKER Says:
    October 4th, 2006 at 9:30 pm

    I think that Marie’s comments were professional, and helpful. She was trying to give them hints on how to win the competition,.

  10. Sue Says:
    April 28th, 2007 at 8:59 am

    Marie is very professional. Just because no one is used to her speaking her mind and telling the truth, doesn’t make her Mean!!!!! Get a clue People!, Marie is human just like anyone else and she has had an extreamely successful career and doesn’t need to grapple for attention. There is a reason why Simon picked her for this show, it’s called “TALENT”!!!!!

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