Potential Sharon Osbourne replacements on America’s Got Talent

By: Jacob Elyachar As the Olate Dogs celebrate their big win from last night, it is time for Simon Cowell and the America’s Got Talent production team to begin their work on finding Sharon Osbourne’s replacement. When Sharon confirmed on Twitter that she was leaving the show, I had already picked out six potential candidates […]

Jacob Interviews…Author Chila Woychik

By: Jacob Elyachar Have you ever wanted to know about the insights of the world of independent publishing?   Author Chila Woychik might have the answers that you are looking for. Woychik has published and edited multiple articles that appeared in countless of magazines since 1995.   In addition to her accomplishments, Woychik is the owner and […]

Where Are They Now?-The Voice Season Two Contestants

  By: Jacob Elyachar In five days, a new batch of aspiring superstars will audition to have the chance to be mentored by four of the hottest names in music: Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Cee Lo Green and Christina Aguilera.    To celebrate the premiere of the show’s third season premiere, jacobelyacharjournalist.com tracks down several standouts […]

Jacob’s Eye On…The X Factor USA: Season Two

By: Jacob Elyachar In eight days, the second season of the U.S. Edition of The X Factor kicks off! While the show’s hosts have been not been announced, superstars Britney Spears and Demi Lovato will be joining show creator and Executive Producer Simon Cowell and Epic Records Chairman L.A. Reid on the show’s judging panels. […]

A Tribute to Michael Clarke Duncan (1957-2012)

By: Jacob Elyachar Hollywood is mourning of another shocking celebrity death after the Associated Press broke a story about the death of actor Michael Clarke Duncan. A statement released by Clarke’s fiancé and reality T.V. star Omarosa Manigault stated the 6-foot-5 actor passed away at a Los Angeles hospital earlier today. Before the Chicago native […]

Jacob at 24: A Reflection

By: Jacob Elyachar Another year of my life has flown by and I am very blessed of the opportunities I had while I was 23-years-old. As I prepped for writing this article, I looked back into all the opportunities that I had while I was 23 and I made a small greatest hits list for […]

Jacob’s Eye On….The KC Improv Festival 2012

By: Jacob Elyachar Haven’t laughed in a while? The Kansas City Improv Festival can easily fix that problem with a remedy that contains watching five nights filled of high-octane laughs. Before the Kansas City Improv Festival became the giant festival that it is, it originally started out in the mid-1990s where Improv comedy was becoming […]

Why Randy Jackson as a mentor can keep American Idol going

By: Jacob Elyachar Multiple media outlets including TMZ, FOX News and the Huffington Post have reported that original judge Randy Jackson will be exiting the Judges’ Desk and transitioning over to being a mentor on the show. I have had previously speculated that American Idol would do this in an earlier blog post: http://jakes-take.com/2012/08/25/american-idol-season-12-update-jacobs-solutions-to-save-the-show/ In […]

Jacob’s Eye On…The New 52: One Year Later

By: Jacob Elyachar One year ago, the DC Universe was forever changed as the DC Comics Universe, the Wildstorm Universe and the Vertigo Universe all merged to one single universe. This was one of the most shocking and talked about reboots in comic book history. DC’s The New 52 saw major characters including Wally West, […]

Close, De Leon among the first group of semifinalists to perform on AGT

By: Jacob Elyachar The quarterfinals are done and now 24 acts will be battling out in the next two weeks for a spot in the show’s finals. This year’s acts are some of the best performers that have ever appeared on the show and have raised the standard of excellence on how to perform on […]

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