David Archuleta’s Stage Dad

12 Mar

ET is reporting that David’s father is a nasty “stage dad.”  Poor kid.  He seems so sweet.  I really feel bad for him.  I hope his dad leaves him alone so he can go back to being a brilliant performer and we won’t have to see a repeat of last night’s performance.

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    […] Related: Danny on Ellen David Archuleta’s Stage Dad […]

  2. American Idol: Songs from the Year You Were Born « God, Give Me Hills to Climb - Tuesday, March 25, 2008

    […] David Archuleta, “You’re the Voice”: Finally, he talked about something other than singing in the taped piece.  It’s funny though, I really thought the other David would be the one to talk about his dancing experience in the interview segment.  Guess not.  This was not my favorite David Archuleta performance.  The boy can sing, but sometimes it’s a little weird for me … like tonight.  Simon said, “I’d be amazed if you chose the song yourself because it’s not you.”  Could this possibly be a nod to David Archuleta’s overbearing stage dad? […]

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    […] this kid, and part of me wants him to win so that maybe he will be able to get out from under his domineering father. This is Little Archuleta’s best night since “Imagine.” He even managed to sing […]

  4. American Idol: The Final Three Perform « God, Give Me Hills to Climb - Wednesday, May 14, 2008

    […] I’ve really liked little Archuleta tonight. Maybe it has something to do with the fact that his dad wasn’t breathing down his neck. I just don’t see him as a contemporary artist. Plus, […]

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