Jump to content

It's Ladie's Night


Fuskie

Recommended Posts

Twelve ladies, only the top 10 will move forward to next week. Here is what happened on Ladies' Night.

Mandisa - Never by Heart. The sister has great stage presence and had me until she hit the chorus when her vocal flat. The question is, how does she sing when she's not shouting. Randy thought it was good with a couple sharp moments. Paula said she was magnificent. Simon said hello, but agreed with Randy in the middle. She has an unbelievable personality and Simon predicts she will make it through to the finals of the show.

Kellie Pickler - How Far by Martina McBride. The first person to start singing on a low note, Kellie seemed to shift from low straight to high gear. Not nearly as impressive a stage presence, and not as strong a vocal. And what's up with the hippie outfit? Randy said it was good but not her best, still some nerves. Paula said her likeability factor will cary her, but needs to carry her personality throughout the song. Simon said it felt heartfelt and sincere, and she is a nice girl and did very well.

Becky O'Donohue - Because the Night by Patti Smith. She has the looks, the hair, a throaty fem rocker's voice, Becky's best asset is making love to the audience. Sadly, the song left a little to be desired. Randy loved the performance but she didn't have the best voice. Paula said her magic is charm and command of the stage, but there were notes that were off throughout the song. Simon was surprised Paula admitted it, but said it was slightly better than expected. Visually a 10, but the voice a 6 and a half. Quite good is not enough anymore.

Ayla Brown - Reflection by Christina Aguilara. A soft but solid start, this was sung with nuance and emotion, if a bit over the top in places for the accompanyment. Looks, performance, and confidence. Randy said it was good, pleasantly surprise, a little cracked at the top note. Paula agreed agreed how she used her vulnerability. Simon called her a hard worker but said her voice has some limits. For the first time, he saw some emotion and it was more real.

Paris Bennett - Midnight Train to Georgia by Gladys Knight. The blue jean outfit was a little under the top, and when you want to do Gladys, you have to be prepared to be compared to Gladys. In that that light, Paris underwhelmed. But she does have a peformance quality, dancing around and pulling the train's horn. Randy said America has a hot one and she surprised him for someone her age. Paula said she is her idol and a showman, avoiding a wardrobe malfunction. Simon said she showed the competition how to not play it safe, and like Fantasia has a strong likeability factor.

Stevie Scott - To Where You Are by Josh Groban. Another low voice start and it drags down the performance just a bit. Quite unlike her audition selections, the chorus seemed a little flat but it is so soft it is hard to know what is nuance and what is off key. A very sedate, underperformed song. Randy said it was different, and found himself daydreaming, non-emotional. Paula did get it, and felt it was very brave to be ethereal with the falsetto. Simon disagreed, saying she completely and utterly messed it up, like being at some horrible sunday lunch with a child singing out of tune.

Brenna Gethers - You Are The Sunshine Of My Life by Stevie Wonder. The softer side of Brenna seemed to be a bit out of key with the background singers and the accompanyment. The song did not grab me, and I found myself missing the Brenna we got to know during auditions. Randy asked what happened to the attitude, called it a safe song. Paula agreed it was a safe song and said that humility and humble pie was redeeming. Simon said she doesn't need to eat humble pie, but that was horrible. Brenna agreed and promised to bring the claws back out.

Heather Cox - When You Tell Me That You Love Me by Diana Ross. She starts low and slowly climbs into her voice. But this performance lacked energy, and the voice lacked emotion for what should have been a romantic ballad. Nice finish, though. Randy was expecting to be slayed with a song instead of being bored. The key was low, the vocal was pitchy. Paula agreed with Randy, it started out rough and was not a great performance. Simon said it was forgettable, sung like someone taking an locution lesson.

Melissa McGhee - When the lights go down by Faith Hill. Another low key start, this performance never grabbed me. Not the quality of the voicals, but the quality of the voice. Randy said it was OK, started rocky but she worked it out and by the end of the song laid it all out. Paula disagreed, saying it was a shining moment with a standout sexy, sultry voice and she made the song her own. Simon said he was in the middle; she was better than a lot of other girls tonight but the performance was a bit lifeless.

