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a little message from me to all you!

Wed, 06/27/2012 - 1:02PM by Cuttiiee-x 0 Comments -

hello,just to say i have not been on this is a while and when i came back on it a few days ago i have been writing recent blogs and whats been going on in the celebs lifes.

thye might be a bit boring if you read them but i would like you too read them please and comment to see what i need to add to them and i have stated to add my own links to them so you get can further information.

So what i thought i might do it let you decide what i get to write about the celebs or anthing i will not be doing just celebs i will be doing facts about loosing weight and so on but i will not give you a cclue of what i am going to write but i will write anything you want and anything i can.


i will try and make my own website and make a link to it withmy own facts and blogs about it. so please you need to look at most of my recent updates of blogs.



Natasha Jonas.

Wed, 06/27/2012 - 11:28AM by Cuttiiee-x 0 Comments -

Since it is coming up to the olympics i am going to talk about a girl called Natasha Jonas.

she was born June 18, 1984 in Toxteth,(Liverpool). She took up boxing in 2005, and by 2010 had won the English Amateur Boxing Association championships five times.


Natasha Jonas went weatherhead high school,and just to see her become a championship boxer would just be great for the p.e department to see someone they have taught for so many years has come so far to do what she wants to do and focused on her future and not the things that have happened in the past.

She has got to meet lots od different olympians that are taking part in this year 2012 london olympics and lots of people that are taking on the same sports as her and people who are taking completly different sports to Natasha.She should be proud of her self from being a little girl who wants to live in a big castsle and being a princess,she has done what she wants to do and does not want to give up on her self or let any od the world down who is going to be supporting her in this years olympics.

If you think this was interesting you must click onto this website link that i will set up for you to see.


please click on this to find out more information about Natahsa Jonas.


tom daley.

Wed, 06/27/2012 - 10:56AM by Cuttiiee-x 0 Comments -

tom daley is an oylmpic swimmer.he is the youngest olympian to ever enter the london oylmpics 2012.

most have you have probably not heard about tom daley but he is not really known for his good looks or his swimmers body.

tom daley got spotted ny a coach in a swimming competition and then he started to become a olympic swimmer in 2002.

he has has been a olympic swimmer for 10 years now and is very good.



frankie(out of the saturdays)<3

Tue, 06/26/2012 - 9:59AM by Cuttiiee-x 0 Comments -

frankie is in a band called the saturdays,so i am going to talk about her and some randoms facts.

5 Random Facts About Me

  • 1. I never unpack my suitcase! It's still packed up 2 months after we filmed 'Notorious' in L.A.!
  • 2. Every time Celena puts lipstick on me, I yawn!
  • 3. I say I don’t like certain foods before I’ve even tried them
  • 4. I often get the train home from work because I hate sitting in traffic
  • 5. When I worked in a shop, I used to pretend I was tidying the stock cupboard but was really having a break!

Top 5

TV Shows

  • 1. One Tree Hill
  • 2. Grey’s Anatomy
  • 3. Gossip Girl
  • 4. Brothers & Sisters
  • 5. Sex And The City




My Band Mates

  • Ness

    Reminds me not to be boring and have fun!

  • Una

    Makes me laugh even when she’s not trying to be funny

  • Molls

    Knows when something’s up, thinks the same way as me

  • Roch

    Knows me so well; we’ve experienced a lot together.

    this is what i know and here is a link to there website.


    click on this and look at funny and interesting facts about them all.



justin bieber and his album believe.

Tue, 06/26/2012 - 9:51AM by Cuttiiee-x 0 Comments -

After posting dozens of homemade videos on YouTube in 2007, where the multi-talented Bieber put his impeccable spin on songs from artists like Usher, Ne-Yo and Stevie Wonder, Justin racked up over 10,000,000 views purely from word of mouth.

I started singing about three years ago,” says the Canadian native who grew up an only child in Stratford, Ontario. “I entered a local singing competition called Stratford Idol. The other people in the competition had been taking singing lessons and had vocal coaches. I wasn’t taking it too seriously at the time, I would just sing around the house. I was only 12 and I got second place.”

Seven months after Justin started posting his videos online, former So So Def marketing executive Scooter Braun flew the then 13-year old singer to Atlanta, GA to meet with his elite colleagues. As if Justin’s natural singing talent wasn’t enough to impress Scooter’s inner circle, Braun knew Bieber was also a self-taught musician who plays the drums, guitar, piano and trumpet.

