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    Question: What was your initial motivation to do PostSecret?

    Answer: When I started PostSecret my motive was to create a “place” where people could feel free to share their private hopes, desires and fears. A place where the secrets they could not tell their friends and family would be treated with dignity in a non-judgmental way.

    But looking back almost three years later, I know that there was another drive at work at the time that I was unaware of. After I started the project I received a secret from a man describing a humiliating childhood experience that he had never shared with anyone. The courage he showed in mailing that postcard to me inspired me to recognize a similar secret I had been carrying alone for more than thirty years. It was an experience that I had never thought of as a secret, but I had never told anyone about it.

    So I told my secret to my wife and daughter, faced it on a postcard, and—in my case—mailed it to myself. It brought me a sense of healing and ownership of that buried episode in my own life. And now in hindsight, I think the reason I began PostSecret was because at a level below my own awareness, I was struggling to reconcile with a childhood secret. And like others I have heard from, I was able to find greater self-understanding and self-acceptance through a the stranger’s secret.



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  • 07/18/15--21:30: Uh oh, GI Joe...

  • -it was at a party at D’Angelico Guitars last week
    -“They were together the whole night, sitting on a couch, basically on top of each other,” said a spy. “They were being very affectionate, and kissed more than once. Just smooching, not a hard-core make-out sesh.”
    -Gigi's rep says, “[Gigi] and her ex are friendly and talked briefly. Cody was accompanied by another blond female.”
    -Hadid was with Joe Jonas the next night. “They were being super cute and cuddly the whole night, kept kissing and hugging openly,” said a spy.

    Do you hang out with your ex platonically right after a break-up, ontd?


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    Camila Cabello and her backup singers finally reached a Vevo milestone with their fifth single, "Worth It" achieving 100 million views with the help of obsessive fans hitting refresh 35 times a day. However, instead of celebrating the success of what will probably be their only hit, the girl group has been targeted by YouTube, who removed the video from their website, stating that the video was “a violation of (its) policy on repetitive, misleading or inappropriate metadata.”

    The band's management label tweeted that they didn't know what had happened and were working on getting the video restored, but as of midnight EST, the video is still missing. Rumor has it that the video was deleted due to at least two of the members being underage when the sexually suggestive video was filmed.

    Harmonizers were, predictably, outraged, taking to social media to voice their complaints, trending the hashtag, #WeWantWorthItBackOnYoutube and even trying to drag legal adult Nicki Minaj and British rivals Little Mix into it:

    Even Vevo put in their two cents to try and get hits for their website

    In addition, Fifth Harmony had to cancel a concert in Cincinnati this weekend, claiming scheduling conflicts, although a map of available seats shows that the venue had failed to even sell out the front section of the pavilion.

    The band also released a Spanish version of "Worth It" which is still currently up on Youtube but only has around 400,000 views, still gives Lauren no solos despite her being fluent in Spanish and makes Camila sound even worse than normal. You can listen to it here if you want.

    source, worth it spanish

    have you bought worth it on itunes yet, ontd?

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    Due to the enormous popularity of the ONTD Original: 7 movies from Europe that are worth watching I bring the Australian edition of films that I think you should watch because I like them.

    ONE: Picnic At Hanging Rock

    Year: 1975
    IMDB Rating: 7.6
    Anyone you know: Peter Weir (Director), a hella young Jackie Weaver (Animal Kingdom, Silver Linings Playbook), also hella young John Jarret (Wolf Creek)
    What it's about: You've probably heard of this movie. It's usually the one to pop up on lists of top ten Australian movies and remains a triumph of Australian film making with a haunting soundtrack and stunning cinematography. The basic premise is this, on St Valentine's Day 1900 the students of an all girls school travel to hanging rock. Four of the girls decide to go for a walk around the rock and only one returns to the group, screaming and incoherent, unable to articulate what happened to the other three girls (and their governess that no one gives a shit about).
    Why I think you should watch it: Hanging Rock is my favourite place in the world so far and I've spent most of my life in it's general vicinity. It's a great Australian past time to troll people that the events of the movie (based on the book by Joan Lindsay) is based on truth. While both the movie and book are entirely fictional, if you ever visit the rock, there's a feeling of possibility that it might just happen.

