Thursday, May 18, 2006

Not Just Elliott, Kat Was Robbed, Too!

Where was Sherman Oaks' red carpet? Didn't her American Idol homecoming seem sad compared to the other two? I felt bad for her. Sherman Oaks is a lovely community with more than enough locations for a civic celebration for a hometown heroine. And did anyone else think Governor Schwarzenegger's absence was conspicuous and odd?

4 comments:

gina said...

I wonder if it's because she's just another (semi)famous person, and they're a dime a dozen in LA? I don't think it has anything to do with a lack of support for her.

I do, however, think that Arnold totally snubbed her. Boo.

Michael Markowitz said...

You're right that Alabama definitely doesn't get the chance to come out and celebrate as often as L.A. does, and that's a big part of it. But there's famous and then there's American Idol famous. If you could see what goes on outside the studio on Tuesdays, you'd see L.A. is not jaded when it comes to AI. I just think Sherman Oaks or L.A. dropped the ball, or the air went out of it when the Schwarzenegger snub happened. I see your boo, and raise you a Katcall.

Anonymous said...

Arnold and Maria couldn't lend their support to Katharine. And now they expect my vote? Not gonna happen!

Michael Markowitz said...

I hear ya. It is unlike Arnold to not go where the crowd and cameras are. What a no-brainer way to get some nice-guy face time. Unless the equal time rule prohibited it.