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Sean Borg had selfie-taking lessons from Kim Kardashian on the Red Carpet

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Sean Borg had selfie-taking lessons from Kim Kardashian on the Red Carpet

 

Kim K gave Sean B a quick lesson from the red carpet on how to take perfect selfies

Hollywood is a magical place full of excitement and exciting people, and the only way most of us can experience Los Angeles and its glamour is through social media. It is thanks to these platforms we can enjoy and follow the lives of celebrities such as Kim Kardashian, Paris Hilton, and numerous other international stars we love.

Not many people can get close to Kim Kardashian, but well-known TV personality Sean Borg did. Not only that, but the “Trivago guy” was lucky enough even to have a quick lesson on how to take a perfect selfie on the red carpet posing with the Queen of social media herself – Kim K!

 

The Kardashian Sisters! Kim arrived at the premiere of ‘The Promise’ with sister Kourtney

It was in April 2017 when the British star attended the Hollywood premiere of Christian Bale’s movie — “The Promise.” Kim participated in the event with her younger sister Kourtney.

Sean, 52, told Best in AU: “I hadn’t seen Kim for years until that night. I met her through Paris Hilton well over a decade ago, and way before she was famous. It was back when I was working on the TV show, TMZ.”

 

Red Carpet Ready! Sean Borg on the press line at the premiere of “The Promise”

It was Sean’s distinctive British voice that featured on Kim, and Ray J’s infamous sex-tape news story released that same year that ran exclusively on TMZ — the very show that made Kim famous in Hollywood.

Sean recalled: “I would often bump into her with Paris at clubs like Hyde and Les Deux. She was always so sweet and down to earth. So it was nice to run into her at the film premiere.”

As Sean was walking the red carpet at the famous landmark venue — the TCL Chinese Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard, Kim arrived around the same time.

Sean continued, “It was mayhem on the press line, the photographers were calling out my name as was I posing for a few pictures, then I heard them shouting out ‘Kim, KIM,’ and as I turned around, there she was. She recognized me straight away and waved over at me.”

Sean continued: “I slowed down my pace along the press line so that Kim would catch up with me. I thought to myself, I had to have a selfie her. And why not!?”

Kim laughed at Sean’s first attempt at taking a selfies with her

As Kim, 39, approached Sean, she gave him a big grin and a long, “Heyyyyy.” Sean said: “Everyone was looking in our direction.” He then lifted his iPhone and asked Kim to pose for a picture.

Sean said: “She was cool about taking a picture with me and laughed at my first attempt, as it was so awful. Kim came out blurred in the picture. So she gave me a little direction on the second one. She told me to ‘hold the camera to the side for a better angle, and then slowly spin,’ until I found my best light. It worked! Well… Kim looks great in the picture, but me? — Um, not so much.”

 

Finally! Sean gets it right…Kim did an excellent job teaching Sean the art of selfie-taking on the quick

During Sean’s quick guide to perfect selfie-taking, he remembered that she also showed him how to hold the camera correctly. “She said, I had it down ‘big time’! ‘You’re good at this,’ she said.”

“Considering we only had a minute’s lesson to take the picture before media and autograph hunters besieged her, I think she did an excellent job in giving me advice.”

“I think I still look horrible in the pictures, but Kim looks great. And so she should. She is the Queen of selfies! Sometimes it can be challenging to take a flattering photo of yourself, so, who better to take direction from than Kim,” he laughed.

Sean, who recently quit showbiz journalism to work in lifestyle and travel TV, he arrived in Tinsel-town in the mid-90s after moving from the UK. Recently it was announced that Netflix TV chiefs in Mumbai want to meet with Sean to discuss potential travel TV opportunities.

Borg, currently known for the Trivago advertisements across Europe, he plans his visit India for business meetings in early 2020.

 

 

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Everyday uses of Music

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Music is an important part of our everyday life. People from around the world listen to music and even create music. Research shows that music has the power to affect our cognitive abilities and our emotions as well. Music is used by different people for different purposes, some use it to express themselves while others use it for personal satisfaction.

The value that music holds in your life depends upon the uses you make out of it and your level of engagement with the same. Some people who are involved in music, for example, singers, instrumentalists, etc. think of it as their worship. They are completely dedicated to the art and constantly try to make it better. But not everyone is that involved in music. We all like to listen to songs and even hum along with some, but that is generally according to our convenience. This is what makes it relaxing and therapeutic. Music is used in a lot of yoga sessions and meditations. It helps people to calm down and focus on positive energy. In fact, a lot of people listen to music while sleeping to have better sleep.

Don’t we all love to have a good song in the background while we do our chores? Having a hot cup of coffee on a chilly winter morning along with your favorite tune in your ears is simply bliss. The effect that music can have on our mental health is extraordinary. This is why a lot of parents today prefer to put their children in some kind of music lesson so that they have something relaxing in their lives. Not only children, a lot of adults as well are opting for music lessons since it is calming yet intriguing. You get to learn new things and access your creative side. This is why music lessons are becoming increasingly famous amongst the millennial population.

Be it singing, listening, or playing an instrument all of these are equally rewarding. Listening to music leads our brain to release the happy hormones which make us happier. When it comes to singing, people are hesitant to sing but don’t we all sing our hearts out in the shower? This is a kind of catharsis and leaves you in a very good mood. People suffer from anxiety and depression; music can help you in your journey of healing. You can use music to express your emotions or to vent out your feelings.

Without music, our life would simply be incomplete. There won’t be any tunes to hum along, there won’t be any songs to dance on and there won’t be any melodies which will help us to sleep. Therefore, we can say that music not only has immense benefits but is also essential for our lives. We should appreciate it and try to engage with music more in our everyday lives to have a better living.

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QMariana Donnelly Is On Track To Have Her Biggest Year Yet

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Now more than ever there has been a need for entertainment due to the current pandemic. With this, we’ve seen a huge influx in the consummate of social media, YouTube entertainment, as well as movies. Mariana Donnelly is one of the people who has benefited from these areas since she is a child content creator who serves each of these platforms.

One of Mariana’s recent endeavors has been her YouTube video titled, “That’s So Mari’s 2020 Holiday Toy Guide”. This video uploaded by Mariana is a lighthearted but informative guide for kids and families to help pick out what they want for Christmas. In the video she is dressed in a gingerbread costume and has toys spread across her table. She then proceeds to showcase each new popular toy giving an in-depth review of each one. Unlike an ordinary review video, Mariana’s is filled with special video effects making the viewer feel like they are in a magical Christmas wonderland.

This content is just an example of the type of entertainment Mariana has been giving her audience this year. Not only is it fun to watch but is also helpful in a time when people need it the most.

You can watch Mariana’s videos on Youtube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gq4IoLAxKQE

Also, make sure to follow her on Instagram at @thatssomariana

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Trumpet lesson teacher develops the most successful system to play high notes in history

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GLENDALE, Ariz. – Aug. 21, 2014 – PRLog — Kurt Thompson, international trumpet lesson teacher, has developed an incredible system for improving once impossible high notes for most trumpet players. His Course: 16-week brass upper register course began being tested on various trumpet students of all levels during the summer of 2008. At that time, the course included only 50 unique high note building techniques. There is a need for a high note course like this because playing notes above high c and beyond have been an impossible task for most trumpet players regardless of level or experience. Also, all prior high note methods provided only inconsistent and marginal results to the aspiring trumpet student.

Says Kurt Thompson: “As a developing trumpet player in high school and college, I found it very, very frustrating that no trumpet teacher could effectively help me get better at increasing my high range on trumpet. As a kid, I didn’t realize it at the time, but these professional trumpet teachers, themselves, had not achieved an impressive upper register on trumpet so logically, how could they show me the path to high note success?”

Kurt continues: “Thus began my long journey of trial and error and experimentation with existing high note trumpet methods like Claude Gordon’s “Systematic Approach To Daily Practice” and Louis Maggio’s “System For Brass”. Between experimenting and improving these existing trumpet methods plus inventing and discovering my own trumpet techniques, I slowly, but surely began to expand my high range in an impressive way as exemplified in my performance of Maynard Ferguson’s trumpet solo, Gabriel.”

Please see the live recording of a then-college student, Kurt Thompson, performing Maynard Ferguson’s trumpet solo at youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ff_goOFUcyc

Fast forward to the present time: Kurt Thompson’s 16-week brass upper register course currently contains 75 unique high note building techniques. Watch Kurt demonstrate the most difficult high note technique out of the 75 that are in his 16-week course. Skeptics may wonder what makes this trumpet embouchure method different from any other course. The answer is two reasons:

1) Momentum

2) Macroscopic or “shot gun” approach

According to Kurt, when you take 75 techniques that impact a trumpeter’s embouchure from multiple angles and directions and then infuse these techniques with momentum, the results are magnificent and almost beyond belief.

Kurt has taught this amazing trumpet course to hundreds of trumpet players. Many have been so ecstatic at the results of his course that they left video reviews talking and demonstrating their high note success:

While testing this trumpet course years ago, he began trying it out on other brass players. Trombone, Euphonium, French Horn, and Baritone players began to experience the same impressive results in gaining high notes as did trumpet players.

Recently, 2 high profile trumpet players, Bill Ortiz of the Carlos Santana Band and Dave C. Norman, famed L.A. freelance trumpet player, participated in Kurt’s upper register course giving the course rave reviews in both written as well as video format. Please click on Bill Ortiz to watch his comments and you may also click on video reviews to watch Dave C. Norman’s comments.

Please click on any of the above links for more information on Kurt Thompson’s amazing Trumpet Lessons and how they can skyrocket your high notes.

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