Sunday, October 25, 2009

Who's ready for dance?

So the Top 20 are chosen. So the "competition" starts Monday with an exhibition-type show (only if the Angels lose game 6 to the Yankees). So two dancers will go home Tuesday after the partner competition begins. So, are you ready for So You Think You Can Dance Season 6?

I am. But if you're not, here is a taste of what this season is all about.

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Saturday, October 24, 2009

Obama family portrait

The official family portrait of the Obamas was taken by Annie Leibovitz, the famed photographer who travels the globe taking photos for Vanity Fair (my personal fav.) and many other publications. It's a beautiful picture of a beautiful family!

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10 at 10 with Michelle Obama

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Glee on EW cover!!!

I am so excited!!! Glee cast members are on the new Entertainment Weekly cover! Can't wait to read it—I LOVE this show!

The Glee cast is also on this week's Must List. Check it out!

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Monday, October 12, 2009

I'm a total Gleek!

This show keeps getting better and better, and now a tour is rumored to be in the works?! AWESOME!!!

Sunday, October 11, 2009

Vanity Fair, Vogue meet 'Nine'

The women of the upcoming film "Nine" grace the covers of my monthly magazines for November. A barely recognizable Penélope Cruz (Oscar winner) is on the cover of Vanity Fair, while she joins Nicole Kidman (Oscar winner), Marion Cotillard (Oscar winner) and Kate Hudson (Oscar nominee) for the cover of Vogue.

The movie, based on the hit Broadway musical of the same name, which itself is based on the film "8 1/2", comes out in December and also stars Daniel Day-Lewis (double Oscar winner), Dame Judi Dench (Oscar winner), Sophia Loren (Oscar winner) and Fergie.

Watch the trailer here. It screams Oscar!

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This week's EW cover

It's really too bad that "Where the Wild Things Are" didn't get the cover of this week's Entertainment Weekly. Instead, David Letterman's blackmail-inspired affair admission beat out the film adaptation of Maurice Sendak's classic children's book.

Maybe I'm just saying that because I'm super excited about the movie's release this Friday—you would be too after months of hype and weeks of fact-checking an article featuring Catherine O'Hara and Forest Whitaker, who voice two of the Wild Things (find it here in the October issue of Delta Sky). I even made a previous post about my excitement for the movie.

If you haven't read the book—read it. If you haven't watched the trailer—watch it. And if you haven't thought about seeing the movie—think about it. It's going to be great!

Obama, Lady Gaga at HRC Dinner

In the first clip, President Obama opens for Lady Gaga. Later, she performs John Lennon's "Imagine" at the Human Rights Campaign Dinner.

SNL's Tampax skit = pure genius

Monday, October 5, 2009

Lights, Camera, Action at Target Field

The lights at the Minnesota Twins' future home, the new Target Field, are on for the first time and will run non-stop through Friday. The outdoor stadium looks fabulous!

(photo via Minnesota Twins)

Gaga on SNL

Love her. Gaga challenged Madonna in an SNL skit, shared an awkward fashion moment with cast member Andy Samberg, and performed Paparazzi and a medley of new single Bad Romance, Love Game and a NY-themed Poker Face. Watch below!

Saturday, October 3, 2009

Wisconsin Wins!!!

The annual Border Battle between the Wisconsin Badgers and the Minnesota Gophers took place earlier this morning. And all that matters is that the Badgers won for the sixth year in a row :) ON WISCONSIN!

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Lady Gagas newest single leaked!

It's called "Bad Romance" and I love it! The leaked version, according to reports, is not the final version so it's going to be much better when it's finally released!

Have you heard it yet? I think Lady Gaga will perform it tonight on SNL, though, she could surprise us all with some other song.

Side note: I think I've found my new favorite website: GagaDaily

Listen to a rough version of the song below: