Monday, April 02, 2012
Monday, August 08, 2011
GAGA FEVER - Shade of Gaga interview at Mango Bango
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Sunday, August 07, 2011
Shade of GaGa & Lady Gaga cries!
America's Next Top Model Cycle 17 All-Star Cast Announced
Meet the America's Next Top Model All-Stars!
Fourteen fan favorite contestants from America's Next Top Model are getting a second shot on the catwalk starting September 14, and only Us Weekly has a sneak peek at the returning women.
MEET THIS SEASON'S AMERICA'S NEXT TOP MODEL ALL-STARS!
Cycle 9 bad girl Bianca Golden will join Allison Harvard (Cycle 12), Sheena Sakai (Cycle 11), Isis King (Cycle 11) and 10 other catwalkers for a chance to finally take home ANTM's top prize
Friday, June 24, 2011
Shade of GAGA
Shade of Divas present a new entertainner 'Shade of Gaga'. Om Waratchaya is a huge fan of Lady Gaga and she was join in Shade of Divas for a while. At 'We were born this way' party by Universal Music Thailand that night Om who's dress in Lady Gaga style got a prize for the Best Dress award. Now she start a new project to create many ideas and unique style like her mother monster Lady Gaga was done and make her dream come true to meet real Lady Gaga once of her life.
Let's check her facebook
Thursday, March 17, 2011
Bell Sassy Venus goes to Thailand's Got Talent
After Bell (Sassy Venus) is the winner from TV show Venus Flytrap Search For The Missing Puzzle. We didn't see any news from Venus Flytrap this version finally Bell being part in Thailand's got taent and bang her voice to shock people around the world that woman or man. That's great and Bell become a star.
Tuesday, March 01, 2011
The Introduction of Shade Of Divas part 1
After last Friday 25th Feb. The Introduction of Shade Of Divas part1 was done. Let's see the video soon. They got nice flyer design by Shade of Divas & Ladeezpop design. Check it out!
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Lea T on Oprah
Model and Givenchy's Muse - Lea T. sat down with Oprah for an interview. Now I know why Ricardo Tisci chose her as a muse of Gevenchy... She's Gorgeous !!! SOURCE
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Tuesday, February 15, 2011
The 1st Shade of Divas's show
The 1st Lougne Party & Performance with the lougne & party concept to enjoy outrageous performacne.
we created the musicial & theatre show. The inspiration from Burlesque, Mouline Rouge, Chicago, Dream Girls and more movie.
The Introduction of 'SHADE OF DIVAS' part I
Friday 25th February 2011
At Sanfran Disco , RCA
9.30 pm -3.30 am
300 Baht with one drink +plus special 'Shade of Berry' cocktails (Limited)
+Plus Special : After Party with DJs from Ladeezpop
Special Guest : Lukpad Rising Star from Alcazar and The winner Alcazar Lip-Syn Contest 2008 & 2010
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Sunday, January 30, 2011
Shade of Divas's documentary teaser
Shade of Divas need sponsor support for special performance project if you can help or suggest us pls let us know - firstname.lastname@example.org
the complete tv documentary is coming soon...
Thank you :
Shade of Divas is an Thailand pop transgender group, dance ensemble and showgirl lip sync with great show
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* Contact ติดต่อรับงาน : Shade of Divas - (+66) 085 6612414
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Friday, January 28, 2011
New Thai airline recruits transsexuals as flight attendants
Thai media reported yesterday that a new Thai-based airline has hired three transsexual flight attendants among its first batch of 30 new hires.
It might well be a public relations exercise but it's still a step in the right direction.
Miss Tiffany 2007 winner Thanyarat "Film" Jiraphatpakorn is one of the airlines three newly hired transsexual flight attendants.Thai media reported yesterday that a new Thai-based airline P.C. Air has hired three transsexual flight attendants – the company's initial quota – alongside 17 cisgender women and 10 men among its first batch of 30 new hires. Among the three is Miss Tiffany 2007 transsexual beauty pageant winner Thanyarat "Film" Jiraphatpakorn.
