Friday, October 19, 2007

80s Pop Star Hopes To Be Fourth Judge On ‘American Idol’

LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Move over Paula Abdul, because another 80s pop princess is vying for a spot on the American Idol judges panel.

Singer Gioia Bruno – member of the 1980s pop trio Expose, best known for their hit songs “Seasons Change,” and “Point Of No Return” – is making a musical comeback with her new solo single, “Your Love Is Lifting Me (Higher and Higher),” which she hopes will get her back on the music map and secure her a spot as a new judge on the upcoming season of American Idol.

Says Bruno: “I’ve always wanted to get involved with American Idol and I’d be a great asset to the judges panel. I know the business inside and out, and I’m not afraid to tell aspiring musicians how it is. Plus, I’m hysterical!”

Bruno, who suffered a longterm throat injury a few years back and feared she’d never sing again, says her story is a good way for Idol wannabes to realize that giving up your music dream is never an option.

And while Idol refs Simon Cowell, Paula Abdul, and Randy Jackson are the mean, nice, and cool judges, Bruno believes she could bring a new personality trait to the table.

She adds, “I’m the gay guy judge! I’m sassy, I tell it like it is, and it comes out all wacked out.”

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