Tuesday, September 27, 2016

WILL & GRACE REUNION FOR US ELECTION 2016

I love this. One of the most beloved TV show ever, reunite to encourage everyone to vote.



Friday, September 23, 2016

MALE MODEL PORTRAIT- GRANT (ELMER OLSEN MODELS) BY EDWIN CABRERA

Here are the photos I did with male model Grant from Elmer Olsen Models



Model : Grant (ELMER OLSEN MODELS)
Photographer: Edwin Cabrera (EDWIN CABRERA IMAGES)







SOUNDTRACK OF THE DAY- SHAUN FRANK , DIMITRI VEGAS & LIKE MIKE AND BEACH SEASON

My three favourite new tunes right now.

"LET YOU GET AWAY" BY SHAUN FRANK (FEATURING ASHE)





"STAY A WHILE" BY DIMITRI VEGAS AND LIKE MIKE




Thursday, September 22, 2016

LIST OF MEMORABLE SINGING SCENES BY A FEMALE CHARACTER IN FILMS

Here is the list of some of the memorable singing scenes by a female character in movies.

RITA HAYWORTH - GILDA -"Put The Blame On Mame"

Legendary actress Rita Hayworth’ is probably best known for her performance in the 1946 film noir, “Gilda”, in which she played the femme fatale. One of the most memorable scenes in the film is when she performed the song “Put the Blame On Mame” where she performed a legendary one-glove striptease. It caused a lot of furor from the censors during that time.
Put the Blame on Mame" is a song by Allan Roberts and Doris Fisher. It is originally written for the film Gilda. In keeping with the film character Gilda being "the ultimate femme fatale", the song used the name Mame as a reference to the notorious criminal named Mame who cause of three well-known violent events in American history.







MARLENE DIETRICH - BLUE ANGEL - "Falling in love again "

The film “The Blue Angel” is introduced the iconic actress Marlene Dietrich worldwide. Dietrich played the role of Lola, a sexy cabaret singer who caused the downfall of a respectable schoolmaster (played by Emil Jannings). Her portrayal of an uninhibited woman not only established her stardom but also provided the mold for a modern vixen archetype. The film was shot simultaneously in German- and English-language versions. “The Blue Angel” was banned in Nazi Germany in 1933
"Falling in Love Again (Can't Help It)" (Ich bin von Kopf bis Fuß auf Liebe eingestellt") song was composed by Friedrich Hollaender . It was originally performed in the “The Blue Angel (Der Blaue Engel)”. It became Marlene Dietrich’s anthem. Marlene Die Marlene Dietrich, who also recorded the most famous English version, which became her anthem. The English lyrics were written by Sammy Lerner.






MARILYN MONROE - GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES - "Diamonds are a girl's best friend"

“Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend” is a jazz song about exploiting men for their money and performed by Marilyn Monroe in the film “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes”. The song was listed as the 12th most important film song of all time by the American Film Institute. Marilyn Monroe played gold-digging showgirl Lorelei Lee. The performance of the song occurred in the part of the film when her fiance arrives at the cabaret to see her after his father canceled her letter of credit and forced her to work in a nightclub in France. Diamonds are an element in another story line in the film, in which Lorelei is given a diamond tiara by the mine owner, in gratitude for her recovering the scandalous photographs.
Marilyn Monroe’s performance of the song has been considered iconic that it has been referenced by modern pop artists like Madonna, Kylie Minogue and other. “Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend was written by Jule Styne and Leo Robin.