Yeah, to each his own. You might have missed her LP, the new kid's Carmen is not exactly bubbly. I don't think you recognize the difficult transitions that Osmond packs in her programs either.I'm done debating here.You are the one who keeps insisting that Osmond "lives her choreography". I don't see that at all. I think Yuna and Mao lived their choreography when they were 16-17, while Osmond is just being young and happy but somewhat juniorish. I'd love to have Osmond prove me wrong by doing programs that are vastly different in tone and mood than this season's, to show that she's capable of a wider range than just a bubbly new kid.
Until what happens? Their skating has already happened. What do we need to wait for?Until that happens, it's premature to call Osmond vastly superior to Yuna and Mao artistically.
BTW, did you re-read my post? I don't think you would've needed to say many of the things if you had.