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It’s been so great to see all of the “IT GETS BETTER” videos circulating the internet (including ours). Teens, adults, celebrities – everyone getting sharing their stories and love to help teens dealing the homophobic and hateful people they be surrounded with – at the present time.
In this latest video, a Fort Worth City Councilman named Joel Burns shares his story and how deeply he has been affected and heartbroken by all of the suicides that have taken place as of late. He too was once a thirteen year old boy, struggling with the changing feelings inside combined with the name calling and threats from kids and teens that once bullied him. They made him feel like there was something wrong with him and that feeling was almost too much to bear.
He breaks down several times during the speech at the city council meeting, as he talks about what he would say to himself if he could talk to the thirteen year old he once was. He would tell them how things were all going to change and how amazing life would become…
You must watch the video…
We’re onto the fifth episode, with Jimmy T being voted out last week from Espada and Jimmy Johnson the week before that. Holly is pretty upset about the last tribal council as she felt Dan should have gone over Jimmy based on physical ability. She knows that she’s on the outs now (as is Jane) and knows that something needs to change. Lucky for her, as the previews informed us, a merger or tribe shuffle happens in this episode: “Drop Your Buffs”. Meanwhile, since Marty got his way (and has the immunity idol), he feels in total control of his tribe, and the game.
At La Flor, Kelly B and Alina are the outcasts, with the rest of the tribe in cahoots. Naonka, the token crazy lady, has the immunity idol on their end tribe.
The teams arrive for the challenge when Probst announces: “Alright drop your buffs. we are switching tribes.” They draw for new captains by having each person take a rock from a bag. With their palms closed, they all turn them faced up. If you have yellow or blue, you are captain. Brenda is captain for La Flor and Holly (lucky for her) is captain for Espada. From there, Brenda gets to pick three new tribe mates from Espada, and Holly gets four from La Flor.
A hot video/song has been circulating the internet since it was uploaded on September 30th, and I only saw it last night. A dance group (turned pop group I’m assuming?) called Kazaky released a song with accompanying music video, called “In The Middle.” The four guys, named Oleg, Arthur, Stas and Cyril, are from the Ukraine.
The video is incredibly hot & sexy (and the guys have incredible bodies) but on top of that, the dancing is fierce!
Eat your heart out – or Ke$ha will, with her upcoming album titled Cannibal. So she goes from Animal to Cannibal? Apparently it’s a companion to her first – how matchy matchy. There will be eight new tracks as well as a remix included on the album which comes out November 22nd.
“This year has been carnivorous and life-changing. I have my rowdy, gorgeous fans to thank for taking me on the ride of a lifetime. My only goal with this record is to keep them dancing. The songs on Cannibal were made to inspire people to ignore any hate or judgment and be themselves unapologetically. It’s the perfect companion to Animal and I hope you guys like it. And if you don’t like it – bite me.”
Welcome to tonight’s performance recap. Its getting tougher but the votes from tonight will determine who makes it to the finale as your Top 6. Tonight’s judges include usuals Jean-Marc Genereux, Tre Armstrong, and guest judges Sergio Trujillo and Rex Harrington. Tonight, each couple will dance their routine plus each dancer will perform a solo in their own style.
Janick and Mackenzie have Hip Hop with Luther Brown and you can tell by them running around him in circles in their opening package that they’re excited. Mackenzie says he has been praying to the Hip Hop gods to finally get this style. Well Mackenzie, you have your wish. Luther explains that the piece is all about the swagger. As the routine begins I 150% HATE their PVC outfits. You can’t have a swagger hip hop routine with those costumes. #FAIL. (Patrick inserted his pun here… ‘scratch those cat woman outfits’) I did appreciate the one moment where Janick leaned up against Mackenzie and did two leg/booty pumps. Overall, not my favorite. Loved the song though. (Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See – Busta Rhymes)
What the judges said: Rex thought it was a great way to start the show. Sergio was impressed that these two contemporary dancers pulled it off. Tre loved it of course and Jean-Marc commended them on their performance.
What I think: YAWN! One of my least favorite Hip Hop routines of the season, hands down. I don’t know what it was but I’m putting my money down on the costumes. Not my fave.
Rihanna‘s new music video was supposed to premiere tonight on MTV and later on AOL, but due to a leak, it was released earlier than planned. “Only Girl (In The World)” was shot by regular Ri-Ri collaborator Anthony Mandler. The entire shoot took place just a few hours outside of Los Angeles. With the rosy hue of the video, you would’ve never guessed. It’s a beautifully shot video. A perfect match for an equally beautiful singer and hot dance track.
Some people abhor Rihanna’s new fiery red locks, but I love it. I think it even inspired the coloring of the shoot. She looks radiantly stunning and more importantly… happy in the video. The shots of her dancing freely by herself, put a smile to my face. It’s official, my peppy little Barbadian girl is back… making addictive fluffy music. No more depressing “Rated R” material.
“It’s really, really beautifully shot in these crazy, crazy, crazy places… We shot landscapes that we found a couple hours outside of L.A. It looks so unreal. It looks fake, like something out of a postcard with the beautiful hills… We had a lot of sunshine those couple of days, so it really worked with the whole essence of the video. But really, the video just shows this big landscape and the only person there is me.”
I love the fact the video only showcases her and not an army of hoochie-fied backup dancers. It’s just her with copious amounts of balloons, flowers, fireworks and incredible outfits. In fact, she looked like she went straight from her MTV VMA performance to the video shoot. She sports the exact same outfit during a segment of the music video. Now the white tutu and combat boots all make sense.
In a last minute lineup change, Lee DeWyze ditched his intended lead cut for a song no one had ever heard before. “Live It Up” was confirmed to be DeWyze’s lead single from his debut album, but in the 11th hour, the label changed their minds and delivered “Sweet Serendipity” to Ryan Seacrest’s KISS FM show. My guess is, the first track didn’t test well with focus groups and/or received negative feedback from radio program directors.
“Sweet Serendipity” is a upbeat, non-offensive piano-driven track. If you’re a John Mayer fan, then you’re going to love it. It’s something you can see Mayer singing and using as filler for his albums. It’s a sweet mellow song, but a little forgettable. I don’t see it being a huge hit for the Idol winner. Personally, I would’ve thought Lee would’ve gone more of a rock and bluesy route. His post-Idol album will hit stores on November 16th.