The Ultimate Entertainment Secrets From American Idol’s Paula Abdul

Grammy Winner, Emmy Winner, and Multi-platinum Recording Artist Paula Abdul shares untold stories from her rise to fame!
Paula Abdul shares untold stories from her rise to fame!

Grammy Winner, Emmy Winner, and Multi-platinum Recording Artist Paula Abdul shares untold stories from her rise to fame! From the moment she packed three different outfits and registered with three different names to audition for the Laker Girls, to hitting number one on the charts with a song once tossed in the trash can, Paula has always believed “No is just the beginning of a negotiation.”

Paula is a true burst of authenticity. Sincerely, she is fueled with love for all mankind and is always willing to share a positive perspective. It is no wonder that Paula continually evolves and maintains a vibrant face in Hollywood. Her story is nothing but inspiration for any artist facing challenges. It is true that DYNAMITE comes in small packages and this cliche is a splendid definition of this iconic women. Click the link below to see her recent interview!

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SECRETS FROM AN AMERICAN IDOL WITH PAULA ABDUL ON SUPERCHARGED LIFE WITH DR. JUDY
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Learn how self-awareness and sheer tenacity took a valley girl to superstardom! Hear why she cried after working with Michael Jackson and why she’ll always be grateful to Janet. Find out how she talked her way into choreographing “Coming to America”, helped discover supermodel Christy Turlington, and met her idol Gene Kelly. Score the “Straight Up” truth from behind-the-scenes of American Idol, including what Paula really thinks about Simon Cowell! Plus, Paula shares her secrets for staying healthy, fit and fabulous in her 50s

1 Reason You Will Stay Hydrated Visiting Iceland

1 Reason You Will Stay Hydrated Visiting Iceland Photo courtesy of Promote Iceland
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1 Reason You Will Stay Hydrated Visiting Iceland Photo courtesy of Promote Iceland

Iceland wants you to stay hydrated when you visit. “Kranavatn” is Icelandic for  tap water. You probably thought we were being extra fabulous. Actually we are! Do you find yourself questioning the water sources when you travel the globe. This travel destination is taking your worry away. It’s time  for a change. Next destination is Hydration.

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Whose ready to sip responsibly and get intoxicated while traveling. Take the challenge and drink the pure spring water that is naturally filtered through lava for centuries. Join the countries campaign  encouraging travelers to sip the Icelandic water. Let’s save the earth while traveling the world.

Fun Facts

65% of all travelers say they used more bottled water on vacation than they do at home.
70% of all travelers say they don’t trust tap water in their destination.
80% of all plastic bottles end up in landfills or in the ocean

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For more about the campaign click here https://kranavatn.inspiredbyiceland.com/

Aiways Answers How to Make an Electric Vehicle Better With The U5 SUV

AIWAYS U5 all-electric SUV Photo Courtesy of AIWAYS
AIWAYS U5 all-electric SUV Photo Courtesy of AIWAYS 

AIWAYS answers how to to make an electric vehicle better with the U5 SUV. The automakers is presenting the world with a new level of electric automobile products. The Shanghai-based personal mobility provider, is to start taking online orders for its U5 all-electric SUV from European consumers from the end of April. Secured via a small deposit, the U5 will be offered exclusively via a direct-to-customer sales model, and not retailed or leased through traditional dealerships. European pre-sale markets and the required deposit amount will be announced by AIWAYS in April.

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Alexander Klose, Executive VP Overseas Operation at AIWAYS, commented: “Online pre-sales represents the next important phase of AIWAYS’ entry into the European market. It’s our promise to customers that for only a small deposit they can be among the first to receive the U5 and start enjoying the benefits of a long range, high-tech and well equipped electric SUV.”

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Meanwhile, AIWAYS has re-started production of the U5 at its manufacturing facility in Shangrao, China, following the interruption caused by COVID-19 (coronavirus). Production of the European U5 will start in July, with the first deliveries now slated for August 2020.

Making the most of its agility and flexibility as a startup, AIWAYS is adapting its pre-sale marketing activities to better suit the enforced period of ‘contactless’ retail because of COVID-19. By introducing new online platforms and seamless digital experiences, AIWAYS will give European car buyers the confidence to order the U5 online. More details to follow soon.

Are you ready to experience a new level of excellence. AIWAYS appears to be offering a hefty addition to individuals looking to minimize their carbon footprint. Stay tuned as we follow this unveiling. Hopefully we will be the first to drive the brand to give first hand feedback about the craftsmanship.

Vice is Fearless and Raw Storytelling on Showtime, Watch Now!

