Attention Whitney Fans:
Whitney has two RIAA Diamond Awards (for U.S. sales of 10 million or more) for her debut album and The Bodyguard Soundtrack. If Whitney were to win a third Diamond Award, she would be the FIRST African American woman to achieve this honor! Let’s help this along! #WhitneyDiamond#Whitney#WhitneyHouston#Whitney87#InspiredByWhitney
November 13, 1999 - 19 Years Ago Today: Celine Dion had the Hot Shot Debut at No. 74 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart with her single, "That's The Way It Is." This Max Martin-Kristian Lundin-Andreas Carlsson-penned song was the leadoff single from "All The Way...A Decade Of Song," which was her first English language Greatest Hits compilation. It featured 16 tracks which included 10 hits (which included 9 Top Tens and all 4 of her No. 1's). "That's The Way It Is" was one of the 5 new studio recorded tracks and became the album's 10th Top Ten when it peaked at No. 6 on March 4, 2000. 2 additional new tracks were released but failed to chart as did the one live track, "Live (For The One I Love)." The album was a huge success enjoying a non-consecutive 3-week run at No. 1 beginning December 11, 1999 and certified 7X Platinum. Noticeably absent was her debut single on the Hot 100, "Where Does My Heart Beat Now," which was also her first Top Ten hit peaking at No. 4 in 1991 and her superstar duet with Barbra Streisand, "Tell Him," which was pulled after being released for just a matter of days. It reached No. 58 on the Billboard Airplay chart and peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard AC Chart. #CélineDion#AllTheWay#DecadeOfSong#ThatsTheWayItIs
🤣🤣🤣👀🤣🤣🤣☠ His days are numbered. So sad to use scare tactics and propaganda to intimidate Voters. It will not work!!! (I saw a friends post yesterday and one of her friends actually said he wasn't looking forward to standing in line with people who most likely don't speak any English... Yes that really happened! Trumps America!) #Vote#VoteBlue
In the New Season for @houseofcards on @netflix a Soldier criticizes The President of the United States played by @robingwright
The female solider puts 'President Claire Underwood' on the spot and faults her for putting American Soldier lives at risk for a war.
The President responded 'Would you had said that to me if I was a man?' And that's what strikes me the most when I look at the reviews of this Final Season in the absence of Kevin Spacey.
Yes the 'male' tone was different from previous seasons. Yet Robin Wright held her own and she embodied her role with a strong presence.
In these reviews the current season is called dull, boring and uninteresting. Viewers said without Kevin Spacey it lacked the chemistry and passion and they didn't like Robin as the female president.
As we know, America struggles supporting a female in a position of power. Even on TV and in movies females are criticized for playing a 'male' role.
This is why times need to change and why it's more important than ever that we vote and we make ourselves heard.
If Robin had been a Male, I have no doubt that the show would continue to be praised.
It's only when we recognize the power of a female and the beauty of her character that we finally understand what it is like for a woman in a 'man's world' and appreciate their contributions in the same light as a male.