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  • Britney Spears Research Paper

    Disney was Their Open Door Flashback to the ninety’s, when Brittney Spears and Christina Aguilera Starred on The Mickey Mouse Club on Disney channel. For both stars, this was one of their first jobs, opening many doors for the girls. Since Disney, both women have become American Pop Icons. Even though, both stars started from the same place, they both evolved at different times, and took different chances in their musical career. Brittney Jean Spears was born on December 2, 1981 in McComb, Mississippi. However, she was raised in Kentwood, Louisiana. In 1997, she signed with her first record label, Jive Records. As a result, in 1999 she came out with an album called Baby One More Time. In time, she became the best-selling teen artist of all time. For this reason, she was nicknamed, “Princess of Pop”. Rolling Stone wrote: "Britney Spears carries on the classic archetype of the rock & roll teen queen, the dungaree doll, the angel baby who just has to make a scene." A few of her biggest influences in her music, and style were, Madonna, Janet Jackson, and Whitney Houston. She did very similar songs as her biggest influences. Throughout her singing career she has stuck to the same two genres, pop, and pop-dance. Even though her only instrument is her vocals. Her voice has a unique rasp, giving her an extreme amount of talent. Her vocal range…

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  • Symbols In Lord Of The Flies Essay

    conch, chief. Ralph “tries to establish and preserve an orderly, rational society; he takes as his totem the conch, making it the symbol of rational, orderly discussion” (Hynes). The first rule set upon the island is that no one, save for Ralph and the holder of the conch, can speak in an assembly. The conch governs the island until a shift in power takes place. The spear has been growing since the discovery of the first pig. It, unlike the conch, has changed physically; it has been given barbs…

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  • Glitter In The Air Analysis

    yet to come, but that does not safeguard her work from critique. Roxana Hadadi, a journalist for The Washington Post writes “[Moore’s work] suffers from the same woes that all mediocre break-up albums do, as it tackles only one subject but fails to switch up its musical or lyrical approach” (Hadadi 8). If it be all albums that take similar approaches and continue to be wildly popular, that would not implicate the piece to be “mediocre;” it means people can connect with it (Hadadi 8). Moore’s…

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  • Analysis Of Seeing By Starlight: Celebrity Obsession

    Everyone has their favorite celebrities whether is from sports, entertainments, or etc. Those celebrities in the spotlight always use their own story to inspire us. My favorite celebrity is Michael Jordan, and I obsessed with his basketball talents, shoe brand, and style of play. I would practiced 4 to 5 hours a day, for I just want to be like him in the basketball court. All of Jordan’s moves in the court and his lifestyle are attractive to me. In the article, Seeing by Starlight: Celebrity…

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  • Christina Aguilera Research Paper

    Celebrity Star Text Christina Aguilera began her career as the epitome of what it meant to be a teen pop star. She was the blond hair, blue eyed, Barbie doll every teenage girl wanted to be like. The media labeled her as the sweet, innocent pop artist, along with her former co-stars from the Mickey Mouse Club, Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake. Her first debut album featured her number one hit single, “Genie in a Bottle” which gave her the image of her teen pop identity. Yet, Christina never…

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  • Selena Quintanilla Essay

    Selena Quintanilla: Queen of Tejano "Neither of us knew that Yolanda had returned to the same gun shop in San Antonio a few days before this, where she repurchased the exact snub-nosed Taurus 45 revolver that she had bought before." Selena Quintanilla-Perez was a well-known Tejano pop singer all around the world; having sold several of her albums in English and Spanish, expanding her legacy throughout the years. Not only was she a star however, but also wanted to become a fashion…

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  • The Significance Of Bella's Transformation Scene In Breaking Dawn

    Breaking Dawn is the last film of the famous romantic film series The Twilight Sapa which was produced in 2011. The film series attract teenagers from all over the world by the love story of the highschool girl Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) and the vampire Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson). In Breaking Dawn, the Bella’s Transformation scene is one of the most wonderful and unforgetable moments because it marks an important change in both Bella’s body and life. After giving birth to her daughter…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Rap Bible

    The most important thing about me is -- I am producing this Rap Bible to reach a younger generation who probably would never pick up a Bible. I am not doing this for money, even though it will cost money to purchase because it cost money to make. I am not doing this to make my name great, even though my name may be promoted. I am doing this to express my artistic passion to reach a different audience. I believe this will be a one of a kind project and I am already looking forward to a remix…

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  • Creative Writing: Waking Up

    Sleeping peacefully in her bed, Laura was cradling a pillow to her chest. The sun was beaming through her blinds causing the woman to stir. Usually, waking up was a simple task for Laura; she was a morning person after all. She groaned when the first beam of sunlight hit her face. Picking up her alarm clock on her nightstand, Laura looked at the time. “Ugh, why is it so early?” She placed her clock back on the surface and slowly began to sit up. She put her hand to her head which was…

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  • Robin Thicke Blurred Lines Essay

    The music video “Blurred Lines” by Robin Thicke might have won its controversial fame because of the lyrics or the exposed nudity, but one thing is sure: it was the moment for Emily Ratajkowski to shine. Emily started her career at the age of 14, signing with Ford Models. After that, she tried auditioning for several productions like Nickelodeon or Disney. She tells me “At the beginning I was exited to start an actress career until I notice that the only they offered me were the mean girl or…

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