Priyanka Chopra Continues American Push on ‘Nightline’

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Priyanka Chopra is continuing her push to take over America as she appeared in an interview for a segment of ‘Nightline’. The CAA-repped actress (the first Bollywood star to ever be represented by mega-agency American agency CAA…) first began the push with her foray into the music world. She had collaborations with Pitbull on the single ‘Exotic’, previously released the single ‘In My City’ with will.i.am, and has even appeared on the opener for Thursday Night Football.

Priyanka has recently been announced as the face of Guess over the holidays and is getting ready to drop yet another single on American audiences. But is it working? She tells the British interviewer during the segment that America is the ‘Land of Dreams’ and a multicultural melting pot so making it in America is still a possibility.

In an interesting segment surely meant to demonstrate her ‘All-American Appeal’, Indian Chopra squeals with delight when she says American burger chain Jack in the Box and is then shown with a burger in hand. Has her play for American appeal gone too far? Will she alienate her Indian and international followers with this grab for American popularity? It remains to be seen, but her handlers are certainly pushing her crossover appeal pretty hard.

If you want to see exactly what Priyanka has to say regarding her American push, the ‘Nightline’ segment can be seen here.

Car Show 10-20-2012

Lets face it, we love cars. We love to drive them, and we like to show them off. That is exactly the purpose of a car show. I attended my very first car show last night, and got some amazing shots thanks to my photographer, Elizabeth. This was a vintage car show, where cars from the early 1930s to date, were displayed. Personally,I’ve never been intrigued with the history behind cars, but after speaking to some of the owners of the classic models, that all changed.

This showcase was displayed outside Rock n Roll Cafe, in Simi Valley, California.  I was talking to the owners asking them the make and models. We saw Plymouth Cudas, Special Buicks from the late 1930s to the 1970’s and trucks.

We met a owner of a classic plymouth 1976 cuda, named John, and he told us it isn’t easy to maintain these cars,because parts are rare and can cost $1000s’ to repair. Most people just keep them parked in their garage as collector items

As you can see in the 1930’s,  some of the automobile designs of this period in history were exceptionally artistic and sophisticated. Most of these vintage models are post World War 1.

 

Red Plymouth 1970 Cuda                                                   1956 Buick special

Photos by: Elizabeth Woods

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