Jay Leno Show’s “Pump Gas” segment featuring Will and Monifa Sims is hilarious.

The Tonight Show with Jay Leno has a knack at finding “the funny” in folks and the show’s “Pumpcast News” segment takes the cake. This segment starts with a fictitious news anchor Jack Rafferty (actor Tim Stack) surprising drivers by asking them questions though a digital broadcast monitor, attached to the top of a gas pump, while they are pumping gas.
In this video Jack scares the heck out of Will Sims who is singing while filling up his gas tank. Jack, who notices Will humming, ask if he sings professionally. Will screams with surprise from the talking head inside the monitor, but quickly informs Jack that he only does Karaoke. After Jack ask a few more questions and request Will to sing, he belts out a rendition of Bon Jovi’s “Living’ on a Prayer,” all the while his wife is sitting in the car “splitting her sides” with laughter.
When Will completed his performance, Jack could not stop trying to stir up more action; therefore, he asked if Will and his wife, Monifa, would sing in a duet. Honoring Jack’s request, the couple sings the song “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)” by the Eurythmics.
Once Will and Monifa’s stellar performance was viewed by Jay Leno, he invited the couple to perform on the Tonight Show and again the they made folks smile.
This “Pump Gas” segment has made viral history and gets a “LHHG thumbs up!”
Happy is making folks laugh!!!!!!!!

Source: TonightShow
Will and Monifa Sims

Met Gala “PUNK” red carpet fashion favorites

Take a look at what I, Vanessa G. Turner, on LHHG’s Pinterest Met Gala FAV 2013, picked as the top Punk fashions at the 2013 Met Costume Gala.
The Metropolitan Museum’s (The Met) Costume Gala is an annual ball that was hosted by The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Moda Operandi, Vogue, and Samsung this year; and is considered one the fashion industry’s most “dressed to impress” red carpet events. Since 1948, the annual affair celebrates the annual opening of the the Met’s fashion exhibit at the Costume Institute. This year’s fashion exhibit is titled, “Chaos to Couture,” which explores the impact of punk fashion on high fashion”
The funds raised are to support the Costume Institute collections. The Institute houses “more than thirty-five thousand costumes and accessories, representing five continents and seven centuries of fashionable dress, regional costumes, and accessories for men, women, and children, from the fifteenth century to the present.”
Source: metmuseum.org

Beyoncé, Life is but a Dream: An Imagine Special on BBC One & BBC One HD

Following in the footsteps of Alan Yentob’s 2008 profile of Jay-Z, imagine… presents the much-heralded Beyoncé: Life Is But a Dream. With Beyoncé herself in the director’s chair, this unique and confessional film combines spectacular showpieces and video diary footage, giving a revealing insight into the life of the 16-time Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter, actress, entrepreneur, wife and mother. This is Beyoncé, by Beyoncé. First broadcast: 28 Mar 2013

“Beyoncé, Life is but a Dream “ is a wonderful documentation about a young women artist, her personal growth, and her reflection. – Vanessa G. Turner





Website: beyonce.com

OWN Exclusive Webisode: Stevie Nicks Reveals Why Writing Is So Important


Exclusive Webisode: Stevie Nicks Reveals Why Writing Is So Important

Writing is something that Fleetwood Mac singer Stevie Nicks has done every night since she was 15 years old. Watch as she talks about how she always follows this daily ritual and why it’s important for everyone, not just for musicians and songwriters.




Stephanie Lynn “Stevie” Nicks was born on May 26, 1948 in Phoenix, Arizona to Jess and Barbara Nicks.  She is the oldest of two (1 brother).  Stevie Nicks is an American singer-songwriter who learned how to perform from her grandfather who was a struggling country western musician.  With music in her blood, Stevie went on to become the lead singer for Fleetwood Mac and a very successful solo artist.  To her record, she has over forty Top 50 hits and sold over 140 million albums, and has been deemed “The Reigning Queen of Rock and Roll.”  In 1998, the members of Fleetwood Mac were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.




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