Lindsay Price is pictured here with Brooke Shields. It’s Lindsay’s 34th birthday today and on this blog–we rock Asian-Americans out to be all that they can be and want to be.
Happy Birthday sweetheart.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 12.6.10~
Angelina Jolie’s face – becomes the target of rumors today on Star Magazine who claim “blah, blah, blah.” She must look at these tabloids and give one eye roll (only), before she moves on with her day.
Brooke Shields is mad about fur in Copenhagen–much to PETA’s horror (good on her!) and Star Trek’s Zachary Quinto turns 33 today. What a baby! :)
Here’s how your top ten entertainment and celebrity news posts today in Hollywood–as we continue to celebrate Merata Mita –one of the greatest indigenous peoples’ filmmakers who ever lived. I loved her. More on her inspiring life later today. Thanks everyone.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 6.2.2010~
Brooke Shields, the grown up Miley Cyrus, who has spent most of her life in the public eye than not, has decided to write her own memoirs book. In particular, Shields is going to spill the beans, on her two year marriage to Andre Agassi and his awful temper tantrums he used to throw at her in a series of bizarre jealous melt downs.
Brooke Shields has had quite a year. Her show got cancelled, Kiefer Sutherland headbutted a rude paparazzi in her defense creating headlines and; the death of her childhood, show biz friend Michael Jackson propelled Brooke into the spotlight once again to comfort America in his death.
These factors along with discussing her own battle with body image her whole life, garnered Brooke shields the 24th Top spot this year in Hollywood on Horiwood.Com.
What a true honey Brooke Shields is. Rock on!
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 12.9.09~
The Lolita effect, that launched child actress, Brooke Shields to superstardom, as a ten year old has been on display in Britain’s Tate Museum for years now.
A nude photo of ten year old Shields called Spiritual America 1983, has recently been updated with an adult nude of Shields, Spiritual America 2005.
Nice. Much classier!
Art is art but children should never be the victim of aestheticism that breaches their human rights.
Love this story today. Nice one London! You’re leading by example.
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Michael Jackson’s Memorial Tribute began with THIS AMAZING SONG by grammy winner Andre Crouch in LA. From Hollywood, here are you top 10 posts on Horiwood.Com as we say farewell to The King of Pop, from the City of Angels.
Said Brooke Shields: “Michael was one of a kind. I was thinking of when we first met and the captions of the photographs of us together. Thecaption said, “an odd couple.” But at 13 when we first met, it was so natural. I used to joke with him, as I started in show business at 11 months, and he started at 5 years of age, I call him a “slacker.”
Michael could always count on me, that I could be his date and that we would have fun. We had a bond, because we both had grown up in the spotlight. Both of us needed to be adults very early, but when we were together, we were two little kids having fun. We never collaborated together, we never performed together on the same stage, although he did try one night to teach me the moonwalk, unsuccessfully.
We never filmed a video, but what we did do was laugh. It was a competition to see who made the other laugh more, or be the silliest. He adored it when impersonations or told him story of his life.
MJ’s laugh was one of the most beautiful sounds I’ve ever known.
When he started wearing the glove, I said:”What’s up with the glove?” When you hold my hand it better be with the unsequined hand, because sequins hurt me.”
He was caring, funny, honest, pure, non-jaded and he was a lover of life. He cared so deeply for his friends, family and his fans. He was often referred to as The King, but the Michael I knew reminded me of the little prince.”
“Lamps must be protected, a gust of wind can blow them out. Michael’s sensitivity was more incredible then his talent. You have to look with the heart, what’s most important is invisible.”
Michael’s favorite song was a song that Charlie Chaplin wrote for the film, Modern Times. It’s called Smile… it says “Smile, Though your hearts are aching.”
11.40 AM, 7.7.09, The Staples Center, Los Angeles, California, USA
Jermaine Jackson, sung Smile, after Brooke Shields spoke. It’s quite profound that Jermaine Jackson wore one white sequined glove. The mantle of the male Jackson performers, now rests on Jermaine for America and the world. To be able to perform like that in grief, Jermaine is so strong! …
Just smile… ya’ll is MJ’s message. Charlie Chaplin’s penned lyrics of Smile, that Nat King Cole made famous, and that Jermaine Jackson sung for Michael, follow: (more…)
Michael Jackson’s public and private memorial services dominate news tonight here in Hollywood. Multiple Grammy Awards winner, Andrae Crouch was one of the surprise VIP guests announced by the Jackson family to attend Michael’s public memorial service.
Here’s the unforgettable Andre Crouch, appropriately singing his 70s gospel hit, Soon and very Soon, (We are going to see the King).
Expect Andre’s vocal arrangements to feature at Michael Jackson’s Memorial tribute on TV.
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The Jackson family have announced that an all star line up will be attending, Michael Jackson’s Memorial Service at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Tuesday.
VIP attendees announced by the Jackson family are:
Kobe Bryant; Mariah Carey; Andrae Crouch Choir; Berry Gordy; Jennifer Hudson; Shaheen Jafargholi; Magic Johnson; Martin Luther King III; Bernice A. King; John Mayer; Lionel Richie; Smokey Robinson; Rev. Al Sharpton; Brooke Shields; Pastor Lucious Smith; Usher; and Stevie Wonder.
The Andre Crouch choir are amazing! I saw Andre Crouch perform in New Zealand when I was a wee hori kid. MJ’s memorial service is understandably the big (unexpected) entertainment event of the year. The Andre Crouch choir are performing here Man In The Mirror with Michael Jackson at the Grammys in 1988. Crouch famously did the vocal arrangements on this MJ hit.
Brooke Shields mourns the death of her dear friend Michael Jackson. We feel her sadness.
”My heart is overcome with sadness for the devastating loss of my true friend Michael. He was an extraordinary friend, artist and contributor to the world. I join his family and his fans in celebrating his incredible life and mourning his untimely passing.“