Tuesday, November 28, 2017

So different is the new song by Taylor Swift

If you thought that Taylor Swift had shown her hard side in "Bad Blood" and proved that she would not let the haters and competitors push her around, then I have to disappoint you: there is much more!

In her new song "Look what you made me do", which Taylor announced yesterday quite unexpectedly for today, the Pop-princess expects everything that gets in her way - including her own past.

And as a listener, you're not just wondering what the Taylor in the video did badly, but also who she wrote in lines like "I do not like your perfect crime I do not like your perfect crime as you laugh while you're lying, you said the gun is mine, it's not cool, I like you not. ") sings.

Of course, many people now say that Taylor Swift does not settle for an exchange with an ex with her new song, but with Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. The drama between the three stars has been going on for a while now. And also from the lyrics, it would be fitting that Taylor sings the second verse on the beef with the two:

I do not like your keys to the kingdom.
They once belonged to me.
You ask me for a place to sleep.
Locked me out and threw a feast (
The world moves on, another day, another drama) (The world goes on, a new drama every day)
But not for me, all I think about is karma (But not for me, all I'm thinking of is karma)
And then the world moves on, but one thing's for sure (Then the world goes on and one thing is for sure)

Maybe I got mine, but you'll all get yours (I got what I deserve, but you will all)

Monday, October 30, 2017

Terrifyingly thin? This is what Tara Reid looks like today

When Tara Reid made her big break with American Pie in 1999, she was just 24 years old. But after the big success came the deep crash. Instead of making new film roles, the blonde is making headlines over various party excesses, beauty surgeries, and her heavy, alarming weight swings.

Compared to the US-American celebrity portal "E! News "Tara Reid comments on the many rumors surrounding her very slim figure in July:" People always say I'm not eating. I eat all the time. They call me 'frighteningly thin' ... Everyone knows I eat more than anyone else. I'm just a thin girl. "That the blonde was always very slim, can not be denied. But the pictures of the last year are a bit worrying - Taras body looks bony, almost unhealthy.

But the actress protests to the portal "Page Six": "I feel as well as in years no more. If you have something to do, life is good. When you work, life is good. Only when you have nothing to do will you go crazy. "

But no matter how a person looks, whether thin, fat, bony or plump - as long as he or she feels comfortable in her body and is healthy, no one should make a rash judgment. And not only fat-shaming, as curvy women or chubby men suffer, is terribly hurtful, but also skinny-shaming . Tara Reid now knows how to handle the hate comments on her social media channels. In conversation with "E! News "She describes:" In my life, I have experienced a lot of bullying and I know how it feels and how much it hurts ... What people do not realize is that there are so many types of bullying: social media - Bullying, cyberbullying , physical bullying, psychological bullying. "

We hope for the actress to make it into the headlines again with great movies and not because of her character - and that will be faster than expected! For this year their new movie "Sharknado 5" is due to be released in German cinemas.

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Eminem: Potentially your savings or love yourseltLose yourself

It’s the classic hip-hop success story: Up-from-the-streets rapper proves himself through hard-fought struggle for recognition, gets his big break, becomes wildly famous, struggles with addiction, gets clean, then has his back catalog of music become part of an IPO. The American dream!

The truth is that digital music streaming, as beloved as it is amongst listeners for its accessibility and cheapness, just doesn’t make all that much money for artists. But there is good news yet. Streaming is so popular these days that it’s actually growing the once-dying music business—giving the industry a lift for the first time in decades, and offering a glimmer of hope to the producers and musicians who had been watching profits crash down year after year.

And although fans and potential investors shouldn’t expect their favorite hip-hop artist to be sitting at shareholders meetings next to them (“Eminem is not involved in any deals for the sale of recording royalties and has no connection to this company,” his rep says), it’s nonetheless an unusual and possibly appealing situation. After all, “Royalty Flow (feat. the Bass Brothers)” has a nice ring to it.