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Katy Perry’s Colorful GHD Ad Campaign

 

Katy Perry recently took part in a very colorful photo shoot with David LaChapelle.These pictures are for the new ghd advertisement campaign. Although they don’t have anything to do with one another, the colors in this photo shoot are reminiscent to those in Perry’s new video for the track E.T.   Check out a couple more photos courtesy MTV below.


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Hall & Oates bass player Tom “T-Bone” Wolk dies at 58

Tom “T-Bone” Wolk,  the longtime bass player for Daryl Hall and John Oates, has died. Wolk died just hours after a session with Daryl Hall on February 28, in New York. He was 58-years-old.

According to Hall and Oates’ manager Johnathan Wolfson the cause of death was believed to be a heart attack.

Wolk was to appear on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon with Hall and Oates last night (March 1).

Bette Midler, Avril Lavigne, Billy Joel and Elvis Costello were just some of the many musicians that Wolk worked with during his career.

Wolk was also the bass player in NBC’s Saturday Night Live house band from the late 80s until 1992.

In Case You Missed It: Pictures from the closing ceremony of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics

After 17 days of smiles, tears, sadness, injuries and  triumphant victories, the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics finally came to an end last night, February 28, 2010.  The ceremony was filled with performances by Michael Bublé, Nickelback, Avril Lavigne, Alanis Morissette,Neil Young and more. There were even appearances from a giant inflatable moose and beaver. The final medal standings had the United States in first place with 37 medals, Germany in second place with 30 medals and Canada in third place with 26 medals.  Overall, the Olympics were quite enjoyable, but the closing ceremony left something to be desired.

Pictures are courtesy the lovely photographers at Getty Images—Cameron Spencer, Kevork Djansezian, Matthew Stockman, Streeter Lecka, Richard Heathcote, Clive Rose, and  Jasper Juine.

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