Last week we watched Rush play Tom Sawyer on Rock Band this week they took it up a notch. Watch Nas play Rush on Rock Band. Sure looks like he has played it before.
Alicia Keys and Jack White have recorded the theme song for the next installment of James Bond the “Quantum Solace.” White wrote and played the drums for the song while the 11-time Grammy winning Keys will lend her vocal talents. This seems like a hit or miss scenario to me. While I love both White and Keys, I worry that their respective styles will clash. There isn’t going to be a middle ground it’ll either be amazing or just down right boring. Last time Keys teamed up with another artist from a different stylistic background (John Mayer on the song “Lesson Learned”) it didn’t do as well as everyone thought. Amy Winehouse was originally tagged to the “Quantum Solace” theme but her collaborator Mark Ronson didn’t think she was in any condition to record. Personally I think it’s going to disappoint. But we’ll see. The “Quantum Solace” is due for release in Britain Oct. 31; worldwide in November.
I thought his last video “making music with John Mayer” was hilarious. Well this one is even funnier. He really is funny in a sarcastic kind of way. Check out the video below!
New York Daily News- Korin Miller
Keira Knightley has refused to allow any enhancement of her cleavage on publicity photos for her upcoming movie, “The Duchess,” Britain’s Daily Mail reports.
Studio heads reportedly want to enlarge Knightley’s bosom in the photos, but the actress, 23, put her foot down.
“She has insisted that her figure stay in its natural state,” an insider said. “She is proud of her body and doesn’t want it altered.”
This isn’t the first time Knightley has faced this dilemma. The actress drew negative attention in 2004 with her larger-than-usual breasts in publicity stills for “King Arthur.”
Organization at it’s best. The shoe wheel by
Seth Rogan (Superbad and Knocked Up) and James Franco ( Freeks & Geeks; Spiderman) star in this hilarious movie by Judd Apatow. Release date: August 6!
How could you not love Jason Mraz?
Layering clothing can be a fun and exciting way to add some zest and bravado to your wardrobe. When done correctly it’s like an art form. It can create a cool, comfy and laid-back look of effortless charm. Here are some tried and true tips:
Proportion: Whatever you put on first needs to be longer in length than the second piece of clothing to ensure a “leaner look.”
Tank You (!): When wearing a tank over a tank, try a light textured, patterned tank top underneath a solid tank to capture a sexy but subtle look.
If………… anything goes past your hips (especially if you’re short like me) make sure to throw some heels on. If you don’t, your legs will appear shorter than they actually are!
Best of all layering allows you to take what you already have in the closet to create a vast array of outfits that never look the same. Happy layering!
John Mayer is hilarious (and HOT).