08.25.05 'Bring On The Night' DVD gets award nomination...


The 'Bring On The Night' DVD has been nominated in the 8th Annual DVD Entertainment Awards for Best Music Performance.

The first and foremost competition honoring creators and marketers of digital video recordings is back for the 8th year, as the DVD Entertainment Awards officially announces its Call for Entries.

The awards ceremony, scheduled for August 30 at Renaissance Hollywood Hotel, again will star the perennially popular Master of Ceremonies and "The Most Watched Film Critic in America" - Leonard Maltin of TV's Entertainment Tonight.

Selected by a blue-ribbon jury of technologists and journalists, the DVD Entertainment Awards are open to movie, music and game labels, distributors, producers and authoring houses vying for the coveted trophy in a wide variety of categories.

Find out more about the awards, including the other nominees at http://www.recordingmedia.org/Conferences/emx/dvdawards/index.html
The last time I saw Trudie Styler in the flesh, she was front row at Versace in Milan, watching the likes of Gisele Bundchen and Carmen Kass sashay past in all their earlytwenties loveliness. She was seated next to her husband, Sting, and was holding on to him for dear life, as if he might be filled with helium and would, at a moment's loss of concentration on her part, float tantalisingly out of her grasp. She was like that too when I saw her on the telly at Live 8. There she was in a great big hat and floaty dress, clinging to her husband like a Russian vine, all simpering noises and ingratiating angles. Yeughh. I hate women like that. Stupid women, usually blonde, who are defined by their husbands; who are too terrified to ever let their man out of their sights...