For part nine of Crazy Man’s Ju-Ju, Jason Mraz cunningly slipped in his second music video from his latest album, We Sing We Dance We Steal Things. The video is done by “London’s Ju-Ju editor Jennifer Sheridan and co-director Gille Klabin. They dragged Jason and Toca onto a boat on the River Thames in London, to film a very English video to ‘Make it Mine‘. Gnomie got involved and so should you.”
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To me, the limelight wasn’t on the openly gay singer Sam Sparrow in the June edition of Attitude Magazine. The real star was the Australian surfer-turned-Armani model Jaymes Triglone who posed around the pool in swim wear. The layout “Before Night Falls” was done by the gifted Simon Harris. In one of the pages, we see Triglone supporting his body which was leaning on air with his pointed toes and hands on the rail but still looking effortless (and sexy!) Now that’s a professional.
Jason Mraz’s hit single I’m Yours has been featured in an Australian Coca Cola commercial. This has soon stirred up a heated controversy all over the internet. Apparently his diet consists of only all natural and non-processed food thus this endorsement of Coca Cola makes one wonder (Remember Jenna Jameson for PETA but carries a huge leather purse?) . Yet Mraz’s laid back style matches Coca Cola (and Australia!) perfectly. I don’t know, I love Jason Mraz and I love Coca Cola…
The memoir based on Ciccone’s life and 47 years of growing up with and working with his sister — Madonna— the most famous woman in the world, now has a cover.
The Sun reports the book will include Madonna’s past lesbian flings (hint: Gwyneth, Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera mentioned), her rocky marriage to Hollywood actor Sean Penn and her rows with film director husband Ritchie.
The book will be available on July 15th
In this video of the third upcoming single, “No Substitute Love”, from her album Shine, Estelle is showing her love for the audience by featuring a few of the American favorites in the video. The guest stars in her video includes Christian Siriano, Kelly Rowland, and Amanda Diva.
This is the music video of Amanda Seyfried’s attempt on ABBA’s Gimme Gimme Gimme to promote Mama Mia: The Movie which also stars Dominic Cooper and Meryl Streep. The ABBA song is still good after so many years but promoting the movie with Seyfried’s singing? I’m not so sure. What’s for sure is that her attempt is definitely not the best cover out there.
Namie Amuro from Japan and Joey Yung from Hong Kong both released the music videos of their singles this month and they are hot. Amuro’s “Black Diamond” herself and Double as femme fatales who stole the precious black diamond right in front of the crowd while performing. On the other hand Yung’s “On the Treadmill” took a rather colorful approach and have her stick to the beat. They’re definitely spicing it up for Asia!
Namie Amuro’s Black Diamond:
Joey Yung’s On the Treadmill: