Tuesday, March 30, 2010

She's back!

Omg I completely freaked out when I heard Christina had a new song! I didn't even know she was working on a new album. Look at the cover artwork!! It's so different from what I'd expect from her. Man. You have to give her credit. Christina switches it up every single time. She's constantly reinventing herself. Gotta love it, she keeps things interesting.

BUT. While I think this is all amazing and exciting, girl has already come under fire for ripping off Gaga. Like, before I even knew who Gaga was. It's kind of undeniable. (This was around the time she relased "Keeps gettin better") And what's also undeniable is that this new vibe is TOTALLY electro pop a la Gaga.

Just noting an obvious similarity. I still love it though.

Monday, March 29, 2010

Lessons on being a lady by Kesha


Courtesy of MAXIM magazine

Some of her craziest moments:

Vomiting in Paris Hilton's closet-
I thought it was the bathroom! It was Nicky's birthday and we went to her house. I think we danced a little too hard.

Peeing in a British sink with Lily Allen-
The line was really long and there were paparazzi outside, so I didn't have too many options. It was pee in a corner or pee in the sink. The sink seemed prettier.

Breaking into Prince's house-
In order to give him a demo, I paid his gardener 5 bucks to let me sneak onto his property. His door was unlocked to I let myself in. I mean, what would you do if Prince's door was unlocked?

Robbing David Spade-
He thought I was trying to mack on him, but he wasn't having it, so I stole a bottle of whiskey and ran into the bathroom with it, Security came in, knocked the door down, and took me outside.

And some interview questions...

In "Party at a Rich Dude's House", you sing about "pissin' in the Dom Perignon". Really?
That one is about me and my friends getting bored in L.A. and crashing house parties. Cruise, crash, destroy..then bail. Anyway, I think champagne is gross and kind of tastes like pee. So to show my disdain for it, I pee in the bottles.

You sound like a real party girl.
That depends. You've got to define "party girl". If you mean I'm a walking good time, then hells yeah. But I'm not wasted and stumbling out of clubs and getting DUIs. I'm not that kind of party girl. I may be blonde and fun as balls, but I'm not a moron.

Do you have a boyfriend now?
No, no boyfriend. I mean, if I met a chubby, bearded man with glasses, who didn't mind being covered in glitter, maybe we could talk. I have yet to find such a man.

Yeah, you seem to really love glitter.
If you're wearing glitter and make out with a dude witha beard-which are the only kind I make out with anyways-it stays there for at least three days. it makes it look like they've been with a stripper, so no other girls will make out with him.

In you smash hit "TiK ToK", you say you "brush your teeth with a bottle of Jack". Have you ever actually brushed your teeth with Jack Daniels?
I have. I woke up in Vegas once and there was no toothpaste but there was some leftover Jack Daniels. I figured it would be good for my morning breath.

So have you ever done shots of Colgate?
Shots of Colgate? No. That's so ghetto.

Does Kesha even HAVE a PR person? What a piece of garbage.

Thursday, March 11, 2010


Don't even try unless you can dedicate at least 18 minutes to sorting this shit out. The MUCH anticipated video for Telephone was just released. And it's all over the place.
For you Lady Gaga novices, this video is a follow-up to her Paparazzi video. So you'd do well to watch that one first.
Paparazzi is on the bottom.

PS- I love love love her look when she first starts the song, in the black studded bra and thong. Her make up is to DIE for...

Monday, March 8, 2010


I have a millions other things going on right now, in the midst of finals and papers and fighting with my boyfriend (over the Oscars!) so I really busted my ass to get this blog done. These things take time and energy! But so worth it..

Let's see what people were wearing!

Zoe Saldana-

Not a fan of this mess. Too much going on with all that colored popcorn at the bottom. I do like purple though. But no.

Kate Winslet-

My 9-year-old self really must have bonded with her when I saw Titanic..because I have had an odd attatchment to her ever since. I love her, think she's an extraordinary actress..but never been a fan of what she wears on the red carpet. She makes herself look so old! Girl is only like 34. It's always something structured on top, then pretty A-line on bottom. TOO simple. Kate you are beautiful!! Stop being matronly.

Jennifer Lopez-


Gasp! How exquisite is this dress!! Gathered on the side kind of bunchy. You would never tell that there's so much dress from the straight-on shot but when you see the side shot it's crazy! It's like a side-train-I love it! And I love how it folds over the the front. Such a great shade on her too. Gorgeous. She is absolutely sparkling.

Kathryn Bigelow-

The woman of the night! Meow! She's looking hot in this Marchesa dress.
Liz Hurley anyone?

Diane Kruger

She's been making the rounds on the worst dressed lists for this one..but I'm kind of neutral towards it. It's by Chanel. No surprise there. The thing looks so god damn.. french. I don't hate it.

