Day two in Philly

After a day one recap, it’s onto the “loud singer” segment. The less said, the better.

Milo is a middle aged-man from New Jersey. He wants to audition with a song “No Sex Allowed.” Despite being too old, they give him face time in front of the judges. This is someone’s idea of “good television.”

Next up is Christie Lee who puts the amazing in “Amazing Grace.” She’s Hollywood bound. I’m guessing that she’ll crack under the pressure of Hollywood week. Maybe she’ll prove me wrong.

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