You Belong With Me – Parody of Taylor Swift

You Belong With Me – Parody of Taylor Swift

You Belong With Me - Parody of Taylor Swift

Before becoming YouTube’s “VenetianPrincess,” VP always had a passion for all aspects of the performing arts.  As a child, she grew up in Massachusetts performing in numerous plays and musicals.  She was also acting in feature films as well as several national commercials.  At home, she started directing and acting in her own home movies, starting at the age of 8 when her Dad bought her first video camcorder.

VP credits her mom for enriching her childhood with the arts.   She studied voice, dance, and musical theater there from the age of 5 to 17.  Also, during and after high school, she studied opera at the South Shore Conservatory of Music as well as the New England Conservatory of Music.

Volunteering as a teacher’s assistant at a local performing arts school, VP discovered and embraced her love of working with children. “I think I have a connection with kids, because I’ll always be one at heart.”  She explains.  VP went on to direct a modified version of the children’s classic “The Secret Garden” with her own original musical score.

In 2006, VP discovered the then-new website, “YouTube.”  At that time, it had just started reaching popularity. At first, she would use the site to upload audition videos, and then eventually decided to go back to her roots and create home movies.  Her videos included full-on fantasy adventures with elaborate costumes, as well as original noir period pieces.

As a child, she shared her creations with an audience of 4 or 5 family members or friends.  She had no idea that one day her videos would be reaching over 380 million people across the globe. Read more…

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RUN-DMC – Walk This Way

RUN-DMC – Walk This Way

RUN-DMC vs Jason Nevins - It's Like That

Darryl McDaniels or “DMC” as most of the world knows him, first made his start in the music business as one third of the ground breaking rap group Run-DMC and quickly became the most popular in terms of fans and influence. He has been in the public eye for the past 20 years, since forming the now legendary, defunct group, RUN-D.M.C with Joseph (Rev. Run) Simmons and the late, great Jason (Jam Master Jay) Mizell. Also one of the founding members of this multi-platinum music group, selling over 30 million singles and albums worldwide, it would be hard to overstate his influence on popular culture. He helped transform Rap and Hip Hop into the most popular music in the world, while building a fan base that rivals the biggest acts in Rock ‘n’ Roll.

As the first and greatest of Hip Hop’s superstars, Run-DMC succeeded beyond anyone’s wildest dreams – their own included – by embodying for the world endlessly creative subculture of young black New York. They were the first rappers to earn a gold album, the first to earn a platinum album, the first to go multi-platinum, the first to have their videos played on MTV, the first to appear on American Bandstand and Saturday Night Live, and the first rap band to grace the cover of Rolling Stone and Spin.

DMC has recently added another list of firsts to his life – his first book entitled “King of Rock: Respect, Responsibility and My Life with Run-DMC” (St. Martins). The book, written by DMC with Bruce Haring with the forward by rapper/actor Will Smith, offers a flavored tale of his rise within the music business while stressing the importance of respect and responsibility in today’s society. It has received rave reviews nationwide. Entertainment weekly called it “strangely compelling, bravely honest… plenty of entertaining anecdotes about life back in the day to keep you turning the pages. Like Will Smith, McDaniels is a born charmer.” Publisher’s Weekly says the book is “hard hitting yet sensitive… he (McDaniiels) argues astutely that ‘very few of the rappers will admit they’re creating a fictional character,’ and thereby create problems for themselves.”
In addition to the new book, DMC released his own musical project entitled Checks, Thugs, Rock-N-Roll.

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Scandinavian Pork Meatballs

Scandinavian Pork Meatballs

Scandinavian Pork Meatballs

Scandinavian Pork Meatballs with Sour Cream and Dill

You can substitute minced lamb or beef with the pork if desired.


  • 2 medium onions, finely chopped
  • 500 g pork mince
  • 1 egg
  • ½ teaspoon salt & freshly ground black pepper
  • 3 tablespoons chopped fresh dill
  • 1 tablespoons oil
  • 250 g tub sour cream
  • ½ teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
  • 1 tablespoon grainy mustard


Mix onion, pork, egg, salt & pepper and 2 tablespoons of the dill. Reserve the rest remaining dill to garnish.  I find disposable gloves the best for this job – shape into 12 – 15 meatballs.

Heat oil in a non-stick fry pan and fry meatballs until golden brown – about 10 – 12 minutes. Drain on paper towels.  Tip out any excess fat from the pan then add sour cream, Worcestershire sauce and mustard to pan. Stir to mix well.  Serve the sauce over the meatballs with noodles or mashed potato.  Sprinkle with dill to garnish.

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Asher Keddie Reveals Battle with Shyness

Asher Keddie Reveals Battle with Shyness

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If Asher Keddie could go back in time and give her teenage self some advice it would be, “Don’t wait too long to be brave”.

The WA-raised actor has a string of major awards to her name, but in an interview with InStyle Magazine confesses she has battled a lack of confidence her whole life.

The 38-year-old said it was part of the reason she was a relative late bloomer on the scene.

“I was shy and struggling with it,” the Gold Logie winner tells the magazine, which is out tomorrow. “When you are lacking in confidence, the last thing you want to do is perform.”

Keddie, who is photographed for the interview in glamorous designs by Christian Dior and Gucci, says a lack of confidence is common among actors.

“As an actor you have to be vulnerable or you’re just not going to cut it,” she said.

“Instead of fighting that vulnerability, you have to find a way of embracing it but without false confidence. I like that challenge, but struggle with it. It’s the juxtaposition of wanting to communicate a message and also wanting to not be looked at.”

The notoriously private star also opens up about her new relationship with artist Vincent Fantauzzo, a man she describes as “pretty wonderful”.

But she says they aren’t thinking about marriage. “I like the thrill of not knowing what’s happening,” Keddie said.

“I like the surprise in life across the board.”

Keddie also says she will play the neurotic Nina Proudman in a fifth season of Offspring.

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