    TWO: Suburban Mayhem

    Year: 2006
    IMDB Rating: 5.6
    Anyone you know: Mia Wasikowska (Alice In Wonderland, The Only Lovers Left Alive) Anthony Hayes (Animal Kingdom, Rabbit Proof Fence)
    What it's about: This a beautifully trashy movie that examines the life of a bogan queen Katrina who is a force to be reckoned with. She enlists a variety of white dick with her magic pussy to do her sneaky deeds as her dad finally wakes up to her slovenly ways. She wants money to get her brother out of jail and she'll do anything to get it. It's got everything you want in a bogan movie, trashy clothing, cars that make loud revving noises and Jim Beam.
    Why I think you should watch it: If you've got delusions about what Australia is really like (pristine white sand beaches with a bevy of Jai Courtney's and Chris Hemsworth's) watching Suburban Mayhem will shattered them. And so it should.

    THREE: The Dish

    Year: 2000
    IMDB Rating: 7.3
    Anyone you know: Sam Neill (Jurassic Park, The Tudors) Roy Billing (Aquamarine) Bernard Curry (Once Upon A Time, Faking It, Pretty Little Liars... I didn't even know he broke into the American market)
    What it's about: Turn's out, back in 1969, the Parkes satellite dish was the biggest in the southern hemisphere and was used to broadcast the moon landing. Naturally it applies itself greatly to the Australian rhetoric of celebrating the underdog because the Parkes observatory was located in the middle of a sheep paddock. The movie is a slightly fictionalised version of true events.
    Why I think you should watch it: The Dish is a perfect example of Australian comedy done right. It's movie about an event that everyone on this earth knows but told in that typical australian way. It has everything. From calling idiots 'galahs' to playing cricket on what I assume was a very expensive piece of equipment.

    FOUR: Crackerjack

    Year: 2002
    IMDB Rating: 6.9
    Anyone you know: Bill Hunter (Strictly Ballroom, Muriel's Wedding, the voice of the dentist in Finding Nemo) Judith Lucy (Comedian) Mick Malloy (Comedian) Samuel Johnson (The Secret Life of Us, shares voice over duties with Marta Dussledorp for every ad on australian tv)
    What it's about: So Jack Simpson is sloth like person who has a membership (or three) to the Cityside Lawn Bowls club to access their car park and rent out his spaces to his workmates. Unfortunately the Cityside Lawn Bowls club is under a bit of financial stress so Club President Len decides all members must now attend to play bowls. Jack turns out to be a bit of alright at bowling and after losing both his job and his girlfriend he's slightly more motivated to help out the only thing he has left in his life, the Bowling Club, from becoming a soulless pokies venue.
    Why I think you should watch it: Can you think of a good reason not to? The whole film is on youtube


    Year: 1982
    IMDB Rating: 7.2
    Anyone you know: Kirk Douglas (for being Michael Douglas's father) Jack Thompson (for being in every half way decent Australian movie ever and the terrible Star Wars prequels)
    What it's about: So the guy who wrote unofficial national anthem Waltzing Matilda also wrote quite a bit of poetry and his most famous is of the same name so it was really only a matter of time before someone tried to adapt the story of the colt by Old Regret for a movie. Jim Craig has been living in the mountains his whole life but when his dad dies the ~mountain men~ come along being general dicks and tell him he has to earn his life in the mountains. So he goes down to the valley for work and ends up working for a man called Harrison who has a very lovely head strong daughter and a very expensive horse that ends up escaping.
    Why I think you should watch it: Ignore the WORST TRAILER I HAVE EVER SEEN above and take this factoid. The lead actor, Tom Burlinson, didn't have much riding experience before filming this movie. The shot in which he rides down a cliff face is actually him and it was done all in one take.

    SIX: The Castle

    Year: 1997
    IMDB Rating: 7.8
    Anyone you know: Eric Bana (he sort of had a Hollywood career once) Bud Tingwell (Trust me. You've seen him in something) Sophie Lee (Muriel's Wedding)
    What it's about: They say a man's home is his castle and that's certainly the case for the Kerrigan family but it turns out that the government want to acquire their home and family patriarch Daryl isn't so down with that idea.
    Why I think you should watch it: The Castle is an Australian classic. If you've ever heard any of the expressions "Tell him he's dreaming", "straight to the pool room" or "how's the serenity" you need to see the source material. The film is also Eric Bana's debut.

    SEVEN: Dot and the Kangaroo

    Year: 1977
    IMDB Rating: 7.2
    Anyone you know: Not a soul
    What it's about: Based on a book of the same name, a young girl gets lost in the bush and befriends a kangaroo who, with a collection of other animals, helps her find her way home.
    Why I think you should watch it: If you want a movie to fuck you up. This is the one you want to watch. You have no excuse, I've posted the whole movie in the post for you.

