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In the realm of the music industry pop music reigns It seems as if every week another pop star is born and true music lovers observe these teenage sensations and ask what makes this guy or girl so much different from all the others This is a question no one can really answer because in the last decade or so there has been no difference Pop music does not change But this is where it gets interesting Its not even about the music anymore When listeners here pop music they can automatically associate the genre with good looking teenage kids who may be able to carry out a note or two This association sparks controversy And controversy creates problems Rarely do pop stars play instruments and most are not very good vocalists So what does it take What exactly does it take to become a pop star It no longer matters if you have a good voice or any musical talent at all for that matter In reality you need no talent If you have a bright smile and sex appeal you are a potential pop star Due to the medias superficial advertisement and lacking creativity of pop music it cannot truly be appreciated let alone held on a pedestal above musicians trying to fulfill their dreams playing their own music and doing it well American Idol Everybodys eyes light up when they hear those words Well allow me to share a personal account of the mayhem that this show became I went over to my girlfriends house where her and her girlfriends were watching American Idol Upon arrival I stood at the front door knocking for about fifteen minutes and finally went around to the side and jumped up banging on the window in order to break the trance this show had put on the group of girls They did not even notice me knocking at the door which was directly next to
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