The 23-year-old was quoted as saying: "At first I thought they would just take applications but not actually recruit us, as happened at other places before."
The company had recently conducted a roadshow accepting applications from "third sex" candidates, who have to check the "unisex" column in the application form, at Bangkok's Esplanade shopping mall.
An airline spokesperson was quoted as saying that the company recognises the potential of transsexuals to work as hostesses and hopes to offer equal opportunities to them. He explained that after passing the preliminary round, the transsexual candidates will undergo training along with female air-hostesses and will have a 'third sex' name tag pinned to their uniform to avoid immigration issues.
Despite their high profile in Thailand, transsexuals are unable to change their legal status, and often report that they are still stereotyped and are often unable to find work outside the entertainment and beauty industry.
The airline plans to launch flights on March 1.
Thursday, January 20, 2011
Taya is a VJ at Fame TV
Poyd in TV Ad. 2 sim must be G-Net
Sunday, January 16, 2011
Insect in the Backyard
Tanwarin Sukkapisit talks about his feature film that has been banned twice for the reason of being against 'public morals'
Let's forget the politics of s/he, his/her, bio/sociological _ the politics of trans _ she says. Man or woman, katoey or transvestite or cross-dresser or transgender, no matter the label, no matter what noun or pronoun, she doesn't mind. What Tanwarin Sukkapisit minds is why her latest movie was banned, twice, by the rating committee. What she minds is why the board believes her film, Insects in the Backyard, is a ''disruption of national order and public morals,'' according to Article 29 of the Film Act 2008. Why her film, and never, say, the slap party insouciantly displayed on TV every night?
Tanwarin Sukkapisit, director of Insects in the Backyard. Main photo: A scene from the film that was banned by the rating board.
''I feel like a terrorist,'' she says. ''I was just making a movie.''
Insects in the Backyard, a small film Tanwarin made with less than 500,000 baht, was shown at the World Film Festival of Bangkok earlier this month. Two weeks ago it was banned from general release by the rating committee under the Office of National Culture Commission. The board said it was because the film displayed a shot of a penis. They also said because it contains an allusion to patricide and prostitution. The fact that the board failed to give a consistent, comprehensible reason for the ban _ instead of handing the film the strictest classification, 20-plus, with ID checks at the door _ besides citing a formulaic clause from the law has heightened the frustration of the filmmaking community.
Then there was a complication that exposed the flawed implementation of the Film Act. Last week, Tanwarin and representatives of the Thai Film Directors Association went to lodge an appeal. But the board told them that when the director first submitted the film for consideration, she misplaced the information about the film's copyrights. So, technically, Tanwarin couldn't appeal, but she had to repeat the process of submitting the film to the board (and pay the fee again). On Wednesday the board passed the same verdict: once wasn't enough, Insects in the Backyard was banned twice in three weeks by the same committee.
''It's illegal to show a shot of a penis in a way that is against good morals,'' says Raksan Wiwatsin-udom, film lecturer at Chulalongkorn University and a rating board member. ''A shot of a penis is OK in itself, but not in the way the film shows it. This is obscenity.''
Insects stars Tanwarin as a father who paints the wall of his dysfunctional home lime-green and dresses flamboyantly in a gaudy gown of a cabaret singer, or a miserable 1950s Hollywood actress. His teenage son and daughter, in absence of their mother, call him Tanya and treat their dad like a cross-dressing older brother. Cast into the void of despair, the two teenagers slowly drift into prostitution; the boy rents his body out to men who like boys, while the girl enters a freelancer mode, in which her clients include men and women of all sexual inclinations.
In the film, there's a shot of Tanwarin masturbating with his penis visible.
''I didn't set out to make an aggressive movie with taboo-breaking images; not at all,'' says Tanwarin. ''There's a shot of a penis because we're talking about sexual problems, and that organ is part of the problem were talking about.
''What I present in the film is what I believe to be the problems that exist in society. There are married men who dress up as women and pursue homosexual interests, and there are students who engage in prostitution of various kinds. These things do exist in this country. They are social problems, especially the teenagers who find themselves lost and disoriented, and the film simply wants to tell their stories.''