“Right when we flew into Atlanta, Scooter drove us to the studio and Usher was there in the parking lot,” remembers Bieber. “That was my first time ever being out of Canada so I went up to him and was like, ‘Hey Usher, I love your songs, do you want me to sing you one?’ He was like, ‘No little buddy, just come inside, it’s cold out.

’”All it took was a short time online for Usher to realize he was in the company of a future superstar. “A week later Usher flew me back to Atlanta,” says Bieber. “I sang for him and his people and he really wanted to sign me then and there but I still had a meeting with Justin Timberlake who also wanted to sign me.  It turned out Usher’s deal was way better. He had L.A. Reid backing him up and Scooter had a lot of really good connections in Atlanta.  I always tease Usher now and remind him he how he blew me off the first time we met.”

In October of 2008, Justin Bieber officially signed to Island Records.  His debut album, My World is an intimate look into the mind of a budding young renaissance man. With production from star hit men like The Dream and Tricky Stewart who produced “Umbrella” for Rihanna and Beyonce’s latest smash, “Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It),” Justin has everything he needs to achieve pop supremacy.His first single, “One Time” produced by Tricky, is about one of Justin’s favorite topics, puppy love.  Usher joins Justin on “First Dance” where the two share verses on a song that Bieber describes as, “A slow groovy song that people can dance to.” On the Midi-Mafia produced “Down to Earth” Justin digs deep to talk about growing up.  “Bigger” finds the teenaged singer maturing at a steady rate, while motivating his listeners to strive for their goals.


you can click on this and it will leed you to youtube and there are lots of justin bieber songs please make a comment if it does not let you click on it or you can message me saying about if it does not work.


conor maynard<3

Tue, 06/26/2012 - 9:35AM by Cuttiiee-x 0 Comments -

Conor Maynard,is a 19 year old singing sensation from Brighton, who started to posting cover versions on YouTube while still at school. Within a few months his online following exploded and he was signed by Parlophone Records. His debut single ‘Can’t Say No’ is amazing and the smash hits company and other music companys(programs) are going to put out on the channel.


when the song 'cant aay no' came out it was the best song going and there was lots of tweets on twitter aboiut it.http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=cant+say+no+conor+maynard&oq=cant+say+no+conor+maynard&aq=f&aqi=g-s1g1g-

you have to copy and paste this into your search box and when it comes up i will come up with lots of other different songs such as9(these are mostly covers by other singers) merry-go-round,pictures,vegas girl and take care. these are lots of different songs i will give you updates about him and his songs.




Doc Martins

Sat, 09/17/2011 - 7:08AM by Cuttiiee-x 0 Comments -
Doc Martins
Love these shoes if you do not like them you have such bad taste and you do not have a life and you are sad if you do not like themmm xxxxx


Jessiiie JayXx

Thu, 02/24/2011 - 4:02AM by Cuttiiee-x 0 Comments -

'Just me, my heels and my mic'


Jessie J – the J stands for ‘whatever you want it to' – strides into the room, looking a billion dollars. After you've got past all 5'9” of her cut-glass beauty (‘I love being a giant'), her figure hugging catsuit (‘I was front of the queue for legs, back for boobs and bum'), the 36-hole Dr Martens boots and the huge gold hoop earrings with Bambi encircled in them (‘it's Disney Chic, innit?'), Jessie's superb pop star hair hits you.


A poker straight, ink black bob with a perfect fringe slashed above the eyes, it begs immediate questions. Is it inspired by historic film icon Louise Brooks? Uma Thurman in Pulp Fiction? Jessie J is pure ghetto-pop fabulosity. Her hair might just be one component part of this emerging 21st century superstar, but it's a key one. ‘To be honest, I always think of it as being a bit Mystic Meg,' chips in Jessie herself, referring to the kitsch Sunday newspaper Psychic. ‘People are always coming up to me on the street and asking me if it's a wig. I say ‘yeah, yeah, you can buy it down Hamley's''. Jessie J is also pure ghetto-pop humour.


Impossible to pin down in a world of female pop homogeneity, at 22 years of age, the future star born Jessica Cornish carries herself with the confidence of one twice her years. On the eve of her pop breakthrough, she has achieved everything herself, and on her own terms. Singer, songwriter and show-pony, she has the enviable ability to excel at it all.


