Lana Del Rey was nominated for a Shorty Awards. Vote for her now!
Just follow these steps:
1) Go to this website: ShortyAwards;
2) Make sure her Twitter name appears on the bar;
3) Choose one category such as: singer, music, fashion, celeb, and so on;
4) Justify your vote;
5) Click on ‘Tweet your vote’;
The Youtube channel of the Corinthia Hotel London uploaded a performance of Lana Del Rey singing “Video Games” live from underneath the gorgeous crystal chandelier at Corinthia Hotel back in November. Check the video and some screencaptures below!
We found a post on Tumblr from a fan who had the pleasure of meeting Lana on January 4th. You can read an excerpt of the text, see some photos & a video below. Click on “Read the rest of….” to read the whole text. Thanks at PictureMonster for this review.
As some of you may know I go out and meet celebrities with my friends when I can, I managed to meet Lana Del Rey on Wednesday night and she was happy to give my blog a shout out.
The adventure started when my friends told me that she was going to be at London Studios recording for Jonathan Ross. We headed down there but failed to meet her arriving, so we decided to try and get tickets to watch the show live. The doors were about to open in the next hour and we just about managed to get wristbands, which allowed us entry.
To be fair this was the most boring recording I’ve ever sat through. The guests were three Olympic athlete hopefuls, John Bishop and Professor Brian Cox with Lana Del Rey performing. We were just chilling and then Lana Del Rey came on the interview side of the stage! Jonathan asked her a few questions one of them being “your hair is really thick, is it real?” She handled this without awkwardness and said “most of it is…” [….]
‘Born To Die’ album is in position 6 from the Top 50 Most Anticipated Albums of 2012 according with Cover Magazine. They also gave their opinion about the upcoming new album:
“In 2011, there was no more enigmatic figure in music than Lana Del Rey. In a matter of months, the beautiful melancholy chanteuse was catapulted into the spotlight, dissected by the blogosphere, and then dragged into an ugly media tug-of-war. But once you turn down all the noise and actually listen to the music, you’ll find that it’s very, very good. So forget all the drama. Lana’s an undeniable talent, and when Born To Die debut drops, it should shut a lot of people up. We can hardly wait.”