Friday, February 6, 2009

Scarlett Johansson sports a new color on the carpet for He's Just Not That Into You Premiere

This past Monday, Scarlett Johansson along with Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Connelly, Ginnifer Goodwin and Drew Barrymore set the fashion tone for the premiere of "He's Just Not That Into You."

For Johansson, she was a pleasant surprise as she sported her new burgundy/auburn hair color and a hot printed dress. According to an interview, Johansson loves to change it up a bit for surprise and surprise she did.

For Aniston, she wore a simple pant suit with her hair tied back. Drew Barrymore took more of a short cocktail dress approach. Wearing back accented by a peachy colored fringe.

Jennifer Aniston

Drew Barrymore

Jennifer Connelly wasn't scared of sequins as she sported a short green dress capped off with bedazzled shoes.

For the men, it was the regular suit and tie.

Mr Affleck looked complacent as he walked down the carpet with not much a smile but licking his lips every so often. Hmm, I noticed that he's done that at every single event I've taken his picture at.

Ben Affleck

Check the b-roll clip of the arrivals of "He's Just Not That Into You"

As for the lone Asian celebrity, Leonardo Nam, he didn't garner as many photogs shooting his pictures. I don't understand as has one the most hilarious line in the movie, "Myspace is the new booty call." Oh well, I guess America is ready for a bi-racial president but not Asian celebs or maybe the Photogs "were just not that into him."

Leonardo Nam

"He's Just Not That Into You" opens nationwide today.

Fly Khicks past Ringmasters on ABDC Season 3 Episode 4

Last night, the all girl dance crew, Fly Khicks, booted off the Brooklyn based Ringmasters on MTV's "Randy Jackson Presents America's Best Dance Crew."

After being in the bottom two last week against Team Millennia, The Ringmasters were in the bottom two again with the Miami based Fly Khicks. Apparently, the Brooklyn crew could not flex their muscles enough to go another round on ABDC. Even with the support of Lil Mama, the Ringmasters couldn't get past The Fly Khicks.

Girls of Fly Khicks.

In an upset last week against, Team Millennia with many TM supporters on the audience. The viewing audience and possibly Team Millennia must of banded together to vote for other crews which possibly landed The Ringmasters in the bottom two this week.

The Ringmasters

However, in this week's challenge, "Whack Tracks," the flexing crew received more accolades from the judges than they ever had. The flexers had to take the Macarena and add in their own flavor. As per JC Chasez mentioning that the crew took a song from two sixty year old men and brought their swag to the track.

For Fly Khicks, they took on a C&C Music Factory song and danced their hearts out. I guess that's why they are called Fly Khicks. I wouldn't doubt to see Fly Khicks in the bottom two next week.

Quest is setting their sights on the top of the ABDC peak!

As for the fan favorites of Quest, Beat Freaks and Strikers All Stars, the threesome were able to deliver the power punch that they have become known for. From Quest doing the pendulum made famous by New Kids On the block, to the Beat Freaks taking on the white boy moves, these crew met their challenge.

Beat Freaks getting freaky.

Striker All Stars striking it up!

The entertaining Dynamic Edition was dealt the Achy Breaky Heart. Clogging their was to the America's heart with their hip hop inflected routine, even Shane Sparks loved their moves.

I guess America is not ready for the flexing scene and The Ringmasters ride to the top of America's Best Dance Crew.

Here are few backstage interviews from this week's show.

Beat Freaks

Striker All Stars