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The youngster has showed his wares online previously – we cannot rule out the possibility he even was involved in the editing process and uploading of the video – and after impressing Shaquille O’Neill and Kobe Bryant, he has switched his attention to Hollywood actors.
Cooper and Tatum play second fiddle to the rising international star, though when you see Titus’ skillset, you will see there is no great shame in that statement. And it’s not the first time he has got the better of Channing either.
If he’s this good when he’s two…
Alyssa Milano isn’t crazy about pink. “I was in Dodger Stadium, and I was freezing—it was the beginning of the season, before the poop smell sets in,” says the star of TV’s Who’s the Boss? and Charmed, recalling a baseball game she attended eight years ago. “I went into the store to get something warm to wear. And I was offended.” The only color available in women’s clothing was pink. “Their answer for female sports apparel back then was ‘pink it and shrink it.’ It was either that or buy something from the kids’ section. Which I did. I got a kid’s hoodie.” In Dodger blue.
Milano, 40, figured she could do better than the mini Pepto-Bismol tees. So in 2007 she paid a fashion illustrator to draw some less boxy, team-color-appropriate clothing. Her agent happened to be friends with someone at Major League Baseball’s marketing division and got her a meeting with some execs. They liked her idea enough to set her up with former New York Giant Carl Banks, who runs the sports clothing collection for G-III Apparel Group, the $1.2 billion company that has licensing deals with Levi’s, Guess? (GES), Calvin Klein (PVH), and the major sports leagues. G-III Apparel agreed to manufacture and distribute her nascent line, Touch by Alyssa Milano, which had this motto: “Where the game meets the after party.”
Taylor Swift earned top honors at the 2013 American Music Awards Sunday night in Los Angeles, winning artist of the year in the fan-voted event. The country/pop starlet beat out fellow nominees Macklemore & Lewis, Rihanna, Bruno Mars and Justin Timberlake.
“My lucky number is 13, and so far you guys have made 2013 the most magical year so far,” she said to her fans during her acceptance speech. “I’m 23 and I have no idea what’s going to happen to me…I love you so much. It’s unbelievable.” Swift, donning a short gold dress, also received the favorite country album honor for “Red.” She said, “I cannot believe what you’ve done in the last year. This album came out almost exactly a year ago and the fact that 6 million of you went out and bought it is crazy.. Thank you, you are everything to me. I really appreciate this.” Swift thanked radio when she received yet another awards — favorite female country artist. [..]
As Source Code director Duncan Jones readies his video game adaptation Warcraft to begin filming in January 2014, a steady feed of information about the film has been released – far more than some other blockbusters opening in late 2015.
Test footage was teased during Comic-Con, Vikings star Travis Fimmel‘s casting has been confirmed, concept art and plot details have emerged, but besides Fimmel, at this point it’s not clear just who else will be joining the cast. Paul Dano (Prisoners), Anton Yelchin (Star Trek) and Anson Mount (Hell on Wheels) are said to be on a shortlist for supporting parts, with Paula Patton (Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol) and Colin Farrell reportedly offered leading roles. [..]
Voters named LA Connection Comedy Theatre the Best Comedy Club in the Los Angeles area for 2013. To determine the winner, voters had more than 20 nominees to choose from. Congratulations to LA Connection Comedy Theatre!
To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address, documentarian Ken Burns, along with numerous partners, has launched a national effort to encourage everyone in America to video record themselves reading or reciting the speech.The collection of recordings housed on this site will continue to grow as more and more people are inspired by the power of history and take the challenge to LEARN THE ADDRESS.
They’re patriotic, cozy, cute, stylish, practical and warm. Annnnnd…(this is a big “and”) they’re all made in the USA. We’re talking Ralph Lauren’s closing ceremony parade uniforms along with casual village wear for American athletes participating in the 2014 U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia which were unveiled earlier this week.
You might remember the huge hubbub during the 2012 games in London, when the word got out that much of the American athletes’ ceremonial uniforms produced by the designer, were made overseas, including in China.
The powers at Ralph Lauren took note. “We have worked incredibly hard as a company to go across America to find the best partners to help us produce the Olympic uniforms at the highest quality for the best athletes in the world,” David Lauren, Ralph Lauren Corp.’s executive vice president of advertising, marketing and corporate communications, told the Associated Press. [..]