Wednesday, August 4, 2010

His Highness Prevails

Once again, I'm not up to date on America's Got Talent, so it was all too late when I realized I missed my favourite fop's performance.  But luckily we live in an age where if you miss something on television, you can always catch it tomorrow.

Last night Prince Poppycock drew his inspiration from the Commedia Dell'Arte as he whisked in as a very grand Arlecchino. Brava brava!



10 comments:

Margravine Louisa said...

ya know..... I think the guy is just fabulous...absolutely fabulous. I don't know if he won or not, but I have seen so much drecht (is that a word?) on those shows- I think he really is a true entertainer.

Miss Honnete said...

I imagine him working in a big production on Broadway, or in Liza Minelli's next project.

He is an Actor, his characterizations are full of drama and he puts his whole heart in the stage. If he doesn't win, I think he will make it. That talent cannot be lost unnoticed, by somebody in the entertainment industry.

Heather Carroll said...

Fabulous knows fabulous!

I've thought the same thing: Prince Poppycock is here to stay. Just look at how much the fabulous Mrs O loves him. She can't get enough of him. If he tours within 300 miles of me, I am sooo there.

PvtSam75 said...

FABULOUS!!! I absolutely cannot get enough of Prince Poppycock. Thank you so much for keeping us updated!

Heather Carroll said...

He oozes fabulous doesn't he? Hopefully we will have many more updates to come!

The Duchess said...

I think he is great. I love him. He is so amazing. He is the only one on that show with any talent. I hope American can realize that.
I really want to see what outfit he wears next! He should be on broadway! I loved his figaro!

Hester said...

Nice heels...

Patricia said...

I love him! And as a voice teacher, he has even more voice in there to develop. I can't wait to see him on the opera stage. Just think, he is just beginning. I want more Prince Poppycock!

Aileen said...

Prince Poppycock is a delight!

Margravine, is this the word you were thinking of? http://east.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/drek

Lauren said...

He is fabulous and very talented!