David Archuleta Likes To Say Haha, Needs Videoblog Help

David Archuleta’s Official MySpace has his musings on the American Idol Tour, progress on his album, and his excitement that his version of Imagine was used on So You Think You Can Dance last night. Take it away, Archie!

Hey everyone. I tried to put up a video blog from last night while I was in the dressing room at the E center in Utah, but with my luck I can’t get it uploaded. I’m going to try and put it up later anyway because it was an exciting moment, but sorry everyone for not being able to get that up. The shows were great though! I was so happy to be home and see everyone there, and how much support the crowd gave to everyone.

I’m in LA for the time we have off right now and have had a couple of meetings involving the album, which were fun. Our next show is in St. Louis, and I’m pretty sure I’ve never been there so it should be fun to see the big arch there haha. Anyway I’ll try to get that blog up, even though it’s not fancy or anything haha, so you guys can at least see it soon.

Oh one more thing. On So You Think You Can Dance a couple named katie and will danced to my performance Imagine. I thought that was way cool! Haha. They did awesome. I feel… Like honored lol. Ok sorry i’m out of it right now so have a good night everyone.

Won’t SOMEONE please help little Dave learn how to videoblog so he can upload his exciting moments and spend less time writing?

One thought on “David Archuleta Likes To Say Haha, Needs Videoblog Help”

  1. Hey I enjoy David’s videos but his blogs are nearly just as good. The Haha are unique and make my appeciation of David even more complete. Don’t you in the press have more important things to do than to criticize each and every word combination that each celebrity might do. I think it would be so good to write a story about what a great model David Archuleta is making toward our young people with his wholesome image. Your stories about such might help to promote this healthy moral awareness to many. That would be of much benefit to this and future generations.

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