Canadian Idol: A Peek behind the Scenes
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In this article, the writer describes a personal desire since childhood to appear on television. The writer shares with the reader a wish to be Ed Sullivan and to be involved in show business. The writer discusses that this wish did not materialize but that the writer did find the way into a writing position for Entertainment Tonight magazine.
From the Paper:"I had always wanted to be on television; it has been an absorbing preoccupation of mine since childhood. Even more than that, I always wanted to be Ed Sullivan. There was something about Sullivan - his un-intentioned bouts of hilarity, his good humour, his consummate professionalism - which made him seem the sort of person you would want to be if a career in show business was your calling. Sad to say, I never became Ed Sullivan (for that matter, I never met the man) and I never found success in show business. However, I did find my way into a writing position for Entertainment Tonight magazine and it was in this role that I recently came into contact with the biggest star I have yet met in person: Ben Mulroney (a dumbed-down, Canadian version of Ed Sullivan, I suppose). All kidding aside, I knew my loyal readers had many questions they wished to ask Mr. Mulroney and I was determined to get some answers out of a young man now arguably more famous - and certainly more popular - than his father, the former Prime Minister of the Queen's Dominion. With that in mind, my Friday afternoon with Ben - well, actually with his staff far more than with him - was a Friday afternoon I will not soon forget."
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