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1 Jan 2009
Just want to share David's success here in the Philippines.
Two songs of our David made it to the Magic 89.9's year-end countdown! Magic 89.9 is what I believe, the most popular radio station here in the Philippines.
MAGIC TOP 30 YEAR-END COUNTDOWN
1. Always Be My Baby - David Cook
2. Go on Girl – NeYo
3. The Time of My Life - David Cook
4. Viva La Vida - Coldplay
5. Bust It Baby Part II - Plies feat. NeYo
6. Take a Bow - Rihanna
7. Superhuman - Chris Brown feat Keri Hilson
8. The Man Who Can't Be Moved - The Script
9. Betamax - Sandwich
10. One Step at a Time - Jordin Sparks
11. With You - Chris Brown
12. No Air - Jordin Sparks feat Chris Brown
13. That's What You Get - Paramore
14. Beat It - Fall Out Boy feat. John Mayer
15. Touch my body - Mariah Carey
16. Just Stand Up!-Artists Stand Up to Cancer
17. Crush - David Archuleta
18. Mad - NeYo
19. Teardrops on My Guitar - Taylor Swift
20. Womanizer - Britney Spears
21. Decode - Paramore
22. Akala - Parokya ni Edgar
23. Happily Never After - Nicole Scherzinger
24 Filipina Girl- Markus Davis
25. Disconnection Notice - Pupil
26. Shut Up and Let Me Go - The Ting Tings
27 Forever - Chris Brown
28. Evidence - Urbandub
29. Damn Regret - The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus
30. Bleeding Love - Leona Lewis
15 Oct 2008
This is really my first time doing stuff like these and showing it off. i hope they're alright. i am really bored.
21 Apr 2008
Funny story. Found this at the E-Train:
Welcome to "Behind the Scenes at 'American Idol,' " where we managed to smuggle in a bee, position him on the wall and outfit him with a teensy video camera. There, he recorded the conversation at breakfast the morning after the egregiously mediocre Brooke White managed to survive for another week of competition. Let's pick up the thread:
Brooke: Guys, I'm so humbled and happy to be here with you still. You're all the best. It's a sunshiny day! Can you pass the Sunny Delight? I hope my sunny-side-up eggs arrive soon! I'm so famished after last night's elimination that I could eat Kristy Lee Cook's hidden stash of pork rinds that she forgot to take when she got booted out of here.
David Cook: Look, Brooke, it was a rough night. I don't know how much more of this passive-aggressive, husky-voiced, singer-songwriter cheer we can take this morning. I think we're all still a little stunned that Kristy Lee, who may or may not be my 164th cousin thrice removed, went home instead of you. Now will you excuse me while I restylize my mundane breakfast order into a mini-rock epic?
Carly Smithson: Yeah, Brooke, could we follow the no-speakie-till-the-second-cup-of-coffee rule this morning? I know we try to project a happy-family image in front of the cameras, but, frankly, I'm appalled that you're still here. I'm still not sure who's voting for you. Are there really that many people rooting for a singer who comes across as a bleached-out, washed-and-scrubbed Carole King?
Brooke: Sticks and stones, sticks and stones, my dear Carly. If I had a mean bone in my body, and if I'd ever seen an R-rated movie, I would hurl vicious insults at you and your tattoos -- not to mention that scary looking, ink-slathered boyfriend of yours -- but I'd rather sit back and muse on how astute the "American Idol" voters are.
David Cook: Oh, give me a break. Kristy Lee was getting better week after week. You, on the other hand, just keep getting whinier.
Jason Castro: Dudes! It is way too early in the morning for harshness. If you think my brain is addled at night, imagine what it's like when I first wake up. My synapses are twisted into big, spider-weblike clumps that severely limit my ability to process more than one visual or auditory stimulus at a time. Hey, look at that pretty jar of marmalade!
Syesha Mercado: I agree with Jason. What's done is done. This is a cutthroat competition, and anyone who pretends otherwise is engaging in wishful thinking, just like those who believe that Paula Abdul has never had her brain hijacked by space aliens. As for me, I'm just ecstatic that my carefully plotted career trajectory toward playing a soap-opera villainess is advancing unimpeded. That was a close call last night!
Brooke: Thank you, Syesha. Even if you did grind your thumb into my third vertebrae when we were huddled together last night in the Bottom Three, causing a momentary pained expression on my face that made me look like Glenn Close in "Fatal Attraction."
Jason: I like marmalade. Marmalade pretty.
Carly: Well, I guess the only thing to say is that we have to move on. We have a Ford commercial to film, and we have to figure out which Andrew Lloyd Webber songs we're going to sing this week. I've got dibs on "Don't Cry for Me, Argentina."
Syesha: No way, girl. That's my song. I will mud-wrestle you for the privilege.
Brooke: And we have to figure out a way to tarnish Little Dave's squeaky-clean image so the rest of us have a chance to win.
Carly: Brooke, I didn't think you had it in you.
Brooke: Oh, you have no idea.
David Archuleta: Mmmm mmmm mmmm mmmm.
David Cook: Dude, how many times have we told you not to suck your thumb at the table?
Lol at David A and Jason.
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