Breathe Me

This is probably going to be the deepest blog post I have ever written. I remember in Grade 5 when I first heard this song, and I had to excuse myself to go to the washroom and cry because every word of this song was so…relevant, true, relatable. It was the first time in my life that I had heard my life in words; it was the first time that I had every lived my life out through song. I really didn’t know how to feel. I think that this was the first time that I learnt that I could experience profound feelings through the music and that I could relate to music because not all songs were by the Spice Girls or Britney Spears. I had been bullied for many years of my elementary school life. I wasn’t thin, I wasn’t pretty, I wasn’t tall, I wasn’t rich…I wasn’t “It”. I was alone. Every time that I listen to this song till this day, I remember being pushed and kicked down the hill from my bully because I wasn’t “good enough”. I remember sitting in the far corner of the field alone because no one wanted to play with me. I remember sitting in a puddle of coca cola and soaking my pants just so that I would be accepted into a friendship group even if only for a minute. Most profoundly, I remember being…alone.

Breathe Me – Sia

Hello Sunshine

Don’t we all at some point in our lives sit there and think about when the little ray of sunlight is going to shine through our darkest times? Sometimes, it shines through brightly, like an explosion of light; sometimes it takes it time and breaks slowly through the darkness; sometimes it never comes. In the end, something our someone comes into our lives to change it whether for better or for worse. Super Furry Animals (yes, thats the name of the band) wrote a stunning song about waiting for the sunshine to come into ones life. Of course, this sunshine is relative to the “love of ones life”. This song alludes to the fact that the love of ones life may be the reason that change takes place, the reason that ones life changes. We all need to find that light. “Hello Sunshine, Come into my life”. Sometimes we just gotta ask…this song asks for us.

P.S. This song was in an episode of The OC and in a film that I love called Snow Cake. Fun facts 🙂

 

‘The Voice’ rewind: See Gaga’s duet with Christina Aguilera

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It isn’t easy to steal the spotlight from “The Voice’s” powerhouse Tessanne Chin, but a duet from Lady Gaga and Christina Aguilera will do the trick.

The two superstars teamed up for a performance of Gaga’s “Do What U Want,” making us think the Mother Monster should’ve invited XTina onto the single from the start.

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Christina Aguilera Shows Off 2 Looks On ‘The Voice’ Finale

Hollywood Life

The divine diva rocked not one but two glitzy dresses for the finale show — which one did you love? VOTE.

Christina Aguilera practically stole the show at the season five finale of The Voice on Dec. 17, where the 33-year-old songstress not only performed alongside Lady Gaga but she showed off two sensational looks while doing so — and her svelte frame looked better than ever! Did you have a favorite look?

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Jingle Ball 2013 Live Stream — Watch The Show Online

Hollywood Life

We wish you a Merry Christmas… in the best way possible. Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez, Ariana Grande, and many more are taking the stage for Jingle Ball 2013 on Dec. 18 on 8 p.m. ET — and you can catch the whole show online right here!

Jingle Ball is even better this year, because now you don’t even have to go to the actual concert to experience all the holiday joy. From Miley Cyrus twerking with a bad Santa to Selena Gomez steaming up the stage, watch every highlight from the Christmas concert below!

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I Do (Jessie James Decker)

Jessie James Decker. Is it alright for me to say that she is kinda my life inspiration and I love her? Not only is she perf, she is also married to Eric Decker  who is a wide receiver for my favourite football team, Denver Broncos, so that makes her even more perfect. Her song, I Do, which she wrote for her husband on their wedding day is just one of those love songs that will become played at weddings all over North America for years to come, especially at a Country Girls wedding. Its not that this is the best love song I have ever heard, nor are the lyrics spectacular enough to earn it a Grammy, but it is just a beautiful song and her vocals (which are stunning btw) colour every single word she says with such a truth that you can feel her love. That is simply why I love this song. Maybe this too will inspire you to play it at your wedding…I know I will.

P.S. I tear up every time I watch this video. Keep your tissues near.