    Source: Youtube 1234567
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    Feel free to use this post to talk about Australian films you have seen and recommend etc.

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    Katie Stevens of Faking It dared Tyler Posey to get limber with #5TruthorDareChallenge me in a public hipster establishment. Calls out someone from Awkward in the truth or dare challenge.

    src: MTV

    how do you get limber, ONTD?

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    Following other ONTD Original posts highlighting some of the best films from around the globe, here are 7 of my favourite French Canadian films.

    1. Monseiur Lazhar

    Following the suicide of one of the teachers at an elementary school in Montreal, Bashir Lazhar, Algerian immigrant and refugee, is named her replacement. He must deal with his own struggles and grief while simultaneously helping the children work through their own, a task that is made more complicated by the fact that two of children discovered their teacher's body.

    Completely heartbreaking. The story at the end always makes me cry. Received a nomination for Best Foreign Language film at the Oscars.

    2. Incendies

    Following their mother's sudden death, Jeanne and Simon Marwon are left to unwravel the final requests left in their mother's will. They travel overseas to the Middle East to uncover the truth of their mother's life, and to find out whether or not one plus one can truly equal one.

    Completely heartbreaking [2]. I don't really have words for this one. Received a nomination for Best Foreign Language film at the Oscars.

    3. J'ai tué ma mère

    Xavier Dolan's debut. J'ai tué ma mère looks at the relationship between a mother and son. Hubert struggles greatly with the knowledge that while he loves his mother deeply, he detests being her son, and the two struggle to navigate a relationship that has gotten progressively worse over the years.

    Not his finest, but definitely an excellent introduction to Dolan's films. Tbh all his films are worth checking out.

    4. Polytechnique

    Polytechnique documents the École Polytechnique massacre, when a male shooter murdered 14 women and injured 10 women and 4 men on 6 December 1989. The shooter blamed women, especially feminists, for ruining his life.

    Polytechnique was filmed both in English and in French if subtitles aren't your thing.

    5. C.R.A.Z.Y.

    Zac's father Gervais loved two things more than anything--his five sons and Patsy Cline; the latter's song Crazy providing the basis for the names of Gervais' five sons (Christian, Raymond, Antoine, Zachary, and Yvan). Set in Quebec in the 1960s and 70s, Zac struggles to deal with his homophobic father and come to terms with his identity.

    Montreal in the 60s/70s! Lots of Bowie.

    6. De père en flic

    Think buddy cop film, but French Canadian. A feuding father-son police team are forced to work on their relationship while on an undercover assignment.

    Highest grossing French language film in Canadian history!

    7. Bon cop, bad cop

    Idk how to do a serious summary for this one. Basically, a guy dies smack on the border between Ontario (English) and Quebec (French). This means the police from both sides have to work together to solve the mystery. Lots of Canadian references, humour, injokes, hockey, etc.

    Bonus: there's also a great lesson on how to swear in Quebec French if you're at all interested.

    SOURCES: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

    This isn't a list of the ~best French Canadian films ever, but instead a selection of somewhat recent French Canadian films that hopefully contains something everyone will enjoy! Feel free to recommend Canadian films (any language)!

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    have u ever been hit in the face w/ an iphone

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    Carly Slay Jepsen's new song is so good it's literally slaying the critics, probably causing MILLIONS OF DEATHS. This problematic fav must be stopped!

    Do you dare to click the link and risk death by perfection?



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    Josh Duggar posted on his instagram that he and his wife Anna welcomed their fourth child and second daughter, named Meredith Grace, on Sunday. She joins sister Mackynzie, 5, and big brothers Michael, 4, and Marcus, 2.

    Source 1 and Source 2

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    Earth goddess, moon child, Native Tiger™, and friend of turtles everywhere, Megan Fox, was spotted getting gas in LA this weekend. Wearing an outfit that just screams "FASHIONISTA," Megan did the unthinkable by standing there pumping her OWN DAMN GAS like she's some every day trash and not the queen of the earth. See several shots of the action below the cut.


    ONTD, are gas pumping posts the new walking posts?

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    Continuing my Sunday Mexican pride, let's focus now on the top 10 soundtrack songsfrom different movies (good, mediocre, and bad).

    10. Plastilina Mosh - Nalguita

    From the stupid, slightly homophobic/transphobic movie Pink Punch (Puños Rosas), about an assassin that falls in love with a boxer after the man witnesses his shooting in an alley.This song is the best thing that came from it.