She's had to. ‘Look,' she says, straight off the bat, ‘I had a minor stroke three years ago. I've got heart problems. I've looked at the big stuff straight in the eye, had people sitting on the end of a hospital bed wondering what's going to happen next and genuinely not knowing. I don't drink. I don't smoke. I can't touch drugs. I can't even have caffeine. I have to be confident. Because I can't intoxicate myself with those props ordinary young people have to give them confidence.' Amidst problems most teenagers haven't yet to even consider, music was Jessie's saviour. ‘When I'm in the studio sometimes, I think no, I don't need a therapist. I just need to write a great song.' That's when she does it.


Alicia Keys seems to agree. A self-starting, perfectly driven songwriter, Jessie has penned for Ms Keys. Her international credentials are exhaustive for one so young. When she supported Cyndi Lauper, at the personal request of the irrepressible talent herself, she invited Jessie up on stage to duet on Girls Just Wanna Have Fun. This year's breakout hip-hop star with the midas touch BoB appears on future smash ‘Price Tag', already the subject of Tweeting praise from Kylie Minogue and Paloma Faith. 


What is it about Jessie that attracts this blue-chip pop attention? Jessie J is simply not built as other pop-stars. Quite literally, she stands head and shoulders above her peers. When you hear an echo of Lily Allen's street slang in her lyrics, you remember this one's the real-deal, brought up in the inglorious backwaters of Essex and learning her street-smarts on the hop. When you hear a chorus as pop-it-like-it's-hot addictive as one of Beyonce's you recall the fact she can't rely on a hard-fought party-girl lifestyle to support the myth-making. When you hear the pure, flame-grilled sass of her attitude grooving through every beat of her debut album, Who You Are, you might think of Pink for a second; then check the record sleeve and remind yourself this one is cool, too.


This, ladies and gentlemen, is Jessie J. She is her own special creation. 
‘I am so, like, the uncoolest person ever,' counteracts Jessie, admitting that her first ambition in life was to star in musical theatre. ‘My dad's cooler than me. He was the one playing D Train and Funkadelic in the house. I will not lie.' At 11, she auditioned for Whistle Down The Wind and landed a precocious two year West End residency. ‘That was when it all started,' she says, rolling her eyes, ‘You can get paid for this? Bring it on! They all used to call me Brat Pitt because I fell off the stage one night. I think Andrew Lloyd Weber thought I was going to sue him. He really cosied up after that.'


Jessie was then signed to Gut records, but the label promptly went bust. ‘Someone told me on the telephone. They've gone into liquidation. I didn't even know what it meant. Liquidisation? What, they've been turned into a soup?'


This girl isn't afraid of pulling herself up by her boot straps and starting all over. ‘I like the hustle. I like the grind. I just want to get out there.' Packing herself a small kit back she fled to America under her then agent's at William Morris Agency and had three weeks in New York, three in LA to try the trans-Atlantic option. ‘I landed off the plane in LA, did a showcase at the Viper Rooms and two days later I'm sat with LA Reid and there are 8 offers on the table. LA said to me he couldn't believe that British labels had passed up on me.' Obviously a major talent spots a major talent.


These things happen to Jessie. Label-less, she was picked up as a support act for Chris Brown's European tour after his manager caught her on Youtube. ‘I'm glad I had to learn how to be amazing on stage like that, how to fill somewhere the size of Wembley Arena with no press, no features, no record, no band behind me. It toughens you up. Being on stage is my home. Even if it's 20 minutes I'll take control of it because that is my time. It's when I come to life. It's just me, my heels and my mic.'


Jessie has ridden the internet age as if it were a pair of roller-skates with jet-packs attached. A true online sensation, she's sold out gigs and built a huge fanbase online. A new Myspace portal specifically designed for her, her very own online TV show, Dare Jessie, is about to launch. Fans can issue a series of challenges her way. Already those setting her tasks have included high profile fans Perez Hilton and Justin Timberlake. ‘Which is cool, of course it is, but I want everyone to get involved.' Jessie has a democratic approach to her fans. ‘Just because someone's famous don't make them more important.' The resulting TV show indicates just how fearless this incredible DIY pop star can be.


