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    She didn't even have ICE in her BUCKET. It's called the ICE BUCKET CHALLENGE ffs. This female can get nothing right!
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    The ‘Twisted’ Pop Failure of LeAnn Rimes [Video]


    The ‘Twisted’ Pop Failure of LeAnn Rimes [Video]

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    Many people have compared Taylor Swift to another country female singer, LeAnn Rimes. The similarities are there and they go much further than the obvious outset. Like Rimes before her, Swift has chosen to switch things up and dive completely into the pop genre. After dominating charts with a mix of southern twang and honest lyrics (although some of her past suitors have problems with that aspect), Swift’s upcoming album, 1989, is one that she considers a “musical rebirth”. For the first time, all of the tunes on the LP will be just pop. It is a genre she first heavily toyed with on her previous album, Red. Rimes once attempted to pull off a similar feat. Unfortunately for her, however, the move nearly destroyed her then burgeoning career.
    Around the year 2002, Rimes was going through an interesting “rebirth” of her own. After battling with her own father over money he was alleged to have stolen from her, along with other shifty business deals, the then 20-year-old was ready for change. She had recently married her first husband, dancer Dean Sheremet, and was growing from the adorable country darling that most saw her as, into a full-grown woman.
    She, like Swift, had some pop crossover success with past singles, such as with the ballad “How Do I Live” and the more upbeat “Can’t Fight the Moonlight”, from the Coyote Ugly soundtrack. With those notches under her belt, she felt it was time to stretch those moments into something a bit more long lasting. That decision would lead her to recording her first full-on pop album, Twisted Angel.
    There were other noticeable changes with the recording of the album. First off, her father, Wilbur C. Rimes, would have nothing to do with the project. Until that point, he had been noted as the producer of all four of her previous studio discs (LeAnn herself would executive produce Twisted Angel).
    Secondly, she would lean on more “adult” topics as opposed to the innocent nature she has once relied on in the past. Songs such as “Tic Toc “and “Review My Kisses” were more sensual in nature, especially the former, which centered on her calling on a lover to “climb inside” her “walls of ecstasy”.
    Rimes’ shows off her seductive side in “Life Goes On”

    It was a brazen move and one that had to be performed as gently as possible. Her first single from the release, the ambitious “Life Goes On”, was released in two formats for separate radio play, country and pop. The video for the track showcased a lot more of her femininity as Rimes moved seductively in a revealing dress. “Life Goes On” would do well on the Adult Contemporary Charts, but only made it as far as number 60 on the Hot Country Chart. Her fans felt as if she was alienating the base that had supported her for so long. Surprisingly, the country version of the track never had a full release to radio, which could have possibly also harmed the chances of it gaining popularity.

    The Twisted Angel album would be released in October of 2002. Almost immediately, critics and fans alike shared their disapproval of it. Critics felt that she was trying too hard to fit into a genre already overrun with teen pop queens, such as Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera. Her fans felt that there was too much sexiness and not enough of the Rimes they had come to know by that point. Although it was still successful enough to debut at number 3 and number 12 on the Country and Pop Billboard charts, respectively, Twisted Angel would ultimately become a dent in a once prominent career path.
    There would be a strong resurgence for her next offering, 2005′s This Woman. Going back to her country roots, the album would become another top seller and regain the audience that had once turned their backs on Rimes. She did attempt another style change with the rock-influenced Whatever We Wanna in 2006. Learning from past mistakes, however, the album was only released in European countries. It was still less than successful.
    Swift and Rimes do have some other interesting connections. For example, Rimes is often talked about in relation to her marriage to actor Eddie Cibrian, which occurred under some controversial circumstances. Swift is consistently pointed out for her romantic trysts as well, with tabloids commenting on the many men she is rumored to be connected to. Also, Twisted Angel, Rimes’ album, and 1989, Swift’s album, are both the fifth release from each artist.
    They often say that those who fail to learn from history will soon repeat it. For the sake of her career, Taylor Swift should hope that the lightning that once struck LeAnn Rimes has no intention of hitting her as well. 1989 is set for release in October of this year (and yes, Twisted Angel was an October release as well).




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    Quote Originally Posted by Lobelia View Post
    She didn't even have ICE in her BUCKET. It's called the ICE BUCKET CHALLENGE ffs. This female can get nothing right!
    Don't be so hard on her. They don't have room for ice in the freezer because of all the eggo waffles her entire family goes through.
    (The truth is probably that they were pressed for time, because Brandi beat her to the challenge and she got called out on twitter, so she didn't have time to make enough ice, and for some reason couldn't be bothered to run out to get some.)

