She Begged Her Mother For Braces. There's A Good Reason She Refused.
Actress Uzo Aduba is an incredibly talented, beautiful, Emmy-winning actress. But as Uzo explains it, she didn't always see herself the way we see her today. Thankfully, her mother was there to set her straight.
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Girl Was Afraid To Wear Dress To Cinderella Movie, So Her Uncle Did This
Jesse Nagy’s 4-year-old niece Izzy really wanted to dress up as a princess to go see Disney’s new Cinderella live action movie, but she was afraid that no one else would dress up. That’s when the tattooed and muscular 26-year-old actor decided to dress up as a princess to make sure that Izzy would feel fine going to the movie dressed up! Now that’s role-model material. Nagy borrowed a prom dress from a friend and topped the outfit off with a tiara, a handbag and… flip-flops (give him a break – he’d have broken his ankles!).
Gepubliceerd op 29 apr. 2012 ARMAND ST. MARTIN brilliantly provides fans with his humorous solo single release, POTHOLES AND POLITICIANS, in which he performs piano, vocal, bass, drums, tambourine, baritone sax, trumpet, and the horn section. He also wrote this original snappy song about a subject that many cities around the United States and Canada are experiencing - potholes - because he's personally hit potholes while traversing New Orleans, especially since Katrina including on his own street! Adding his comedic touch to a serious issue, St. Martin's song should drive home the connection between the two: Potholes AND Politicians. We've all most-likely have recognized what potholes can do to our vehicles! Armand St. Martin's masterpiece, Potholes and Politicians, was a concept he's been thinking about ever since Katrina. He performed the song to his audiences in his live shows for several years and they begged for his recording, saying, "This hit song should be featured on Letterman, Leno, Ellen, Conan and Oprah!" (Maybe the answer to world problems is a bit of humor tossed into any mix.) "I had 3 flat tires in one day," St. Martin says, "so I'm doing something about it, I'm singing my tune!" Wife and manager/press agent Patty Lee, who is also a former DJ, created this homegrown music video designed around the St. Martin's own pothole experiences. Both St. Martin's produced this music video, and Lee directed it. Armand St. Martin performed, arranged and recorded Potholes and Politicians. Potholes and Politicians is a classic! -