Thursday, March 31, 2011
For one night only it was mine and this is my 'version' of what happened. Click on the pictures above to see more of what happened!!
*** PHOTOS BY RICHARD HEDGER***
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Palms Casino Resort welcomed Jive Records recording artist Britney Spears to Rain Nightclub for two surprise performances on Friday, March 25. The performance was filmed by MTV as part of an upcoming Britney Spears special that will air next week in celebration of her album release.
In front of more than a thousand fans, Spears delivered songs from her latest album, Femme Fatale including the singles, "Hold it Against Me," "Till the World Ends" and "Big Fat Bass."
ON PERSONAL STYLE: "You just try to stay clean and classy because it will always come back to bite you in the ass when you’re being photographed. I like Zegna and I wear a lot of Dolce. So [this shoot] was perfect, and it felt very old movie star, very beautiful."
ON FASHION REGRETS: "Anything from the 80s was horrible."
ON PERSONAL STYLE: "I'm all-American but sometimes a little preppy, sometimes a little vintage. I like button-ups, skinny pants, Oxfords. I like to throw vintage-y pieces in. But it’s a hard thing to define your own style, isn’t it?"
ON THE STYLE OF HER GLEE CHARACTER, EMMA PILSBURY: "I love dressing up for that character. The cardigans, the brooches, the sweater clips, the pencil skirts. The shoes are always amazing. It’s fun and colorful. I love dressing up as Emma, but I’ve nixed a lot of pieces in my own closet because I don’t want to look like her all the time. Like I had this amazing sweater that was vintage that I had had in my closet forever, and I put it on right after the show and my husband said, 'You can’t go out like that. I’m married to Emma Pilsbury if you wear that out.' I had to get rid of it. (source)
Wednesday, March 23, 2011
The awards honor media for outstanding portrayals of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities and issues that they face. The GLAAD Media Awards ceremonies was held on March 19 in New York.
"She was surrounded by her children – Michael Wilding, Christopher Wilding, Liza Todd and Maria Burton," Taylor's publicist, Sally Morrison, said in a statement. In addition to her children, Taylor is survived by 10 grandchildren and four great grandchildren.
On Feb. 11, it was announced that she had been in taken to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles earlier that week for symptoms caused by congestive heart failure, and she "peacefully died there," according to her publicist. "Though she had recently suffered a number of complications, her condition had stabilized and it was hoped that she would be able to return home. Sadly, this was not to be."
A stunning beauty with mesmerizing violet eyes and a double set of eyelashes, Taylor was catapulted to superstardom as a child, though she lived larger than life both on screen and off even long after she had retired from movies and became a perfume mogul. (read more)
"We are starting to talk to Fox and talk to the C.S. Lewis estate now about the Magician's Nephew being our next film," Flaherty said. "If we can all agree to move forward, then what we would do is find someone to write the script. So, it could still be a couple of years."
The third film in the franchise, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader was made for about $155 million and earned $403.9 million worldwide. While that was down a bit from Prince Caspian's $419.7 million, that second film also cost more to make - in the $225 million range. The first film, The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, is still the most successful having pulled in an impressive $745 million with a budget of $180 million.
Flaherty told the site that The Magician's Nephew, the sixth book published in the seven title series and a prequel to The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, is his favorite.
"I love the Magician's Nephew because it's a great origins story. You get to learn so much about where the wardrobe came from, where the lamppost came from, where Narnia came from," he said.
The Magician's Nephew is the second most popular book in the series behind only The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe.
Flaherty added that they will again be targeting a Christmas release for The Magician's Nephew.