Saturday, September 24, 2011

Miss World - Sasha Joyce (Bahamas)

Name               : Sasha Joyce
Age                  : 23
Height              : 176
Language          : English

Sasha is a Graduate of Business Administration and Management and aspires to open her own after school community centre. Sasha founded of her University’s International student organization. She represents the Bahamas at International track and field competitions.
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Her Country Bahamas: The Bahamas is so detached, from the people to the islands and it is the advantage which makes it up. Her hometown, New Providence, is the capital and the heart of the Bahamas.

Future ambitions: To obtain her Masters in Social Work and Business Administration. She also want and to open her own after-school community centre.

As she describes herself: “I am a very sincere and honest individual. I believe in always placing your best into anything you do. Life is what you make it.”

Personal Motto: She does not like to take second place when first is open. If she does this, she’ll have a tendency to do this for the rest of her life. Like Kids

Favorite food: Anything her mother cooks, more specifically, her macaroni and cheese.

Favorite Music: Her favorite music is anything she can relate to. 

Favorite Books: Her favorite book is ‘Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry’

Pets: Yes, she has three goldfish and dog, Geno. He’s a miniature Schnauzer.The most memorable day: The day she graduated from university and the day she taught two children to swim in one daySpecial Talents: Track and field.

Other interesting facts: She is the founder of her University’s International Student Organization. She is featured in the Nassau Tribune as Athlete of the Week. She has represented the Bahamas at international track and field competitions.

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Michaele Salahi Having an Affair

 Salahi Affair
The “Real Housewives of D.C.” has moved into high drama. Even the husband of cast member Michaele Salahi reported to police. His complain was that he believed his wife had been kidnapped. But it is now open secret  that not only is Michaele safe and well but she actually disappeared from her husband intentionally.

The bitter pill that her husband now has to swallow is that his wife left him for another man. The other man in this story is Journey guitarist Neal Schon. His band had recently been staying at the couple’s winery in Virginia. Michaele and Neal first met in 1998 but Michaela was engaged to Tareq. But according to reports it wasn’t until the last couple of years that an affair between the two began. And apparently Michaele was quiet vocal about it too. According to reports, Michaele has recently been bragging to friends about their “wild sex”.Tareq is reportedly devastated at the news although he is glad that his wife is safe.

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Natlie Portman

Why is She famous

Not since the likes of Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly has an actress possessed such a potent cocktail of elegance and beauty as Natalie Portman. Armed with a maturity well beyond her years and a subtle sexuality that creeps up on you (it emerged full force in Closer), Portman has become one of the most coveted and successful actresses in Hollywood.

The Harvard grad can do big-budget blockbusters (Star Wars, V For Vendetta) and character-driven dramas (The Other Boleyn Girl, Brothers) with equal amounts of ease, and has managed to avoid scandal and tabloid overkill despite living in the public eye since she was just 12 years old. And just when Portman’s star couldn’t possibly get any brighter, she goes ahead and wins a Golden Globe Award and an Oscar for her harrowing portrayal of a ballerina in crisis in Darren Aronofsky’s psychosexual masterpiece, Black Swan.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

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Ameesha Patel started her Biz career with two 'Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai' but this star, who is turning herself producer, says her journey on Bollywood has not been easy.

Now she is passing 36th spring. She expressed that every thing of show biz life is not like a bed of roses. The race she ran had a mix run in the film industry and Ameesha blames it on the insecure nature of the showbiz.

"Bollywood is a difficult place to be in. People here scrutinise you after every film. Also, you can't ignore the 'camp factor'. You are also expected to get extra special with your hero. Unfortunately or fortunately, these are some of the things that I have never learnt over the years," Ameesha said.

"I thought that talent and merit should be good enough but things didn't turn out to be so rosy. But then it's okay because now I am back to living my passion," said the actress.

Last release of Ameesha, is  the long-delayed and it is 'Chatur Singh'. It marks her return to Bollywood after a gap of three-years, failed at the box office.

But the star remains unfazed and recently launched her production house. Ameesha has roped in David Dhawan and Priyadarshan to direct two films. She will produce and star in the movies.

An Economics graduate from Massachusetts, Ameesha has been part of films like 'Humraaz', 'Yeh Hai Jalwa', 'Vaada', 'Elan' and 'Honeymoon Travels Pvt Ltd'.

"I have a solid career that has lasted over a decade already. I am not going to let go of all the learning that I have gained over a period of time. Even when I started working as an actor, those close to me felt that I was too educated for this profession," said the actress.

"Films that I am making with David (Dhawan) and Priyan would boast of a certain standard; there would be an educated class to it. I think now is the best opportunity for me to fuse my education and upbringing."

Asked about her recent films, Ameesha said, "My survival is not dependent on movies. I can't be doing anything and everything that comes my way. In fact there was a lot of work that I rejected over last few years. After doing some brilliant films in the past, I can't afford to do something mediocre just because someone tells me that 'this is what that sells'."