So I was watching USA’s In Plain Sight and at the end of the episode they played John Waite’s Change. The first time I heard this song was on the Vision Quest soundtrack and can I tell you that was one awesome soundtrack. Hopefully it is out on CD because I so have to buy it now that In Plain Sight reminded me what a good soundtrack it was! Did you know that Michael Schoeffling was in Vision Quest looking as hot as ever it in and that Madonna made her feature film debut in it.
So some guy named Kato Kristophe asked me to be his MySpace friend. Ever since spammers created MySpace pages, I check out anyone’s page who asks me to be their friend. So I scrolled down to his friends’ list to make sure he had some and one of his friend is Andrea McArdle. McArdle is best known for playing Annie on Broadway, so of course I had to check out her MySpace page and add her as a friend! It was seriously such a treat, not only does she have songs of her doing Annie on it she also some of her other Broadway prerformances on her page! So being someone who loves a great Broadway Musical…especially Annie, I felt the need to share one of my favorite show tunes (Tomorrow) that she posted on her page with all of you!!!
So I was looking for video on YouTube of The N’s new show The Best Years that premiers on June 29th and instead I found the opening theme to Kids Incorporated! What a nice surprise! I forgot how awesome that song was, and how catchy it can be! We’re Kids Incorporated. K-I-D-S…
So after watching Dancing with the Stars last night and they watching as they danced to Jamirquai’s Canned Heat it reminded me of one of my favorite movies Center Stage. The dancing in that movie just awed me. G-d what an amazing dancer Ethan Stiefel is. What I would do to be his dancing partner. The way he moves…purrrr. Just watch the below dance number from the movie and you will totally understand what I mean!!!
OMG! Someone has way too much time on their hands and boy I am glad that they did! Seriously how f’ing cool was that? Two of my all-time favorite death scenes are 56 and 114, but I forgot how many awesome kills Jason Voorhees actually committed in all of those Friday the 13th movies! G-d I love Jason Voorhees and the guy (James Avery) who put that together!!! You go guys!