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    Why do all those people have "ehads" in their twitter handle? I looked it up and it seems to be a crappy news/gossip site, but is she paying them to tweet? Or they pay her? Or are they Brandi's followers and not Leann's? I'm confused.
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    I've never heard of this song or seen the video, totally missed her pop failure phase, it sounds very Britney-esque to me and a waste of her voice. Guess she won't be going back to that now since she's got such a huge dance following. I laughed at the end--Dean dancing shirtless in the crowd scene.
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    Quote Originally Posted by faithanne View Post
    Why do all those people have "ehads" in their twitter handle? I looked it up and it seems to be a crappy news/gossip site, but is she paying them to tweet? Or they pay her? Or are they Brandi's followers and not Leann's? I'm confused.
    I don't think that they are affiliated with the celebrity, rather they are twitter accounts that clutter up a popular celebrities search results in hopes that people click the links and go to the article which is traffic, and therefore revenue, for the website. In this case it looks like the Twitter accounts are affiliated with the website.

    There is another set up where a bunch of Twitter accounts are set up, and when articles about celebrities are posted on big sites like the Daily Mail, US Weekly, Perez Hilton, a slew of tweets with links are sent and then the tweeter gets a kickback from the site when the article is accessed through their tweets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YorkshireLass View Post
    Sadly however the selfness need to remain in the limelight will always overcome the neccessity to become innccessent with regard, in other words, they failed to become anyone or anything today..... yet in self preservations, they put themselms first.... at a cost but without reason to the sensible human observing somewhat....
    translation: LR is a selfish bint who needs to stay in the limelight to overcome the shit she has got at home with Ediot who obviously doesn't give two fucks.

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    does google have a brownian motion algorithm that strings together words??
    As above.
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    Lost the post from the member who said they had family from Yorkshire, so apologies but "ey up, hope thee finds thy post alreet and within time, forget thee for losing thy post and thy's most sorry for the commupance due to being daft n not being able to find it. I'll owe thee a Yorkie pud alreet".

    To continue, LR seems to still be an utter twat.
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    mmmkay.

    anyhoo, regarding the article dougie posted, i don't get the comparison between leann and taylor. not that i like either performer (not a country music fan), leann does have a better voice than taylor. and taylor seems goofy and immature, as she should, she *is* pretty young.

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    Quote Originally Posted by faithanne View Post
    Why do all those people have "ehads" in their twitter handle? I looked it up and it seems to be a crappy news/gossip site, but is she paying them to tweet? Or they pay her? Or are they Brandi's followers and not Leann's? I'm confused.
    They are automatic accounts, not real people. These are those bot accounts she has to make her trend on twitter. These are the same accounts (actually about 8K fewer now), that were retweeting the non existent butt pictures. She pays for them in an attempt to make her look relevant. I have to say in this case, #brandiwins

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    Quote Originally Posted by mostroop View Post
    They are automatic accounts, not real people. These are those bot accounts she has to make her trend on twitter. These are the same accounts (actually about 8K fewer now), that were retweeting the non existent butt pictures. She pays for them in an attempt to make her look relevant. I have to say in this case, #brandiwins
    The funniest thing is the most of them she had botting at one point were called Steven Gerrard, Michael Owen, Michael Brides, etc who are all English Premier Football (soccer) players who don't get out of bed for anything less than 125,000 + a WEEK!!

    Example one of LR stupid unresearched bots, had a Steven Gerrard quoting her. Steven Gerrard played for the England squad, he had a cap of 114, the 3rd highest ever in English football.

    In 1989 we had a terrible disaster in English football, 96 fans were crushed to death on live tv, I was one of the unfortunate ones to watch it unfold. Steven Gerrard's cousin was at the game that day and lost his life, he was 10 years old.

    yet LR bots spammed 'her cause', she has no level of gravity of human life, Steven Gerrard, she bought followers but has NO clue what the names mean and all it was one of the 'bots' names she used but ALL of them have got history.

    the footballers she has used afterwards were actually the players on the day and the one's that went to each and every hospital and funeral visit thereafter....... That is the reaseach LR does, she used the names of the desperate, unfortunate and then, with our grief the dead. YNWA JFT96
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    YorkshireLass, when you find you have another thought to add to your last post, don't just post under your previous post, edit it.

    That makes it easier for all to read, and also keeps you within the TOS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mostroop View Post
    YorkshireLass, when you find you have another thought to add to your last post, don't just post under your previous post, edit it.

