Friday, February 6, 2009

lovely links

Lovely Links to Read. For all my Americas Next Top Model fans the girls from cycle 12 are introduced here Americas Next Top Model Cycle 12.

While Whitney Port is busy showing us her clothing line for spring 2009.

Rihanna Cuts Her Hair Again This Time With Bangs.

Jessica Simpson Puts On A Little Weight and Still Wears Highwaisted Jeans.

The top looks to try in spring 2009 beauty trends.

Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion - Sin.

You can see a simple neon fashion trend look here Street Style Neon Tights.

Hair Trend Retro Waves. As we know red carpet season is in full swing and one hairstyle that is turning heads is the retro waves.

How To Find the Perfect Lipstick Color.

How to Get Rid of Dark Circles Under the Eyes. Easy tips to follow for getting rid of dark circles under your eyes.

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Ashley Tisdale Now has Brown Hair

Ashley Tisdale Now has Brown Hair . Ashley Tisdale gone darker with a brown hue. I’m only used to one High School Musical

brunette: Vanessa Hudgens.

I wonder how long Ashley will sport this look. I know when I dye my hair brown it dosn’t last long, I harry back to my blonde highlights. Not sure why, maybe because brown hair makes me feel a bit more ‘gloomy’. What do you think, do you love Ashley Tisdale’s new brown hair look?


High School Musical Stars On Trl

High School Musical Stars On Trl. Zac Efron, Corbin Bleu, Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Tisdale and Monique Coleman visit MTV's TRL at MTV studios to promote High School Musical 3: Senior Year in Times Square in New York City.

High School Musical 3: Senior Year hits theaters on Friday, October 24.

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Corbin Bleu Reivers is repped by Thor Bradwell, Tim Curtis, Bonnie Liedtke @ William Morris Agency. Vanessa Anne Hudgens is repped by Theresa Peters @ United Talent Agency (UTA) and Tim Curtis @ William Morris Agency.

Ashley Michelle Tisdale is repped by Alex Yarosh and Todd Christopher @ The Gersh Agency and Alix Gucovsky @ Special Artists Agency. Arianne Monique Coleman is repped by Pamala Ellis @ Ellis Talent Group.

Zac Efron is repped by Joel Lubin & Mick Sullivan @ Creative Artists Agency (CAA), attorney Patti Felker @ Felker Toczek Gellman Suddleson, LLP, publicist Gina Hoffman @ Baker/Winokur/Ryder, and managed by Jason Barrett @ Alchemy Entertainment.

HSM 3 Interview: Zac Efron, Corbin Bleu

HSM 3 Interview: Zac Efron, Corbin Bleu.

Those looking to gobble up every last bit of information regarding the upcoming High School Musical 3 are in for a treat as has recently released an interview with the movies front men, Corbin Bleu and Zac Efron.

In the interview they talk about life after highschool and, what else, yearbook singing. You can head here to see the full interview as they seem to have a problem with embeddable content.

High School Musical 3: Senior Year, directed by Kenny Ortega, is set for an October 24th release date.


High School Musical' Star Corbin Bleu Doesn't Think Franchise Should Graduate To College

High School Musical' Star Corbin Bleu Doesn't Think Franchise Should Graduate To College. Corbin Bleu is growing up, and the 19-year-old is ready to move on from his role as mop-topped Chad Danforth in the popular High School Musical franchise. Even Chad is moving on, now that he'll be attending the University of Albuquerque, and Bleu isn't sure there's any reason to make High School Musical 4: The College Years.

"I don't know about the college years," he told MTV News at the junket for High School Musical 3: Senior Year, "because the spirit of HSM has always been about high school."

Bleu talked to us about one of the main aspects of the franchise: over-the-top dance numbers. The film's director, Kenny Ortega, is familiar with fancy footwork, having worked on the Dirty Dancing television series and the film Newsies. "Dance has definitely changed over the years, when you look back at Gene Kelly and Fred Astaire," Bleu said. "At that time, it was viewed upon very well, technically.

"And now, at least in more of the technical side of it, when you look at dancing, it's cool to do hip hop," he added. "I think that's what's wonderful about HSM, especially this third one. There's a lot of really masculine numbers, while still maintaining some technical stuff."

One of the more masculine numbers includes a dance sequence that takes place in a junkyard for the song, "The Boys Are Back." "[There was] so much at your fingertips. You have so much to work with," he said. "We shot that number [over] two consecutive nights into the morning, and the sun was up, so we were very fragile and dead."

Bleu has become quite the song-and-dance man, so he might be a perfect fit on the Great White Way some day. "I would love to [do a Broadway show] in the future," Bleu said enthusiastically.

But he has a few other projects in the works to keep him busy until that razzle-dazzle dream comes true. "I'm working on music. I've been in the studio," he revealed. "I'm working on producing a film with my father called Freestyle. It's about motocross."