Okay I saved this one until later on because some people might not like this at all. Whilst the majority of entrants on here have been awesome and I have made some cool friends, there have been a few discrepancies with people's entries. I feel they should be aired. I'm not here to cause trouble, nor will I be looking to should I win but I'm just looking to seprate myself from the pack. Out of respect I will not mention anyone's name or clues to.
Firstly. Yes, I can see you have a huge pair of mammaries in front of yourself. Unless they capture audio or ask people questions, get them out of my face and stop shamelessly using them to further yourself in, not just this competition, but in your everyday life. I don't mean to say women who do happen to have a big rack shouldn't win but please, do the world a favour and don't use them to your advantage. An honourable mention goes to the lady who uploaded a youtube video of herself talking about her plans for MWT but had the camera zoomed in completely on her breasts. It sickens me that women worldwide get treated like objects and that you would see this as a good thing and try to use it to your advantage.
Secondly. People. Please. Stop posting your videos on my profile. Yes I have watched a LOT of them and most of them have been outstanding...but I want to win this competition as well so I don't appreciate my comments section being littered with your video entries. Spamming people shows persistence but it berates people to no end. I'd rather learn about your passion to win this competition via your blogs, not my profile. Yes I have sent quite a few comments asking people to leave some stuff on my blogs BUT I always personalised the message AND offered them the exact same in return thus helping their entry out. An eye for an eye I say.
Thirdly. Just because you have experience and have talked to big names in the music industry doesn't mean you should win over others who haven't had any. I haven't done too much in the business as such but I would still kill to get the experience offered in this prize. Wouldn't it help me more than you because you've already established yourself within the industry? Again, I'm not saying people who do have the experience shouldn't win, nor should they not use it as a reason they should win to be honest...but there is a fair amount of snottiness concerning this quality and it should be stamped out. The music industry should be about friendly networking as opposed to needlessly looking down on people.
Having said all that, good luck to everyone! It has been a blast.