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Wednesday, 12 May 2010

Music Stardom Are Fuzzier Than Ever

By Georges Louis

Music stardom are planning to hold a series of gigs. More women get cancer tests after TV star jade's death. Health experts yesterday revealed reality TV star jade goody's cancer death has boosted demand for cervical smear tests.

Music stardom are the last thing his dad wants to hear about, especially since he's seen the dark side of the music biz. But romeo's determined to let his talent speak for itself.

"in early 2006 Akin met mcy who opened up many more opportunities. With all the hard work, determination, and talent, Akin is becoming one of the hottest young rnb artists on the scene. Look out for her debut album later this year.

Music stardom are squashed by her faulty label contract owned by two dirt bags. Nick Carr (Harvey Kestrel) runs a shady management group, while Linda's manager, a gangster-wannabe lowlife named Raji (Vince Vaughn), struts around with his gay bodyguard-wannabe-actor (the rock) pretending to be intimidating. Nick and Raji are anything but relieved when chilli steals Linda away from her contract and promises to turn her into a star. Chilli takes Linda to Tommy's old independent record label which is now owned by widowed Edie Athens (Uma Thurman). , is unable to help the protege, as she quickly finds out that her shady husband had been murdered leaving $300,000 in debt to sin Lasalle (Cedric the entertainer), a suburban, white-picket fence gangster record mogul. Sin and his posse (run by Andre 3000), wants their money badly and vows to kill chilli if they don't get it. So we have a rather silly plot where three different groups of people want chilli dead yet somehow, they can't seem to get it together to accomplish anything. What's unfortunate about "be cool" is that they have all the makings of a potential blockbuster but fails on a redundant and tired script. "get shorty" was more cynical and satirical of the industry while "be cool" was simply an excuse to put a stellar cast together and attempt to make a comedy out of it. Vince Vaughn as an Ebonics-speaking nitwit is a routine that becomes equally as annoying as the rock's flamboyant portrayal of a gay aspiring actor. Cedric the entertainer and Andre 3000 are placed in stereotypical roles that do little to amuse. Christina Milian is given ample opportunity to showcase her musical talents (. Including a blazing performance with Aerosmith on stage in a crowded arena. ) but for a character whose the sole center of all the chaos, she somehow manages to escape being involved with, well, anything. Music stardom are fuzzier than ever ? a fact best exemplified by reality-TV shows such as idol and the crossover celebrities they create. Adapts itself to this world with a mix of personality interviews (Donald Trump, Reba Mcentire), in-studio performances (Missy Elliott, Enrique Iglesias) and celeb gossip.

Music stardom are squashed by her faulty label contract owned by two dirt bags. Nick Carr (Harvey Kestrel) runs a shady management group, while Linda's manager, a gangster-wannabe lowlife named Raji (Vince Vaughn), struts around with his gay bodyguard-wannabe-actor (the rock) pretending to be intimidating. Nick and Raji are anything but relieved when chilli steals Linda away from her contract and promises to turn her into a star. Chilli takes Linda to Tommy's old independent record label which is now owned by widowed Edie Athens (Uma Thurman). , is unable to help the protege, as she quickly finds out that her shady husband had been murdered leaving $300,000 in debt to sin Lasalle (Cedric the entertainer), a suburban, white-picket fence gangster record mogul. Sin and his posse (run by Andre 3000), wants their money badly and vows to kill chilli if they don't get it. So we have a rather silly plot where three different groups of people want chilli dead yet somehow, they can't seem to get it together to accomplish anything. What's unfortunate about "be cool" is that they have all the makings of a potential blockbuster but fails on a redundant and tired script. "get shorty" was more cynical and satirical of the industry while "be cool" was simply an excuse to put a stellar cast together and attempt to make a comedy out of it. Vince Vaughn as an Ebonics-speaking nitwit is a routine that becomes equally as annoying as the rock's flamboyant portrayal of a gay aspiring actor. Cedric the entertainer and Andre 3000 are placed in stereotypical roles that do little to amuse. Christina Milian is given ample opportunity to showcase her musical talents (. Including a blazing performance with Aerosmith on stage in a crowded arena. ) but for a character whose the sole center of all the chaos, she somehow manages to escape being involved with, well, anything. Music stardom are fuzzier than ever ? a fact best exemplified by reality-TV shows such as idol and the crossover celebrities they create. Adapts itself to this world with a mix of personality interviews (Donald Trump, Reba Mcentire), in-studio performances (Missy Elliott, Enrique Iglesias) and celeb gossip.

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