Archuleta, who was the runner-up on the show in 2007 when David Cook was crowned the season 6 winner, told Us that he hopes the new judges and producers will focus on talent more so than those cringeworthy auditions.“I know I'm sappy, but I think it would be nice to put more emphasis on the good talent …it's not just we're going to make fun of you, that always hurts me to watch,” the “Up All Night" singer, 26, shared.The opportunity to have the best experience that every trainee wished to have became unreachable for them.The training ground that was expected to prepare them for the future became a burden for their development.I have to wake up early in the morning, prepare myself for the long day ahead, and give out the best upon my working hours.I will be working here for 300 hours; it may take a month and a half, and I’m just on my day.
Far from being a student, my daily routine has been changed into something unusual for me.
SO STOP HATING ON CHARICE AND STOP THINKING THAT THEY'RE TOGETHER 'COZ THEY'RE NOT. i think they have the perfect harmony to have a duet.
i hope they can be friends forever and they'll be in Glee together.
David Archuleta sings a little song with Charice as they light up The Grove's Christmas Tree in Los Angeles on Sunday evening (November 21).
The duo were joined by Corbin Bleu and Jesse Mc Cartney at the event.
It’s accomplishing every task with all our hearts and having the initiative to strive harder to learn and seek for more. It’s the set of training, learning and the most important ingredients of all, the experience.