true love. yes? 🙂
true love. yes? 🙂
i’m feeling soo nostalgic..
anyone remember this movie?!
i want to watch it again.. and again.. and again.. 😛
just saw “This is It”. Wow. I’m not a MJ fan but this is definitely a must see.
What a very entertaining send off for him. Too bad we have missed out on what could have been a really thrilling concert.
It’s a great chance to pay tribute and gaze in amazement one last time at a singer, dancer, icon, creative genius and entertainer who influenced so many.
It offers us a glimpse of the real Michael Jackson, soft spoken, very respectful, very nice and a perfectionist.
Meet the Westwicks.
Whoa. Things must be really serious between our cutest GG costars as they were spotted hanging out with Chuck’s parents last September in New York.
Feast your eyes with pictures of Chuck (Ed) and Vanessa (Jessica) spending time with Mommy and Daddy Westwick.
(Sorry, i want to use their GG characters’ names)
love love ♥♥
check out these really weird photoshopped pictures at FREAKING NEWS!
Mariah Carey set records with her last album, “E=MC2”; it sold 463,000 its first week, the best in Carey’s career.
With her new album, “Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel,” Carey is looking to make history again, but for different reasons. When it drops Sept. 15, Carey will become the first artist to bundle the CD with lifestyle ads from Elizabeth Arden, Angel Champagne and the Bahamas Board of Tourism. As if that’s not enough branding for one album, there’s this: the 34-page ad booklet is a co-production with Elle magazine.
The take-home lesson: Even with an artist who is a proven commercial success, you can’t bet on album sales for income. If the experiment works well with Carey, her label Island Def Jam is considering doing the same with Rihanna, Bon Jovi, Kanye West and others.
Twilight author Stephenie Meyer has been forced to deny allegations she stole the plot from a novel in her vampire franchise from another writer.
A woman named Jordan Scott has sent a cease and desist letter to the publishers of Meyer’s 2008 novel Breaking Dawn, the fourth in the hit series, over claims it bears a “striking and substantial similarity” to her 2006 fantasy book The Nocturne.
In the letter, Scott accuses Meyer of recreating specific scenes from her own vampire novel and using near-identical dialogue.
But a representative for Meyer is adamant Scott’s claims are completely false.
The spokesperson tells TMZ.com, “The claim that Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer somehow infringes on an alleged book by someone named Jordan Scott is completely without merit. Neither Stephenie Meyer nor her representatives had any knowledge of this writer or her supposed book prior to this claim.”
Meyer was hit with a plagiarism lawsuit in April from her former college roommate Heidi Stanton, who claimed the hit vampire books were based on a short story she wrote while both women studied at Brigham Young University, Utah.