Saturday, September 1, 2012



                            LADY GAGA



       I'm waiting for this perfume. It set to be release in October in Malaysia.

Friday, August 31, 2012




                           I'M BACK !! 



           READY TO SLAY UR FAVES !!!

        I'M COMING FOR YOUR WIGS . !!!!

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Amy Winehouse Funeral Brings Family and Friends Together, Covers NME Magazines

Friends and family were saying goodbye to Amy Winehouse Tuesday at a private funeral ceremony in London.

Producer Mark Ronson and media personality Kelly Osbourne - her hair piled beehive-high in an echo of the singer's trademark style - were among mourners arriving for the service at Edgwarebury Cemetery in north London.

The service was expected to be followed by cremation and a family gathering at a local synagogue.

The soul diva, who had battled alcohol and drug addiction, was found dead Saturday at her London home. She was 27.

An autopsy held Monday failed to determine the cause of the singer's death. Police are awaiting the results of toxicology tests, which will take two to four weeks.

On Monday the singer's father, mother and brother visited the house where she died, thanking mourners who had left flowers and cards.

Father Mitch Winehouse said "Amy was about one thing and that was love."

Her whole life was devoted to her family and her friends and to you guys as well," he told fans.

Since her death, her records have re-entered album charts around the world, and tributes have poured in from fans and fellow musicians.

George Michael called her "the most soulful vocalist this country has ever seen," and soul singer Adele said she "paved the way for artists like me and made people excited about British music again."

Since her death, her records have re-entered album charts around the world, and tributes have poured in from fans and fellow musicians.

George Michael called her "the most soulful vocalist this country has ever seen," and soul singer Adele said she "paved the way for artists like me and made people excited about British music again."

sources :

At the same time, NME’s new issue will be a special edition tribute to the late Amy Winehouse. The issue, which features a beautiful shot of the songstress on the cover, will contain 10 pages of previously unseen photos from the NME archives, “heartfelt tributes”, and a look back at several moments throughout her short but iconic career.

While, her best friend, also a artist Kelly Osbourne tweet on Kelly Osbourne July 24, 2011
: i cant even breath right my now im crying so hard i just lost 1 of my best friends. i love you forever Amy & will never forget the real you!

and posted a picture of them together :

i miss my friend! im going to be off twitter for a while thank you for all your support! #pray4amy
i miss my friend! im going to be off twitter for a while thank you for all your support! #pray4amy

Monday, July 25, 2011

Lady Gaga x Dr. Dre's New 'Heartbeats Earphones'

Lady Gaga FANS, these Heartbeat earphones from Monster by Dr. Dre actually look good enough to be worn by both gender. With less bling, as compared to the first Heartbeats earphones, but it's doesn't means the first one is bad. The in-ear noise-isolation makes it can deliver high quality sound without distortion. The sound-isolating seal keeps your music in and all the unwanted external noise out. Check out below the new one Heartbeat 2.0 and old one below :

OMG, i'm obsessed with this..

The Heartbeats 2.0 features ControlTalk Universal in-line micrphone and remote control for you to have hands-free talk and control music playback. It works with iPhone as well as other smartphones and music phones. It even works with online voice or video chats on iPad, iPhone or iPod touch. The headphones comes with tangle free cable. It includes SportHooks, 6 sets of ear tips, and compact hard carrying case.

You can get the Heartbeats 2.0 by Lady Gaga for $129.95. It available at black and white color.


Heartbeats by Lady Gaga are holistically designed to deliver the soundtrack of your life with clarity and power, as well as satisfy your passion for fashion. Immerse yourself in pitch-perfect highs, precise mids, and club caliber bass. Because when your music sounds amazing, you stop hearing it, and start feeling it. In other words, sound really matters. Plus, Lady Gaga didn't just style-check Heartbeats, she created the design to ensure they look like no other headphone out there.