Lisa Tucker - I Am Changing by Jennifer Holiday. I think this song was a bit beyond this youngster. She has a powerful voice and a dynamic stage presence but it was too ambitious for her first performance. Unless that is how the song was supposed to sound. Randy said she chose a big, amitious song that started rough but she worked it out in the end. Paula said there is nothing dude-ish about her, she is a precious little gift who lights a fire in her heart and she has a gift, a star from start to finish. Simon said it is going her way, that she made girls 5-6 years older look ordinary.

Kinnik Sky - Get Here by Alita Adams. The first thing I noticed were the 9" long ear strings. She was OK until she hit the chorus and then it seemed a bit off. Then she came in for the landing and I realized there was just no soul behind the soul music. But she is definately pretty. Randy said it is hard to do a styalized song and not be compared to the original. The middle was rough but she brought it home. Paula said she looks stunning, had some sharp notes but a powerful performance. Simon said the problem was not with the sharp notes but with there have been some other stunning performances from young girls and it was too caberet a performance compared to their energy.

Katherine McPhee - Since I Fell For You by Bonnie Raitt. This was a good vocal performance that seemed just a little bit reserved. Strong vocals, a subtle performance that drew the audience in closer. Needs to not shake her head so much. Randy said we have another hot one, a natural talent in the competition but despite a couple of spots it was amazing. Paula said this was a great performance because she gave her all, she owned the stage, her personality. She will be going all the way. Simon said she was the best of the top four vocalists of the night.

What did you think? Who did you vote for? Which girl will be the next American Idol?

Fuskie

Who notes his comments preceeded all judges comments, so you can decide where he was right and when he was way off key...

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Well, since you asked------- I thought there were obviously 5 very strong performances tonight. In no particular order, Mandisa, Lisa Gordon, Katherine McPhee, Paris Bennett, and Kellie Pickler. Since they need 6 for the final 12, I have no idea where to find the sixth. Maybe Kinnick Sky or that absolutely beautiful creature who sang "Because the Night". Funny I can't remember her name, but her face is imprinted on my brain--- :lol::lol::lol:

Stevie Scott, the girl who sang the Josh Groban song, won't make it . However, unlike Simon, who said the song was "a complete and utter mess", I'm pretty confidant that it was done exactly the way the song should be done. Soft, understated, ethereal. I think Stevie got it pretty much the way she wanted it. Unfortunately, it was a terrible, terrible choice of songs. And I doubt if she's gonna get a whole lot of votes for it, and she probably shouldn't. And if the only judge that got it was Paula, I'm pretty sure the audience wasn't really impressed, either.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

I think Heather Cox was unfairly criticized last night. I thought she sounded great. I truly believe the judges do not experience the performances that we, as TV viewers, do. Another example is Paris Bennett. Yes, the girl can sing. But I thought her performance was clownish. Her eyes were bugging out and her dancing was a little too much. She would have impressed me more if she toned it down a bit.

My favorite was, by far, Katherine McPhee. Kelly Pickler disappointed me since I wanted her to do well.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

I think Heather Cox was unfairly criticized last night. I thought she sounded great. I truly believe the judges do not experience the performances that we, as TV viewers, do. Another example is Paris Bennett. Yes, the girl can sing. But I thought her performance was clownish. Her eyes were bugging out and her dancing was a little too much. She would have impressed me more if she toned it down a bit.

My favorite was, by far, Katherine McPhee. Kelly Pickler disappointed me since I wanted her to do well.

I think you're right about the judges not seeing the same stuff we do. In some ways, we see more. We get different angles, close-up head shots, etc. Paris is a good example . The studio audience loved it, the judges loved it----I loved it vocally----it's just that the performance was overstated.

Kellie was like a more hyper Carrie Underwood. She dutifully sang the compulsory Martina McBride song, very nice voice. But these people, I think, are trying so hard to impress us and stand out. Mandisi was able to get the song across perfectly---and she didn't have to over-present to do it. Maybe after they get more comfortable with the cameras and all they'll tone it down a little. Just a little. Not so much as to become Ayla, who seems to have LaToya disease. Fine voice, no presentation skills.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Awww man I thought that there were some strippers in here....Oh well.

But on the subject of the ladies on AI. There really wont be any surprises as to who the 5 ladies will be. If Brenna makes number 6 I will boycott the show...LOL she is terrible. And why did she have to shake her ass like that at the end of the show like she was working the pole or something? Goodness!!!!

