The remaining seven girls display their ability to rock an audience as they perform at a USO show for military veterans.

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The remaining seven girls display their ability to rock an audience as they perform at a USO show for military veterans.

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Daisy's Non-Sister-in-Law and the Final Three
7 April 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Wow, Daisy's ex-boyfriend's sister looks like Merle Streep. It's amazing, she could totally play her in a movie. Her skin is flawless and she looks wonderful on the camera, natural. Anyone else see this?

Who are you rooting for? I think Ambre is the most sensible pick, but Daisy (whom I always thought was a bit phony) is his mate. Not because of the sexual chemistry, but because it just feels right. All they need is to see each other in twenty years without sex. Yep, I said it. If they cannot picture themselves together even without sex, it's a "no-go."

As long as Heather is not there to see that this father of two continues to be a partying rock star, he has a shot. Not to say he isn't safe - when he drinks, for instance, he has a driver. But... he's a serious diabetic. He needs someone who does not live that lifestyle so that when he's ready to pull back, there's nothing pushing him forward.

A few years ago, I saw Poison in concert (with Cinderella, Dokken, and um, some other band I totally forgot who, LOL) in Indiana. They were the group I wanted to see least of all. Dokken, the band I thought I'd go ga-ga over, sucked big time. I didn't drink all night, but when they came one, I bought a beer so I could not notice how bad they really were (thank God they were last).

Poison was not only the kick-a$$ group of the night, but I was shocked I knew so much more than I thought I would. They give an incredible performance. They all rock.


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