    9. Denise Gutiérrez - Quizás, Quizás, Quizás

    Part of a really interesting soundtrack from the FLOP movie Cantinflas, this cover is amazing, and it is just because I'm biased and love Denise's voice and work as part of the band Hello! Seahorse. Go listen to them now!

    8. Café Tacvba - Como Te Extraño mi Amor

    Haven't seen the movie Biutiful, but it has only 64% rotten tomatoes and it's the second movie from the Mexican director Alejandro González Iñárritu to be in Spanish since Amores Perros, to which decided to go back to his Mexican roots an cast the Mexican actor... Nevermind.
    The song, though, is really good and I'm happy that it was brought back for younger generations. Cafeta has a lot of good songs so, go to Spotify and listen to them!

    7. Tin Tan - Piel Canela

    This song comes from the movie 'Unknown Mariachi (El Mariachi Desconocido)', about a guy (Tin Tan) that gets hit on the head, gets amnesia and ends up in Cuba, lol.

    6. Aleks Syntek - Sexo, Pudor y Lágrimas

    From the 1999 risqué movie of the same name, this song made Aleks Syntek and made us feel profound & brave (because it has the word sex in the title/lyrics!!!! ¡ESCÁNDALO!) while singing along.
    5. Molotov - Here Comes the Mayo

    As part of the excellent movie "Y Tu Mamá También", this song from refined Mexican group Molotov, uses highly romanticized metaphors to remind us the importance of personal care, self-esteem and love.

    4.Control Machete ft. Ely Guerra - De Perros Amores

    The soundtrack of this movie (Amores Perros) is really good, with a lot of amazing songs (like this one from Julieta Venegas before she sold her soul). Each one fits perfectly within the world González Iñárritu was trying to illustrate and actually complemented it, making the whole universe of the movie richer.

    3. Celso Piña - Cumbia Sobre el Rio

    Alejandro González Iñárritu's last installment Babel brought his idea of how distant we are with one another, and that not only the language, culture and prejudge can divide us, but also, our simple selves, making us feel isolated even if we are surrounded by people.
    But this film also brought the jams, like this cumbia that you cannot but feel like dancing with a caguamón bien helado.

    2. Pedro Infante - Amorcito Corazón

    From the movie "Nosotros los Pobres", this song made everyone's grandma fall in love with Pepe 'el toro'.

    1. Lola Beltran y mariachi Pulido - Cucurrucucú Paloma

    From the the 1965 film, Cucurrucucú Paloma, this song has been used for several films as part of their soundtrack. The films include: Le Magnifique, Escuela de vagabundos, The Last Sunset, Happy Together, Talk to Her, My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done, and The Five-Year Engagement.



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    Did you guys go out or stay in this weekend ONTD?


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  • 07/19/15--16:36: JOE DIRT 2 TRAILER

  • source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XHm34jVpeIo
    now if only we could get a dickie roberts child star sequel...

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    Briana Jungwirth was spotted out in Los Angeles on July 17.

    - “Come with me, my boy wants to talk to you,” Louis’ personal bodyguard allegedly said to Briana after the One Direction singer laid his eyes on her while out one night.
    - The first time Louis and Briana were ever photographed together was leaving Project nightclub in Los Angeles on May 9.

    - “The news of the pregnancy has actually brought them closer together,” a source EXCLUSIVELY tells HollywoodLife.com.
    - “He’s been reaching out to Eleanor more than ever before and reassuring her that he never wanted to hurt her…that the pregnancy wasn’t planned and that he’s not in a serious relationship with Briana.”
    - “He’s been telling Eleanor that no one can compare to her. Louis feels like he let Eleanor down and for that he’s really sorry,” the source continued. “He feels bad and knows how hard it’s been on her.”
    - “To say she’s not hurting is a joke. You don’t just break up with someone after 3 plus years and then just move on. You need time to heal, which is what Eleanor was doing, while Louis was being a rock star on the road.”
    - Louis reached out to Eleanor on her birthday, on July 16. “Eleanor received the sweetest message along with flowers from Louis. She’s still in LA visiting her best girlfriend, so he sent her 23 sunflowers, 23 white roses and a stuffed animal, a cute plushy elephant, with a note wishing her the best birthday ever and that he was thinking of her,” an insider spilled.

    lol sure.

    sources: 1+2+3+4

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    Premiering tonight on Spike TV, the epic three-night miniseries "Tut" features Avan Jogia as the titular boy king and co-stars Academy Award winner Ben Kingsley as his grandfather, the Vizier Ay, with Game of Thrones alums Nonso Anonzie as General Horemheb and Alexander Siddig as High Priest Amun. Rounding out the cast are young actresses Sibylla Deen, who plays Tut's half-sister and wife Ankhesenamun, and Kylie Bunbury as the king’s lover, Suhad.