I will catch up on the Boys today when it hopefully stops raining. But anywhooo....ta ta 4 now

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Awww man I thought that there were some strippers in here....Oh well.

But on the subject of the ladies on AI. There really wont be any surprises as to who the 5 ladies will be. If Brenna makes number 6 I will boycott the show...LOL she is terrible. And why did she have to shake her ass like that at the end of the show like she was working the pole or something? Goodness!!!!

I will catch up on the Boys today when it hopefully stops raining. But anywhooo....ta ta 4 now

"American Idol" contestant Becky O'Donohue just doubled her exposure.

The aspiring singer is featured alongside her twin sister, Jessie, in a series of sexy photos on the Maxim magazine Web site.

The 25-year-old twins pose in bikinis, unbuttoned baseball jerseys, and glistening with sweat in a sauna-like setting, wearing only towels.

The photos were taken two years ago for the magazine's online fantasy baseball game, said Jordan Burchette, executive editor of Maxim Online. The images "found new life" when O'Donohue became an "Idol" contestant, Burchette said.

http://www.cnn.com/2006/SHOWBIZ/TV/02/23/a...s.ap/index.html

Fuskie

Who figures Fox must be livid - not only does this give the sister unfair promotion over the other 11 girls, but they don't make any money off it...

Link to comment
Share on other sites

"American Idol" contestant Becky O'Donohue just doubled her exposure.

The aspiring singer is featured alongside her twin sister, Jessie, in a series of sexy photos on the Maxim magazine Web site.

The 25-year-old twins pose in bikinis, unbuttoned baseball jerseys, and glistening with sweat in a sauna-like setting, wearing only towels.

The photos were taken two years ago for the magazine's online fantasy baseball game, said Jordan Burchette, executive editor of Maxim Online. The images "found new life" when O'Donohue became an "Idol" contestant, Burchette said.

http://www.cnn.com/2006/SHOWBIZ/TV/02/23/a...s.ap/index.html

Fuskie

Who figures Fox must be livid - not only does this give the sister unfair promotion over the other 11 girls, but they don't make any money off it...

American Idol tossed a contestant (Frenchie) a few years back for posing in lingerie on a website. I don't know how Idol can defend their position of allowing Becky O'Donohue to continue since her photos are much more explicit. Yes, I know Frenchie was a large size woman and Becky is gorgeous. But can the producers actually use this as an explanation?

Link to comment
Share on other sites

American Idol tossed a contestant (Frenchie) a few years back for posing in lingerie on a website. I don't know how Idol can defend their position of allowing Becky O'Donohue to continue since her photos are much more explicit. Yes, I know Frenchie was a large size woman and Becky is gorgeous. But can the producers actually use this as an explanation?

I agree she should be tossed, especially since they did it to Frenchie, I cant quite recall but couldnt Frenchie actually sing? Becky was terrible, she should deffinitley get the boot, for some reason when I look at her I think porn star, I know its mean but its JMO :D

Link to comment
Share on other sites

I agree she should be tossed, especially since they did it to Frenchie, I cant quite recall but couldnt Frenchie actually sing? Becky was terrible, she should deffinitley get the boot, for some reason when I look at her I think porn star, I know its mean but its JMO :D

I do not know the circumstances about the past season, but in this case, the photos were taken 2 years ago and O'Donahue had no control over its current publication.

Fuskie

Who thinks it would be unfair to punish her for something over which she had no control...

Link to comment
Share on other sites

How convenient that Idol producers do not have to make this decision. . . .

Fuskie, how can you say she had no control? She's the one who did the posing!!! This is Season 5 of Idol. Becky had to have known that people have been let go for past indiscretions. The Frenchie incident was very public.

But I'm glad she's gone. She couldn't sing. . . no matter how pretty she is.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

What I meant was she had no control over the publication of the pictures. They were taken 2 years ago when she was not an AI contestant. That Maxim bought the photos and published them was not something she could stop.

Fuskie

Who hopes this clears up his point...

Link to comment
Share on other sites

It's Ladies Night, and Oh What A Night!

We start with 10 but by the end of Thursday's Results Show, not all will survive. Who will rise to the occasion? Who will sink into obscurity? Find out on...

American Idol!

