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ALEXANDRA STAN (“Mr. Saxobeat”)
EXAMPLE (“Changed The Way You Kiss Me”)
Tracy Chapman (“Fast Car”)
Aloe Blacc (“I need a dollar”)
Snoop Dogg (“Sweat”)
Curling. Бильярд на льду
Penelope Cruz was the first Spanish-born actress to take an Academy Award home for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Woody Allen’s Vicky Cristina Barcelona. Never forgetting her roots in Spanish cinema, the actress is still the once and future muse of famed Spanish director Pedro Almodovar, starring in a total of four of his films, including his most recent Broken Embraces.
Mike Posner (“Cooler Than Me”)
Benicio Del Toro
Benicio Del Toro was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, but relocated with his family to Mercersburg, Pennsylvania after his mother died of hepatitis when he was just nine years old. Feeling pressure from his father, Benicio pursued a business degree at the University of California in San Diego. It was only after he had taken an elective drama course that he discovered his true calling. Without telling his father, Benicio dropped out of school and began studying with the legendary Stella Adler in Los Angeles, as well as at the Circle in the Square Acting School in New York City.
Rihanna (“Te Amo”)
Maroon 5 (“Misery”)
JLS (“The Club Is Alive”)
Julianne Moore was born on December 3, 1960, in Fayetteville, North Carolina. The daughter of a social psychiatrist and a military judge, young Julianne lived the nomadic lifestyle that often characterizes army families, and called nearly two dozen places home throughout her formative years. Abrupt moves between such distinct locales as Panama, Germany and Alaska made for a childhood of perpetual transition, but one static element in Julianne Moore’s life was her passion for acting.
Pixie Lott (“Turn It Up”)
K’naan (“Wavin’ Flag”)
An actor who hovered far too long on the brink of stardom before getting his due recognition, Adrien Brody spent much of his early career falling victim to the slings and arrows of outrageous PR. Possessing undeniable talent and looks that recall both the wasted elegance of an Aubrey Beardsley illustration and a young and hungry Al Pacino, Brody spent much of the 1990s as a candidate for his generation’s “next big thing.” But despite roles in two high-profile movies — Terrence Malick’s The Thin Red Line (1998) and Spike Lee’s Summer of Sam (1999) — and the publicity that accompanied them, it was not until Brody was cast as the lead in Roman Polanski’s The Pianist (2002) that he won the recognition which had previously eluded him.
Adam Lambert (“Whataya Want From Me”)
Dizzee Rascal (“Dirtee Disco”)
The Script (“Breakeven”)
First making an impression on international audiences with her role as the sweet, virginal Hero in Kenneth Branagh’s Much Ado About Nothing (1993), pale-skinned, fine-boned British actress Kate Beckinsale has since stepped beyond period pieces to prove that she is anything but a fragile English rose. The daughter of a BBC casting director and famed television actor Richard Beckinsale (known for roles on Porridge and Rising Damp), Beckinsale was born July 26, 1973.
Lady Antebellum (“Need You Now”)
Train (“Hey, Soul Sister”)
Roll Deep (“Good Times”)
Robert De Niro
Over the course of nearly forty years, Robert De Niro has established himself as one of the most respected and iconic screen actors in history. This is a position he’s achieved both through the relentless perfectionism of his approach to his work, and the ferocity with which he protects his private life. Apart from the very occasional tabloid snippet, we hear nothing about the man, only ever seeing him when he’s playing someone else - which is, of course, exactly how he wants it to be.
Amy Macdonald (“Spark”)
Ellie Goulding (“Starry Eyed”)
TINIE TEMPAH (“Pass Out”)
Undoubtedly the hottest Italian star since Sophia Loren, Monica Bellucci has attained the sort of respect that most models can only dream about. Having appeared in almost 50 movies and television shows, Monica Bellucci’s status within the industry — both in North America and abroad — is nothing short of remarkable. Monica Anna Maria Bellucci was born on September 30, 1964, in Perugia, Italy. The daughter of a painter and a businessman, Monica grew up with dreams of becoming a lawyer — though it eventually became clear that her calling lay in the arts.
Justin Bieber feat. Ludacris (“Baby”)
Edward Maya feat. Alicia (“Stereo Love”)
Orianthi (“According To You”)
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