• High Performance Sound
• Wired With Monster Cable
• Tangle Free Cable
• Multiple Noise Isolating Eartips

Talk of releasing Amy Winehouse’s third album begins…

Amy Winehouse’s unfinished third album, which she was working sporadically on for the last two years, could reportedly receive a posthumous release.

Within hours of Winehouse’s death, her 2006 album Back To Black had topped the iTunes chart and fans flocked to buy her most famous single, Rehab.

Sources said that the songs were at demo stage but there was “a lot of material” available, reports the Telegraph.

WinehouseWinehouse’s parents, Mitch and Janis, will have the final say on its release and it is expected to outsell Back To Black’s five million copies.

Industry experts described Winehouse as a true talent and said there would be huge demand for a posthumous album.

Phil Alexander, editor-in-chief of Mojo magazine, said: “It is inevitable that her death will elevate her reputation and that there will be a third record released.”

Adam Liversage of the British Phonographic Industry said: “You might argue that Amy Winehouse was already in the pantheon of greats. Her songs have become standards.

“Already there has been a lot of anticipation for a new album and if it was released posthumously that will only increase the interest in her,” he added.

During the rocky recording process for the album, Amy spent time in the studio with Back to Black producer Salaam Remi, but there are conflicting reports as to whether or not she actually recorded anything with “Rehab” hitmaker Mark Ronson. Back in March 2009, there were reports that Amy had recorded a bunch of demos while on an extended stay in St Lucia, but her label Island Records rejected them for being “too reggae”. And last July, Amy told reporters that her album would be out by January, and that it would be “very much the same” as Back to Black, describing the songs as “jukebox”.

Sales are also huge in the UK, causing Back to Black to re-enter the official UK albums chart this week at No. 59, with only a few hours sales between her death and the official counting of the chart. If the sales sustain, Amy could easily have the No. 1 album in the UK again by the time next week rolls around.

Amy Winehouse death: Neighbour in Camden heard ‘screaming and howling’

People who knew Amy Winehouse in Camden, north London, have been speaking after the singer’s death at the age of 27.

One of her neighbours said he is convinced she died in the early hours of Friday because he heard screaming.

“I think something happened that night. It sounded like some weird sexual game. There was screaming and howling.”

The man, who would not be named, said he was woken by the sound at around 2am that night.

“It just sounded really weird and my son said he heard some kind of drum beating.”

This afternoon he heard one of Winehouse’s friends crying in the house, and realised she was dead.

He believes a friend left her at home after a night out, and returned this afternoon to find her body.

“She’s been quite low-profile and that’s why, when I heard these sounds - screaming - I thought it was unlike her.

“I said to my son ‘Maybe she’s taken a bad drug’.”

He said he saw her about three weeks ago being helped into the house by her minders, and was unable to walk at 10am.

“She couldn’t walk, she could hardly put one foot in front of the other.”

Her cat, Sky, would come into his house for food and to sleep, he said.

Local restaurant owner Ze Silva, 56, said Winehouse would come in as regularly as twice a week.

She saw her last Tuesday and said she had stopped drinking.

“She had nothing to drink. She said to me ‘Darling, don’t give me any alcohol, I’m not drinking any more’.

“She was normal. She would speak to everyone, have pictures taken with the kids, give autographs to the kids.

“She was a good girl, I’m very sad.”

Winehouse would go to the restaurant, A Baia, to play snooker with her bodyguards and would send them to get her takeaway fried breakfasts.

Flowers, teddies and candles had been left next to the police tape blocking off Camden Square.

One card read: “You will not be forgotten by Camden. We all love you and will continue to love you. Your legend lives on.”

Amy Winehouse 's father has greeted mourners laying flowers outside her north London home, just days after she died.

Mitch Winehouse thanked people for coming to lay bouquets, messages and handwritten notes and said "this means so much to my family."

The 27-year-old singer died Saturday afer publicly struggling with drug and alcohol abuse for years.

Police have said the cause of her death is being treated as "unexplained," and have said speculation that she might have suffered an overdose is "inappropriate."

Police say a post-mortem is expected Monday afternoon.