American Idol’s raging queen diva should be recognized for his singing and dancing abilities, but it’s his bad reputation that’s making headlines.
Todrick Hall wrote and produced “Oz,” a musical he penned himself. He charged parents $50 for their kids to join the touring production. Only problem was, the show was canceled and no money was returned to the disappointed and misled parents.
Parents in Ohio, Indiana, Texas, Florida and Michigan reportedly forked over the money, only to be left empty-pocketed when the performances were abruptly canceled.
Unfortunately, although Todrick reportedly “had no involvement in the money side” of the production and opposed the fee, Todrick was told he had to charge a fee and now he’s the one left with a bad reputation. Corporate sponsors pulled out from financing the show and he’s been unable to give parents their refunds.
But that’s not good enough for plenty of parents, who have comments and queries as to why DVDs of the performances that did go on have not yet arrived after they paid $35 apiece for them.
Todrick performs with the 11 other male finalists this Wednesday. I guess we know who won’t be voting for him.