Whether it’s on TV or through my iTunes, I am loving the return of the Jonas Brothers. The boys have been hard at work promoting their new single “Pom Poms,” when they stopped by the Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. While there, they met their number #1 fan a.k.a. Jimmy Fallon in a dress and wig.
Sara (without the h, because h’s are ew) is an accurate representation of any fan girl meeting their idol—well, maybe not lifting Joe because we probably do not have the upper body strength for that.
P.S. What makes this video even more awesome is the fact they were talking about The Game Of Thrones before their encounter with Sara. ALL THE AWARDS!
This November, Rihanna debuted her stunning video for “Diamonds,” which is a song off of her latest album Unapologetic. The song is pretty poetic — which is why I think it inspired so many of her fans to truly shine like diamonds.
The song has garnered many acoustic covers on YouTube. Some have a surprising indie vibe, and others features groups of friends coming together to sing the lovely song. Even fellow celebs are covering the song. Recently, for their first show in L.A in three years, the Jonas Brothers sang “Diamonds” in their classic acoustic tone. But they aren’t the only ones to have me swooning over Rihanna’s song. Here are 5 amazing covers of Rihanna’s “Diamonds.”
Hollywood’s leading ladies and up-and coming starlets descended upon Elle’s Women in Hollywood celebration to celebrate females in the industry. The event even brought out Robert Pattinson (who was there to support his Bel Ami costar Uma Thurman, but he didn’t walk the ‘white’ carpet since this event was all about the ladies.
What she’s wearing: The Pitch Perfect star wore a black with golden embroidery Badgley Mischka Resort 2013 dress to Elle’s Women in Hollwood event.
Why we love it: For a black pencil cocktail dress this look has a lot going for it. The dress is working three trends: 1) geometric cut out bustier tops 2) brocade embroidery and 3) shear details (in this dress the sheer fabric is in the midriff which provides a cool belt effect). However the trends don’t overpower one another and work perfectly together because they are quite subtle.
Takeaway: Too many trends on one dress or outfit might seem like a good idea but you’ll regret it instantly in a couple of years because being too on-trend dates your photos really fast. So instead of potential embarrassing Facebook photos in a couple years time, try incorporating multiple trends in a single look by doing so in very small amounts.
What she’s wearing: Stone chose a bubblegum pink Valentino Resort 2013 dress for the Elle’s Women in Hollywood event.
Why we love it: For a pretty modest number (I guess modest by today’s standards anyways) you can’t help but smile at this dress and take notice of Stone. The bright pink number takes this simple look and turns it into quite a head turner as it pops out on the white carpet. Also the sheer sleeves adds some much needed skin and makes the dress more youthful, while the white statement collar and cuffs adds some much needed contrast to the overwhelming pink. She also balances the pink out with a black clutch and a pop of print in those houndstooth pumps.
Takeaway: Bright and bold colours are a great way to put a spin on conservative and traditional clothing. If this look was in black or a more sombre colour, all the fun would be taken out of it and Stone might end up looking like Wednesday Addams. (Sidenote: I love Wednesday Addams, specifically Christina Ricci’s portrayal, but best save the Addams Family look for Halloween and off the red carpet.)
What she’s wearing: The Australian actress stepped out in a studded print photo Proenza Schouler Spring/Summer 2013 dress at the Elle’s Women in Hollywood event.
Why we love it: If you haven’t discovered the amazing-ness of Cate Blanchett and her A+ red carpet track record, then I hope you do some research on some of the looks she wears since she is one of the gold standards for Hollywood high fashion. If you never considered fashion to be art before then hopefully this dress changes your mind since it actually has art printed on the dress. Photo prints on clothing is an upcoming trend and this dress takes it to the next level by abstracting the print with blue colour studs and grommet detailing (it’s a cool take on neo-impressionist art).
Takeaway: Photo printed clothing can be a fun way to personalize your wardrobe since it’s totally possible to create your own clothes with the number of custom silkscreen businesses online (and perhaps your hometown) that you can use. A cool way to get into photography and fashion design. The more abstract a photo the more fashionable it is since you’d probably want to stay away from producing anything like this (save that for Mother’s and Father’s Day).
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Disney Interactive Studios has announced recently that there will be a Disney Sing It: Pop Hits, available to the masses. With the game being a multi-platform karaoke style title letting everyone the chance to give it a try. There will be a lot of familiar songs and expect singing tips along side vocal lessons from Tiffany Thornton herself.
On the Wii, Playstation 3 and Playstation 2 consoles, players will have the opportunity to match their talents with the performers which includes master recordings and popular music videos from global fan favorites. Read more…
The Jonas Brothers are heading to the small screen to give their fans a sneak peek of their 3-D concert film.
Kevin, Joe and Nick will host the CW’s primetime programming on Feb. 10, appearing during the commercial breaks of “90210″ and “Privileged.”
The singers will chat with “90210″ actress Jessica Lowndes about the making of “Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience,” which hits theatres Feb. 27.
And keep an eye out for a clip of the Jonas Bros. performing “Tonight” from the film, which is based on the group’s “Burning Up” tour.
Fans can also anticipate the release of the movie’s soundtrack on Feb. 24. It features a cover of Shania Twain’s “I’m Gonna Getcha Good,” as well as collaborations with Taylor Swift and Demi Lovato.
The Jonas Brothers — all four of them — have signed on to star in the upcoming family film “Walter the Farting Dog.”
The Fox project is based on a bestselling book series of the same name, written by New Brunswick’s Glenn Murray.
According to Variety, the brothers will play a group of musicians who are asked to care for their great-aunt’s flatulent pooch.
The pop trio of Nick, 16, Joe, 19, and Kevin, 20, will be joined in the movie by their younger brother, eight-year-old “Bonus Jonas” Frankie, whose character will go on a series of adventures with the dog.
Peter and Bobby Farrelly (“There’s Something About Mary,” “Fever Pitch”) are co-producing and may potentially direct the film, which will begin shooting in spring 2009.
Nick, Joe and Kevin previously appeared in the made-for-TV movie “Camp Rock” and are currently working on their TV series, “J.O.N.A.S.!” with Frankie.
Fans of The Jonas Brothers and Miley Cyrus can now get even more from their favourite artists by simply inserting their CD into the computer.
Disney has set up “Unlock More Rock,” a website that features never-before-seen acoustic performances, interviews, behind-the-scenes videos and other exclusive content from Disney performers.
Those who own the artist’s album can access the exclusive content by visiting www.unlockmorerock.com and inserting the CD, which unlocks the extras.
Other acts featured on the website include Vanessa Hudgens, The Cheetah Girls and Demi Lovato.
Also featured is “Disney Mania 6,” a compilation album in which contemporary acts cover songs from such Disney films as “Monsters, Inc.” and “The Little Mermaid.” The “Unlock More Rock” website gives fans a chance to check out the “If I Didn’t Have You” recording session by Emily Osment & Mitchel Musso of “Hannah Montana” fame, as well as the making of Colbie Caillat’s “Kiss The Girl” music video.