It only seems like yesterday when we found out about La Leah D.’s shotgun wedding. Now, another celeb couple has followed suit.
Hello gorgeous people of the world!
I’m back! Well, after some LJ withdrawal I suppose. It’s not that I wasn’t updated with the goings-on of Lala fandom land, life just happens. You don’t know how long I’ve stared at my computer with the blinking cursor sort of hypnotizing me while I try to come up with something to say just to get me started.
"American singer Leah Dizon, 22, now eight months pregnant (or seven months as it is counted in the West) was back in the spotlight on Monday an event in Harajuku on Tuesday held to celebrate the second anniversary of the opening of Ameba Studio, which airs programs hosted by celebrities over the Internet.
It was the first time Dizon had appeared before fans since the last concert of her national tour in October, at which she announced she was pregnant and had gotten married to Japanese stylist Bun, 29. Dizon wore a dress designed by her husband and was all smiles in front of the 200 fans in attendance. She apologized for surprising everybody last October with the news of her pregnancy and marriage, and spoke of her intention to resume working after the baby is born.
Her baby girl is due in late April. Dizon said the baby sometimes felt as if it were dancing, and at other times like an alien was going to fly out, referring to the movie “Alien.” When asked if she wanted her baby to follow in her footsteps and enter the world of show biz, Dizon said she wanted her girl to become a scientist or an astronaut. "
Wow. That outfit is really (to be blunt about it) ugly. The color is all wrong, it looks like a seaweed with scales on it, which is always a bad thing. It made her look older – like a bored office lady or something. It just did not do Leah Dizon any justice. Bad husband!
LOL sorry I couldn’t help it. Anyways, a baby girl, huh. Certainly she’s gonna be a gorgeous baby – let’s just hope she won’t be another Leah Dizon in the making.
Okay. So I was browsing around my latest posts and I noticed they’ve become too serious lately. Gah. Idunno why I’ve been so freaking emo lately. Must be PMS. Last time the post was all about celebs and how perfect they are. Let’s go to their other side because now it’s time for some crack! NOTE: This post is off-limits to those who don’t have humor. No hating here kaythanks!
Hello gorgeous people of the world! It’s only a matter of time (well, literally) before the new year starts! So while we wait, let’s countdown to some of the ladies in the KPOP and JPOP celebdom who have caused quite a stir in the year ’08!
I’m baaaaack!!! How is everyone doing? I’ve been in fangirl hibernation for the past few months, can you believe? I mean, seriously. Imagine how it feels like to be cut off from all that glitz and jazz of gorgeous drool inducing hot idols in the idol world and all you get each day is a moundful of workload, an evil grin from your co-worker and a weird look from the person next to you on the train – I’m fandom deprived, driven to the edge of my sanity and quenching for some Jpop Kpop action!!! Ugh. Okay. Got a little overexcited there.
Hey gorgeous people!
It’s quite a busy week for me so lately I’ve been doing mini-posts, I hope it’s okay. And I’ve been planning to watch a TV series or a movie because I want to make a review out of it. It’s been a while since I’ve written one, but I’m not sure which I should do just yet. Maybe depending on whether it’s already out with subs or not… Any suggestions?
Anyways, here’s another mini-post. It’s about Japanese stars which are known for their girl-next-door image or at least people have really gotten familiar with them through their cute slash kawaii looks. But sometimes they have to step outside of the box and explore other images, especially in portraying roles in dramas or movies and photoshoots. It only shows how versatile they are as actresses, but some fans may disagree otherwise. You know how fans get when the little girl they have in their minds start growing up too fast.
Hey it’s me again!
So for next week I’ll be a bit busy so I really made it a point to finish this huge project of collecting photos of celebs in Kimono, Yukata and other traditional Japanese clothing. Due to insistent public demand, here are our favorite gentlemen looking as gorgeous as the ladies did in the previous post. In their case I added pics that showed them wearing warrior gears that I’ve seen in period movies.
Okay, just some fun background info to get us started:
I’ve read somewhere that men’s Kimono, in contrast to the women’s, are more subdued in color, have subtle patterns and have different textures. The most typical color for the formal type would be black and gray. But the casual ones can be seen in brighter colors, and some are worn during the summer or during festivals.
Hello gorgeous people of the world!
First off, sorry for the delayed posts. I’ve been running up and down with chores, work and bouts of laziness lol. Anyhoodles, I’ve always been fascinated with Japanese culture (duh, obviously) and this time I want to highlight one of their traditional clothing – the classic and beautiful Kimono. In college I wrote a research paper about Geisha and later on I wrote a book review on Memoirs of a Geisha and Mineko Iwasaki’s "Geisha, A Life." I wasn’t a fan of the movie, the actors were great, but slightly misplaced, plus there’s a problem with the use of language. But the costume designer was so brilliant, the Kimonos worn by the leads were fantastic.
I entitled the post Visions of Art because wearing a Kimono is like wearing a painting where there’s technique, creativity and style is all at play. And it’s not an easy thing to wear, nor is it easy to put on. Its creation takes real skill and expertise. It also reflects the country’s seasons, the people’s feelings, emotions and ultimately, the Japanese way of life.