Pop Singing Sensation Maddie Kae Release Single On ITunes
Rising star Maddie Kae is the fresh voice that the pop music industry is asking for. Industry reps and fans everywhere are turning their attention towards the new “it” girl of pop music, with her catchy fresh single “Being Me,” which is now available on iTunes!
Maddie Kae may be a young artist, but her experience as a singer stems from a young age. In addition to her clear talent and beauty, Maddie has a charm about her that adds to the qualities that make fans and critics everywhere fall in love with her. Her new single “Being Me” is a fun and catchy pop tune that is gaining Maddie positive feedback and attention from critics and fans from all over and is now readily accessible through iTunes.
As an upcoming artist with true vocal skills and a serious passion for music, there is no doubt that this astonishing natural talent is quickly becoming the next princess of pop. Check out “Being Me” on iTunes now to get a taste at what this prodigious pop talent has to offer!
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Selena Gomez has launched her first self-titled fragrance!
The 19-year-old poses in a purple pool of water, soaking wet, and wearing a purple strapless Maria Lucia Hohan dress.
“I knew I wanted a tall bottle, because I feel like it can kind of stand up with all the other fragrances,” Gomez told Women’s Wear Daily. It’s also intended to look like a swirly ball gown, to match the purple frock Selena wears in the ad campaign.
“The water is actually lit from underneath, so it made it look pink and purple, like the colors of the bottle,” Gomez told People magazine. “I wanted it to look like I was swimming in my fragrance.”
What do you think of her new ad?
I’ve always loved that Dove uses “Real Women” in their campaign, something they started in 2004. Dove has for years longed to boost women’s self-esteem, while giving them great products.
The idea is “to make more women feel beautiful every day by widening stereotypical views of beauty.”
Now, with Dove’s “The Ad Makeover,” the brand is going further to make women feel beautiful: combatting negative advertising.
Specifically, Dove is setting its sights on all those small but sneaky ads on the side of your screen that shout-out to your “jelly rolls” or “love handles” or “muffin tops” (and sometimes even animate them — that’s the worst). Through Dove Australia’s “The Ad Makeover,” created by Ogilvy, Aussie women can go online and create alternative, feel-good ads instead. Instead of targeting your insecurities, the messages include “The perfect bum is the one you’re sitting on,” for example, or “When it comes to your body, love the one you’re with.”
Our favorite: “Think of your cups as half full.”
The result? You and other women will see colorful, positive ads along the side of your profiles instead. The push to change the way we talk about our bodies — and in this case, the way our bodies are talked about — is something we’re totally on board with. Now if only Dove could bring the Facebook campaign to U.S. soil ASAP…
Go to Facebook.com to see more. Would you participate?