Scilon singer Stacy Francis moves to next round on X-Factor

Discussion in 'News and Current Events' started by Smurf, Sep 21, 2011.

  1. Anonymous Member

    the better version:
  2. The Wrong Guy Member

    The much better version:

  3. The Wrong Guy Member

  4. Anonymous Member

    She's an entirely useless twat.
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  6. RightOn Member

    they both have giant heads lol
    so her forehead is a giant zit after all?
    shoop please?
  7. The Wrong Guy Member

    And for a little more comedy, we’ll give you this glimpse of Scientology’s next generation of victims! At this sizable turnout in Clearwater, Florida, watch Scientologist and X Factor contestant Stacy Francis hand over her microphone to the son of Doug E. Fresh for some vocal stylings on that Pharrell Williams song that’s impossible to escape. Hey, kids, have you heard about the Sea Org?
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  8. tippytoe Member

    Ugh, this bitch again:


    EXCLUSIVE: Whitney Houston's family outraged that the woman who brawled with tragic star just hours before her death has been tapped to join cast of R&B Divas reality show

    "Francis, 45, who has never released her own CD and is still an aspiring solo artist, has joined the Los Angeles cast of this top-rated franchise, much to the chagrin of the Houston family"

    45!?! Ha Ha -time to give up the dream.
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  9. RightOn Member

    Ah! Spacey Cancerous!
    The bitch is back.
    So since these reality shows thrive on controversy, perhaps they need to be reminded that she is a Scientologist and if one of the other divas brings this up on the show, it would be some awesome reality show fodder? Would make for some excellent cat fights.
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  10. White Tara Global Moderator

    What utter ghoulish ambulance chasers they are. This in in direct relation to the overdose/near death of ex LA Lakers basketballer Lamar Odom an associate of the Kartrashians. Presumably they wish to espouse the merits of Narconon to assist this young man in his fight against addiction.
  11. RightOn Member

    I thought Lamar was in the hospital from taking herbal viagra?
  12. I don't understand what you are getting at. I'm not being critical at all. I honestly don't understand.
  13. Anonymous Member

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  14. RightOn Member

    huh? I was answering Tara
  15. White Tara Global Moderator

    Lamar Odom recently overdosed using herbal viagra, booze, coke and whatever else he was taking during his binge. He has been publicly known in recent years to have substance abuse problems that have played havoc with his prestigious basketball career.

    Hes still tied up in the Kardashians world through marriage I believe. Ergo, perfect inroad, perfect target, for scientology to get a celebrity inroad to push Narconon.
  16. RightOn Member

    oh I didn't know all that other shit was mixed in. I read only herbal viagra on the net when the story first broke and have ignored all other new coverage, because I really could care less about him.
    off topic: I despise the Kardashians. They are famous for being famous and they make my skin crawl.
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  17. White Tara Global Moderator

    Couldnt agree more, I however am a closet basketball diehard, shhh dont tell anyone :)
  18. the anti Member

    don't tell anyone what?
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  19. Anonymous Member

    Lamar Odom.jpg
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  20. RightOn Member

    ^^LOL!!! indeed!
    Why is Lamar's coma from taking al that crap and Kloe being by his side even relevant or news?
    I guess the news about Lamar got out from the "cat house" owner and they tried to put an "ahhhh poor baby" factor to it?
    Who gives a shit about any of them?
  21. White Tara Global Moderator

    Yes RightOn they dont matter in the least, but its the inroad it creates to access more whales that Scientology could seek to take advantage of. Much as I hate to acknowledge it, those people have a ridiculous amount of undue influence on young impressionable people. Celebrity shills for Scientology are even more unpalatable than celebrities in general IMO.
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  22. RightOn Member

    yeah I know
    That is one set of people I would not feel sorry for if they joined the COS, after all that is out there now about the cult.
    Seeing Kim Kardashian and Kanye (ick) in the Supa Powa building would make my day actually. LOL
    Yeah I know they influence young dumb people, but neither of them would last in the COS very long. IMO
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  23. The Wrong Guy Member

    On January 29, Stacy Francis posted this on her Facebook page:

    Disco music!! Let's dance! Tomorrow night!!

    On the morning of January 31, she posted this on her Facebook page:

    My face!!! Lol!!!! Wow it says it all!! I was in musical bliss! I have also finally found that place of complete surrender when I perform. I don't question myself. I don't question whether I'm being liked or admired or what is the highest note I can hit to impress the crowd. I seek to be completely used by God to serve the purpose of making others happy through my music. And all of the rest follows. Admiration just flows both ways. The audience to me and my love back to them.

    The concert last night was a great success. I would like to say a special thanks to everyone who came out to support us.

    There's no mention of where she was.

