Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Best Lady Gaga Moments of 2012

We are so happy to celebrate Xmas Eve with you monsters. This year could not have been incredible, sharing amazing experiences and news about Gaga.We want to wish a happy new year and next year, and that's why we've compiled the best Lady Gaga memorable moments of 2012 and a surprise for you after the jump!

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Feburary 07 - Lady Gaga Announces the Born This Way Ball (-Original Post)

Feburary 12 - Lady Gaga Attends the 54th Grammy Awards (-Original Post)

February 29 - Lady Gaga Launches the BTW Foundation (-Original Post)

March 18 - Lady Gaga interviewed on Oprah's Next Chapter (-Original Post)

April 24 - Lady Gaga kicks off the Born This Way Ball in Seoul (-Original Post)

July 27 - Lady Gaga Announces Acting Debut in Machete Kills (-Original Post)

August 3 - Lady Gaga Announces new Album Title (-Original Post)

August 9 - Lady Gaga Covers September issue of Vogue (-Original Post)

September 14 - Lady Gaga Releases FAME film by Steven Klein (-Original Post)

September 14 - Lady Gaga Launches FAME at Macy's (-Original Post) 

September 16 - Lady Gaga Attends London Fashion Week (-Original Post)

October 7 - Lady Gaga Launches FAME at Harrods (-Original Post)

October 9 - Lady Gaga Awarded Peace Prize in Iceland (-Original Post)

November 25 - Lady Gaga Visits the Favelas in Cantagalo (-Original Post)

December 1 - Lady Gaga Joins United Nations & UNICEF (-Original Post)

December 15 - Lady Gaga Performs with The Rolling Stones (-Original Post)

Here we leave you several demos from the Fame era, including Poker Face, Brown Eyes and Money Honey. Enjoy your surprise.

The Fame Demo #2


Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Amy Winehouse Quotes

1. I like pin-up girls. I'm more of a boy than a girl. I'm not a lesbian, though - not before a sambuca anyway.

2. I don't think your ability to fight has anything to do with how big you are. It's to do with how much anger is in you.

3. If I died tomorrow, I would be a happy girl.

4. Since I was 16, I've felt a black cloud hangs over me. Since then, I have taken pills for depression.

5. Girls talk to each other like men talk to each other. But girls have an eye for detail.

6. I saw a picture of myself when I came out of the hospital. I didn't recognize myself.

7. Having listened to great songwriters like James Taylor and Carole King, I felt there was nothing new that was coming out that really represented me and the way I felt. So I started writing my own stuff.

8. I really thought I was on the way out. My husband Blake saved my life. Often I don't know what I do, then the next day the memory returns. And then I am engulfed in shame.

9. I know I'm talented, but I wasn't put here to sing. I was put here to be a wife and a mom and look after my family. I love what I do, but it's not where it begins and ends.

10. I'm of the school of thought where, if you can't sort something out for yourself, no one can help you. Rehab is great for some people but not others.

11. I don't listen to a lot of new stuff. I just like the old stuff. It's all quite dramatic and atmospheric. You'd have an entire story in song. I never listen to, like, white music - I couldn't sing you a Zeppelin or Floyd song.

12. I just dress like... I'm an old black man. Sorry! Like I'm an old Jewish black man. I just dress like it's still the '50s.

13. My justification is that most people my age spend a lot of time thinking about what they're going to do for the next five or ten years. The time they spend thinking about their life, I just spend drinking.

14. I really started writing music to challenge myself, to see what I could write.

15. There are certain instances where I'll be out and I'll be drunk, and I'll come to work and I'll be shattered.

16. Drinking long-term is a lot worse than doing heroin. Alcohol's a real poison.

17. If I go to the gym and I have a drink, I'm lovely to be around and really sweet.

18. After Frank I didn't write for 18 months but when I met Mark (Ronson) I pretty much wrote the album in six months - he was so inspiring.

19. My first kiss was about 11 or 12 and it was with a Greek boy called Chris. .... who's gay now!

20. I have a really good time some nights, but then I push it over the edge and ruin my boyfriend's night. I'm an ugly dickhead drunk, I really am.

21. I can't even listen to Frank any more... In fact, I've never been able to. I like playing the tracks live because that's different but listening to them is another story.

22. We're not planning a honeymoon. Every day is a honeymoon - I've married the best man in the world.

23. I'm not a fighter, but if I am backed up against the wall I'll kick the shit out of anyone.

24. I'm either a really good drunk or I'm an out and out shit, horrible, violent, abusive, emotional drunk.

25. I believe in casual sex. I know it's sad that I think cheating on people is fine. But I think it's like smoking a spliff. Oops, I've gobbed on myself!

