Wednesday, March 4, 2009
عاشو بويات الكويت
الاسم: نورة العميري
الدراسة /إدارة اعمال
الهوايات :بلاي ستيشن والرياضة بانواعها
قناة ستار اكاديمي 6 مشاهدة انتظر من 2 -5 دقائق لتظهر القناة قناة ستار اكاديمي 6 على الانترنت http://video.shathawi.com/page/1.html
سوف يعرض البرايمات كل يوم جمعة
يكد يمر 48 ساعة على إنطلاق برنامج ستار أكاديمي ، ودخول الطلاب إلى الأكاديمية حتى بدأت تظهر أولى خلافات الطلاب التي ، لاتنتهي . فقد تشاجرت المشتركة الكويتية نورا مع اية من مصر ، وبدأت وصلة ردح من العيار الثقيل ، ليتدخل الطالب الكويتي إبراهيم دشتي وينحاز لأبنة بلده نورا والتي تعتبر أول كويتية تشارك في ستار أكاديمي، متلفظا بعبارات لاتليق بطالب لازال في يومه الثاني في الأكاديمية، فنورا ثارت ثأرتها لانها لاتحب أن يكلمها أحد بصوت مرتفعا كما فعلت اية معها ولتبدأ وصلة الأخذ والرد والتدخل من الطلاب لمحاولة التهدئة بين الطالبتين. وأول الغيث قطر.23/
لارا تعلم نورا ايطالي
شجار بين نورا من الكويت واية من مصر والسبب الشعر والمشط . والشيء الذي لفت الانظار
طبعا ايه الغلطانه فيه ناس عادي تاخذين الشي من دون استأذان لكن فيه ناس لازم تستأذنين وهذا من حقها وهذي طبيعتها مايقدر احد يغيرها
بعد امزهبه الشغل والشنب مع تانيا
عاشت بوية الكويت
ما توقعت البنات أحبونها أنا أحلى منها
Monday, March 2, 2009
Do I think that I am really all that different from other people?
How do you answer this? Honestly…how do you write about yourself? Is it ever the truth? Do you even really KNOW yourself enough to begin to answer this?
I will try my best, but certainly don’t know how it will end….
I can walk down the street, or down the aisle of a store and point out differences all around. What you see on the outside of course is different. We were raised different ways, we all came from different families…different origins. Different homes. Yet, is there actually something that somehow brings us together? Absolutely. I believe it anyway.
As I said, someone on the outside may look different, but when you do the research on the inside, you see the same. You look at the heart, and you see someone who has loved. You see someone who has hurt. You see someone who has been confused. You look at the brain and you see it all. You see the everyday worries, technicalities of life…thoughts in general. You find the overworked body. You find pictures, words, songs, memories…
Our body works the same, the only things that ever really seperate us are the things that we are taught. The things that people say.
By CelebTV.com Staff
Topics: TV News
Celebrities: Katherine Heigl 1 Comment
Looks like there is finally someone who wants to stick around Seattle Grace hospital.
Grey’s Anatomy has signed on newcomer Jessica Capshaw to a contract, EW.com reports.
Capshaw currently plays pediatrician Arizona Robbins–and the latest lesbian crush for Dr. Callie Torres.
Initially, the former Practice star was only signed on for three episodes, but Capshaw’s return will hopefully silence critics who felt Grey’s was anti-gay when Callie’s first girlfriend, Dr. Hahn, was abruptly dismissed from the show.
Jessica’s contract comes just as rumors that two of the show’s original characters, Katherine Heigl and T.R. Knight, are hanging up their scrubs for good.
The last name may sound familiar ... her mother is the actress Kate Capshaw. However, she has worked hard on establishing an acting career on her own and not trading on her family name. Instead of delving into the Hollywood acting trade after high school, she attended Brown University, studying theater at Brown and at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts. "It was a choice that I made which was not to say, 'Hollywood, here I come.' You have to really want to do this to do it. No matter who you are." And she continued to work hard, auditioning and winning several roles in film and television over the past five years.
Jessica was born on August 9, 1976 in Columbia, Missouri, the daughter of a teacher and principal of the local high school. Her mother began to do some modeling work in the area, and the family moved to New York to pursue her mother's budding modeling career at the Ford Modeling Agency. Her parents divorced when she was three, and she lived primarily with her mother, ultimately arriving in Los Angeles when her mother's acting career began to take off.
Check out the following articles to learn more about Jessica's life and career
People Weekly TV Guide (1999) Talk US WeeklyParade Magazine TV Guide (2003)
While her mother was getting the acting bug, she also showed interest in the performing arts when she was a young child. As described in her ABC biography for "Odd Man Out", as a little girl she would climb up on her bathroom wash basin and tell herself stories in the mirror. Jessica was also the center-of-attention at Christmas family reunions when she would perform short plays. Her first formal introduction to acting came while she was a student at Harvard-Westlake High School, a private school in western Los Angeles with a well-known performing arts program. She appeared in several stage performances including "The Cherry Orchard", "Tea and Sympathy", and "The Grapes of Wrath". She also got a first hand look at the inner workings of filmmaking when she interned for the Oscar-winning film "Schindler's List" in the summer of 1993. (Kate Capshaw married director Steven Speilberg in 1991.)