    That makes it easier for all to read, and also keeps your within the TOS.
    Far too polite.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dougie View Post
    The €˜Twisted€™ Pop Failure of LeAnn Rimes [Video]


    The ‘Twisted’ Pop Failure of LeAnn Rimes [video]

    Added by Jonathan Brown on August 19, 2014.
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    Many people have compared Taylor Swift to another country female singer, LeAnn Rimes. The similarities are there and they go much further than the obvious outset. Like Rimes before her, Swift has chosen to switch things up and dive completely into the pop genre. After dominating charts with a mix of southern twang and honest lyrics (although some of her past suitors have problems with that aspect), Swift’s upcoming album, 1989, is one that she considers a “musical rebirth”. For the first time, all of the tunes on the LP will be just pop. It is a genre she first heavily toyed with on her previous album, Red. Rimes once attempted to pull off a similar feat. Unfortunately for her, however, the move nearly destroyed her then burgeoning career.
    Around the year 2002, Rimes was going through an interesting “rebirth” of her own. After battling with her own father over money he was alleged to have stolen from her, along with other shifty business deals, the then 20-year-old was ready for change. She had recently married her first husband, dancer Dean Sheremet, and was growing from the adorable country darling that most saw her as, into a full-grown woman.
    She, like Swift, had some pop crossover success with past singles, such as with the ballad “How Do I Live” and the more upbeat “Can’t Fight the Moonlight”, from the Coyote Ugly soundtrack. With those notches under her belt, she felt it was time to stretch those moments into something a bit more long lasting. That decision would lead her to recording her first full-on pop album, Twisted Angel.
    There were other noticeable changes with the recording of the album. First off, her father, Wilbur C. Rimes, would have nothing to do with the project. Until that point, he had been noted as the producer of all four of her previous studio discs (LeAnn herself would executive produce Twisted Angel).
    Secondly, she would lean on more “adult” topics as opposed to the innocent nature she has once relied on in the past. Songs such as “Tic Toc “and “Review My Kisses” were more sensual in nature, especially the former, which centered on her calling on a lover to “climb inside” her “walls of ecstasy”.
    Rimes’ shows off her seductive side in “Life Goes On”

    It was a brazen move and one that had to be performed as gently as possible. Her first single from the release, the ambitious “Life Goes On”, was released in two formats for separate radio play, country and pop. The video for the track showcased a lot more of her femininity as Rimes moved seductively in a revealing dress. “Life Goes On” would do well on the Adult Contemporary Charts, but only made it as far as number 60 on the Hot Country Chart. Her fans felt as if she was alienating the base that had supported her for so long. Surprisingly, the country version of the track never had a full release to radio, which could have possibly also harmed the chances of it gaining popularity.

    The Twisted Angel album would be released in October of 2002. Almost immediately, critics and fans alike shared their disapproval of it. Critics felt that she was trying too hard to fit into a genre already overrun with teen pop queens, such as Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera. Her fans felt that there was too much sexiness and not enough of the Rimes they had come to know by that point. Although it was still successful enough to debut at number 3 and number 12 on the Country and Pop Billboard charts, respectively, Twisted Angel would ultimately become a dent in a once prominent career path.
    There would be a strong resurgence for her next offering, 2005′s This Woman. Going back to her country roots, the album would become another top seller and regain the audience that had once turned their backs on Rimes. She did attempt another style change with the rock-influenced Whatever We Wanna in 2006. Learning from past mistakes, however, the album was only released in European countries. It was still less than successful.
    Swift and Rimes do have some other interesting connections. For example, Rimes is often talked about in relation to her marriage to actor Eddie Cibrian, which occurred under some controversial circumstances. Swift is consistently pointed out for her romantic trysts as well, with tabloids commenting on the many men she is rumored to be connected to. Also, Twisted Angel, Rimes’ album, and 1989, Swift’s album, are both the fifth release from each artist.
    They often say that those who fail to learn from history will soon repeat it. For the sake of her career, Taylor Swift should hope that the lightning that once struck LeAnn Rimes has no intention of hitting her as well. 1989 is set for release in October of this year (and yes, Twisted Angel was an October release as well).




    Opinion by Jonathan Brown

    Source:
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    What an oddly written article. The entire article was to point out how great LeAnn is, and how successful all her albums were. Can't remember if he mentioned Shitfire. Did LeAnn pay this guy to write this crap? The thing is, Taylor actually HAS a career and is making tons of money.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mostroop View Post
    YorkshireLass, when you find you have another thought to add to your last post, don't just post under your previous post, edit it.

    That makes it easier for all to read, and also keeps your within the TOS.
    Was just adding fact after fact. Apologies.

    Quote Originally Posted by blah_blah_blah View Post
    Far too polite.
    Your pic is Steven Gerrard by the way who lost his 10 year old cousin in the Hillsboro disaster of 1989 in England at the Sheffield Wednesday Ground and covered up for many years by Maggie Thatcher.......
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