26. Yeah, I'm an open book. Some men do think I'm a psycho bunny-boiler. But I think that's funny. If you're nice to me I'll never write anything bad about you. There's no point in saying anything but the truth. Because, at the end of the day, I don't have to answer to you, or my ex, or...I shouldn't say God…or a man in a suit from the record company. I have to answer to myself.

27. It's frustrating, because you work with so many idiots - but they're nice idiots. So you can't be like: "You're an idiot." They know that they're idiots!'Yeah, I know. I hate them fuckers, man. I've not seen anyone from the record company since the album came out and I know why…'cos they're scared of me. They know I have no respect for them whatsoever. Look…I know its a terrible thing for someone to come out and say they hate their own music. It's the worst thing you can do. My album isn't ***. If I heard someone else singing like me I would buy it in a heartbeat.

28. You get straight men that are fu**ing big pussies like my ex-boyfriend, and gay men who are like: "Can I carry that for you? Take my jacket." And you wish they didn't like boys.

29. Everything can be improved on. I'm not so proud as a woman that I'd say: "No! I'll never get my breasts done!" F**k it…I probably would, when I'm old and whatever. I'm a girly girl. It's just my music. It's the only thing I have real dignity in in my life. That's the one area in my life where I can hold my head up and say: "No one can touch me." 'Cos no one can touch me!

30. I would have been happy to sing in a covers band for the rest of my life. And I wouldn't have gone on one of those shows in a million, billion years, because I think that musicality is not something other people should judge you on. Music's a thing you have with yourself. Even though the people who go on those shows are ***, it's really damaging to be told that you are.

31. (About her lyrics) They're very personal and very intense, in a way. But I think there's a lot of humor in there as well. I've always wanted to present a point with a twist. You know, like: "I'm really angry about this, you're a *** and you can't even get a boner!" I just want to say things I would find funny if I heard them.

32. If you make me up too much I end up looking like someone's auntie. I've had to reclaim my own look!

33. I don't ever want to do anything mediocre. I hear the music in the charts and I don't mean to be rude, but those people have no soul. Learning from music is like eating a meal - you have to pace yourself. You can't take everything from it all at once. I want to be different, definitely. I'm not a one trick pony. I'm at least a five-trick pony.

34. I never used to be broody, but then I realised that I'm turning into a soppy ***. Goodness in life comes from a sense of achievement and you'd get that from having a child and putting it before yourself.

35. (About the question of being a seductor or a seductee) I think you have to be both, man. You have to be good at both - there's no point in doing one if you can't do the other. You've got to give and receive. What's that thing the advert says? The best gift you can give someone is knowing how to receive.

36. I'm not religious at all. I think faith is something that gives you strength. I believe in fate and I believe that things happen for a reason but I don't think that there's a high power, necessarily. I believe in karma very much though. There are so many rude people around and they're the people that don't have any real friends. And relationships with people - with your mum, your nan, your dog - are what you get the most happiness in life from. Apart from shoes and bags.

37. (Her answer to the question "Are you going to turn into a diva?") I'm probably already one, if that means that you don't give a *** about people's opinions. I don't suffer fools gladly. I'm not here to make friends. I've learnt that the hard way - I used to not say things like: "I really want to hold a guitar in my video", because I was trying to make everyone like me. But I don't give a *** now. At the end of the day I'm there to do my job, I'm not there to have picnics. So, if that's being a diva then yeah, I will be one.

38. Kids who listen to Dido and think: '"I want to be like her", make me want to vomit.

39. Rehab is like Butlins. It's a holiday camp. It's an everyday thing for some people...like going to Tesco's.

40. I don't need help because if I can't help myself I can't be helped.

41. My songs are very honest about a relationship that didn't survive. I only write songs when there is a problem that I can't get through myself. I write a song about it to put myself past it.

42. When I've been on the booze recently, it's turned me into a really nasty drunk, drink a lot and sometimes forget to eat!

43. (Talking about a producer who can't find a bottle of vodka to bring to her) In his head there's probably two monkeys rubbing a stick together!

44. (Talking about her favorite drink Rickstasy,which is three parts vodka, one part Southern Comfort, one part banana liqueur, and one part Baileys) By the time you've had two of them you're like, don't even try and go anywhere. Sit down and stay down, until the birds start singing. I'm not a sick drunk. I'm a violent drunk.

45. I have a really good time some nights, but then I push it over the edge and ruin my boyfriend's night. I'm an ugly d***head drunk, I really am.

46. It's too much of a drinking culture, everything tastes better with a drink. Like, watch TV: glass of wine. Cooking dinner: glass of champagne. White wine vinegar hasn't got white wine in it. Has it?

47. I just see monogamy in a different way to most people. I don't think it's a terrible thing to have sex with someone else. I think it's much worse to substitute the man in your life with another person. It's hard to explain but things like taking another man to your mum's house or going out shopping with him are so rude, and worse than kissing him. Sex is just sex, but you should never let anyone else get close.

