Posts Tagged ‘Eye Candy’

Rosa Acosta… Just Beacause

June 23, 2010

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This has been Rosa Acosta… Just Because. Have a good day 😉

Eye Candy: Adrienne Bailon On Signature Hits Cover

March 19, 2010

In the article she talks about her solo career, The Cheetah Girls, and she even goes way back and talks about 3LW. In case you missed her in the Adidas Originals commercial, you can peep that after the jump (1:00 mark)…

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Christmas Eye Candy: Rosa Acosta’s KING Magazine Spread

December 24, 2009

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Eye Candy: Jessica White

December 3, 2009

After seeing the pic below… I just had to make her my Eye candy of the month. Enjoy.

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Eye Candy: Yasmin Deliz

October 18, 2009

After receiving Next Day Air in NetFlixx’s memorable red envelope, I popped the DVD in. I was debating whether I was going to finish it of not, cause it was poorly written. That, and cause Lauren London only had a 6 minute scene. But this chick persuaded me to finish the movie. 🙂

Let’s see her in action! Ignore the other dude.

Eye Candy: Solange Knowles

October 2, 2009

Ever since Solange cut the hair, she’s been looking so fine to me. Recently she sat down with Honeymag.com, which some excerpts from the interview are below (as well as the photo shoot), but read it in its entirity here:

Honey Mag: Obviously, it’s a different reaction with you because of who you are, but have you found that you’re received differently by the general public than you are with the long hair? How does the outside world treat you?

Solange:
The first picture of me when I cut it off — I had no idea that there was any photography going on. I was looking like someone taking their kid to school at 7 o’clock in the morning in jeans and a top and no makeup on, no earrings, no nothing. That reaction was very harsh, very negative. I think it was the initial thought of change in someone that freaked everyone out. As a society we equate beauty with the images that have been placed in front of us since we were little kids. Every Disney movie, every fairy tale, every pop star typically has a certain aesthetic and look. I think that anytime we see something different, it freaks us out. The more people warmed up to it, and they saw more images of me with it and dressed up with my earrings and a little something, something on my face, I think then people were more willing to conform and accept it. Now, it’s interesting how the first day I had it, I had nothing but negative, evil, cruel things in my inbox and then yesterday [after Oprah aired] I had 300,000 people saying ‘Oh my God, you looked amazing, so beautiful, and you made us proud.’ People were able to hear my reasoning, which is good and bad because we should be able to just express ourselves.

Honey Mag: Do you have any advice to industry moms in particular, or just young working moms who still want to be themselves?
Solange: I think balance is the essential key to motherhood. I think it’s a really hard rhythm to find, but if you learn how to capture it, it makes the rewards so beautiful. I try not to ever be away from him unless he’s with his dad. We have equal custody, so we work together on it, but it definitely gets hard when I have all these opportunities coming at me. I have to say no to a lot of things because at the end of the day I know that no matter how many awards or accolades or praise or money I get, the one thing that really is a judgment of me is what kind of mother I am. A lot of people feel like their life has to stop because of the child, and they have to let go of their interests. You definitely have to compromise some of them, but I’ve been really blessed. When I went to see Grace Jones, Julez was right there with me. Julez is right there with me when I go for my bike rides. And when I go on tour, he’s with me. And I feel so blessed to be in the position to do that.

HoneyMag: Well, speaking of assumptions. I think a lot of people have been zeroing in on Twitter convos between you and a certain Mr. Wale, automatically linking the two of you together. Then we see Central Park photos…

Solange:
Riiiight.

HoneyMag: Whether we’re rooting for it or not… we just want to know.
Solange: Well, he’s definitely not my boyfriend.

HoneyMag: Well, we can cross that off the list.
Solange: No, I just stated that he’s not my boyfriend, but we are good friends. I have worked with him in the past and I think he’s uber-talented. I think he’s really smart and really creative. And I respect his art. We have a mutual thing. We’re on the same record label and yeah…


Eye Candy: Kelly Rowland

August 27, 2009