Monday, July 17, 2006

Paris Hilton & Warped Tour (what a combo)

First off, here's a picture from the day Paramore shot "Emergency" out in LA. You guys all have to do me a favor...when it comes out, vote for it like crazy so it gets tons of airtime.

So I Hung Out With Paris Hilton...

...for real. On Wednesday night, I ended up going to this very private party of no more than 50 people at Le Cirque in the city...for anybody familiar with restaurants in NYC, it's one of the most exclusive and expensive ones. It was mostly family and close friends, but the rest were buisness counterparts which was partially the reason I was there. My friend is Joss Stone's manager and he is looking to team up with the same people Paris use for an upcoming project, so they had invited him to join. Paris ended up being pretty nice, but we talked to Mr. & Mrs. Hilton the most. Mr. came up to us first and started talking to us about her new album and stuff. He seemed really happy with it and it was cool to see how much he supported his daughter (although I'm sure there were still dollar signs in the back of his eyes). He was nice, though. And then Mrs. Hilton was super friendly, too. She was kind of a riot...she totally cracked me up...maybe even a lil diztier than Paris, either that or just feelin a lil tipsy. Everyone there turned out to be extremely nice...except I can't tell the kind of vibes we got from Paris's socialite friends (there was only a handful). Their faces seemed familiar, but I couldn't put names on them...mostly guys and pretty much all model types, of course...kinda made me gag, though. They kinda looked like plastic dolls, and as her posé, they formed a CONSTANT circle around Paris. She looks exactly like she does in all her pictures...I was kinda surprised cause normally when I meet celebrities they turn out to be a bit of a disappointment, but pretty much everything about her was perfect, but I guess I really didn't expect any less...I mean, that is her job, right? To just go to parties and look perfect all the time...damn what a tough job. I wanna know who made her dress because I loved it. It was a pretty creamsicle color and it kinda reminded me of this dress my mom had way back in the 70's. Anyways, all I can say is, when it comes down to it, she is the best media whore out there, and I don't hate.

Warped Tour 2006

Can I get a "woot woot" for Warped Tour 2006? So yea, it began on Thursday in Columbia, MD...and I got to go so I could spend time with the boy (it's been a bit too long since I last saw him in May, so we decided not to wait another 2 weeks when I fly out to Houston to see eachother again). The bus ride down was easy and I slept most of the way cause I had to leave my apartment by 5:30am just to get there in time. It was such a beautiful day out and it makes me wish I could be outdoors, kinda sounds funny, but being a city girl, now, really makes you miss these kinda things. Warped almost reminds me of being back at camp...oh how I miss those days of being a camp director, haha. Anyways, it was really nice out, and I got to see their new tour bus which is absolutely amazing and ridiculously huge. I still can't believe it has 12 beds? It's really really nice and they definitely deserve it after traveling in a 12-person van for a year. I can't wait until I fly out at the end of the month to be on tour with them for a few days cause there's so much I want to see going on at Warped (plus, I'm dying to see my boyfriend again). I only really got to see UnderOATH play. Jeremy brought me up on stage to watch as we stood right behind them. I've never seen them play live before, and I swear they gave me the chills. I can't tell what's more amazing...the band and their energy they give off or watching the crowd feed off of their energy. It's so crazy to see such a connection. They are really really amazing and just to see people so dedicated and into their's so intense. There is NOTHING like performing on a stage...and I've said it a million times, but to either be the one performing or to be the one on the receiving end, it is such a rush that can not be described unless you are there to experience it. Usually, unless I'm the one performing (referring back to dance of course) I tend to like to sit back and just watch the entire scene going on so I can just soak it all up and absorb everything that is going on around me. And I hope everyone has at least experienced this once or twice in their lives cause believe or not, I know people who haven't...and that, to me...just isn't right. So before I get any deeper on the subject...the rest of the day was great. I was a bit sad, though, that I didn't get to see Monty Are I play, but Justin didn't call me back until it was too late. Guess I'll just have to wait till August to see them play in the city again...booo. Anyways, I'll put up pictures sometime soon. For next time, I'm gonna have to get all the set times for all the bands I want to try and see and I definitely need some more CDs so I'm gonna have to start saving up my cash again...yikes! Can't wait.

Well, that's it for now.....hope this wasn't to long for ya and I hope all is well with everyone.

Much love from above,
♥ J ♥

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