48. I don't listen to anyone except my…inner child anyway. If someone had said to me, Amy, lose a stone - which they wouldn't - I don't think I would have listened anyway.

49. What kind of fuckery is this?

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Sean Penn Dating

Sean Penn, 52, is an American actor, screenwriter and film director, also known for his left-wing political and social activism (including humanitarian work). Wanna know who dated Sean? Let's examine Sean Penn's dating history below…

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Sean Penn hooked up with Brigitte Nielsen. In her autobiography, Nielsen talks about meeting Sean Penn at Cannes and one night of passion they shared together. "Another night I met Sean Penn and Charles Bronson in a club in Cannes. Sean didn't have classic good looks but there was just something about him".

1983 - May 1984
Sean Penn was rumored to be dating actress Elizabeth McGovern.

1985 - 1989
Sean Penn was married to Madonna. This pair's affair was infamously contentious, with Penn at point being arrested for assaulting a photographer on a film set while married to Madonna. Madonna dedicated her third studio album "True Blue" to Penn, writing in the liner notes that Penn was "the coolest guy in the universe." Penn was later charged with felony domestic assault, after allegedly hitting her with a baseball bat.

During a split from Robin Wright in the mid 1990s, Penn dated singer and songwriter Jewel Kilcher. He was also the director of the original video for Kilcher's hit song "You Were Meant For Me". 

1989 - July 2010
Sean Penn and Robin Wright began dating in the early 1990s and have two children together. They got married in 1996 and broke up several times before finalizing their divorce in July 2010.

2009 - October 2010
Sean Penn dated model and actress Jessica White. The two were spotted kissing in the fall of 2009, but the two were seen together again in the summer of 2010. They went their separate ways in October 2010.

February 2011 - February 2011
Sean Penn was rumored to be dating Valeria Golino. The two were seen at a romantic dinner together at Dal Bolognese restaurant. Penn met Golino in in 1991 when he directed her in the film "The Indian Runner."

March 2011 - June 2011
Sean Penn and Scarlett Johansson dating rumors started in early March 2011, then they slowly began to make their relationship public by having romantic dinners in LA, attending a wedding together, and more. However, the couple refused to discuss their romance. After three months of dates, vacations, and a few public appearances, the two separated without much explanation.

June 2011
Sean Penn was rumored to be dating actress, singer and former fashion model Garcelle Beauvais.

July 2011
Sean Penn has been dating Shannon Costello. The couple took their romance public at the beginning of July and have been spotted together on the beach in Malibu at Nobu and dining out in Miami. 

May 2012 -  Present
Senn Penn is dating Petra Nemcova. The two rekindled their affair in May 2012. They stepped out together at the "Cannes International Film Festival", where they appeared very much smitten. They first dated briefly in 2008.

What do you think of Sean Penn's dating history?

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Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Alyssa Milano Quotes

1. Every time I decide I want a child I get another pet. I have 3 dogs, 13 birds and 3 horses, what does that tell you?

2. I used to sleep nude - until the earthquake.

3. Actors are an insecure breed. It's hard to have your career depend upon other people's opinions of what you do.

4. Animals, they are one of the most beautiful gifts we have and, you know, if there are people that have compassion, there are very few people that put their money into animal rescue organizations. And if there is someone that has that passion, animals need all the help they can get.

5. Aaron Spelling always had his finger on the pulse of pop culture, he knew what the public wanted to see. He was one of the most loyal men in this business and believed in me at a time in my career when no one else would.

6. I feel a lot healthier when I'm having sex. Physically. I feel all these jitters when I wake up in the morning. Just energy jitters. I take vitamins, I work out every day. When I'm having sex, I don't have that.

7. I think we're in a time when everyone's afraid to have sex. But I was raised being beautiful and healthy.

8. I think we're in the time when the metaphysical world is so interesting.

9. I've always believed in experiencing everything in life. When you walk out with blinders on, you cut yourself off from the angels and the fairies.

10. I've dated the sweet mama's boy, the musician rocker, the struggling artist - basically a lot of people without jobs.

11. It's nice to be important, but it's important to always be nice.

12. People on series are now given a lot more opportunities, sometimes more than film actors.

13. It's hard enough to go through puberty. Everyone's embarrassed about their youth, but if just happens that the '80s were particularly disgusting. Flock of Seagulls is not cool.

14. (Milano said she was at first intimidated because Doherty and Combs had an established friendship.) I knew they were friends, and I was a little freaked out…But as soon as I got to the set, I was like: "This is going to be so much fun".

