Posted on January 31, 2008 by M
You should see the chaos outside. I’m so busy working on the new video and there are literally photographers all over the place! They have been offered thousands of dollars to get the first photo from the shoot. I can assure you that is not going to happen. I am asking for all cell phones to be confiscated and checked for images before anyone leaves the studio! They won’t get that shot. Trust me!
If you see any illegal images, please report them!
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Posted on January 30, 2008 by M
The new video. The new single. The new Icon. All of it is coming soon. Justin and Timbaland are both here and we are ready to make a video!
I’m sorry I haven’t been here much lately. I am so focused on the work. I hurt my ankle recently and I have been training so much!
Are you ready?
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Posted on January 25, 2008 by M
Hello to all of you! I am working with this new kick-ass choreographer and she is literally working me to the bone! I am exhausted. I must be ready for my upcoming video shoot. It is going to be so kick-ass! Sorry I’m using the work kick-ass so much. It’s just that’s the only word I can come up with that fits my new video! It is going to be so hot. I can’t wait!
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Posted on January 22, 2008 by M
Click here and answer the questions. Leave a comment and tell your results. Please only comment one time per person with your results…No off-topic comments please!
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Posted on January 8, 2008 by M
Crime and punishment, passion and loyalty, betrayal and redemption are only a few of the ingredients in Shantaram, a massive, over-the-top, mostly autobiographical novel. Shantaram is the name given Mr. Lindsay, or Linbaba, the larger-than-life hero. It means “man of God’s peace,” which is what the Indian people know of Lin. What they do not know is that prior to his arrival in Bombay he escaped from an Australian prison where he had begun serving a 19-year sentence. He served two years and leaped over the wall. He was imprisoned for a string of armed robberies peformed to support his heroin addiction, which started when his marriage fell apart and he lost custody of his daughter. All of that is enough for several lifetimes, but for Greg Roberts, that’s only the beginning…You must read this book! I met with the author recently and actually toured some of the locations from the book. It really puts things in perspective. Click here or click the book cover above to find out more. Also, check out the video below of the author, Gregory David Roberts. Note: The video is the first in a series of videos on Youtube.
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