On the last day of a writing session in Hollywood, a song that Jessie scripted with hit-master du jour, Dr Luke, Party in the USA, was optioned by teen-scream heroine Miley Cyrus. ‘To be honest, it was better for her, its way too straight pop for me. The version I wrote and demoed on that day was well ironic.'     


First scripted US number one hit under her belt and with Alicia's looking likely to follow suit, Jessie J found herself hot property back on home turf. ‘And because I'd been in and out of deals since I was 16, I had the perfect album, exactly as I wanted it to be, ready to go.'
The title track of Who You Are was written in the same week as Party In The USA. As hairs-on-the-back-of-the-neck power ballads and vocal showcases go, they don't get much better. ‘I was phoning my mum and talking about all these crazy women I'd met in LA who were so different from me. I opened myself right out on that song. I was really down on that day. I was trying to remember who I was before I went out and was surrounded by all these women who looked so Hollywood perfect on the outside. The day I walked into the studio to write it I would've rather been in Essex eating pie and mash and watching an old episode of One Foot in The Grave. The words just fell out of me. It was exactly what I wanted to say about myself when I was that lost.'


Debut UK single ‘Do It Like A Dude' which features a monster of a remix from ‘Labrinth' is a straight out of the box party smash. Slinking around a middle of the dancefloor groove and making haste to skip to its addictive chorus, this is the most urban Jessie gets. It's almost a curveball for the young artist, though she's secretly reveling in the thrill of getting to release and putting herself out there at last. It's where she deserves to be. ‘I don't fit a template. When I did the video for Do It Like A Dude I wanted it to be what it is. I concepted it as ghetto chic. Girls grabbing their dicks? What's wrong with that? It's gully. But it's pop enough to go both ways. It felt like my wedding day. The next morning I was on a plane to New York to work with BoB, thinking did that really happen yesterday? All that build up and it was over in 19 hours.'


The rest of Who You Are is shaping up to be the pop release that everyone will need for the first half of 2011. Mama Knows Best is a 21st century slice of big-band doo-wop. You can quite imagine Jessie slinking down a pole to perform it as righteous urban burlesque. And in the immediate standout Nobody's Perfect Jessie just about nails her own character. ‘Sometimes I just can't shut the hell up' she intones in the first seconds of the song. ‘Ahem. Yep, that's me!'


Outspoken, righteous, cool and fun. There hasn't been a pop star like Jessie J before. You're unlikely to find one in the future either. They broke the mould with this one. Is she ready for it all? ‘People sometimes ask me who styled you? Who wrote your songs? I'm like, I did! I've got a personality. That's why I started writing music in the first place. Every single song on the album is a story of my life. I feel ready. Of course I do. I said it on my Twitter this morning. I feel ready, now steady and go are catching up with me.'


Alexandra BurkeXx

Wed, 02/23/2011 - 7:40AM by Cuttiiee-x 0 Comments -

Alexandra Burke, born on August 25, 1988, started to sing when she was just five years old. Without any professional vocal training, she began singing on-stage at the age of 9 with her mother Melissa Bell, ex-Soul II Soul's member. Three years later, she participated in a TV show dubbed "Star for a Night" and became the youngest contestant in the show. Unfortunately, she failed to win the competition as Joss Stone grabbed the number one spot.

After graduating from school, Alexandra decided to pursue a career in music. She worked as a singer at clubs in U.K. during the weekend and performed at large venues such as The Royal Albert Hall to tour with "Young Voices", a charity which raises money for children with Leukemia.

When she was seventeen, Alexandra auditioned for "The X Factor" and made it through to the final seven in Louis Walsh's 16-24 category. However, Louis did not choose her for his final four because he felt that she was too young for the competition. Refusing to step back, she had, once again, auditioned for the singing competition in 2008 and was mentored by Girls Aloud's Cheryl Cole. Luckily for her, Cheryl chose her among


Willow SmithXx

Wed, 02/23/2011 - 6:51AM by Cuttiiee-x 0 Comments -

The daughter of Hollywood heavyweights Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith, Willow Smith -- like her brother Jaden -- entered movies as a child star at the hands of her parents. Willow debuted with a role in the 2007....

Jun. 17, 2008
Will Smith and his daughter Willow are set for a big-screen battle in July, when their new films are released on the same day.As willow smith briught out her song i wip my hair back and forth it was very popular and lots of willow smiths fans would not stop talking about x