Vice is Fearless and Raw Storytelling on Showtime
Michael Cooksey shows Alzo Slade the freshly cut timber on property that belonged to his family for more than 100 years. A timber developer purchased the property in a forced sale last year. VICE, “Losing Ground”. Photo Credit: Michael A. Lopez/VICE News/SHOWTIME.

Vice is a fearless and raw approach to storytelling. Vice tackles global issues that are often overlooked by traditional media now on Showtime. In this week’s special one-hour episode of VICE, correspondent Seb Walker examines the spectacular rise and fall of WeWork, and delves into the world of venture capitalists willing to gamble billions on the next big startup; as the U.S. continues to grapple with its history of racial discrimination, correspondent Alzo Slade explores the vulnerability of black land owners in the South; and correspondent Isobel Yeung reports from the heart of Italy’s COVID-19 crisis, gaining rare access to an ICU in a hospital overwhelmed by the virus.

Take a look at clips from this Sunday’s episodes below:  

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The Emmy-winning documentary series VICE, known for delivering immersive reporting from the frontlines of global conflicts, civil uprisings and beyond, is available across all SHOWTIME platforms on Sundays at 8 p.m. ET/PT. The 13-episode season pursues untold stories on the environment, social justice, civil rights and identity from all corners of the globe. The VICE reporting team includes a diverse group of award-winning journalists, with Suroosh Alvi, Krishna Andavolu, Ben Anderson, Charlet Duboc, Vikram Gandhi, Hind Hassan, Josh Hersh, David Noriega, Paola Ramos, Alzo Slade, Gianna Toboni, Seb Walker and Isobel Yeung reporting on complex geopolitical stories.

How to Live Your Life Free and Fearless According to Philip Moser

Author Philip Moser shares how to live life free and fearless Photo Courtesy Philip Moser
Author Philip Moser shares how to live life free and fearless Photo Courtesy Philip Moser
Author Philip Moser shares how to live life free and fearless Photo Courtesy Philip Moser

Are you looking for direction. Here is a guide on how to live your life Free and Fearless. Brittany Moser was a spirited, happy-go-lucky young woman who lived life to the fullest and made it her mission to enrich the lives of everyone she encountered. A flight attendant, Brittany was suddenly grounded by a rare and incurable disease. She decided to embark upon the adventure of a lifetime, and asked her best friend — her father — to accompany her. Their unforgettable journey would eventually result in Free and Fearless: The Amazing Impact of One Precious Life, an award-nominated story that underscores the resiliency of the human spirit, puts everyday problems into their proper perspective and proves that love truly does conquer all.

“This book is not about the grief of losing a child, but about making the most out of what we are given and living our lives positively and not out of fear,” writes author (and Brittany’s father) Philip Moser. “Brittany inspired me, an ordinary farm boy, to explore life, to climb mountains and to write a book.”

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In 2015, Brittany was diagnosed with Addison’s disease, a rare condition that can lead to adrenal failure. She passed away in 2017.

Free and Fearless is the honest, poignant account of Brittany’s legacy and the ripple effect that her outlook on life had on those around her. Among Brittany’s valuable life lessons that Philip shares with readers are:

1.    How precious life is and how we can affect the people around us;
2.    How an open mind and a positive attitude can inspire us to do things we never thought possible;
3.    How to move out of our comfort zones and into a challenging existence that can turn each day into an exciting gift to be explored;
4.    How to not let fear control us, and to use our abilities to seek unique, positive and inspiring adventures;
5.    To embrace change as a natural part of life;
6.    And finally, that we won’t be remembered by our things or our savings accounts, but by how we made other people feel.

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“I want to share the same inspiration that I received for 32 years,” Philip added. “In the end, love truly does conquer all, and Brittany wanted us to know that.”

Author Philip Moser grew up on a farm in Angola, Indiana. After high school, he began working in different aspects of the grocery business, a career that continues to this day. He and his wife, Marilyn Wells, raised two incredible daughters, Camille and Brittany.  

8 Things You Didn’t Know About Being A Player by Jesse Eplan

8 Things You Didn't Know About Being A Player by Jesse Eplan Photo Courtesy Rick Eberle
8 Things You Didn't Know About Being A Player by Jesse Eplan Photo Courtesy Rick Eberle
8 Things You Didn’t Know About Being A Player by Jesse Eplan Photo Courtesy Rick Eberle

8 Things You Didn’t Know About Being A Player by Jesse Eplan! It was announced today that emerging Hip Hop Performer/Producer (and Basketball aficionado) Jesse Eplan has released his latest collection of tracks; entitled “Player”, available now on Spotify and all the major services. 

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Check out Jesse Eplan’s “Player” on Spotify:

After blazing into high gear last fall with “Bakwoods”, it’s safe to say that the five tool trap/hip-hop/R&B Singer-Songwriter-Performer-Producer-Beatmaker has proven he is ready to take the court and ball with the starting five on “Player”.

