After Britney Spears commanded her millions of followers to work, bitch on her first “Britney Jean” single, the pop superstar has spritzed the gliding mid-tempo ballad “Perfume” as the second offering from her eighth studio album, due out Dec. 3.
Produced by Will.i.am and co-written by Spears and recent Billboard cover star Sia, “Perfume” allows Spears to momentarily discard the confident exterior of “Work Bitch” and express vulnerability over “paranoid” feelings about her romantic interest. “Have you been thinking ’bout her or about me/And while I wait I put on my perfume, yeah I want it all over you/I gotta mark my territory,” Spears admits over waltzing synthesizers and sparkling rhythms.
“‘Perfume’ is incredibly special to me because it hits close to home, and I think the story is relatable to everyone,” Spears told E! about the new track. “Everyone’s been through an insecure moment in a relationship that’s left them vulnerable and I think this song captures that.”
“Britney Jean,” which follows 2011′s “Femme Fatale,” is available for pre-order beginning on Tuesday (Nov. 5). Following Spears’ album release next month, the singer will kick off her “Piece of Me” residency at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas on Dec. 27.
“I have been through a lot in the past few years and it has really inspired me to dig deeper and write songs that I think everyone can relate to,” Spears wrote in a recent letter to fans. “Working with people like Sia, William Orbit, and of course Will.i.am has been an amazing experience. They have listened to all of my ideas and helped me bring them to life.”
If there is one thing that has been difficult to win in men’s fashion, it is the jewel. The fear of being ridiculous or stereotype is worse than phobia. The jewel undergoes session propaganda anti-use. Yet, increasingly, it is present and masculinizes. Come take a ride on the side of the most likely to satisfy you merchants.
The single channel of your baptism crucifix (note that it carried with a T-shirt cut and bent a suit vest gives a perfect outfit for a timeless urban style), there is a set of models at your disposal.
We forget the bracelets and other bracelets chunky knit only Barracuda could put.
The easiest way for a beginner is to head to the wooden bead bracelets. Easy to use, this model will give you complete satisfaction. Tank top, cotton shorts, leather sandals, all identified by a distressed leather backpack and your bracelet will be in good company bag.
The first rule is to never forget to always wear one. A ring is sufficient for all looks. One more and you fall into the too-much and spreading.
For your first steps into the world of jewelry, I advise you to choose just money. No frills, no prints … nothing, except metal (personally, this model never leaves my finger).
Source : masculin.com
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In a few weeks, these unions came in town halls and in the habits of large and small cities that have sheltered. Without scandal or ostentation. Taking family and friends to witness. Normal, in a nutshell. Finally, a paradoxical marriage scrub. Enough to reassure excited for all the so-called demo, imagined that unions between two men or two women would undermine the institution they say cherish. As heterosexual couples, gay couples live together for better or for worse, have children, to love, to lose, divorced, will meet. Normal.
After nine months of fighting against hundreds of thousands of sometimes violent reactions opponents see homophobic, the enactment in late May of the law made by Christiane Taubira opened bans. According to our survey, about 400 marriages have been held so far and another 700 are planned.
2% is the share of gay marriage in Spain. In 2006, a year after the passage of the law, about 4,500 unions were celebrated. Between 2005 and 2011n 22,442 gay couples were “yes.”
Source : www.liberation.com
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Lukas has just turned 20. He began his civil service along with his best friend Ine. Against the other, he tries to keep it secret – Lukas is transgender, a girl become boy. Full of enthusiasm for life, he began to frequent the gay scene in Cologne where he meets the attractive Fabio, a cheeky young man, bold and confident …
In Theaters September 4
Source : news.outplay.fr
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It’s been 51 years since Marilyn Monroe passed away on August 5th, 1962. But the Myth is still alive among her fans all over the world and also in Los Angeles where she was born. Yesterday, ‘With Her”, a documentary on Marilyn’s biggest fan-club, shot in 2011 that has become available on iTunes.
The director, Laurent Morlet is a French Television and Film producer who has been living in Los Angeles for the past decade. With more than 26 years of experience in his field, Morlet has produced more than 1000 episodes of several famous TV shows for leading French TV networks. Laurent has always been a Hollywood fan himself and was already making movies when he was young.
The challenge was to make a movie that was different from what had been filmed already about Marilyn’s life (or death). And the great idea was to focus on Marilyn’s fans because they are the ones who keep her alive in some ways. While shooting this documentary, Morlet got to meet the president of “Marilyn Remembered”, the biggest Marilyn fan-club and he was able to capture, in a very simple way, all the love and fascination people have for her.
This documentary was awarded with the Indie Fest Award in 2012 and you can watch the trailer here, on the director’s YouTube page.
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