Friday, November 30, 2007
The ceremony is airing live on ESPN Classic beginning at 9 p.m., but if you don’t have that, you can catch it at midnight on ESPN2. There are no plans as of now to air it again at another time.
You can also watch it live online at http://www.espn360.com/.
According to NASCAR.com, Kelly will sing “One Minute” and “Since U Been Gone.” THANK GOODNESS, she is not doing “Never Again.”
However, this does beg the question, why can’t RCA release “One Minute” as a single?
Never mind, I think I know the answer to that one, and it starts with a C and ends with an e…and rhymes with hive…
Thursday, November 29, 2007
When you a see celebrity wearing something, have you ever wonder who is the designer and where they bought it? Well, here's your guide to find out where and who is the designers what the stars actually wearing!
Wednesday, November 28, 2007
Jordin’s CD, “Jordin Sparks,” sold 119,000 copies to debut at #10 on the Billboard 200 chart.
Although a lot of artists would be thrilled with that total, it’s the smallest sales debut for any “Idol” winner…
Kylie Minogue brings a touch of glamour to the Music Industry Trust Awards in London rocking an exquisite Dolce & Gabbana creation.
Katie Holmes and Monique Lhuillier wearing one-shouldered, silk charmeuse gown at the L.A. premiere of Lions for Lambs.
Tuesday, November 27, 2007
Chistian Audigier’s Fashion Show was held last October at Smashbox Studios in Culver City, was La Vie En Rose. The theme of the show is Making Rock Stars Rock! His Inspiration was “the liberation of France by the American troops and the fusion of cultures in the 1940's marking Frances Freedom.. The French and Americans formed a natural union which was reflected and initiated the inspiration in art, music, fashion and love. Christian Audigier pays tribute to the beauty of his French roots and his American influence on this season’s runway.” He also admit that “My collection is based on the vision that captures the American lifestyle culture from rap, pop, and rock and roll!”
Enjoy the pictures of Christian Audigier 2008 Spring Collection Fashion Show!
Fashion Show & Backstage Photos by:
Mercedes Benz Fashion Week
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Monday, November 26, 2007
The Tarrant Apparel Group sued Jessica Simpsons for $100million because she fail to promote the demin company product. She even refused to be photographed wearing items called JS by Jessica Simpson which led to the lines being "crippled by the non-involvement of Simpson". Instead of wearing JS jeans, The notoriously dippy actress even went so far as to name True Religion as her favourite jeans rather than her own brand. (see picture above)
Sunday, November 25, 2007
Because I was enjoying a nice dinner with my family, I didn’t see the entire show Friday night.
I did see that I was correct in my prediction about Cliff Wagner and the Old No. 7 going home. I also saw The Clark Brothers receive a standing ovation from all three judges and I saw Dicko once again criticize Adam from Dot Dot Dot when he didn’t deserve it. Dicko told Adam that he needed to command attention, not act like he was desperate for it.
I’d really like to know what Dicko’s got against him…
I said last week that I was starting to get a little excited about the show, but I think I’m starting to lose that already. I just have a really bad feeling that Light of Doom is going to win this thing…
If any of you watched “Band” Friday, please feel free to give me your thoughts. Just post a comment or send an e-mail to email@example.com...
Saturday, November 24, 2007
here's some Stuff Inspired by Ed Hardy that i find it really cool to wear..
There are now Ed Hardy stores in New York, Los Angeles, Tucson and Dubai. That $20 million-a-year business, of which Hardy gets a small slice for licensing his name and art, is the handiwork of French-born marketing ace Christian Audigier, who pushed the Von Dutch brand and now has everybody from Madonna to Larry King draped in Hardy. It's a pleasing turn of events for an artist who made his bones tattooing daggered hearts and anchors on sailors in San Diego in the raffish old days before body art became respectable. Now it almost seems as if there's a Starbucks and a tattoo parlor on every corner.