Ryan starts by thanking the viewers for beating out Dancing With The Stars, Survivor, and Ladies Figure Skating Finals at the Olympics.

Now let's get to the performances.

Katherine PcPhee: All In Love Is Fair by Stevie Wonder - SA sublime start, a little pitchy at times, a risk for a song that relies so heavily on its vocals. Randy said it was not the best choice of song and was just OK. Paula says that she moves America, a gifted artist, but did not connect. Simon says it is more than just singing and you can't come on the stage and just be in your own world.

Kinnik Sky: Here For The Party by Gretchen Wilson - She comes out strong singing country, but the song does not really showcase her talents. Good stage presence, though. Randy liked the energy, but the song did not have enough melody to show her range as a vocalist. Just a party song. Paula says it is great to see you having fun, but you have to pick songs that show your talents, take risks. Simon said she attempted something to stand out, but it was a Magic Mountain Disney Land theme park performance.

Lisa Tucker: Who's Loving You by Jackson Five - A stylish performance, she seemed a bit out of sync with the background vocals. Good stage presence, strong vocals. It just seemed a bit off. Randy said it didn't show her off, would have been better acapella. Paula says when you got it, you git, and she is amazing at 16 years old, a star already. Simon agreed with both Randy and Paula that she needs to be smart and be more than a young girl singing grownup songs.

Melissa McGee: Why Haven't I Heard From You by Reba McIntyre - Great song, good performance, but the voice didn't work me. Randy said the song worked for her, the smoky voice returned. Paula said she is coming out of her shell, unique with her voice. Simon said he loves her voice but the wrong song, that she is not making a connection with the audience. She needs the wow factor.

We interrupt this broadcast as Paula decides to swap seats with Randy to get away from Simon, sending panicked producers scrambling.

Heather Cox: Hero by Mariah Carey - This performance grabbed me in its simplicity, her drop-dead looks (what earings!), and even though it was a less is more performance, it worked as a pure performance. All hands on deck, this ship ain't sinking. Paula said she improved from last week, but it is a risk being compared to the "great" Mariah Carey. Randy drops that he works with Mariah, and it is hard not to pale in comparison with her. Simon said Paula and Randy spoke sense, describing it as the song in a ghastly paegent before the finals. Don't do an original unless you can make it your own.

Brenna Gethers: Last Dance by Donna Summer - Coming into the middle of the song, she had to sing in a lower key and I don't think she ever found her groove. Good stage presence, but I was expecting much, much more. Paula didn't see the magic. Randy said she and Simon are a lot alike - they both think they are right. The attitude was not there, and it was pitchy. Simon called it her Last Chance, a murderous bar performance.

Paris Bennett: Wind Beneath My Wings by Bette Midler - A solid but unemotional performance, perhaps the key was a little too low, the vocals a little wobbly. Another case of picking a song that is too high up for this stage of the competition. Paula liked her fasion style, an amazing performer, but celebrate the fun and youth. Randy called her a young Lauren Hill, but you don't have to ever play it safe, sing something hot and young. Simon wants her to avoid turning the show into being 17 and sounding 50; it's boring.

Ayla Brown: I Want You To Need Me by Celine Dion - This was the performance I had been waiting for, a pure voice, heartfelt perfomance. If only it weren't just slightly off key. Paula said she wants it really bad, another week with a pleasant surprise building on last week. Randy was also surprised - good song choice nicely packaged. Simon said she was the kind of girl who always made As, someone who works hard and finds success through hard work. But becareful to not perfect the rawness, becareful of becoming mechanical.

Kellie Pickler: Something To Talk About by Bonnie Raitt - She may be from the south, but this country song lacked southern soul. A simple, safe song that made the dog pound rise, but did nothing for me. Paula asked if she could get any cuter. She picked a good song and made people dance. Randy finally found a hot one tonight. Right song, right outfit, organic, good time and doing her thing. Simon said you can not help but like her, but the song itself was rough, not great vocals, but she herself is cute and likeable and America will fall in love.

Mandisa Hundley: Cry by Faith Hill - Rock the house, sister, this performance had passion, stong vocals, and the wow factor. Paula said she is one of a kind, unbelievable vocal range, taking risks with songs and adding her own flavor. Randy thought the verse was a little rough due to the low key, but the transition was great. He wasn't thrilled with the song selection, wants to have everything thrown down, to hear it all every night. Simon thinks America will keep her around, but likes the way she looked last week. She hasn't nailed it yet, but when she does, there is no better femail in the competition.

