With a tribute to Disney and her ”Mouse House,” teen spun superstardom, Miley Cyrus‘ new tattoo says a few things. Following up with her “just breathe” tattoo across her ribs, Smilers new piece in ink on her right ear, says: “Love.”
E! News quotes Smilers as saying: “There’s so much negativity in the world and what you only need to hear is all the love. People try to say to me, ‘I just heard someone say this or that about you,’ and I just ignore it because it’s irrelevant. Love is what makes the world go around, and that’s all we need to focus on.”
[Simbiotic subtext of the still image: Love is in the Air. Love is on The Air. Or more specifically, My Love is On Ear/Air--both funny and clever as a pop star as she says, buy my music and Mickey Mouse's ear looks like this today].
I love this kid. Smilers is always so smart. And dating an Australian, Liam Hemsworth, she also gives a tribute to Baz Luhrmann and Paul Mercurio with the theme song, from their movie about freedom from oppression that can only be found in the dance of one’s own rhythm of a shared life. Here’s some Strictly Ballroom.
And from a teen’s tattoo, to dance and film–if you’d like a “good read” about forbidden young love for a fiesty teen girl character called, Haja bin Kanaan, the same age as Miley, go here to buy the book Courage To Love for good perennial reading. The novel is set on the Gaza strip, where like Cyrus’ fresh ink, Love [too] is in the Air. For a good audio book read, click on this unique book’s cover, for a right treat.
–Beverly Hills, Toluca Lake and Hollywood Pop Art at its Best. June 2010. Let’s go kids!–
[Nicole Kidman is pictured dressed in Bollywood attire in Baz Luhrmann's Moulin Rouge film masterpiece. She has some serious eyebrows going on]
Reports the Herald Sun, Australian director, Baz Luhrmann wants to go Bollywood. Says Baz who is in Indian at the moment:
“We want to create the right piece, for the right story, so that it can be told well,” Luhrmann said. “It’s my dream to make a movie in India.”
Luhrmann has met one of Bollywood’s leading actors, Amitabh Bachchan. Who knows, the two filmmaking legends might join forces. Bollywood is all about 2 1/2 hour long films, so let’s see what the script looks like. Exciting news!
[Image courtesy of HWT Image Library & Sujeet Kumaar]
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 2.3.2010~
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In their movie, Australia, Hugh Jackman and Nicole Kidman represented a couple emerging from economic corruption that threaten their existence in the Australian outback as they pioneer to build Australia as a Western nation. Nicole Kidman’s character, transitions from an entitled lady, to a woman who rolls up her sleeves as says ‘I am as capable as any man.’ The rest of the movie, is about Australia at war.
The inclusion of war in Australia, had many movie critics miffed. It was like ‘there were two separate movies stuck together,’ many critics said, about the disjointed, ad-on nature of the Australia at war movie scenes in Baz Luhrmann’s film. The enemy were depicted as being Asian in the film. Not cool, but it made reference to Australia’s past war efforts, I suppose.
Who in Hollywood, had a last minute word in Baz’s ear, to include a war segment in his film? And why were Baz and Hugh Jackman, both rewarded on Grammys night, to bring the wartime era Musical back? Grammy night critics, were left scratching their heads, asking, ‘Is this 1936 already? The spotlight on Hugh and Baz was interesting, especially, when Australia as a film got very little Hollywood and worldwide recognition from film critics. Why did the academy feel to reward it so heavily on Entertainment’s big night.
Personally, I loved the film, enjoy Jackman, Kidman and Luhrmann’s talents immensely, but am just pointing this out, that Australia was given the job of doing a wartime press release to the world for America!
It asks the question, is Australia and the western world, gearing up to go to war?
There is nothing like funny, pleasant and down to earth Aussie’s on any Hollywood red carpet. It is so refreshing and Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman, both are just that.
Here they are saying a big “Konichiwa” shout out, in Tokyo for the Japanese premier of their movie, Australia directed by Baz Luhrmann. For most of the red carpet affair, Nicole carefully had her hands placed over her stomach, which has set off the pregnancy rumor mill again for the Aussie starlet. Nicole has a one year old daughter, Sunday Rose, with husband, Australian country singer Keith Urban.
Hugh of course, looks as cool, calm and collected as an Aussie bloke should do, at any given occasion! Nice Press Hugh & Nic! Hi Japan!!!
and Hugh Jackman as they lead America in celebrating that: “The Musical is Back.”
Featuring Baz Luhrmann’s choreography with musical castmates Zac Efron & Vanessa Hudgens of High School Musical; Amanda Seyfred and Dominique of Mama Mia. It almost feels like wartime ya’ll, with this performance. Love it. But lets hope we’re not mobilizing in that war way… at least not too soon, in the near future of world history. Kinda scary. What lies ahead? Where we might have to go to war with other nations in the world? & have shows turned on like this to cheer our internationally global selves up? Anyway, back to showbiz in Hollywood…
This number features, Australia, the UK and America, united in popular songs of box office busting musical films, that are set to a wartime cabaret show tunes tone. The message is that we will be enjoying the musical in our near futures. They lift morale and that’s good to unify and rally in times of recession. What a tremendous moment led by Aussieman and Ozcarz host, Hugh Jackman. Nice job!
Perhaps this means that Beyonce and Hugh Jackman have a decent chance of winning their first Oscars now that the musical is back in full force! It worked for Jennifer Hudson and Catherine Zeta Jones, so why not?! And after Beyonce has caught the eye of the new President, Barack Obama and First Lady, Michelle Obama, performing in the box seat on their special Inaugural Day and Night celebrations that made world history (… At Last change is finally happening!!!), I think Beyonce will win that Oscar before too long. She is the pick of entertainment of America’s first couple. Like their personal laureate of performance, music and song.
She is the center of show business in the new America. Watch all of her official career performances closely from here. She’s transcended just being a singer and an actress now. Instead, she’s an unofficial Ambassador of Arts, Entertainment & Culture here in America, and yes… Hugh Jackman you nailed it when you said that The Musical is black. Got your black top hats, white ties and red tassels ready?
Like inaugural day, where black, white and red were the predominant colors of President Obama’s monumental swearing in occasion on Washington Mall a month ago (even Dr Biden wore red and black), this Oscars musical number reflects those same color themes and tastes too of the new president’s dress tastes and color palate. Indeed, we have begun the age of New World Empire. They are the colors of the new age of Empire under President Obama, a new and exciting world leader and perhaps too an oracle of an emerging order of new world leadership; not just American leadership. He has been groomed for such a time as this.
Anyway, enough about the politics of the future world! In the meantime we’re at the Oscars, and like the Aussieman Hugh Jackman said, put your top hat on and enjoy this little number. Very cool!
by the way: black, white and red – are the official colors of the Maori of New Zealand