As regularreaders of Reality Rocks well know,my bar for bad TV is set soooo low, it'spractically subterranean. I'll happilyspend a lazy Sunday watching a day-long marathon of For The Love Of Ray J or GoneCountry 3, not caring even as I feel my brain-stem cells die off one by one as the daygoes on. But there was one reality show at which I always drew the line of goodtaste. And that show was Rock Star: INXS.
Yes, Iwas postively addicted to Rock Star: Supernova and I stilldesperately hope that a season of RockStar: Velvet Revolver or Rock Star: TheDarkness is in pre-production now. But back in 2005, I honestly found the idea of replacing aDEAD lead singer--in particular a dead lead singer who died at age 36 underdubious and perhaps downright depraved circumstances (we shall never know for sure what went on in Michael Hutchence's hotel room the night he died)--via an Idol-styletalent show truly disgusting. And besides, INXS'siconic Michael Hutchence was not an easy man to replace.
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