Have you ever wondered why TNA stars are never on David Letterman, Jay Leno, Conan O’Brien or even Craig Ferguson? It is because they are too busy with gigs that are reaching a much larger and important audience.
The Dove Awards are the only gospel awards show where white people are awarded trophies and black people hand then the awards. They are like a civil rights time machine so to speak. Oh wait a minute, there is a Rap/Hip Hop award presented, so that makes up for everything else.
So you may wonder what the point of this is; well, making fun of this backwards shit is always fun. Also, AJ Styles will be a presenter during the telecast tonight on the gmc. Upon further investigation gmc, yes lower case to seem really hip, is, well, let them tell you:
America’s favorite channel for uplifting music and entertainment, featuring music and inspiring stories the whole family will enjoy. gmc is the only TV network with every program certified as family safe by the Parents Television Council. gmc is found on DIRECTV channel 338 and DISH Network channel 188 nationally, and many local cable systems.
So there you go. Now, don’t forget to tune in tonight to see AJ Styles present an award to someone you have never heard of outside of the Now That’s What I Call Faith infomercials. -Jeremy
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