As I mentioned in this morning’s post, for those of you following my pursuit of “Performer of the Year” in the the A Star is Born competition at The Public Blogger, this week’s round is a doubleheader in which I had the privilege of teaming up with my lovely wife.
For me, nothing as as good as when I can share it with her. Things are always better that way. And I’ll just leave it at that.
So, as much fun as it has been participating in this competition, having the chance to share the experience with her this week has been the best so far. The challenge for this round, which will determine the Final Two as we head into the last round next week, is called “Imitation of Life.” The objective being to demonstrate through words and a video, whether your art is an imitation of your life or a representation of it. For the first part of today’s challenge, my wife’s task was to offer an inside look to reveal “the truth” about who I am.
And without using any of that footage of me in a red thong.
Since her round of voting is officially over with a third-place finish, I’ve included the link below.
After seeing it myself for the first time today, I have to say I couldn’t be more proud and appreciative to be her husband.
Now it’s my turn to swing the lightsaber in the second half of our performance, along with fellow nominees Rebecca Lemke and Oscar Alejandro Plascencia. Voting will continue until 10 a.m. tomorrow (Dec. 21). You can view our performances by clicking the image below, which will take you right to “A Star is Born: Round 8.” At the bottom of the page to the left, you’ll find the voting booth. Just pick your favorite and push the “VOTE” button.
Even if it’s not for me.
However, I will feel a disturbance in The Force.
In all seriousness, you have helped keep me at No. 1 for six out of the last seven weeks. I can’t thank you enough for that, and for your continued support and encouragement during this journey. When it’s all over, whether it be after voting closes tomorrow morning or in the finals round next week, I have a lot of thanking to do.
And thanks for that as well…