Old Soul is a personal meditation wrapped up in a contemporary jazz album, offering complex yet accessible music with diverse influences that stem from Robi Botos’ life story.
Fame and money usually go hand in hand. In fact, we know for a fact that you can make money just by being famous nowadays. But brains and intelligence? That’s a different story.
The celebrity baby bump watch is one of the more enjoyable ways to waste time on the Internet. In the days of social media, celebs can be photographed by virtually anyone, anywhere, and so those baggy t-shirts and strategically placed handbags can’t stave off the truth forever. Even the most private of stars can’t keep the curious media and public from learning about babies to be. From there, the watch goes right up to the day of baby’s birth.
“It’s one of the hardest things I do — and that’s true of any conductor.” The admission comes from conductor Emil de Cou, and the subject may come as something of a surprise — live music performed alongside a movie screening.
We’re pretty sure we can safely say that most parents try to do the best they can for their kids. For most of us, that means a birthday party with pizza and cake, and maybe some cool presents now and then. When you’re a rich, famous celebrity, the ante goes up accordingly.
Celebs love their sports cars, supercars, souped up SUVs, and other vehicles. The rest of us make do with whatever vehicle we can get our hands on, but when you’ve got millions, it’s only natural to get a ride that fits the lifestyle. And why stop at one? Many celebs have collections of high performance vehicles. It’s too bad, though, that all that money can’t buy good driving skills — or good judgment.