After high school Jessica started a rigorous training regimen in her studies of the fine arts and acting. She attended Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island and graduated in 1998 with a Bachelor's degree in English literature. During her four years at Brown, she also studied theater in the university's Theater Arts Program and performed in the plays "Arcadia" and "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof". While at Brown she studied abroad for a semester at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London, where she performed the role of Puck in William Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream".
Getting an early start on her acting career, Jessica performed in roles in television and feature films while still attending Brown. Her television debut in the spring of 1996 was a guest role in a highly acclaimed episode of the ABC crime series "High Incident". The 1997 release of "The Locusts" was her feature film debut in which she portrayed a plain small-town girl in 1960's Kansas. She altered her appearance for the role by donning glasses and dying her hair brown. She added to her formal training at this time, studying under the tutelage of the famed New York acting coach Harold Guskin who has also taught such well-known actors as Michael J. Fox, Kevin Kline, Jennifer Connelly, and Michelle Pfeiffer.
Seventeen Magazine, May 2002
Vogue, December 1997
After graduating from Brown, she hit the pavement and performed small parts in the films "The Love Letter" (1999) and the romantic comedy "Denial" (1998) and a guest part on the television series "ER" in the spring of 1999. She also had a major role in the small-budget, independent romantic comedy film "Killing Cinderella" which was released in 2000. Her first big break came in the fall of 1999 with a regular role on the ABC comedy series "Odd Man Out". She portrayed Aunt Jordan, a booker at a modeling agency, who was one of five females living in a house with her nephew, the sole male in the house. The series did not get good ratings and only aired for 13 episodes with the last episode airing in January 2000. Despite its short airing, this series brought Jessica important public recognition in a regular series, and she stayed in the public eye with many public appearances.
This led to her most recognized role to date - Dorothy in the 2001 horror film "Valentine". Jessica describes her character, "Dorothy was always the really shy girl and is always battling all these demons. She had a family that wasn’t so caring and she was just kind of different than everyone else. Now she’s grown up to be something quite different, and very much looks like she belongs, but still feels like the little girl that didn’t belong." This was her first lead role performing with a slew of young talent including Denise Richards, David Boreanaz, and Marley Shelton.
What has Jessica been doing since "Valentine"? Check the The Latest News page to get up to date on Jessica's career including her new role on ABC's The Practice.
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Sunday, March 1, 2009
Are you fucking kidding me with this? ".
Mars Inc produced a commercial for the popular candy bar SNICKERS with gay bashing as a theme. A very effeminate man is power-walking through a suburban neighborhood when Mr T bursts through the yards in a military vehicle shouting, "Be a man!" and stars shooting at him with an assault rifle. Mr. T also shouts out "You are a disgrace to the man race!" and "It's time to run like a man!"
Then the tag comes up, "Snickers. Get some nuts."
Reps from HRC (The Human Rights Campaign) met with Mars and the commercial has since been pulled. This is the second time in just a few years that the Mars company has had to pull an ad because of anti gay tones.
The trailer has just come out for the biopic about gay rights activist Harvey Milk, starring Sean Penn in the starring role, with uber Producers Bruce Cohen and Dan Jinks (American Beauty, Pushing Daisies) at the helm and Gus Van Sant in the director's chair.
Yesterday, we asked which one of these actors have NOT played a gay character in a film - test your gay movie knowledge and see the answers below.
A slew of America's hottest out actresses and celebs got together to rehearse for the big runway fashion show, which will happen tonight at the Doral grand ballroom during the White Diamond party.
Models included LOGO's Michelle Fleury, Dani Campbell, here!'s Jill Bennett, Briana, Jane Lynch, Jen Houston, Thea Gill and Suzanne Westenhoefer.
You know what they say....getting a bunch of lesbians in a room and trying to get things done is like herding cats! It was even harder on the director when class clowns Jane Lynch and Suzanne Westenhoefer kept cracking everyone up!
The girls all donned skateboard fashions and got their moves down for the big show tonight. I have to tell you it was very moving seeing all these out stars in one room. When I was a kid, there were NO GAY PEOPLE anywhere, especially on tv. My only role model was Paul Lynde in the center square (which you know, explains a lot about my personality) so I think it's beyond fantastic that all these women are not only take on the fashion scene and owning that, but are also gay and proud so young LGBT kids can have someone they identify with on tv.
Here's a clip from the practice run, jokes and all:
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1 pithy remarks. Click here to Comment:
Thanks for doing what you do, too. I'll de-lurk to just say that I know exactly what you mean about growing up without a gay/lesbian role model. (I think we're in the same age bracket.) While TV is a great place for kids to find someone they can identify with, the Internet is just as important and you are providing a fantastic place and content to inspire all age groups.