Friday, November 20, 2009

New Big Bang

K pop group, Big Bang, has released a new Japanese single, Koe Wo Kikasete. It's amazing in any language.

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Kelly Covers Miley

Kelly Clarkson and her backup singers do a striped down version of Miley Cyrus’ song, The Climb. Miley should take notes.

Saturday, September 5, 2009

Wonder Girls' Mimi Spills The Deets

Wonder Girls bring to the forefront another one of their beautiful members-Mimi.

Mimi spills the deets about herself in the second "getting to know the Wonder Girls" vids.

Mimi is too cute! She's really rockin the red bob...loves it!

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Wonder Girls' Sun Opens Up

Now that the Kpop sensations, the Wonder Girls, have finished up touring with the Jonas Brothers, American fans finally get a peek at who these girls really are.

Sun Ye (Sun) the hot girls' group leader tells us a bit about herself with a great introduction by a few members of the Kpop boy band 2PM.

Friday, August 28, 2009

DJ AM Found Dead

Celebrity DJ, Adam Goldstein, aka DJ AM was found dead early this morning in his New York city apartment.
The New York Post is reporting that drug paraphernalia was found in the apartment which may indicate a possible durg overdose. Tragic!
The former fiance of Nicole Richie survived a plane crash last year along with friend Travis Barker.

No other information has been released as to the cause of death. Our condolences go out to his loved ones.

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Ashley Olsen Is Stylish

Ashley Olsen discusses her personal style in the September issue of Marie Claire magazine.

The mini mogul and style icon says "I think you're either born with a sense of style or you're not. Either you care or you don't."

She goes on to say, "When we were going to NYU, I think that was the first time we were aware of the power of our personal style. Not the power of it, but the result…. Between the big sunglasses and Starbucks cup and big sweaters, the hobo-chic thing, we were more shocked than anything…. Mary-Kate and I are very aware of trends and style, but at the end of the day, we don't even think twice about it. It's just 'What do I feel like wearing today, and how do I want to put it together?"

Yeah, but most people aren’t rockin clothes they picked up at Paris fashion week; they’re getting their clothes at Wal-Mart, Target or the mall.

She continues, "The amount of beautiful things we've ruined - not having the patience for a tailor and cutting everything ourselves…My sister once took an Alaia dress of mine and just cut the whole thing, and then was like, 'I cut it too short.' Mary-Kate and I don't think about fashion as these clean, beautiful objects. We just kind of wear it and live in it."

Well, I guess when you’ve got money to burn, cutting away at a sweater that probably cost more than most peoples rent payments is really like cutting up something you pulled out of the trash.

It's A Boy For Jennifer Hudson

According to the Hollywood Reporter, American Idol alum and Oscar winner, Jennifer Hudson, gave birth to a 7 lb and 14 oz baby boy on Monday.

This is the first child for Jennifer and her fiancé David Otunga. The happy couple have decided to name him, David Daniel Otunga, Jr.


Jessica Simpson lands on the cover of the September issue of Glamour magazine. In a pre-breakup interview, Jessica discusses her relationship with Dallas Cowboy, Tony Romo, her divorce from Nick Lachey and the legacy she'd like to leave behind.

On relationships: “I don’t regret anything I’ve gone through…. I don’t know what the future holds, but I hope that my life, as it is now, doesn’t change. I’m very happy and comfortable—it’s a great place to be in. If this article comes out and we’re not together, I’d still love [Tony], and he’d still be a huge part of who I am today.”

Is this evidence that she knew their relationship was in crisis.

On body image: “It’s not fair that women look in the mirror and feel disgust because of what society has made them believe about beauty. I’ve been through it myself and understand the pressures. We’re all facing the same struggles together, whether you’re a celebrity or not.”

On her divorce: “It was hard to imagine I would ever walk down the aisle again. It was like a death in the family: You go through the mourning stage, then the rebellion, and then all of a sudden you have to find life by yourself. Once you do that, you feel complete—and that’s the only time you can truly fall in love again, and give yourself over completely to another person.”

On leaving a legacy: “Tony said, ‘Jessica, at the end of your life, the only thing that’s going to flash through your mind and heart is your husband, kids, family and the people you love. You’re not going to think, I wish I’d done this with my career. And I’m not going to remember how many touchdown passes I threw or if I won the Super Bowl.’ Music is the heart of who I am, and it’s the most personal thing that I do.”

On her future plans: “I’m never going to be a woman who doesn’t work. At 12 I was emancipated from my parents so I could sign my first record deal. I think I was born working!”
Jess needs to stop going from man to man and refocus on her career.

Isabel Lucas Is a Café Cutie

Transformers hottie Isabel Lucas was recently snapped as she lunched with friends at a small cafe in Los Angeles.

The 24-year-old was café cute as she matched her belt, earrings and nail polish in the same green hue.

Isabel is featured in the documentary, The Cove, along with Heroes star, Hayden Panettiere. The documentary highlights their October 2007 visit to the dolphin-killing cove of Taiji, Japan and is currently in limited theaters.

Vanity Fair Remembers Michael Jackson

Both Michael Jackson and Farrah Fawcett will be featured on the cover of the September issue of Vanity Fair. Fawcett will grace half of the covers and Jackson will feature on the remaining half.

The issue will be hitting newsstands on August 11th, but excerpts from both features have been released to the press. The articles touch on key themes from the two late superstars' lives, pieced together through quotations from friends and old sound bites from the celebs themselves.

These are excerpts from Jackson’s Vanity Fair issue.

On his love life: "No I don't date, no. I like girls and everything, but [laughs] … Oh, you think I'm one of those? No! I'm just not that interested right now." — Michael Jackson in February 1977

On dealing with fame: "And a lot of entertainers don't know this, but interviewers help entertainers 100%. I don't mean promotion-wise; I mean like when they ask you questions, it helps you to look at your future yourself." — Michael Jackson in February 1977

On the first mix of the Thriller album: "It was terrible. And I cried at the listening party. I said, 'I'm sorry — we can't release this.' … Everybody at the record company was screaming that we had to have it out and there was a deadline. … So we re-did a mix a day. … We were overworked, but it all came out OK." — Michael Jackson in 1984

On his plastic surgeries: "You know, many stars do that, but the press picks on certain people. I think if more people could afford it, they'd do it, too. I see nothing wrong with it. You have to feel good about yourself." —Janet Jackson in October 1986

On conflicts with family: "I've always tried to do everything first-class. Use people who are the best. But it was a different story with the family. And the fact that it was the biggest tour that ever happened, and my success had been so overwhelming, it's as if they're wanting to throw darts at you, too." — Michael Jackson in 1984 after the Jacksons' Victory Tour
Rest in peace Michael. We miss you.