    Here's what she neglected to mention:


    ...there was a disco party at the Fort Harrison Hotel Saturday night.
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  24. Video courtesy of Anonycat on ESMB:

    * * * * * BEGIN EXCERPT * * * * *

    Not that exciting. It was a small conference room, the size of a hotel ballroom, which maxed-out at around 300 people before it was over, starting out with what looked like ~100-150.

    She's at the end, starting at 3:15:30 with ensemble and gets cut off at the end. Really bad audio mix, so prepare for the aural assault!

    * * * * * END EXCERPT * * * * *
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  25. The Wrong Guy Member

    Today she posted this on Facebook. Quote:


    This man is responsible for helping to change the lives of millions of people. He is the Chairman of The Board of the Church of Scientology. And I had the great fortune of talking to him on last Sunday. The Church and its members are incredible. We help millions of people around the world with various social betterment programs and a technology that will blow you away.

    You can apply Scientology to your life no matter what religion that you are.

    Now you are probably so confused if you have had the misfortune of reading the Internet or listening to others and not going into the Church for yourself. You are wondering how I am believer of Jesus Christ and I know about Scientology.

    Well simply.. I worship Jesus Christ as the Lord of my life. And my IQ is higher because I have studied about basic tools in my life to help me communicate better, study better, manage my finances, be more ethical and have integrity, keep my word once given. All of these are courses you can study to apply what my Christian church mandates for me to do. I get the tools at the Church of Scientology. When my friends are on drugs or need help there is a detox program better than anything on the planet that gets that drug out of their system. We can pray all day but at the end of the day we have to also take responsibility and do a physical action to help God help us!!

    I love this man. And I have met the most amazing people in my life in this Church.

    I am a praise and worship leader and a minister of music in my own right. And I am a scientologist. For the past year especially I have taken my relationship with God to a whole other level. And I am grateful for the change within myself. Change is possible. No matter your age. No matter your sin.

    If you need help
    Inbox me
    Also there are free courses here, if you are curious enough: [cult link]

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  26. Quentinanon Member

    Oh gawd! Where do I barf?
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  27. Malory Member

    Uh Stacey, a Christian would have a passing acquaintance with the first commandment.
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  28. RightOn Member

    Oh Spacey Cancerous!
    Thou shall Not Shill!

    Freakin' hag.
  29. Malory Member

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  30. RightOn Member

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  31. RightOn Member

    ^ from that article:
    Viewers were not happy about Celebrity Big Brother's new "cruel", "nasty", "bullying" twist

    The stunt was labelled an "absolute disgrace and uncomfortable viewing" as US X Factor star Stacy Francis was "edited out" of proceedings on her first night in the house

    By Paul Jones
    Wednesday 4 January 2017 at 8:33AM
    Whatever ups and downs they face during those three weeks in the Celebrity Big Brother house, housemates who make it in at least expect to enjoy the excitement of their first night there, getting to know their fellow celebs, exchanging gossip and so on.

    But this year, after only an hour or so in the house during Tuesday night's live launch, one unlucky star was "edited out" of proceedings thanks to a harsh new twist.
    As one by one they arrived to be ushered into the house by host Emma Willis, the housemates were directed into one of two rooms – one for 'All-Star' housemates who'd been on the show before, another for 'New Stars', who hadn't.
    The All-Stars – James Jordan, Nicola McLean, Jasmine Waltz, Coleen Nolan, Austin Armacost, Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt – were made the show's new producers and told to keep a close eye on the New Stars via video screens in the 'production office'. Then, when everyone was in, the All-Stars were given 20 seconds to agree on the New Star they thought would be the least entertaining and should therefore be "edited out" of the show.
    Someone had to lose out and, thanks to a faction led by former Strictly pro dancer James Jordan, it was US X Factor star Stacy Francis, who looked almost in tears as she asked "Why me?"
    Big Brother then ordered Stacy to put on a beige jumpsuit labelled – you guessed it – "edited out" over her sparkly dress and go outside into the garden, where she was made to sit alone with no communication with her fellow housemates.
    Needless to say, she wasn't happy about it – and neither were viewers, who labelled it "cruel", "nasty", "bullying" and an "absolute disgrace"...."

    Comments are open.
    Someone needs to say:
    "Now you have a very TINY inkling of what Scientology's disconnection policy feels like. Keep in mind you are only disconnecting from total strangers, not family and friends. Stop supporting Scientology and their abusive policies.
    P.S. Your tears are delicious.
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  32. The Internet Member

    Seems like a publicity stunt meant to promote the name "Stacy Francis" with a bucket of sympathy.
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  33. DeathHamster Member

    The unperson June 25, 2006, Robert Farley, St. Petersburg Times
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  34. Quentinanon Member

    The cult has a double standard for disconnection: It's "on-source" to use it against those who do not agree with scientology, but a "suppressive act" to use it against a scientologist.
  35. RightOn Member

    DM in the same hoodie? only in orange?
    Can I has?

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