Saturday, June 7, 2014

2014 FIFA World Cup:Ole Ola or La La La?

It's Ole Ola vs  La La La as Fifa anthem gets Brazilians hot under the collar.The biggest rivalry of the World Cup may not even be on the field, but in the competitive world of commercial music.The 2014 FIFA World Cup is fast approaching as fans and organizers alike gear up for the largest international men's football tournament.
 
To be held at the summery lands of Brazil, the World Cup shall feature 32 of the best football teams of the world to battle it out against each other.

The song recorded by rapper Pitbull in collaboration with Jennifer Lopez and Brazilian singer Claudia Leitte was chosen by FIFA as the official anthem of the 2014 World Cup.


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Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Rihanna ''naked'' at CFDA Fashion Awards

Rihanna flashes boobs and more in sheer crystal gown at CFDA Fashion Awards.The sexy singer left little to the imagination in a totally sheer glittering gown at Monday night's star-studded awards bash.It had been a while since risqué pop beauty Rihanna had made made a grand red carpet entrance.But that all changed on Monday night.The sultry singer ensured all eyes were on her as she worked the red carpet at the CFDA Fashion awards - or the "Oscars of fashion" - held in New York.



With no bra and just a teeny tiny flesh coloured thong to protect her modesty, the 26-year-old star was flashing a whole heap of flesh under the floor-skimming fishnet custom Adam Selman dress.
Drake's on-off girlfriend completed her eye-popping slinky sheer outfit with a Swarovski crystal embellished headscarf and over the elbow gloves, a pink fur stole, and smoky eyes.

Pregnant Mila Kunis displays her baby bump!

Pregnant Mila Kunis proudly displays her blossoming baby bump in tight black top as she and Ashton Kutcher visit her parents
Pregnant Mila Kunis looks blooming as she pays a visit to her parents with fiance Ashton Kutcher.

Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher
Mila Kunis has been snapped displaying her growing baby bump as she paid a visit to her parents house on Sunday.
The mommy-to-be and fiancé Ashton Kutcher visited with her parents Sunday in L.A., and Mila wasn't shy about putting her burgeoning baby bump out on display!

Proud mommy: Mila Kunis put her blossoming bump on display in a tight black shirt as she visited her parent's house in Los Angeles on Sunday
The 30-year-old Jupiter Ascending star wore a tight black tank top, drawing attention to her adorably protruding belly button. She paired her chic yet simple shirt with black sweats and flip-flops, throwing her up in a messy (but cute!) bun and wearing no makeup--just a pair of aviator shades to shield her face from the sun.

Are you ready? Mila was sure to get her father Mark Kunis excited to be a grandfather

Monday, June 2, 2014

Indian women protest over rise in sexual violence!

Police have used water cannons to disperse hundreds of women protesting against a rise in violence against women in the Indian state where two teenagers were gang-raped and later found hanging from a tree.
The protesters in Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh state, were demonstrating outside the office of the top elected official, Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, demanding that he crack down on an increasing number of rape and other attacks on women and girls.
Hundreds of police officers, including female officers, pushed and shoved the protesters before deploying water cannons to disperse them.
The protesters also demanded that the government curb police indifference, which they said was encouraging attacks on women.Police failed to take any action when the father of one of the girls reported to police that the two cousins were missing. Two police officers were fired for dereliction of duty after the girls were found gang-raped and killed.
One of their fathers said police took more than 12 hours to respond to his report that the girls were missing. He said if the police had acted promptly, they could have been rescued.Mr Yadav has recommended a federal inquiry, but his government has been widely accused of a lackadaisical approach toward women’s safety.
India has a long history of tolerance of sexual violence, but the attack on the girls has caused outrage across the nation.
Activists and ordinary people said it was as if nothing had changed since the December 2012 fatal gang rape of a 23-year-old woman aboard a moving bus in New Delhi, India’s capital.
The nationwide outcry following that attack led the federal government to push through legislation doubling prison terms for rapists to 20 years and criminalising voyeurism, stalking and the trafficking of women.
The law also makes it a crime for officers to refuse to register cases when complaints are made.

Thursday, May 15, 2014

Rihanna performing live Man Down,amazing!

One of Rihanna's most amazing song performed live...so Rum pa pa pam
Rum pa pa pam.......

I didn't mean to end his life
I know it wasn't right
I can't even sleep at night
Can't get it off my mind
I need to get out of sight
Before I end up behind bars

What started out as a simple altercation
Turns into a real sticky situation
Me just thinking on the time that I'm facing
Makes me wanna cry

'Cause I didn't mean to hurt him
Could've been somebody's son
And I took his heart when
I pulled out that gun

Rum pa pa pam
Rum pa pa pam
Rum pa pa pam
Man down
Rum pa pa pam
Rum pa pa pam
Rum pa pa pam
Man down

oh mama, mama, mama
I just shot a man down
In central station
In front of a big old crowd
Oh why, oh why

Oh, mama, mama, mama
I just shot a man down
In central station
It's a 22, I call her Peggy Sue
When she fits right down in my shoes
What you expect me to do
If you're playing me for a fool
I will lose my cool

And reach for my fire arm
I didn't mean to lay him down
But it's too late to turn back now
Don't know what I was thinking
Now he's no longer living
So I'm 'bout to leave town

'Cause I didn't mean to hurt him
Could've been somebody's son
And I took his heart when
I pulled out that gun

Rum pa pa pam
Rum pa pa pam
Rum pa pa pam
Man down
Rum pa pa pam
Rum pa pa pam
Rum pa pa pam
Man down

oh mama, mama, mama
I just shot a man down
In central station
In front of a big old crowd
Oh why, oh why
Oh, mama, mama, mama
I just shot a man down
In central station
Said, I never thought I'd do it
Never thought I'd do it
Never thought I'd do it, oh gosh
What ever happened to me

