A budding British singer got the surprise of a lifetime while filming a music video- bumping into reality TV star Kourtney Kardashian in the middle of a scene. Joelle, 13, flew over to Los Angeles to put the finishing touches to the music video for her debut song ‘Big in LA’ when she was bizarrely interrupted mid-shot by then-pregnant Kourtney Kardashian. Meet and greet… Kardashian and Joelle Sporting dark shades and a black sun hat, Kourtney walked into shot on Rodeo Drive just moments before teenage singer Joelle appears- who remains unperturbed that a major celebrity has interrupted the filming. Speaking to Yahoo! TV, Joelle admitted: “Mum told me to be professional at all times during filming as there were often people who kept walking into our video. “When we started to film me coming out the shop on Rodeo Drive I was gobsmacked that after the director shouted “action”, they breezed past me as if I wasn’t there. “I had to just carry on and walk out the shop as directed, but I shrugged my shoulders as I came out into shot as I knew they had already messed up that take and I would probably have to re-shoot it.” […] Read more!
Photo of Florence Kopleff (right) courtesy of Georgia State University School of Music Presented by: Georgia State University School of Music Arts at GSU Location: Kopleff Recital Hall at Georgia State University 9/16/2012 Sunday at 3 p.m. Florence Kopleff – You will forever be remembered by us in Atlanta and throughout the United States. Thank you for all your contributions to the arts, to Atlanta, and to Georgia State University. Amazing Memorial service – performances by Cary Lewis, Walter Huff, Tania Maxwell Clements, Kate Murray, Richard Clement, Maria Valdes, Serafina Furgiuele, and the Georgia State University Singers under the direction of Deanna Joseph. Beautiful remarks by Dwight Coleman, Thomas Shaw (son of Robert Shaw,) Alice Parker, Sue Sigmon Williams, Lorna Haywood, and John Haberlin Florence Kopleff (May 2, 1924-July 24, 2012) was an American contralto. She was born in New York City, and died in Atlanta, GA of complications of diabetes. She began her career in 1941 when she was in her senior year of high school. In 1954 the New York Times termed her performance at New York’s Town Hall “a debut recital of considerable distinction,” and further stated that “Her voice is a large, […] Read more!