Tanwarin, 37, a graduate in French from Khon Kaen University and a former English teacher at a northeastern college before becoming a filmmaker, says the issue she raises has stemmed from her interest in genderism, feminism, and the collective belief of society about human sexuality.
''There's a rigid boundary of what makes someone a man or a woman and that entails a list of social responsibilities,'' she says.
''When someone doesn't operate within that boundary, he's in trouble. But there are a lot of people who do not belong to those strict boundaries.
''Is Thai society open about gays and katoeys? Most people believe so. We're not arrested on the streets. Our rights aren't limited, and we can live fairly happily. But if you ask me if katoeys are accepted as part of the mainstream 'we' of society, I don't think so. We're still 'the others', the insects in the backyard.
''I'm saying this because that's what's happening. I'm not demanding anything. I didn't make the film to present my statement, I just made it because that's the story I wanted to tell. If katoeys are not part of the 'we' in society, so be it. I accept that fact and I'm fine with it.''
The fluidity of sexuality is a running theme of the film. The physical and psychological blur that the characters exhibit in Insects in the Backyard results in sexual preferences of various shades beyond the usual hetero-coupling _ including a scene of role-switching between a man and a woman _ and that might come across as disturbing to the committee who banned it.
Last year, a Thai film called Jao Nok Krajok (Mundane History) contained a shot of a young man stroking his penis. It received the 20-plus rating, without the board even asking for a warning caption.
This is not the first time Tanwarin's film ran into trouble with the watchdogs. Five years ago, he was asked to direct a straight-to-VCD movie called Krang Raek, or First Time. The film tells the story of a gay man who tries to conceal his identity, and of a group of misbehaving students and their budding sexual experiences. In the early 2000s, the business of straight-to-VCD movies was booming, with many producers testing the limits with softcore content. Apparently, in the official eye, Tanwarin's film strayed across that thin line. The film was never released.
The theme of homosexuality and taboo love may run close to her heart, but Tanwarin, who started dressing as a woman since high-school, or at least whenever she had a chance, is a filmmaker with a broader range of interest. Her first short film, Waen (The Ring), was named one of the 100 Thai Films Thai People Should Watch by the National Film Archive.
In 2008, his spontaneous, witty four- minute short called I'm Fine Sabai Dee Ka won the top prize at Thai Short Film and Video Festival.
In the film that comes across as a recorded performance art, Tanwarin, lip-sticked and made-up, locked herself in a cage on Ratchadamnoen Avenue, just a stone's throw away from the Democracy Monument. People stop by and peer into the cage, and Tanwarin responds to their curious gaze by repeatedly saying: ''I'm fine, don't worry, I'm a Thai citizen, so this is fine with me.'' It was one of the best films that captured the post-coup sentiment.
Earlier this year, Tanwarin directed an episode in the horror ensemble Tai Hong. While her next film will be a (straight) romantic comedy set in the Northeast, called Hug Sarakam.
''I've never positioned myself as a katoey filmmaker who makes film to support homosexual rights,'' she says. ''I think I've made films according to my feelings and interests at any given period. If you define yourself as a gay or katoey artist, sometimes you're just limiting yourself in your self-imposed boundary instead of just doing what you want to do as a human being.
''It's true that the image of katoeys and homosexuals in Thai films and TV series remain the jokers, the crazy, screaming comedians. I used to propose a gay love story to an investor, and they told me to make a gay comedy instead. Many mainstream movies about homosexuals are made from the male perspective. That stereotype remains something we should look into.''
Yet amid the erratic responses from the official view, the flawed world of movie ratings, and the covert marginalisation of homosexuals, Tanwarin realises that Thailand being Thailand, the kind of unpredictability she faces perhaps represents a form of bizarre wisdom that characterises this country and its definition of culture. In the past few years, Tanwarin has been hired by the Ministry of Culture, the agency that oversees the banning of her film, to lecture students in their various workshops on short filmmaking. And of course, she shows up in class looking like she looks in the picture on the front page of this publication.
