Tuesday, November 14, 2006

What The Judges Said

That's right, they're ba-a-a-ck!!

Yesterday, the American Title III contest judges, Flavia Knightsbridge, Hilary Ross and Leslie Kazanjian, revealed their impressions of our descriptions of our Hero and Heroine.

What did we learn about our judges this time around? Well, Flavia brought new meaning to the word "snarky" and made it clear why she's playing the Simon Cowell role. She's the judge we love to hate! Everybody truly loves Leslie in her role as the kindhearted Paula Abdul, while Hilary's comments are generally down-to-earth and practical and occasionally tough, much like Randy Jackson's on American Idol.

Here's what they had to say about The Kama Sutra Chronicles' Gracie Sinclair and Cole Winslow.

Flavia Knightsbridge -- Are we still casting librarians in the prim and repressed light? And another secret agent man ... snore.

Hilary Ross -- The hero and the heroine sound like they are good foils for one another.

Leslie Kazanjian -- The straightlaced librarian and the cynical secret agent sound like a classic case of opposites attracting, but after reading the Kama Sutra, Gracie might bring a whole new meaning to "raising Cane"! These two will likely make an adorable, appealing pair.

Once again, one word bounced right out and smacked me in the head. You guessed it. "Snore." Ah well, that’s the name of the game, right? And really, despite the snoring, their comments were much nicer than I expected and way nicer than the comments some of the others received.

To check out my character descriptions as well as all the finalist entries, and to read more snark, race right over to http://www.romantictimes.com/news_amtitle3.php