Joined: 05/29/09 03:33 PM
Location:Stevens Point, Wisconsin
I was enjoying a nice pink drink in my favorite watering hole in Dry Gulch, humming along with the juke box. The current selection was blaring out my favorite Country tune, I Got You by Thompson Square. As I sipped on my pink passion (or whatever it was), a cute little number in a slinky vest and chaps sat down next to me and struck up a conversation!
“I saw you riding yesterday. You’re pretty darned good; sit tall in the saddle.”
“Thank you. Do I know you?”
“Oh, I’m so sorry; the name’s Karl Yesterday with Rodeo Films. Let me be blunt. We just so happen to be remaking the video for that little ditty you’re humming and we need a seasoned rider. Would you like to be that rider?”
Wow, just wow! How could I turn down a chance to appear in a music video for my favorite song? “I don’t have to sing, do I; because, I can’t?”
“Nope, no singing; just give us your beautiful riding skills.”
“I’m in, then!” I squealed. I’m sure I spit some of my drink on him, but he seemed to neither notice nor care.
We began shooting in the hills over Dry Gulch that same day. Can you imagine my delight, no euphoria when they showed me this beautiful pink Unicorn steed? I melted in place.
Life couldn’t get better than this! I’ve found my Unicorn! We traveled as one; in time to the music; in time with each other; sensing each other’s moves and responding accordingly! I couldn’t help but sing the words along with the recording:
I got you… my Unicorn!
Note: You can find the song, I Got You by Thompson Square, among your Country selections in-game!
Joined: 08/28/11 02:10 PM
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Milana was so excited to win the role of the next Miss Marple, she could imagine acting out who killed who and what happened next. Milana obviously couldn't go it alone, she had 3 assistants to help her:
Jake (far right) who was always determined to solve mysteries
Audrey who despite being a bit of a snob, was always helpful during the hard times
And Tom (far left) who acted slightly suspicous at times, but could usually capture the murderer.
With Milana's genius tactics and her assistants' strengths, the only question that left them wondering was:
I first started watching Bridgeport’s Next Top Plus-Size Model when my friend was a contestant. She did so well that she won the first ever cycle!
This was the influence that enabled me to be a guest judge on the show. My friend explained the work I do with my charity and asked for a place on the judging panel on my behalf and the producers said ‘yes’.
I arrived at the studio, only to find out that the head judge, Byra Tanks, could not make it and that I would have to step in! After a hasty hair and make-up session, I was promptly pushed onto the set. I enjoyed it more than I thought I would, I loved seeing the talent there and critiquing the photographs in order for the models to improve and to grow.
According to the producers, that episode was the most unusual they had ever seen: after I eliminated a contestant, the remaining contestants broke down into tears. I was at a loss for words and quickly pulled the eliminated contestant in for an awkward hug. I can safely say that the other judges were amused that day…
After the disaster that was the first movie the studio decided to bring a different spin to Avatar: The Last Airbender. Being cast as Kitara was beyond a dream and I was determined to be the best water bender I could be. It was intense, long hours with grueling action sequences but I wasn't going to let a little thing like being completely out of shape stop me. I set my face in a mask of determination and channeled Kitara with ever fiber in my being. As the last day of filming drew to a close I clung to the last moments fiercely.