Sunday, August 12, 2007

Last day to vote for your favorite InTurn

Today is the last day of voting for InTurn, the reality show where the winner, chosen by fans, will receive a 13 week contract on As The World Turns.

While waiting for the results, the contestants are exhanging a war of words on their blogs.

Dyon Donley comments on Ryan's episode:
Okay so, I had to wait a couple of days to write about this episode. I felt like I was in the middle of a political campaign and the "subtle" mudslinging was beginning. I was a little heated about what I saw and I didn't want to get on here spewing negativity toward Ryan as he did in his blog and final interview ("If you hire Dyon, you get Dyon" or "Who's face do you want to see, Dyon's?? {as he makes a face} or mine? The choice is yours"), but hey it's a competition right?

Right, BUT I'm not going to do that. So, here's my OBJECTIVE take: He seemed a little stiff and uncomfortable but he had to act opposite Maura West, she is an icon on the show and not to mention fresh off an Emmy there was probably the intimidation factor there, but he did what he could do. However, he was thrown a bone and given an advantage by working with Lauretta, our fellow InTurn. Do I think he used that to his full advantage, no. But we were all under a lot of pressure and nervous, considering this was our last chance to impress the viewers.

And Ryan Serhant has a few things to say about Dyon and Jessamyn:
Dyon did well with what she was given. Right after I watched the episode I thought, "Why did they write that character for her? Just to see if she could pull it off?" Does Goutman think Oakdale is short on black biker girls? I mean, it is obviously. But is there a need for that character? Very strange... And how come Jessamyn and Dyon had to change their voices for their episodes?

[On Jessamyn's character] Personally I don't see anything exciting with her. I don't want to be mean, but hey, she sold me out to Goutman during dinner!!!

I don't see anything on Ryan's blog that would warrant such comments from Dyon. Not nice, Ms. Donley.

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