Nicole Scherzinger says being “sexy” comes naturally to her.
The Pussycat Dolls singer believes inner confidence makes her attractive to the opposite sex, rather than the flesh-flashing outfits she usually wears on stage.
She explained: “Sexy is a confidence that comes from within so I don’t think you have to be all glammed and dolled up to be sexy. I think you could be naturally sexy with jeans and a T-shirt or a skirt. I don’t know if it’s like an inner sense of humour or just a light that shines from within.
“I take the attention from men as a compliment! I think that ultimately comes from a confidence which comes from within so yes, that confidence is empowering.”
Nicole – who is dating Formula One racing driver Lewis Hamilton – believes her self-assurance has grown since she joined the girl group in 2003.
The 31-year-old beauty revealed: “I definitely think the Pussycat Dolls has brought out an inner Pussycat within me. I feel like when I’m onstage and the lights come on, a different persona comes over me. And I just take on a whole other animal or beast. I don’t know if it’s in the lights or if it’s in the fans or just a combination of all of that, but I guess that’s when the Pussycat Doll comes out in me.”
Time flies by and it’s been one whole month already since Michael Jackson passed away.
Michael died at the age of 50, on June 25th after suffering a cardiac arrest in his home in Los Angeles.
Michael might have been kinda eccentric, a little weird and maybe he was a 10-year-old boy inside a man’s body, but he was sensitive and kind and he loved his fans and all children of the world, no matter what their color, race or religion was. He also tried to change the world with his music.
No one can deny that ‘We are the world’, ‘Heal the world’, ‘Earth Song’, ‘They Don’t Care About Us’, ‘Black or White’ and ‘Man in the mirror’ are a shout out to humanity to change to the better.
Are you missing Michael?
I’ve been listening to his music practically everyday for the past three weeks and I haven’t gotten enough. Sometimes, in certain songs, I chock up …
You know when I chock up also? When I think that two, not one, but two autopsies were performed on his body and then he was embalmed. His body had to go through so many horrible procedures and he still hasn’t been laid to rest in a final place.
New mommy Nancy Ajram entertains hoards of people and fans at the Country Village in the Southern Lebanese city of Sour.
Nancy sported a cute purple dress, that showed off her lean and slim body.
It seems she’s already shed that extra baby fat!
Nancy will be performing tomorrow night and sharing the spotlight with the theatrical sensation, Basem Faghali at the Oscar resort.
Nancy is also busy shooting her newest music video for her song ‘Ibn El Jiran’.
She’s also finished shooting another music video for her song ‘Mashi Haddi’ with young dircetor Leila Kanaan! Check out this teaser!
Let me know what you think?
Sonia is from Boston, MA. Boston is the capital and largest city of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and is one of the oldest cities in the United States. The largest city in New England, Boston is considered the economic and cultural center of the region and is sometimes regarded as the unofficial “Capital of New England”.
Sonia is a student at Tufts University and recently got married to her cousin. This photo was taken when they left for their honeymoon on this “Hummer”. Hummer is a brand of off-road vehicles sold by General Motors (GM).
During this trip they visited many Boston landmarks. The Massachusetts New State House sits at the top of Beacon Hill, overlooking Boston Common. It was designed by Charles Bulfinch and built in 1795 on land originally owned by John Hancock. This new State House remains the home of the Massachusetts legislature and the wonderful dome is covered in 23.5 carat gold leaf, making it very valuable. The State House is open daily for tours to the public and is part of The Freedom Trail walk. Paul Revere House, Bunker Hill Monument – Monument Square and many others.
Sonia is looking for good friends to have some fun online. You can leave say what you like about her in comments.
Shafali Patel is from Brooklyn, New York. Brooklyn (named after the Dutch town Breukelen) is one of the five boroughs of New York City, located southwest of Queens on the western tip of Long Island.
Shafali has completed her education from a Brooklyn Elementary School and now studying in City University of New York. It is the largest urban university in the United States.
Shafali love to have fun and attend parties with friends. Whenever have free time she visits Southern Brooklyn. Southern Brooklyn was once the premier resort destination for New York City. Coney Island developed as a playground for the rich in the early 1900s, when wealthy New Yorkers would bet on horses at the Gravesend or Sheepshead Bay Race Track and dined at high-class restaurants and seaside hotels. No trip to Sheepshead Bay would be complete without a stop at the docks and then dinner at Lundy’s Restaurant.
The introduction of the subway made Coney Island a vacation destination for the masses, and it evolved into one of America’s first amusement grounds. The Cyclone rollercoaster, built in 1927, is on the National Register of Historic Places. The 1920 Wonder Wheel and other rides are still operational at Astroland. Coney Island went into decline in the 1970s, but is undergoing a renaissance.
Shafali promised she will post more of her photos, if she get positive feedback on these photographs.
Iram and Mehwish are Gixmi readers from Lahore. They love Punjabi music and spicy foods. Both are working in reputable companies, after their jobs they can be often found in Food Street. Lahore is Pakistan’s true food centre. Lahorites have access not only to a large number of Pakistani dishes and Punjabi specialities, it has fast food restaurants, Western dishes, steak houses, pizzas, Japanese, Chinese, Lebanese, Afghani, Thai cooking and even Indian ‘Thali’ and ‘Dossas.’
They say we are food experts. They love Mughal-style Pakistani curries and Punjabi Barbecue and Karahis. In the curry category, the best choice is available at Village, Shezan Oriental, Bellpepper, Kabana, Paradise, Ziafat etc., where you can get reasonably good quality Curries, Biryanis, Nans etc.
Dum Pukht (PC) serves some ‘Westernised’ curries. Most dishes are very expensive and lack the true Mughal curry taste. It seems the dishes are made for foreign customers. For the real Delhi-style taste, turn to wayside shops like Paradise Canteen (near GPO) which serves the tastiest curries, Payas, Batairs and Biryani in town. I also visit Nanbai shops like Abdul Rehman’s in Old Anarkali, Mian Restaurant (off Canal Bank, Gulberg), Baghdadi (Shadman Market), Labha (Davis Road) and one or two outlets in Sadar, Main Market Gulberg, Liberty etc. Khan Baba (Chauburji) is popular for its Pakistani dishes well-cooked in ‘Desi Ghee.’
These healthy fresh Punjabi babes are looking for friendship.
Gauri and Kajal are two Indian NRIs from Nottingham, England. They are cousines and their family has a Masala business in England. Gauri & Kajal tells us that Nottingham is famed for its links with the Robin Hood legend and, during the Industrial Revolution, obtained worldwide recognition for its lace-making industry. It was granted its city charter as part of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations of Queen Victoria in 1897 and has since been officially titled the City of Nottingham.
Gauri is doing a part time job in Nottingham Royal Concert Hall while studying in a local college. The 2,500-capacity Nottingham Royal Concert Hall and 9,500-capacity Nottingham Arena attract the biggest names in popular music. For less mainstream acts and a generally more intimate atmosphere, Nottingham has a selection of great smaller venues including The Salutation, Seven (formerly Junktion 7), The Old Angel, the award-winning dedicated rock music venue Rock City and the smaller sister venues The Rescue Rooms, The Bodega Social Club and Stealth. These venues, with their packed listings and close proximity, make Nottingham one of the centers of live popular music in the UK.