Arch Junior: Readers respond
What readers had to say about the 3 year old winner.
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In response to Is Arch Junior too young for fame

"He doesn't even know what's going on around him" -Nick

I don’t believe he created anything. I don’t think he has talent and I have a feeling he doesn’t even know what is going on around him.

He could not even articulate any thoughts after his win. He should not have even reached the finals…the judges made a big mistake and I bet they know it.

It is also a slap in the face to all the other finalists who have immense talent. In fact it makes a joke of SA’s Got Talent and is yet another humiliation for South Africa.

I hope the organisers use a little more grey matter when selecting the judges for the next show. But I will not be watching it regardless. For me it will be a massive waste of time.

As for Arch Junior, one day he will wake up to the realisation of what a massive embarrassment this was, and he is going to be under enormous pressure.

In the meantime, where is he going to perform his “talent”? At night clubs or late night concerts…or at kiddies birthday parties? What a joke!!

"Parents will look at him as a cash cow" -Sydney

It is not good at all. You need to let the child experience all stages of development but parachuting him into fame will stimmy his orgasmic development.

My worry is that the parents might also start looking at him as a cash cow and deprive him of opportunities to play and experiment as a 3 year old and introduce him to a typical adult world.

I hope he does not get put into a studio to practice for giggs because someone has just discovered that there can be a 3 year old cash cow.

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