Thursday, 31 January 2019

People’s VIP Choice Awards Highlights in 2017


  • Ellen picked up her 20th award. We were there to see the interplay with Timberlake the cameras missed!
  • Kristen Bell suffered an awkward teleprompter fail, proving that stars are indeed only human!
  • The Big Bang Theory won “Favorite Network TV Comedy” for the fifth year in a row.
  • Jennifer Lopez won her first major TV award as favorite crime drama actress in “Shades of Blue.”
  • Fifth Harmony delivered a phenomenal performance of “Work From Home.”
  • Gwen Stefani interacted with audience members after Blake Shelton’s “Every Time I Hear That Song.”
  • Kristen Bell took selfies with fans lined up along the 50 feet of red carpet.
  • A disheveled Johnny Depp thanked fans for being there for him during his divorce with Amber Heard

About the Peoples VIP Choice

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VIP Concierge has your People’s Choice Awards tickets, gaining you access to a celebrity-studded world. Who are your favorite artists in music, movies, and television? Unlike other awards shows that rely on industry insiders to pick winners and losers, the 2018 People’s Choice Awards are voted on by the fans. There is no other awards show quite like the People’s Choice Awards: this is the ONLY award show by the people, of the people, and for the people. Some entertainers admit they’d rather win a People’s Choice Award than a Grammy or an EMMY because their fans mean so much to them.

Over 300 million fans will vote for their favorite entertainers this year. But why sit at home in your pajamas, watching the show on E!, when you can feel the excitement and anticipation in the air of Barker Hanger? Be part of the fun. Dress to kill, and come ready to party all night. We don’t “put Baby in the corner.” You’ll have great seats to all phases of the People’s Choice extravaganza. Sit in the front 12 rows, closest to your favorite stars, and be there with your camera for all the Red Carpet show-stoppers. If you’re a true hardcore music, movie, or TV fan, pick up some VIP tickets for the night of your life.

About the Peoples Choice Awards


Experience the 44th People’s Choice Awards in 2018. This American awards show recognizes pop culture favorites, with nominees put together using a combination of web research, phone surveys, national ratings, Box Office data, album sales, and internet video views. When the show began in 1975, there were just 14 categories, compared to the 65 categories of today. Fan favorites included Barbra Streisand, John Wayne, Farrah Fawcett, Star Wars, and The Sting. To date, Ellen DeGeneres takes the cake, with 20 People’s Choice awards.

Wednesday, 30 January 2019

The Interview

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                                              Since its invetion a little over 130 years ago , the interview has become a comonplace of journalism . Today , almost everbody who is literate will have read an interview at some point in their lives , while from the other point of view , several thousand celebraities have been interviewed over the years , some of them repratedly. so it is hardly surprising that opinions of the interview - of its functions , methods and merits - vary considerably. Some might make quite extravagant claims for it as bieng , in its practice , an art . Others ,usually celebrities who see themeselves as its victms , might despise the interview as an unwarranted instrunsion into their lives , or feel that it some primitive cultures it is somehow diminishes them , just as in some primitive cultures it is believed that if one takes a photographic portrait of somebody then one is stealing that person's soul. V.S.Naipaul feels that some people are wounded by interviews and lose a part of themeselves ;' Lewis Carrol , the creator of Alice in Wonderland ,was said to have had 'a just horror of the interviewer ' and he never consented to be interviewed - It was his horror of being lionized which made him thus repel would be acquaintances , interviewers , and the persistent petitioners for his autograph and he would afterwards relate the storeis of his success in silencing all such people with much satisfaction and amusement . Rudyard Kipling expressed an even more condemnatory attitude towards the interviewer . His wife , Caroline , writes in her dairy for 14 October 1892 that their day was 'wrecked by two reporters from Boston '. She reports her husband as saying to the reporters ;"Why do I refuse to be interviewed? Because it is immoral! It is s crime , just as much of a crime as much as much merits punishment . It is cowardly and vile. "Yet Kipling had himself perpetrated such an 'assault' on Mart Twain only a few years before . H.G.Wells in an interview in 1894 referred to 'the interviewing ordeal';but was a fairly frequent interviewee and forty years later found himself interviewed on several occasions , nevertheless once described interviews as being like thumbprints on his windpipe. Yet despite the drawbacks of the interview , it is a supermely serviceable medium of superemly serviceable medium of communication . "These days , more than at any other time , our most than vivid impressions of our contemporaties are interviews ," Denis Brian has wrritten ."Almost everything of moment reaches us through one asking questions of another . Because of this , the interviewer holds a positions of unprecedented power and influence."