Listen, I will admit I hated vampires, always have and thought I always would.
I’m not one to believe in fairytales, mysticism, mythical creatures or any make believe stuff. I was that little girl who didn’t like unicorns because I knew they didn’t exist.
I liked science stuff, things that actually made sense once put in practice and understood.
So here’s the truth on True Blood. Yes, its make believe and yes its the ultimate of mythical creatures but what sucked me in (pun intended) was the sexual content of each story.
I mean, my god, you put together gorgeous men and women, beautifully sculpted bodies, making the main characters a bad ass virgin and a hopeless romantic who’s also chivalrous and that’s it, you got me! I am hooked.
Thank god for the internet, HBOGO.com and weekends because that’s all I spend my time doing these days….amongst other things. (hint, hint)
P.S. If your thinking of watching them get ready for Season 6, all new episodes on HBO starting, Sunday, June 16th 8 cst /9 est. Check out a trailer for the new season.
I would say this is probably the best episode of the season yet and one of their best from all the seasons. I think Mad Men found their mojo. It was missing for a while, ever since last season to be exact, it just felt like one big bad LSD trip. Here’s to hoping the season gets better and better after this eppy.
This has got to be her best song yet and then there’s the video. How hot is this video?!?!?
Oh what will Don Draper do next,……waiting…….in……anticipation.
Justin Timberlake Returns, Drops More 20/20 Style on the Masses
So you won’t actually see JT for a good six minutes or so into the clip (before that it’s people old and young dancing around or something), but when you do it’s pure 20/20 Timberlake, dressed in one slick black Tom Ford topcoat and turtleneck and sporting some hardware wingtips courtesy of Christian Louboutin. Then some Cirque du Soleil-type ladies come out and we get a bit lost again. The takeaway: Timberlake is still killing it in the style department, perfectly sculpted hair included.
Watch the video here.
The way music videos should be made….it makes sense….it goes with the lyrics of the song.
Washington Heights is one the last so-called middle class families in New York City. It’s not just middle-class but working class, people all over the country trying to get by pay the bills but what’s distinctively different about the Heights is the people are trying to really “make it”.
There are in the largest metropolitan city in the U.S. so they have a lot riding on their individual success stories. I swear watching them make such “adult” decisions is really refreshing. I know that might sound like sarcasm and almost an insult - it’s really not. We have to admit to the standards that MTV (especially) has set.
MTV was the first at reality TV with The Real World, Road Rules and the rest of the train wrecks following (Jersey Shore and most recently Buckwild) if that’s not an embarrassment on so many levels I don’t know what is.
Anyway, here is the just of the show you’ve got the ladies (Frankie, Reyna, Taylor and Eliza) and each one having a talent and making it one in their own right. Then you’ve got the fellas (JP aka “Audubon”, Ludwin, Jimmy, Rico and Fred) and they too having impeccable talent and truly makin’ it.
This show is an urban, go-getting force to be reckoned with Friends. I highly recommend it, no matter what age. They inspire to do what’s best, to do more and to always follow your dreams.
And of course there’s some killer romance between some of the friends that could just melt your heart.
Check out the full season on MTV
What ever you do, don’t miss the best episode yet of HBO’s Girls Season 2, yes it was the finale but goddamn it was absolutely amazing.
This season caught me off guard, really the whole time, especially Hannah (Lena Dunham’s character) she was extra coo coo for cocoa puffs this season and I just couldn’t understand her. And that bothered me because I love the actress herself and I truly wanted to understand her as the character, all the time.
Anyway, the rest of the cast did a fantastic job throughout the season. I do wish it was an hour episode because that damn half hour never ever feels like enough but I think they did it well this time, for the finale that is.
It all together or it came undone but whatever happen in this episode made total sense and could honestly say without a shadow of a doubt was meant to be.
Here’s to happily ever after because this was a fairy tale finale.
Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake in The History of Rap Part 4.
Lovin’ it the 4th time around