Thursday, September 24, 2009

Rihanna's Blond Streak (PHOTO)

Rihanna has put a blond streak in her hair, and frankly it looks quite stunning.

Rihanna has yet another new look, a bunch of blond streaks in her edgy cropped hair. Now, I usually love Rihanna’s sense of style, but this one – not so much.

The color is too close to banana blonde for me and is bordering that brassy look you get from the do it your self kits. Surely that is not what she is going for – I hope. The pop diva is famous for bold moves, especially when it comes to her hair. She once had long wavy locks, much like Beyonce, and famously chopped them off before shooting her first album cover. She did not consult with Def Jam, but it turned out to be a wise move because we all know her as a trend setter.

Don’t get me wrong, girlfriend has a unique beauty and she would look good with mop extensions.

In other exciting Rihanna news, she is reportedly working with Justin Timberlake for her new album. I am so excited about this! I love Justin’s and Rihanna so them teaming up will be fab!

Justin told Access Hollywood, “In my opinion, she’s got the world in the palm of her hand right now, based on her success with her last record. The stuff we’ve come up with in the studio, it’s the next step for her. It’s a little more grown up. It’s got some edge to it!”

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Palin's Hong Kong Speech

Former Vice President nominee Sarah Palin will give a speech this week in Hong Kong to address about 1,000 investors from around the globe in what is billed as her first speech outside North America.

Palin, who recently stepped down as Alaska’s governor, will make the keynote speech on Wednesday to the 16th CLSA Investors’ Forum. She will cover governance, economics and current events in the United States and Asia, said Simone Wheeler, head of communications for CLSA.

“What we look to do is invite our keynote speakers who we feel are opinion makers, who are newsworthy and who we feel our clients — a very broad international client base — would be interested in hearing from,” Wheeler said Monday, noting that CLSA is a politically neutral, independent brokerage.

“We certainly believe that Sarah Palin will be — she has been in the news — we believe that she will continue to be a newsmaker in the future and therefore someone we feel that is definitely of interest to fund managers”.

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