Earlier today Brit hottie Cheryl Cole officially kicked off “The Million Lights” tour at Belfast’s Odyssey arena. The photos aren’t exactly the best, so let’s hope future shows provide better footage. The photos are annoyingly grainy, so apologies to all you hardcore Cheryl fans & creepy stalkers! Cheryl will perform 11 shows across the United Kingdom and Ireland, so check all the dates here.
Believe it or not, but somebody already uploaded a shitty camera phone video to YouTube. The show is probably still in progress, for all we know…
Photo Credit: FameFlynet Pictures; These are really old—from way back on September 19th. Rachel Bilson had lunch with a friend and then decided to push her friend’s baby as they strolled around her Los Feliz neighborhood.
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You see what happens when you wear a dress like the one Kat Dennings wore on the Emmys red carpet? You forever raise the expectations & everything else you wear after that moment is just not up to par…
Here’s a clip of Kar’s mind-numbing interview w/ David Letterman:
In our continuing coverage of Kristin Cavallari’s “Make All Recently Pregnant Women Feel Like Shit” Tour, we head to NYC where Kristen was hosting an event to promote ULTA Beauty’s “Donate With A Kiss” campaign which aspires to raise money & awareness for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Kristen, who’s currently engaged to Chicago Bears QB Jay Cutler, had a miraculously quick recovery after giving birth to her first child, a baby boy named Camden Jack. In order to keep her baby-daddy interested, Kristen has had to work some bodily magic by showing no signs whatsoever that she was pregnant just a couple short months ago. Pretty damn crazy.
Also, We’re including another set of pics that we forgot to get up earlier. These were snapped over the weekend as Kristen was seen catwalking through various stores in West Hollywood.
I thought there was an unspoken agreement that Minka had with the papz that she wouldn’t wear somewhat unflattering outfits that showed off her ankles and if she did by mistake, the papz would refrain from full body shots. We’re not really hating, but if we had to choose one flaw, it would be Minka’s atrocious cankles. Considering she lives in planet plastic surgery, you’d think she’d get some docs on Rodeo Drive to transplant hotter/normal looking ankles from some poor chick in Eastern Europe. I hear bodily transplants are very popular these days, but it’s all hush-hush.
As We mentioned earlier, Minka will star in The Butler also starring Liam Neeson, Oprah Winfrey, Alex Pettyfer and Nicole Kidman which focuses on a White House butler who served eight American Presidents over the course of three decades. The film’s status if currently filming and set for a 2013 release. Check its Wiki page for its long list of stars. Minka Loads Up Her Audi Q5
while thinking about eating a Bastardly Certified lunch by Jackson1
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Pictured: Alex Morgan, Amy Paffrath, Ashley Benson, Christina Milian
Last night Ubisoft’s “Just Dance 4″ launch party was held at Lexington Social House in Los Angeles. As with most video game launch parties, we’re guessing that most, if not all, the female attendees aren’t gamers and were simply invited to fill the event for photo opportunities so that sites like ours would do a post to give a plug to the game. Well, if you’re familiar with the Just Dance series then you know basically you dance and get scored on how well you mimic the dance moves. Yeah, that’s about it. It’ll be released on the Wii, the PlayStation 3 (for PlayStation Move), and the Xbox 360 (for Kinect) on October 9, 2012 in North America, and is released in Europe and Australia in October 2, 2012. The Wii U version will be released November 18, 2012 in North America and November 30, 2012 in Europe and Australia, alongside the system. For more info, visit the “Just Dance” Ubisoft website.
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Pictured: Jennifer Akerman, Karina Smirnoff, Kayla Ewell, Taryn Manning
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Though the name of Brooklyn-based band Fall On Your Sword (or FOYS, as they’re affectionately known) may not ring the proverbial bell at first mention, you’ve definitely ‘heard’ them, especially if you’ve seen films like You Won’t Miss Me, Blackstar Warrior, Chosin, Lola Versus, Another Earth, and The Normals.
The duo of Will Bates and Phillip Mossmman is responsible for the soundtracks to a wide variety of independent films that utilize their unique blend of traditional melodies and synthetic sounds that create background scores like few other bands or composers can claim. They’ve also scored the Mark Mann Keanu Reeves-starrer Generation Um which sought to unravel the tedious ways of unapologetic hedonism. You might say that this project was the perfect fit for their talents since they play – as some claim – to please only themselves.
Up next for the band is the film Nobody Walks, starring Jon Krasinski, Olivia Thirlby, and Dylan McDermott, which premiered last night (goes into wider release on October 12). We caught up with the band’s Will Bates who was the primary composer on the film to learn about his experience working on Nobody Walks and how he feels about being a musical jack-of-all-trades.
Moe: Tell us about your score for Nobody Walks. What preparations did you make when composing the score?
Bates: This was one of those rare situations of being involved very early on. I worked with Ry Russo-Young on her previous film, You Won’t Miss Me. She showed me the Nobody Walks script shortly after that was done and we started talking about the sound palette of the movie.
She wanted the score to feel as if it evolved out of sound design with warm, rich colors that reflected the look of the movie – that “California” feel. She was into the idea of synths, balanced out with some of the more organic textures that I used on You Won’t Miss Me. I got my hands on an old parlor organ that runs on tubes and has its own speaker. I mic-ed it from across the room and used that instrument as the basis for a lot of the ambient textures. Ry also wanted the score to be very thematic and melodic, so coming up with those themes was really my first task.