What do you think? Do you argree with Paula? Randy? Simon? Fuskie? After you register your opinion with your vote, let me know what you think here.

Fuskie

Who notes that the judges became much more harmoneous after Paula and randy switched seats...

Link to comment
Share on other sites

I really have a feeling that Brenna and Heather go this week. Next week it gets tougher.

Performance of the week , imo, was Mandisa. I agree with Simon when he said it might be the best voice in the competition. When the judges do their critique, I get the feeling they're critiquing her on a higher standard than some of the others. I'd love to hear her get down with a song like "It's Raining Men" or "Freedom". Good Lord, the building would collapse.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

ALL of the girls are just so underwhelming and boring. AAAALLL of them. Well.. at least last night they were :P heh

They need to stop playing it safe and being too confident and just sing their hearts out every week.

Ayla- As Simon said.. she's too rehearsed and not "raw" and natural enough. Least for me. I mean yeah she was good.. but it didn't wow me any.

Brenna- Yeah her attitude diva thing is annoying, but girl just isn't a great singer either. She's not the worst I've heard.. but I'm wondering why she's even there.

Heather- Better than last week but still not impressed with her. I do think the judges were a bit too harsh on her but that's just something they're gonna have to get used to if they wanna make it in this industry.

Katharine- Still seems very fake to me and her performance last night totally sucked. Boring boring BORING.

Kellie- I can't stand her singing voice. SO whiney and SO nasally. Good grief it annoys me so much.

Kinnik- I applaud her for picking something upbeat and different but she was once again.. forgettable.

Lisa- Overhyped. I didn't think she was great at all last night. She needs to pick better more modern songs. Even if she's gonna sing ballad.. go with modern ballad and stop picking this old sounding crap.

Mandisa- Oversang the whole thing. She didn't sound bad.. but she was definetly overdoing it.

Melissa- The best last night imo. I do love her voice. Very smokey and husky and she knows how to use it well. I just hope she gets more fans though cause I'd like to see her in the top 12.

Paris- Also very overrated/overhyped. She also seems way overconfident. She did alright last night. I'm not a fan of hers though. She's like Lisa.... trying to pick these songs that are just too boring and old. Even the song she picked last week was too old and boring to me.. even though she bounced all over the place.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

I personally liked Melissa, the smokey voice and all.

I liked Mandisa's perfomance and I thought all in all, Katherine and Paris did well.

Kellie Pickler has gained some kind of hype with the producers...maybe it's just Simon, I don't know. Yes, she's got appeal, but she would've had more appeal if she didn't follow Carrie Underwood, and a rather poor imitation. The whole "calamari" thing was gonna make me hurl! I mean, she lives in a town 15,000 people, not 2,000! Granted, that's not a booming metropolis by any means. She makes it seem like she lives in a podunk, desolute town. If she doesn't step away from the Carrie Underwood comparison, she's going to pale by comparison. Why do we need someone else LIKE Carrie Underwood? We've already got a pretty country girl who is sweet & shy. Not that Kellie is. She's getting on my nerves!

I like Paris, too, but I'm a little aggravated that the judges seemed to be playing favorites with her from the beginning. It didn't take away from her performance, but I do think maturity will make her a great singer. I don't think she'll walk away without a contract even if she doesn't make it to the end.

Katherine I like, but she's gotta let some of the nerves go and show some personality.

Not to sound like Simon, but I thought almost all of them were just "average". All in all, I was disappointed and disheartened with the ladies last night.

On the positive side, I can't wait to see what Taylor Hicks does tonight!

Link to comment
Share on other sites

It's Ladies Night, and Oh What A Night!

We start with 8 but by the end of Thursday's Results Show, it will be only six. Who will rise to the occasion? Who will sink into obscurity? Find out on...

American Idol!

Paris Bennett - Conga by Gloria Estefan. This song requires a little ethnic flair which was missing from an otherwise average performance. Energetic, but there was one point where she was flat off. Randy was surprised she picked that song, but she can sing anything and should challenge herself. Paula prefers her doing uptempo but it is a difficult song to sing; her melodic choices captured her attention. Simon said she did the right thing with a younger song; her enthusiasm will get her through to next week but it was just OK.