Ever happened to me, ever happened to me
Why did I pull de trigger
Pull de trigger, pull de trigger, boom
And end a nigga, end a niggas life so soon
When me pull de trigger, pull de trigger, pull it 'pon you
Somebody tell me what I'm gonna, what I'm gonna do

Rum pa pa pam
Rum pa pa pam
Rum pa pa pam
Me say wah man down (A weh me say)
Rum pa pa pam
Rum pa pa pam
Rum pa pa pam

When me went downtown
'Cause now I am a criminal, criminal, criminal
Oh lord have mercy now I am a criminal
Man down
Tell the judge please give me minimal
Run out of town,
None of dem can see me now, see me now
Oh, mama, mama, mama
I just shot a man down
In central station
In front of a big old crowd
Oh why, oh why
Oh, mama, mama, mama
I just shot a man down
In central station

Bad reviews for ''Grace of Monaco'' starring Nicole Kidman at Cannes Film Festival!

Movies may be the main attraction, but the Cannes Film Festival always offers an array of cartoonish pleasures outside the screening rooms.

A stroll around town on Tuesday evening—less than 24 hours before the event’s official start—did not disappoint. The storied Grand Hotel bar patio found the usual mix of slick Hollywood types loudly talking business, slapping each other on the back and exchanging cards. Deliciously bad techno thumped from the clubs that line the Croisette, as young women teetered along in too-high heels. And a very famous French producer proceeded to get spectacularly drunk at a restaurant, making off-color jokes and getting handsy with various female companions who giggled and shook their heads at his incorrigible ways. The expression on the face of a journalist who arrived for a scheduled interview with the industry heavyweight was worth every euro I shelled out for my over-priced drink.
If only this year’s opening film was a fraction as entertaining.
Indeed, the festival took off, and quickly came crashing down to earth, Wednesday with Grace of Monaco, a dreadful Grace Kelly biopic that earned boos and hisses from a rightfully irritated press at the morning screening.
Olivier Dahan’s movie, starring Nicole Kidman as the Hollywood-actress-turned-European-princess, has been making headlines for years at this point. First, Prince Albert II and his sisters, Princesses Caroline and Stephanie, slammed the screenplay—to which they were granted advance access—for “major historical inaccuracies.” Then Frenchman Dahan accused US distributor Harvey Weinstein of “re-editing” his opus into a “commercial” movie that “looked like a trailer.” Finally, the festival’s artistic director, Thierry Frémaux, reassured everyone that, Cannes being Cannes, the version of Grace of Monaco shown on the French Riviera would be the auteur’s cut.
Watching the film, one wonders if Father Harvey knew best.
Uninspiring from its first frame to its last, Grace of Monaco is a piece of hagiographic fluff that cobbles together tropes from other recent biopics of famous women who just wanted to, you know, live and love without the pressure of public expectation (DianaMy Week with Marilyn, and, though it pains me to say it, Sofia Coppola’s great Marie Antoinette).
Dahan hinges his story on two dubiously intertwined developments: Kelly’s conflicted feelings about possibly returning to Hollywood to star in Hitchcock’sMarnie and the standoff between her husband, Prince Rainier III (played by Tim Roth), and French President Charles de Gaulle over Monaco’s status as a tax haven.
The director drains any potential juice from the personal and political dramas of Kelly’s life as a royal by coating his film in an insipid biopic gloss. Christopher Gunning’s score swells as Dahan’s camera glides through sumptuous parties (at which we are given cursory introductions to luminaries like Maria Callas and Aristotle Onassis), and characters speak in sound bites and platitudes. There’s not an unfamiliar beat in the entire movie.Dahan’s Edith Piaf biopic La Vie en Rose was hardly great art, but powered by Marion Cotillard’s searing turn, it at least had a pulse. Grace of Monaco is utterly lethargic.
This is the world’s premiere film festival—and the sun is shining for now—so let’s put an optimistic spin on things: after an opening film like that, things can only get better. 

Friday, May 2, 2014

New York City Subway Train Derails in Queens!

A Manhattan-bound F train derailed Fridaymorning in Queens, injuring at least four people, and hundreds of passengers were being taken out of the tunnel through a sidewalk grate. The express F train was bound for Manhattan and Brooklyn when it derailed at 10:40 a.m. about 1,200 feet from the 65th station in Woodside, a spokeswoman for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority said.

Dozens of firefighters and paramedics with stretchers converged on Broadway and 60th Street, where some later passengers calmly left the tunnel through a sidewalk exit. A few were treated on stretchers.It wasn't immediately clear how many passengers were on board. A rescue train had been sent.
New York City's subway system is one of the largest public transportation systems in the world with an average of 5.5 million rides on weekdays. The F train runs through Queens, New York City's largest borough, under the East River and down Manhattan, then bends back under the East River into Brooklyn.
Derailments are relatively rare in the subway system. The last major derailment was in August 1991, when a No. 4 train came off the tracks at Union Square. Five people were killed and more than 200 were injured. The motorman, who was drunk at the time of the accident, was convicted of manslaughter and sentenced to 15 years in prison.
Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/2014/05/02/6373292/nyc-transit-agency-subway-train.html#storylink=cpy

FDNY responded to the Broadway and 60th Street area in Woodside, and reported heavy smoke conditions. Four people had minor injuries, FDNY said.
  • Chopper 4 showed firefighters going underground through a sidewalk grate, and helping people out, including a woman with a child. The train that derailed was on the express track. There is a local stop near there at 65th Street.The MTA could not immediately say how many wheels derailed.