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Jun 21st 2011 12:21PM OMG!!! OMG!!! What a talent! I can't believe it, where does Nicole get the time to learn how to shake her hips? I smell a presidential run here people, "goddess", she's got it all. A rich daddy, fake boobs, eating disorder, and no talent...I weep for the future. And yes, I'm speaking of you sorry idiots on here who are actually impressed with this girl.
May 5th 2011 10:18AM Good for her getting involved in the First Lady's fitness programs. Fitness and nutrition can make a huge difference with disadvantaged kid's ability to learn and to feel better about themselves. Not to mention the obvious overall health benefits. Good for Beyonce, and good for Ms. Obama.
Apr 4th 2011 11:01AM Hilarious! 2 big time dysfunctional addicts dissing each other, I love it! My only question is, how is Courtney Love still alive? I mean, well, with that makeup in the phots she looks like a corpse, but...won't be long. I can see Osbourne biting the dust sooner rather than later. She'll find out that suddenly being thin doesn't really make her more popular with men other than for casual sex, doesn't help cure an addictive personality, and certainly won't make those neuroses go away.
Mar 25th 2011 9:30AM Yeah, I heard the stalker turned out to be one of her half-brother/uncle-cousins from Daddy's hometown. :O) Couldn't resist, but I can say this since I grew up only about 8 miles from there myself. Well, I hear my wife-sister hollerin at me, so I'd better go. :O)LOL
Feb 22nd 2011 3:07AM I enjoyed the show as well back in the day. But, I saw the Monkees(minus Nesmith) perform back in the 1990s, and the sight of Peter Tork, likely in his 50s at the time, making out with some groupee beside the stage as they prepared to go on, was a bit much to have to see. There were thousands of "families" present as this was part of a large charity event...their backup musicians did make the old tunes sound fine though. And so it goes. :O)
Feb 14th 2011 7:53PM Anorexic? I think she looks a bit chunky...healthy I guess, but certainly not too thin. Still an idiot, with questionable talent, but healthy and chunky. ha ha ha ha!
Feb 10th 2011 8:00PM Sounds like Ashlee may be running out of money from her short-lived fame, and daddy Wentz, with his mediocre "career", just can't keep her up in the good life. But hey, daddy Simpson still has plenty of cash, his take after the early pimping of both his idiot spawn.
Feb 9th 2011 11:08AM Allllllllllllllllllllllllllrrrrrrrrrrrrrright!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks God she's happy. I can die now. :O)
Feb 9th 2011 10:53AM No, they don't need to stop singing the anthem at sporting and other events, they just need to tell the performers to stop trying to make the song into some American Idol-Mariah Carey-style blues rendition. A little flare at some points is fine, but the Aguilera version(aside from screwing up the words) sucked, really sucked! The National Anthem was conceived during America's "second" battle for independence against the British in the War of 1812, and I think it will always be appropriate to celebrate that struggle by performing the song at special events. Just stop letting the performers ruin it. Future Anthem singers should all review the Whitney Houston version from 1991 and emulate that performance...no more, no less...just right!
Feb 7th 2011 8:59AM It didnt bother me that she flubbed the words, singers do that all the time. What bothered me was how she put way too much "performance" into the melody-way, way overdone. And she forgot the most important thing: The star is the "anthem", not the singer. One of the few times I've heard a singer say "thank you" after the national anthem. Dont get me wrong, I like her fabulous voice and singing style on "her own tunes", just not on our national song.