`Blonde’ reality getting puke-y

Jul 01

So now viewers aren’t the only ones hurling during MTV’s “Legally Blonde the Musical: The Search for Elle Woods.” We’re down to six girls at the start of this week’s episode, and by the end of the dance audition, one of them is seen on her knees in a bathroom stall heaving up her guts. Classy. The girl with the upset tummy was...

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`Blonde’ boredom begins

Jun 24

The girls meet the dogs on MTV’s “Legally Blonde the Musical: The Search for Elle Woods.” Photo courtesy of MTV. It’s Week 4 on MTV’s “Legally Blonde the Musical: The Search for Elle Woods,” and we started with eight girls and ended with six. By the end of this recap I’ll tell you who got dumped, so consider this a spoiler...

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Annoying `Blonde’ ambition

Jun 18

MTV Music Videos MTV Shows Entertainment News Oh, the sweet, sweet torture of this ridiculous “Blonde” experiment. Yes, it’s Week 3 of “Legally Blonde the Musical: The Search for Elle Woods,” and I’m actually starting to care – not about who wins so much as who gets kicked off the show. There are so many girls I want...

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`Blonde’ begat blonde moments

Jun 10

“Legally Blonde: The Search for Elle Woods,” Episode 2 (photo courtesy of MTV) Here’s the problem with the second episode of this Broadway-bedazzled reality show: NO SETH RUDETSKY. Our girls, all vying to replace Laura Bell Bundy in Broadway’s Legally Blonde the Musical, concentrated on their thespianic skills this week, so they were under...

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The horror of `Blonde’ reality TV

Jun 04

MTV Music Videos MTV Shows Entertainment News Thanks to my trusty DVR, I did not have to watch “Legally Blonde the Musical: The Search for Elle Woods” when it aired on MTV on Monday. I can tell this one is going to be painful — but maybe in a “feel sleazy and need to take a shower after” way. You’ve got a bunch of hopeful...

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One singular sensation one more time

Apr 18

Bay Area audiences were the first to see the most recent revival of A Chorus Line before it headed to New York (where it’s still running at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre). Now, as the Broadway production moves beyond its 500th performance (celebrated last January), it’s time for the Line to hit the road. The national tour will return to the Curran...

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