15. I'm not getting married…Our relationship is so new we don't even really know what it is yet.

16. I think people freak out about (turning 30) when they don't feel like they've accomplished what they need to by then…I wasn't freaked out at all. Just excited.

17. Everything he touches turns to gold...I worked with him on "Melrose Place" and I am happy to be working with him again. You always feel safe with Spelling.

18. I don't get…not giving them what they deserve for hanging in for seven years, because that's going to lose more audience.

19. If you believe in something then you should do it don't let anything stand in your way.

20. My passion should be clear and please know it runs deep within all levels of my consciousness. I feel it. I feel everything.

21. Time is an amazing enigma in which seeds that were planted can turn into a vibrant garden if properly pruned.

22. For me, there is no hope without faith. Faith is a higher good. Faith in our divinity.

23. (about her motherhood) Thank you for all the well wishes for my son Milo. My heart has tripled in size. I love him more than all the leaves on all the trees.

24. I can't even consider it a craving because it's so odd. But I can't get enough broccoli!

25. As soon as I got pregnant I just didn't want to leave my mother's side. The amount of time I've spent with my parents since I've been pregnant is a lot. I think it's because I want to soak up their brains.

26. I was very happy to be out of my first trimester. I think that's the scariest time because you always have it in the back of your head that you could miscarriage at any point. I would say that was my scariest time.


27. I don't really have any advice because I feel like everyone's on their own path. But I will say, in my experience, that to be in a business at a young age is hard in the best of circumstances, and I had the best of circumstances.

28. My family is amazing and we're all close and we have been forever. And I think that is basically the thing that saved me from going down the wrong path. But I don't think that's unlike what any kid goes through as they're growing up. But this business sort of magnifies whatever you would have turned into. I think that they're people who struggled as child actors that would have struggled no matter what they chose to do in life.

29. If there were ever a reality show about my life, it would be pretty boring. Twitter is sort of my reality show version of me. Reality TV has a demystifying element that scares me. The fun part of being in this business for me is about escaping and being able to portray different people.

30. I was a really bad dater to the extent that I hated doing it so much that I'd just jump into relationships. I'd just skip that whole dating part, which of course, never worked. I got married in August, and I married my best friend. Lucky for me that I never had to date him, because I don't think it would have lasted. He already accepted my quirkiness.

31. Well the interesting thing about Twitter is, if your heart is in it, is it becomes a community, and I don't think there's a lot of communities any more in the world...maybe just in religious institutions and fans of sports teams.

32. My whole take on Twitter is to try to use it how any other responsible community member would. I don't like to do too much self-promotion on there - when I first joined Twitter, I started following celebrities, and they self-promoted so much that I just un-followed them. So on my personal account, I really just try to share a piece of who I am with people, and be a good neighbor.

33. I have other accounts - I have an account for the television show and for the clothing line because I figure if they're interested in that aspect of my life, then they can follow those accounts. But they're not following my account to hear me talk about myself. I just try to share links that I find that are interesting, things that I think it's important to empower people about...I love it.

34. I just started following (film critic) Roger Ebert, and I love following him. He's pretty outstanding. But my favorite people to follow are really the social media enthusiasts.

35. I love Dexter. I love Top Chef. I can't wait for it to come back.

36. I love Friday Night Lights. I think TV is in a great place right now.

37. I would have to say the power to heal. This show has enhanced my relationship to magic. I would have called it prayer.

38. The Dodgers. My favorite hockey team is the Kings. I like the Clippers in basketball. 

39. And I like USC college. Football, the Giants. 

40. I'm actively looking at pilots in the very limited pilot season that is about to begin. Lots of work for my clothing line which is extremely exciting.

41. We were in Brooklyn and we stopped by a neighbor's house…there were these dogs there and I guess they had puppies, she was going to keep one but said she may have to put the rest to sleep if she couldn't find homes for them, so if we knew anyone that wanted puppies to let her know. I asked what she meant by "putting them to sleep", so I asked and my mom being as subtle as possible said it means they are going to kill them. So we took home one named Pluto.

42. I turned vegetarian after 9/11. A friend of mine came back from New York and said that he couldn't stand the smell of burnt flesh. It immediately reminded me of a barbecue.

43. I'm a big believer in individual responsibility.

44. First, accept sadness. Realize that without losing, winning isn't so great.

45. I had to deal with a certain amount of guilt that accompanied being successful at a young age. The guilt that my parents gave up their dreams, friendships, and the only life they knew to make *my* triumphs a possibility. The guilt that my brother had to deal with having a famous sister. It was not easy, but thank God I had them to remind me what is important in life.

46. Baseball is, in many ways, like a boyfriend or spouse. You can love him, you *should* love him, but you need to learn that he exists without you, and you without him. You need to learn the same thing about baseball, that as much as you care, you need to be able to step back.

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