Lisa Tucker - Where I Stand by Tiffany Taylor. Lisa stepped up her game with this performance, looking fab in her dress, singing a song unknown (at least to me). Randy liked the song, still a little too old for her. She needs to slay the runs. Paula sees a seasoned performer and your poise and perforamnce value is amazing. She wishes she had chosen a song that the audience could get into. Simon said the songs are not believable for her, but she will sale through and is super talented.

Melissa McGhee - What About Love by heart. The right song for this voice, Melissa was aced this performance. My only problem was the arrangement sucked at the end. Randy agreed with the song choice but it got away from her at the end. Paula thought she did her thing, coming out of her shell, a power house and a force to be reckoned with. Simon disagreed, saying she shouted the song and the last note will send her home.

Kinnik Sky - Some People by Nazz. It is so hard to make a song work when you start slow and low, and this song really never gets its feet under it, despite the jazzy ending. Randy thought it started out amazing, got sharp but she pulled it in in the end. Paula said she found her style tonight and looked amazing, but you were off pitch most of the song for the first time. Simon says she just messed it up, it went all over the place. To her credit, she admitted that she was sharp.

Katharine McPhee - Think by Aretha Franklin. She made us think, it was a terrifically sung song with little stage value. It is hard not to compare to The Blues Brothers, and this performance just lacked the passion we have come to associate with it. Randy thought she belonged in the Dog Pound. Paula loved her control and loved her having fun with it. Simon agreed with Randy, it was a risk but she pulled it off effortlessly.

Ayla Brown - Unwritten by Natasha Bedingfield. Tall, gangly, she took a song and made me forget she is awkward to look at on stage. Still, I think she could kick my arse. Randy likes that she gets her hoop on, but the song was only OK, not a great singer song that she can show her stuff off. There was no wow factor. Paula gives her credit for fighting the fight, working a contemporary song currently on the charts. The shoes make her 6'3". Simon thought it was pretty good, would love to see the youngster in her on stage. It was good, just not fantastic.

Mandisa - I'm Every Woman by Chaka Kahn. From the first beat, she owned the stage, the audience, the performance, and the night. With this performance you didn't think twice about how she filled out those jeans. Tonight, she was the American Idol. Randy said she rose to the occasion, this was the best vocal by a female this season and set the benchmark. Paula said she owned it, the arrangement was off the hook, and she sang chills off it. Simon said all the other girls will hate her guts because she made all the others look ordinary, a completely different league.

Kellie Pickler - I'm The Only One by Melissa Etheridge . Using her sex appeal, she demonstrated sing can't sing the low notes but can wail on the chorus. But following to Mandisa, it was just average. Randy said she has been consistent every week, a good song choice, and the dog pound loves her. Paula said she got her groove on, going down on her knees, she had the look that makes guys love her. Simon said she is a naughty little minx, a nice bad girl. He really likes her even if she is not the best singer and prefers her to Kelly Clarkson.

Who will make the Super Six? Who will go home? Whose fingers are raw from text messaging? Who will become the next American Idol?

Fuskie

Who thinks Mandissa won tonight's competition, and maybe the whole shebang...

Link to comment
Share on other sites

my take on night is the younger girls like paris, lisa needs help picking better songs. unlike kelli who i think stinks but she pick great songs for her bad voice.they failed again to run with the monentum from their outstanding week 1 performance. was it me but melissa sound drunk and husky. sky just pack your bags you did alicia keys wrong. katherine wonderful voice i thoght she was the best singer tonight. mandisa ms.overated along with kelli. mandisa is ok but not great i think simon kissing up to her because of the fat stage coment.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Guest blahsno1fan

Melissa McGhee rocked one of my favorite songs of all time. I havent finished watching the show. I had to tivo it along with the apprentice. I work late nights. I havent finished watching but she is my favorite so far. Lisa and Paris I wasnt that impressed with tonight.

I cant wait until the guys sing. I really did like Sway. Pimps need love too :D I should know. :huh:

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

Guest
This topic is now closed to further replies.



Lobby

Lobby

Please enter your display name

×
×
  • Create New...