''Well, when I was a college teacher, 10 years ago, I had to show up in class as a man,'' she says. ''Now they don't mind me teaching the students looking like this, which is good,'' she pauses. ''No, I don't know what it is, wisdom, an awkwardness or just hypocrisy.''
Insects in the Backyard - Trailer
Tuesday, January 04, 2011
Shade of Divas perform at Burlesque Party, Met Bar
perform by Shade of Divas
Grand opening Burlesque OST. Party
24th Dec 2010 start 22.00
at Met Bar and Sony Music Thailand
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Monday, January 03, 2011
Sunny U4 @ Tee Nee Mo-Chit 24-Oct-10
Sunny U4 @ Tee Nee Mo-Chit 24-Oct-10 1/2
Sunny U4 @ Tee Nee Mo-Chit 24-Oct-10 2/2
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Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Mum Laconic interview at Sisterday
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Mum and Be My Guest interview at Tonight Show 27Sep10
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Monday, November 22, 2010
Be My Guest release new album Be My Guest Most Wanted
Be My Guest release new album Be My Guest Most Wanted with 13 artist and Mum also be a member like before and her new single 'Hai Jai Doy Mai Rak Ther (live without you)' still cool. The Be My Guest Most Wanted concert is coming soon next month.
Hai Jai Doy Mai Rak Ther (live without you)- Mum Laconic : Be My Guest, Be My Guest Most Wanted
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Mum Laconic at Jan Pan Dao
I'm Laconic's fanclub that very nice music and you'll see the story of Mum Laconic sine begining until nowday. This is real Mum. Check this out!
Mum Laconic at Jan Pan Dao 1/5
Mum Laconic at Jan Pan Dao 2/5
Mum Laconic at Jan Pan Dao 3/5
Mum Laconic at Jan Pan Dao 4/5
Mum Laconic at Jan Pan Dao 5/5
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Tuesday, November 02, 2010
Nok and Poyd interview TF101 Long Eoey Yang Rai
Friday, October 29, 2010
Papillon release 1st single 'Dangerous'
Finally, The new trans sexual pop band 'Papillon' got news with final 5 member are Venus, Nok Yollada, Lukpad, Kaht and Ex release 1st single 'Dangerous' and launch official website www.papillionth.com and picture of cd album. It's slow song but got the remix version for dance too by IM Music lable. They plan to relaease in German and Japan. But For me the song is quite out of date and the video are trashy sorry to say but this is maybe good in 1999 but not in 2010. Everything look cheap design, artwork, logo, styling etc. This is not pop music industry are looking for and I bet this won't be a huge hit. They need to edit look to be more sassy, sexy and trendy please listen มารีญ่า (Mariah)'s song and lean her stlye if you wanna be a huge hit.
If this for rock or indie music it'll be great but not for Papillon!
Dangerous - Papillon
Monday, October 18, 2010
Poyd in new GNet TV AD and She's a director too
Thursday, September 30, 2010
Poyd accept Emmy is her friend
Monday, September 20, 2010
Emmy real gossip ladyboy at LuengLubTubTak
Emmy Ratchada, she's real gossip girls from headlines that she go to Aum Patcharapa's boyfriend place and being prostitue?. At Lueng Lub Tub Tak, she will to tell the truth? The Question is wanna be famous? Yes. Pretty? yes but can be a star? Let's see...and also update her music video from MAGENTA new single Lae(เหล่).
Emmy at LuengLubTubTak
MAGENTA - Lae(เหล่)
Jackerine at Woody Talks
Jackerine's still hot! more interview at Woody Talks
Sunday, September 19, 2010
Jackerine in Lueng Lub Tub Tak
Jackerine with Nui EFM, Helen and many more reporter in Lueng Lub Tub Tak :Special.
Jackerine in Lueng Lub Tub Tak (3/5)
Jackerine in Lueng Lub Tub Tak (4/5)
Jackerine in Lueng Lub Tub Tak (5/5)