Posts Tagged ‘Audience’

Kanye West Surprises “Arsenio Hall Show” Audience During Rick Ross Performance: Watch Here!

He’s always up for rocking the microphone, and Kanye West gave the folks over at “The Arsenio Hall Show” a little extra thrill last night (March 6).

The “No Church in the Wild” rapper showed up during Rick Ross’ performance of “Sanctified” along with fellow emcee Big Sean, and the crowd went wild.

Arsenio kicked things off, “Y’all good? I can’t hear you. Are you big Rick Ross fans? He’s gangster ain’t he? Rick Ross is so gangster his beard has warrants.”

“Kicking it off tonight performing ‘Sanctified,’ here is Rick ‘The Boss’ Ross and some very special friends. Go, y’all!”




Austin Mahone Amazes His Audience with “Banga Banga”

Making an electrifying appearance at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, Austin Mahone was one among many celebrity singers to bring down the city around him!

The 17-year-old San Antonia native delivered a captivating performance of his hit song, “Banga Banga” today (November 28), making countless female spectators swoon and go weak in the knees.

“HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!!” the song star wrote on Twitter, following up with, “That was so much fun!!! My face is frozen tho…”

He also wrote his own personal thanks offering: “Thankful for everyone that got “BangaBanga on iTunes!!” followed by, “The crowds were insaneee!!! So much love out there.”

Is Madonna sacrificing creativity for the sake of reaching a younger audience?

Question by : Is Madonna sacrificing creativity for the sake of reaching a younger audience?
After watching the Sticky and Sweet Tour (not her best at all and compare terribly to the Confessions Tour) and her latest campaign with Dolce & Gabbana I’ve noticed Madonna wants to reach out to the younger generations. Is she sacrificing her creativity in doing this?

Best answer:

Answer by vanity
In my opinion, yes. I have always loved Madonna and she really was a great publicist for herself, but now its time to move over. What made her famous will keep her there, but only if she sticks to her fans favorite tunes, and trust me some of us are wondering where they went.

Add your own answer in the comments!

Really Eff Up the Fourth Wall with Seven Minutes of Films Acknowledging the Audience

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For those aspiring Zack Morrises out there, here’s Leigh Singer’s supercut of film characters breaking the fourth wall, metaphorically and/or literally winking at the audience like they can see you through the screen. They can’t, though, so you can stay naked as you watch this:


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Whoops, forgot the best one:

Cartoon Network Hall Of Game Awards – Backstage And Audience

Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings attends Cartoon Network Hall of Game Awards held at The Barker Hanger on Febuary… 

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Variety’s Power Of Comedy Presented By Sims 3 In Partnership With Bing- Show And Audience

Actor BJ Novak (R) and guest attend Variety’s Power of Comedy presented by Sims 3 in Partnership with Bing at Club Nokia on… 

2010 CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute – Backstage And Audience

Anuradha Koirala of Maiti Nepal and Host Anderson Cooper onstage at the 2010 CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute held at The… 

19. Entrepreneur finds audience for short filmmakers

Shorts open door for directors
Some years back, investment banker Carter Pilcher stumbled across some really good short movies made by a few talented friends, and the money-making and artistic sides of his brain suddenly clicked.

Read more on Red Deer Advocate

Entrepreneur finds audience for short filmmakers
Some years back, investment banker Carter Pilcher stumbled across some really good short movies made by a few talented friends, and the money-making and artistic sides of his brain suddenly clicked.

Read more on Provo Daily Herald

19. Entrepreneur finds audience for short filmmakers
LOS ANGELES: Some years back, investment banker Carter Pilcher stumbled across some really good short movies made by a few talented friends, and the money-making and artistic sides of his brain suddenly clicked.

Read more on The Star

Entrepreneur finds audience for short filmmakers

Hitman Clooney’s ‘American’ wins weekend with $16M
George Clooney’s hitman tale “The American” has captured the top spot at the box office with a $16.4 million debut over the long Labor Day weekend.

Read more on AP via Yahoo! News

Shorts open door for directors
Some years back, investment banker Carter Pilcher stumbled across some really good short movies made by a few talented friends, and the money-making and artistic sides of his brain suddenly clicked.

Read more on Red Deer Advocate

Entrepreneur finds audience for short filmmakers
Some years back, investment banker Carter Pilcher stumbled across some really good short movies made by a few talented friends, and the money-making and artistic sides of his brain suddenly clicked.

Read more on Provo Daily Herald

Did anyone go to the premiere of Twilight Eclipse? what was the Girl/Boy Ratio in the audience?

was it for every 1 boy there was 10 girls? and that one boy was probably gay?