Wednesday, March 14, 2012

The Hot Spot

Nicki Minaj shows off a pink ‘do on the cover of Allure magazine’s April 2012 issue.
Why does this woman—who played a dominatrix in a video with model corpses in lingerie (Kanye West's "Monster"), and who proudly proclaims, "I'm a big deal/That's why I get more head than a pigtail"—also have an audience of insanely devoted eight-year-olds? "I think as far as the younger demo is concerned, I play dress-up," Minaj says. "I also can put on a very cartoonish voice. So sometimes children may not know what I'm saying, but they like the sound of it, and they think I sound like some weird character."
Minaj remembers being fascinated with her hair when she was nine. "I was doing every- and anything to it—putting in wads of gel and brushing it to the next century, and just thinking I was so cute," she says. "I always thought I had an eye for that stuff." She also had a philosophy: Hair allowed you to reinvent yourself, which was perhaps particularly critical to a little girl with big dreams and a troubled reality. "I had done something I thought was really, really, really cute, and I showed my neighbor," she says. "She was like, 'Why'd you do that to your hair?' And I never forget what I said: 'I'm someone new in this hair.' "
"Nicki basically owns pink," said hairstylist Terrence Davidson, who collaborates with Minaj on her wigs. This one took him five pieces and two days to create. At the shoot, he brushed the curls, set them with hair spray, and dabbed on a bit of serum.
Minaj, who is working on a fashion line, has major plans for world domination. "I never thought about music as just being the end-all, be-all. I always looked at it like a business, something that I could create an empire out of. So that's why I'm only about to put out my second album and I'm already thinking about this," says Minaj. "I had a little conversation with Jay-Z at the Victoria's Secret fashion show. He said, 'Congratulations on all your success.' And I was like, 'Yeah, I'm coming for you. I'm coming for your spot, Mr. Mogul.' "
For more from Nicki, visit Allure.com!

The Hot Spot

The Hot Spot will be having a segment every week called The Burning Stars. It is a segment where celebrities get credit for the good they have been doing, new music and etc. All segments will be positive and lively. Anyone that has a bad record of their life will not be in this segment. Thank you.

Thursday, February 2, 2012

The Hot Spot

If celebrities we know and love all of a sudden got fat, would you still love and respect them?

Monday, January 16, 2012

The Hot Spot

Family Guy is for kids, they just have to be 14. So if a parent tells you that you you can't watch it, show them that little box that shows up on the side of the screen that says TV14. Happy Watchings, thank me later.

Sunday, January 15, 2012

The Not Spot

What happened to Zac Efron? All you hear coming out of people's mouths are Justin Bieber, Diggy Simmons, Mindless Behavior,mane Jacob Latimore.

The Hot Spot

The Hot Spot will be putting up The Not Spot. Basically it's a segment once every week where I post everything that is just plain wrong, and shouldn't exist. So if you look up at the title it will say
The Not Spot
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