These eight fire tracks show a real maturity in songwriting. Take Jesse’s unique approach and attention to the smallest details, couple that with a new-found creativity in the beat creation process, and you’ll agree that “Player” is career progress that’s palpable to any listener. 

With major influences ranging from artists like Future to Lil Uzi Vert, Chris Brown, Smokepurpp, MadeinTYO and Travis Scott – Eplan has taken their flow, hooks, beat selection, and more into account when creating his own music.

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A New York native, Jesse broke major ground with the release of his first two major LP’s recorded while at the University of Tampa – 2017’s “Trap Harmony” and 2018’s “Purple Wave“, and the Trap and Hip-Hop world took MAJOR notice of the rising young star through his collaborations with like minded artists like Famous Dex (A$AP Rocky, Lil Pump) and Kontraversy (Grafh, LouGotCash).

Jesse made the move from Tampa to Los Angeles in 2018 where he is in the midst of taking his rightful spot at the top of the charts. While in LA, Eplan has continued adding to his ever growing musical palette, with strong songs and new fire beats coming seemingly every week. It seems we’ve only seen the tip of the iceberg that is Jesse Eplan! 

Nevaeh Jolie Samples Luther Vandross For A Hit

Nevaeh Jolie delivers acoustic version Luther Vandross hit Photo Courtesy Def Jam Recordings
Nevaeh Jolie delivers acoustic version Luther Vandross hit Photo Courtesy Def Jam Recordings
Nevaeh Jolie delivers acoustic version Luther Vandross hit Photo Courtesy Def Jam Recordings

Nevaeh Jolie opted to executed an acoustic version of 80’s Luther Vandross hit, “Never Too Much.” Obviously the young artist has some hefty shoes to fill. Driven by a message of persistence delivered by a dear friend Jolie is ready to work in building a portfolio of art that the world has yet to see.

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About Nevaeh
While attending a private school in Florida as a kid, Nevaeh Jolie heard the Beatles, vintage folk, and a bit of classic rock from a teacher. She hasn’t been the same since. “Hearing all of that expanded my musical horizons,” says the singer-songwriter, who grew up listening to Erykah Badu, Sade, and Lauryn Hill at home. It also reinforced her love of dynamic storytelling. “Writing has been my passion since I was 8,” Nevaeh says.  “I always carried around a journal, and I always wrote.”  
 
During her freshman year of high school, Nevaeh began laying down solo tracks via bedroom recordings made on her computer and with apps on her phone. Soon she was showcasing her talent for her 20k plus followers on Instagram by posting covers and freestyles, which began to make waves in the music industry. The contemporary R&B tracks “Tryin’,” which she wrote in math class, and “Sorry,” a dis track to her ex, which has over 23k streams on Spotify, were some of the first singles she released independently. 


 

Nevaeh Jolie delivers acoustic version Luther Vandross hit Photo Courtesy Def Jam Recordings
Nevaeh Jolie delivers acoustic version Luther Vandross hit Photo Courtesy Def Jam Recordings


After now-manager Max Gousse heard the song “Tryin’,” he encouraged Nevaeh to move to Los Angeles and pursue music fulltime. In early 2019, Nevaeh moved to LA and started working with London on Da Track (Lil Wayne, Drake, Post Malone), who was instrumental in connecting her with Def Jam, with which she signed late last year. “Def Jam feels like family,” says Nevaeh. “The vibes are just here.” 
 
Now Neveah is preparing to release her first major-label EP, Game On. On it, Nevaeh sings about love and all its exciting, anxiety-inducing, and often sickening thrills. “I want to take people into a game world and have everybody become a player and vibe out with me,” she says of Game On. With over 13k streams on Spotify, the previously released “Too Much,” which was written by Jozzy (Missy Elliott, Fergie, Lil Nas X) and samples Luther Vandross’s hit “Never Too Much,” finds Nevaeh weighing the pros and cons of a relationship. “Screwed Up,” which Nevaeh describes as an “East Coast bop,” sees the singer musing over a love that’s making her crazy. And on the slow-winding, violin-heavy “OTB,” which stands for old thing back, Nevaeh is missing a past love.  
 

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Living by the motto “keep playing, player,” Nevaeh, who is also an aspiring actress and director who enjoys writing the treatments for and directing her music videos, derives a lot of strength, vigor, and tranquility from guided meditation, drawing, painting, and loved ones. The dragonfly tattoo on her right hand was inspired by a friend who tried to help an injured dragonfly while telling it, “Get up, little bitch.” For Nevaeh, the message stuck. This journey is all about persistence. “This has always been what I wanted to do,” she says. “I don’t see any other life for myself.”