A few months ago I blogged about my thoughts on the Grammys. Not impressed.
Last night we were exposed to the American Music Awards. I didn't watch it - forgot it was on AND I was doing some Christmas shopping with a friend. Either way, I wouldn't have watched it. But I've certainly heard a lot about it. Enough to pique my curiosity and check out what all of the hoopla was all about.
I wasn't a huge fan of his while he was on American Idol. I found him to be too screechy and campy. Just not my style. His performance last night only solidified my stand.
I checked it out on YouTube - which has since removed it from their site. Oh my word!!! Seriously, did he need to grind his crotch in the face of another male? And all of those semi-naked people - men and women. Oh, guy on a leash too! Who can forget that kiss.. grabbed his straight keyboard player and kissed him.
You can do what you want in your life. Honestly, I do not care. What I DO care about is what you are going to show on network television. My children watch those channels are there are certain things that I do NOT want them to be exposed to. Adam's performance was one of them.
Now he's all upset that the network 'edited' his performance for the West Coast viewing audience & is calling it censorship.
So, is it? Do you think it's censorship? I would really like feedback on this.
Personally - I do not think it is censorship. We need to draw the line as to what is shown on TV, especially during family viewing hours.