Tag Archives: celebrities

I Love Britney Spears!

Hi you guys! Sorry I’m late! Well, technically in Hawaii I’m not late! But when I was almost done with the editing and about to save it… with my awesome luck, the editing program shut down. Lost everything from my last save and had to redo a lot of it. BUT WATCH TILL THE END and I do hope you guys enjoy! Please comment, rate, subscribe, and share. Until next week! Bye. Just to be safe, I DO NOT own the copyrights to any of the songs in this video. RIP Whitney Houston Love you Britney Spears!

CoCo Lee performance “A Love Before Time” Live in Oscar Academy Awards

CoCo Lee performance “A Love Before Time” Live in Oscar 73rd Academy Awards The 73rd Academy Awards honored the best films of 2000 and was held on March 25, 2001. It was the last Academy Awards to take place at the Los Angeles Shrine Auditorium. It was hosted by first-time host Steve Martin, who was nominated for an Emmy Award for his presentation. Notable films included Gladiator, which received 12 nominations and 5 awards, and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, which received 10 nominations and 4 awards. As well as Traffic which had 5 nominations and won 4 of them. After a three-year streak of high ratings, the annual ceremony received very low ratings for the first time in four years. This is partially due to the popularity of CBS’s Survivor which was number one on the Nielsen Weekly Ratings. The awards show dropped to second place for the first time in broadcasting history (42.93 million viewers; with 21.1% of households watching). The second time the ceremony placed below the top happened in 2003 when it was surpassed by American Idol. Best Original Song: 1. “Things Have Changed” from Wonder Boys (Music and Lyric by Bob Dylan) 2. “A Fool In Love” from Meet the Parents (Music and Lyric by Randy Newman) 3. “I’ve Seen It All” from Dancer in the Dark (Music by Björk; Lyric by Lars von Trier and Sjon Sigurdsson) 4. “A Love Before Time” from Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (Music by Jorge Calandrelli and Tan Dun; Lyric by James Schamus) 5. “My Funny Friend and Me” from The

5 Travel Ideas from Oscar Nominated Movies

5 Travel Ideas from Oscar Nominated Movies – as part of the celebrities series by GeoBeats. Oscar nominated movies, besides being great works of art, can also inspire travel. Here are 5 such inspirations: ‘Midnight in Paris’, a ‘Best Picture’ contender takes place in the ‘city of love’, Paris. The opening scene depicts landmarks and heavenly sights in Paris, revealing why it is such a special city. The ‘Lord of the Rings’ series of films were set in New Zealand. Gorgeous, snow capped mountains, steep hills, deep valleys and rugged landscape showcase the amazing beauty of New Zealand. ‘Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon’ from 2000 is now considered a dramatic, adventurous classic set. Set in China, you witness stunning architecture, sprawling hills, mountains and a bamboo forest. Filmed in Hawaii, ‘The Descendants’, an Oscar nominee, shows complex human emotions in the nature’s paradise. Lush green forests and breathtaking ocean views highlight Hawaii’s beauty. ‘Letters to Juliet’ takes place in beautiful Verona, Italy, where unique architecture, cobbled streets and peaceful landscape leave viewers in awe. The chosen city of Verona adds to the dramatic and romantic charm of the film.