Janet opened the night with an 8 minute medley of her songs
Whitney Houston Performs at the AMA Awards 2009 before recieving her International Artist Award
Rihanna performed “Wait Your Turn” and “Hard” at the 2009 AMA Awards
Shakira Performs ''Give it to me'' at the 2009 AMA Awards
Jennifer Lopez busted her ass mid-performance (around the 2:40 mark).
Alicia Keys perfoms ''Try sleeping with a broken Heart'' at the 2009 AMA Awards
Lady Gaga perfomance for the 2009 AMA Awards
Eminem gives a hot performance for the 2009 AMA Awards
Jay-z and Alicia Keys perform ''Empire State if Mind'' at 2009 AMA Awards
Mary J. Blige performs ''I am'' at the 2009 AMA Awards
Timbaland, Nelly Furtado and Soshy perform Morning After Dark'' at the 2009 AMA Awards.
For those of you who missed the 2009 American Music Awards here's a recap of the hottest performances of the night!!
Sunday, November 22, 2009
Hip-Hop entertainment/advertising mogul Steve Stoute exclusive ''Top 40 under 40'' Interview with the Lifefiles.com
We are bigs fans of Mr. Steve Stoute.........
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I know I know, how did I find this footage, never mind just watch it and thank me
Posted by Mr. Entertainment at 6:31 PM
Royal Caribbean’s $1.5 Billion ''Oasis of the Seas'' new cruise ship is five times the size of the Titanic, has 2700 cabins and 16 decks.
Let's hope this doesn't turn out to be Titanic pt II. I figure with the amount of technology and advancement we as humans have now this should be around for a while.
Posted by Mr. Entertainment at 6:16 PM
Since the inception of film-making in Nigeria 15 years ago, the world has been waiting for one Nollywood film that stands apart from the rest, one that will capture the minds and hearts of movie-goers worldwide, one that will leave a timeless memory, capable of illustrating the creativity, tradition, and essence of Nigerian culture. IJE is that movie. Typically, Nollywood movies neglect the way films should be made by ignoring production value, focusing instead on famous actors and actresses. IJE which means “the journey” in the Nigerian language Igbo, will undeniably revolutionize the way Nigerian movies are viewed and created, as it is the first Nollywood film to include features common to Hollywood movies
Unprecedented in scope, IJE tells a tale of Chioma, a child growing up in the Nigerian countryside, who warned her restless sister, Anya, about the trappings of the American Dream. Now ten years later, Anya is accused of killing three men in a Hollywood Hills mansion—one of them her record producer-husband. Chioma travels from Nigeria to Los Angeles, and with the help of a young, unproven attorney, discovers that the dark secret her sister wants to keep hidden might be the only thing that can win her freedom. A majority of the film was shot in the U.S. on 35mm, but it has flash back scenes that were shot on location in Jos, Nigeria.
Directed and produced by Nigerian Born Chineze Anyaene, “IJE” is a compelling drama with organic twists and turns. Anyaene is the youngest female director, and the first woman to film 35mm in Nollywood. Also produced by Paula Moreno, one of the first Producers in L.A. to take on the challenge of filming a Nollywood feature, the film boasts of an internationally diverse cast, such as Nigerian A-lister’s Genevieve Nnaji, who was recently profiled by Oprah Winfrey as one of the most famous people in the world, Nigeria’s sweetheart Omotola Ekeinde, and critically acclaimed actor Clem Ohameze. Hispanic sensation Odalys Garcia and upcoming actor Ulrich Que join the brilliant cast, a component that makes the film widely appealing to international audiences. Anyaene and Moreno, two trailblazing minority women, are determined to make a change in the international movie industry by merging the Hollywood and Nollywood industries.
IJE: THE JOURNEY is set for an exclusive screening at Warner Bros. on November 14, 2009 in Burbank, CA. For more information, marketing, and promotional opportunities please firstname.lastname@example.org
I love to see articles like this. It's about time we start merging Nigerian Entertainment with American Entertainment. In essence that's what Tory411.com is all about................
Posted by Mr. Entertainment at 6:11 PM
NEWMUSIC/VIDEOS: Naeto C ft YQ-Duro(World Premiere), Ja Rule - Father Forgive Me,Dola Billz ft. Saffie-Sing 4 Me,Slaughterhouse ft. Eminem-Microphone
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Rihanna's album comes out in U.S stores and online tomorrow Nov 23rd. The album is already number #1 on itunes in Germany, Austria, and Ireland, it’s also #2 in Switzerland, Belgium and Luxembourg, #6 in Italy and #8 in Netherlands.
Ok the pics are kinda Rated R, but is the album Rated R??? Comments pls..........
Posted by Mr. Entertainment at 5:32 PM
Hollywood trade publication Variety today revealed that Oscar winner Jennifer Hudson will be playing ex-wife of Nelson Mandela, Winnie Mandela in a new movie set to begin filming in South Africa next year.
According to Variety, ‘Hudson will play Winnie Mandela in a film that begins production May 30 in the South African locations of Johannesburg, Cape Town, Transkei and Robben Island, where the future president spent 18 of his 27 years in prison.
“Winnie” will be directed by Darrell J. Roodt, the veteran South African filmmaker whose 2006 film “Yesterday” was Africa’s Best Foreign Film nominee, and who also directed “Cry, The Beloved Country,” and “Sarafina!”
Andre Pieterse, Roodt and Paul L. Johnson wrote a script based on the Anne Marie du Preez Bezdrob biography “Winnie Mandela:A Life.” Picture is being made with South African and Canadian money, with Pieterse producing with Michael Mosca of Canada’s Equinoxe Films.
While Nelson Mandela — who’ll be played by Morgan Freeman in the Clint Eastwood-directed “Invictus” — is a universally sympathetic figure for his struggle against apartheid, his former wife is a far more complicated figure. She has been depicted as the mother and wife who was a steadfast supporter of her activist husband and who was jailed herself for campaigning for his release and fighting against apartheid. Her image was subsequently tarnished by association with a bodyguard who murdered a 14-year old alleged informer, and she was later convicted of fraud.
The filmmakers will tell the whole story, good and bad.
“I was compelled and moved when I read the script,” Hudson said. “Winnie Mandela is a complex and extraordinary woman and I’m honored to be the actress asked to portray her. This is a powerful part of history that should be told.”
Hudson, who is expected to sing the film’s theme song, won the Oscar for her screen debut in “Dreamgirls’ and followed with “The Secret Life of Bees” and “Sex and the City.”
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GARDEN CITY, N.Y. — New York police shut down a mall appearance by teen pop singer Justin Bieber (BEE'-ber) after thousands of young girls showed up and got a little too wild.
Nassau County police say girls and adults in the crowd of nearly 3,000 started pushing and shoving as they waited for the 15-year-old sensation to arrive Friday at the Roosevelt Field Mall in Garden City.
Five people were taken to hospitals with minor injuries.
Police arrested a vice president from Bieber's record label, Island Def Jam Records. They say he wasn't cooperating with attempts to disperse the crowd.
Some fans had camped out overnight for the event.
Bieber never made it into the building. He told WBLI radio that police turned him away.
Bieber's debut album, "My World," was released Tuesday November 17th 2009.
Talk about celebrity status..................... There are lots of grown artists that wouldn't have even had 25 people at their in mall appearance.
Posted by Mr. Entertainment at 4:14 PM