    Early reviews are positive, especially in regards to the supporting cast, but Jogia has received some praise for his role as the young king. Fans of 'Game of Thrones' will likely enjoy the historical intrigue, fancy costumes and brother/sister incest.


    are you going to watch it tonight, ontd?

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    This B-list actress in on one of the biggest shows in the world, but whilst her B-list co-star is being offered tons of high profile and high paying roles, our less traditionally attractive B-list actress is struggling to find high calibre work outside of it. With the show winding down, her team’s nervous about the future. She’s never really liked the way she looked, so she’s considering seeing a doctor for some plastic surgery. She’s only 18 / 19.

    Who is our actress?

    Who is our co-star?


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    -"Tangerine" was shot on the streets of Hollywood, entirely using an iPhone 5S.

    -Mya Taylor describes getting the role as being "at the right place, at the right time."

    -She met the director Sean S. Baker at The Village, an LGBT center in Hollywood.

    -She just started transitioning when filming began, so she felt very self-conscious.

    -Mya Taylor is already getting Oscar buzz for her role as Alexandra.

    Sources: Access Hollywood + Twitter

    I loved this movie! Who else has seen it?

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    shaym: Saturdayzzz… (Insert flamingo emoticon) 💦

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    shaym: Look into my eyes 👀🌀☀️…#sunniertimes #sunnieroutfits

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    shaym: Last Tuesday’s attire was slightly different than today’s… #backtowork #emilywouldntwearit 😜

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    shaym:☝️… Pie on a stick.@lastreetfoodfest

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    j.celyngot: a secret, can you keep it? well i guess it’s no secret that @shaym is foodie body goals 😍😩😩 #shaymitchell #prettylittleliars

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    sammyinla: I’ve had dreams that were QUITE similar to this situation #iamdonut #foodsquad 🍩

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    shaym: Hello weekend… #getaway 🌺🌴☀️

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    luluandgeorgia: #BTS with @shaym at today’s shoot 🍔☀️ #landgathome #comingsoon #summersoirée

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    saman_tana: Styling today for @luluandgeorgia and the incredibly beautiful @shaym. Shay, your home is incredible! I am going to copy everything, but in miniature form in my little house. 😍#luluandgeorgia

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    luluandgeorgia: Shooting something very special with bae @shaym today!#summersoirée #comingsoon #BTS

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    shaym: Sunnies + sun + pool + a beautiful wall = meetings in LA ☀️😎🌴 #feelslikevacay

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    shaym: Wander often, wonder always…#WanderWednesday 💫

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    shaym: I couldn’t be more excited to watch this beautiful little angel, Genevieve, grow up. @eyomtobian and@jeffvespa , thank you for bringing her into the world and making me her #1babysitter… and Sammy.#shewasadoulaiwasnt#myarmswerenumbbutididntcare#iwantone ?! Haha 💋👶

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    shaym: Working out with this one today !#hesweatsbuckets 💦#hepunchedthepole 😂 @bigshot

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    shaym: Sun’s out tongue’s out… ☀️😜 #BTSfrom my @seventeen magazine out now!

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    shaym: BTS from my @seventeenmagazine shoot on stands now!… 😜

    sources: 1+2+3+4+5+snapchat

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    this post is for rainstormraider

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    Hilary had an intimate interview for fans who won a contest, she talks about her new album, past experiences as a child star, how to break into the industry, life as a mom, and more!

    -Talks taking an 8 year break from music
    -Talks social media being an amazing outlet to fans, Instagram her favorite.
    -Talks about writing a trilogy with a co-writer
    -Talks about how people put too much pressure on themselves (new mothers)
    -She sees herself singing and acting in 10 years, but she's not a super planner. She wants more kids
    -She says she feels more nervous performing now, but she's excited to go on tour it will just take time.
    -She likes wine and likes tequila at night, and doesn't like beer.
    -Says Miley is unapologetically being herself, and it takes a lot of guts to go as bold as she did but it works for her.
    -She says female artists are dominating right now, when I came from Disney I had to fight a little more.
    -She says she was very starstruck meeting Britney Spears
    -She says she has acquaintances in the industry, but she doesn't surround herself around the hollywood scene.

    Shopping at Stella Mccarthy July 18th


    What tracks are you currently loving on BIBO?

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