Maggie Gyllenhaal

This girl is usually a little off-the-wall with her fashions but this one I can approve of. I think its very beautiful. It makes her look like a piece of art, or a water lily sprouting out of a lake...I don't know. Thumbs up from me.

Wearing her bridesmaid dress from Grandma's wedding.

Miley Cyrus
Beautiful and demure. She's been good lately at dressing for the occasion. She nailed it at the Grammys: young, hip, sexy. The Oscars are a different occasion so she fittingly looks sophiticated, mature and polished. Bravo.

Penelope Cruz

Okay this is driving me crazy because I KNOW I've seen her wear this dress before. It was this exact color but more of a mermaid cut. I Googled it and cannot find a single image! It's making me think I'm insane but I remember seeing her walk across the award-show (Oscars? Globes?) stage while wearing it!! I'm not crazy. So, no props for this dress Penelope. You will fool others, but not me.

Sandra Bullock

Meh. I don't love it. And I can't quite hate it either. The only thing I know is the shine on this girl's hair was off the hook. Gloss treatment?


I like it. I like the silhoette the way she's standing. And I think the design on the chest going up in the center is flattering on her.

Kimbo Stewart

Ah! This dress is incredible! Why is Kristin wearing it?? I see her wearing black, but some other, simpler cut. This dress is way too grand for her. She's probably wearing converse underneath it.

Meryl Streep

Gorgeous. It's low-cut but still age appropriate. Very striking.

Hilary Swank

whaaa ?? I'll admit when I first clicked on this pick, my eyes went straight to the cleavage. This slinky black top with a plunging neckline..damn..but who is is? Eyes move up to the face... HILARY SWANK???? I was so surprised. Can't say I love the bottom half but my god this is sexy and stunning on top. Who know she had this sexy side to her? Not to mention the cleavage. Nice hair too. This is the fashion surprise of the night for me!

Vera Farmiga


This dress reminds me of those Asian fans I used to redeem my tickets for at Chuck E. Cheese. Except it's a huge, long accordian extension of them. Constricting her like an anaconda.

Nicole Richie


I love it. It kind of has a Jennifer Lopez-feel to it but at the same time, its totally Nicole Richie. Look at her awesome make-up too!

Helen Mirren


God how old is she?? She looks so damn good! A glowing ice goddess in this gown.

Gabourey Sidibe

I think this dress is very flattering on her. She's got big arms, and I think the off-the-shoulder sleeves were the right option. You can tell her arms are really thick but this was an ingenious way to cover them at the fullest point. A spaghetti strap or strapless gown would have been exposing too much arm. But putting her in a black, long-sleeved dress at the Oscars woudn't be right. That would have been a total cop-out. This is just right and I think she looks beautiful.

Cameron Diaz

Put that sparkly dress back in Taylor Swift's closet where it belongs!

Demi Moore


So pretty and feminine! She looks great.

Carey Mulligan-


Ick. I do not appreciate how this dress is open in the front. And I think the jewels or beads are way to chunky up top. PS- Where is Shia?


This is a throwback to Hattie McDaniel, who, in 1940 was the first African America to win an Oscar.

She wore the same color blue dress and flowers in her hair. Aw. Congrats Mo. You look good.

Charlize Theron

ah. Last but certainly not least. When I saw her on stage on TV from far away I was like what the hell are those cinnimon buns on her boobs? I didn't like it, but when I see it now on the red carpet shots- I love it. I like that it's in-your-face like yeah, I have boobs, without showing any skin. But at the same time as its in-your-face, its still very soft and feminine. The cut, the soft pastel purples. I have this weird feeling that's I'd wear something like this, if ever given the occasion.

As for the ceremony itself.. I'd say it was a feminist's delight. Obviously with Kathryn Bigelow being the first woman to be nominated for and win best director (Beating her ex-hisband, James Cameron), but other more subtle things too. The women all looked stunning the the red carpet, including those who the mainstream would consider outside the realm of traditional beauty. Helen Mirren and Meryl Streep both looked incredibly sexy past the age of 60. Gabourey and Mo'nique as "plus size" black women both looked stunning. They were both glowing and carried themselves with confidence and poise. And women who are often made fun of for being frumpy or odd-looking (Tina Fey, Hilary Swank) shined. Mo'nique showed an amazing transformation from raunchy loud-mouthed stand-up to a powerful, refined actress, and was rewarded.
And lastly, I was struck by what Sandra Bullock said in her acceptance speech, about thanking all the mothers "who take care of the babies and the children, no matter where they come from", Acknowledging how women step up in incredible ways to provide for or bear the burdens of others when in need.