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This may be Beyonce‘s month, but Alicia Keys is making a strong argument that it’s her time, too. Just a week after having performed at the Grammys with Maroon 5, and a few weeks after her Super Bowl National Anthem, Keys will perform at halftime of the NBA All-Star Game in Houston, TX on February 17. The star-studded gameday lineup also includes John Legend singing “The Star-Spangled Banner” and Ne-Yo singing during player introductions.
If the Super Bowl Halftime show is the biggest ten minutes celebrating sport’s marriage with pop, then NBA All-Star Weekend is the biggest three days celebrating that partnership. The game is the culmination of a weekend of events, which this year will include performances by Ellie Goulding, Phillip Phillips, and Fall Out Boy‘s first live television performance in three years.
Stargate, the gentlemen behind Rihanna‘s biggest hits - try “Don’t Stop the Music,” and most recently, “Diamonds” - did a little interview with The Hollywood Reporter, where they discussed what it’s like to work with, y’know, everyone who matters in the music industry, and specifically Rihanna, the #UNAPOLOGETIC Bajan banger to rule them all. Predictably, there’s a story behind that hypnotic Sia-penned megahit - but it wasn’t conceived as a radio smash.
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As Stargate producer Tor Erik Hermansen explains: “When we wrote "Diamonds" with Benny Blanco…we collaborated with him for a couple of weeks trying to come up with material for Rihanna. And we were basically trying to come up with big records, and making big up-tempo pop records and then after a couple weeks of that, we just decided, ‘Today we're not trying to make a big hit record. Today we are going to make something that we love and that's a little bit darker, a little bit slower, and a little bit more emotional, and that's when we made the track for “Diamonds.”‘
But the radio-courting wasn’t central to the composition of that song: “A few days later Sia came in and wrote the lyrics,” Hermansen explained. “When we made that song we basically made it for ourselves. We didn't try to make a hit. The song goes out, and it becomes huge, and that becomes rewarding in a sense that when we feel something, the public feels it as well, and it's nice to be reminded of that.”
The process sounds pretty #UNAPOLOGETIC to us.
[via The Hollywood Reporter]
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Emma Bunton in London on February 6, 2013.Credit: WENN.com
Emma Bunton is in need of some serious cheering up after finding her beloved chocolate labrador pup Phoebe dead on Wednesday, Feb. 6, after an intense three-day search.
"To all the amazing people who supported us at this horrible time Our precious phoebe has been found and its terrible news, we are devastated," the former Spice Girl tweeted to fans Wednesday morning.
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Bunton, 37, first reported Phoebe missing on Monday, Feb. 4, during her daily walk in the Hadley Wood suburb of London.
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"My gorgeous brown Labrador went missing on daily walk, she will be so scared please look out around east barnet, Hadley wood, Trent park," she tweeted to her more than 890,000 followers. The devastated UK star even enlisted the help of DogLost, a volunteer organization that reunites lost pets and their owners.
Bunton's ex-band mates Mel C and Geri Halliwell tweeted separate messages in hopes of locating Baby Spice's "gentle" pet.
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"I'm in bits, thank you for all your reassuring messages! Please keep looking," Bunton tweeted Monday.
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Single or just tired of the pressure to make Valentine's Day the MOST ROMANTIC DAY EVER? Have a girls' night instead.
Allison Williams is the new face of Simple skincare. A skincare contract is pretty much the highest compliment out there. [BellaSugar]
- Olivia Palermo modeled Oscar de la Renta's Outnet collection because alliteration is in. [FabSugar]
- i-D takes lots of cover of photos of Kate Moss because isn't that what you'd do if you had the chance? [Fashionologie]
- Pantone's Fall 2013 color palette makes me feel good about the year ahead. Really. [SheFinds]
- If you missed Beyonce at the Super Bowl yesterday, I bet you're never gonna get another chance to see it. Haha just kidding just click. [Earsucker]
- How much is the estate fictionally known as Downton Abbey worth? More than you can afford. [Starcasm]
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Sunday, April 7, 2013
This fabulous light gold gown is not only devastatingly beautiful from the front, but its eye popping detachable train fastens with a large bow, making a gorgeous fashion statement from behind. (Available in Ivory and Champagne)
Claire is a Grecian inspired chiffon dress with delicate draping detail and crystal embellishment. (Available in Ivory)
Antique inspired silver embroidery across the bodice and a sequin tulle sparkle like stars in the sky. Strong, structured corsetry makes Kristy comfortable and easy to wear as it cinches in the waist transforming you into a Hollywood icon. (Available in Ivory)
Dainty cap sleeves and a gorgeous bodice make Angelina a unique dress that will melt anyone’s heart. Influenced by 30’s vintage fashion, the epitome of feminine glamour. (Available in Ivory)
Saturday, April 6, 2013
Selections from super gorgeous Rosa Clara 2010 collection. “The collection is inspired by two trends: One, simple lines with close-fiting gowns. And the other, spectacular volume.”
To start, a stunning floral embroidered tulle A-line dress, called Roger. The flower motif on a translucent layer adds a touch of magic to this feminine gown. Très jolie!
A beautifully-constructed strapless mermaid wedding dress in silk taffeta, Rialto. Love the fact that the pleating goes from vertical at the chest area to horizontal at the torso and back to vertical as it fans out dramatically at the bottom.
Very pretty silk organza gown with sweetheart neckline, Rodeo, that hugs and drapes neatly around the bodice and then bursts into layers of soft flowery ruffles.
Close-up of the above gown on the right shows nice contrast of sleek lines vs wild ruffles. Check out the very beautiful structure of the tea length brocade dress, Ronna, on the left. Looks like an origami! Nice use of pleats and darts as a design detail.
Another structured gown, this one called Ros. I’m in love with the gorgeous bow and simple, clean lines of this dress which has an adorable silhouette of a tulip bud . Oh! And pockets! How cute are wedding gowns with pockets?
Here’s silk tulle and silk organza dress called River, that celebrates pleats and do so in a very refined and elegant manner. Yes, more pleats please!
The Spanish bridal couturier also houses wedding gowns designs by fashion designers such as Jesus Del Pozo, Christian Lacroix and Karl Lagerfeld.