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Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Introducing Ji Sun of Girl’s Day

We reported earlier that a new 5-member girl group called Girl’s Day would be making their debut on July 9th under DreamTea Entertainment and they have now released more information about the group members.

Having recognized an international fan forum and doing flash mobs, DreamTea Entertainment has now gone a further step in introducing the group’s members to fans. After Min Ah and Ji In, the 3rd member is Ji Sun with a video about her getting uploaded via their official Youtube channel. Follow her on Twitter too!

WORLD CUP 2010: Spain 1 Portugal 0
By Ian Ladyman in Cape Town

King David: Striker David Villa clips the ball over Portugal goalkeeper Eduardo to score the decisive goal for Spain

Just as South American teams were threatening to sweep all before them, Spain delivered a superb reminder on Tuesday night that the champions of Europe are more than capable of claiming the biggest prize in the game.

Vicente del Bosque's side were forced to reach the World Cup quarter-finals the hard way. Portugal provided stern opposition and they can count themselves unlucky to be going home. Ultimately, they paid the price for being drawn in a difficult group and, as a result, progressing as the second-placed team behind tournament favourites Brazil.

Spain, though, were irresistible at times and - the out-of-form Fernando Torres notwithstanding - they produced a spell midway through the second half last night that culminated in a fourth tournament goal for David Villa and a last-eight match-up with Paraguay.

Headache: Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo endures a frustrating night

Torres was so ineffectual that he had been substituted five minutes before his team scored. He will surely start the quarter-final but there is a growing case for his omission. That, of course, is a debate for later in the week. Last night was all about the heavenly gifts of the Barcelona trio, Xavi, Andres Iniesta and Villa.

The admirable thing about teams like Spain, and indeed Portugal, is that there is so much to watch even when the game is a stalemate, as it was for an hour last night.

When the going is tough and the route to goal uncertain, these teams do not ask their central defenders to hit long balls. They rely on what they do best and trust that, eventually, they will do it well enough to break through.

This is what happened last night as Spain emerged from a period of uncertainty either side of half-time to spring forward and secure the vital goal.

Del Bosque's team almost scored twice in a minute just after Torres had been replaced by Fernando Llorente, who headed a superb Sergio Ramos cross straight at goalkeeper Eduardo. Villa then curled a ferocious shot inches wide with his right foot.

Seconds later, though, they were ahead and it was a superbly crafted goal. Iniesta and Xavi - who else? - combined on the edge of the penalty area to play in Villa and when his first shot came back off Eduardo, he rammed the rebound high into the net.

Seven heaven: Villa wheels away in delight after his decisive goal

It was tough on the Portugal goalkeeper, who enjoyed an impressive night. He later left the field in tears.

Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo cut a miserable figure, too. His irritation was understandable. After a stellar first season at Real Madrid, he did not produce anything like his best form at this World Cup and the forward endured a poor night against Spain.

No matter. This was a game that Spain deserved to win, if only just. They began brightly, with Torres and Villa (twice) bringing saves from Eduardo in the first 10 minutes, and for a while it looked as though Xavi would simply pass Portugal on to the plane home. However, Portugal were unbeaten in 19 games before last night and - content to play on the break - they grew into the game.

Flashpoint: Argentine referee Hector Baldassi shows the red card to Portugal's Ricardo Costa as Joan Capdevila writhes in agony

Spain goalkeeper Iker Casillas pushed up a Tiago drive and then had to paw the ball away from under his own bar as striker Hugo Almeida closed in. Tiago and Almeida then went close with headers.

Notice of the Portuguese threat had duly been served but the game took its decisive course in the quarter of an hour after half-time as an Almeida cross struck Carles Puyol and almost looped in, before Spain recovered to score.

Once ahead, they could have stretched further clear.

Eduardo saved well from Villa and the excellent right back Sergio Ramos, but Spain's all-round ability was best illustrated right at the death when left back Joan Capdevila threw himself into the path of a goalbound drive from Ricardo Carvalho. Spain are not just a pretty side.

Portugal lost their cool in the closing moments and, as tempers became frayed, a series of heavy challenges went in and Capdevila was left prone by an elbow from Ricardo Costa.

The defender was sent off. That, though, was not the story. Happily, there were better things to talk about.

source: dailymail

WORLD CUP 2010: Paraguay 0 Japan 0 (Paraguay won 5-3 on pens)
By Matt Barlow reports from Pretoria

Dying hope: Japan in agony as lucky charm Yuichi Komano misses his penalty and Oscar Cardozo scores the winner

Paraguay coach Gerardo ‘Tata’ Martino collapsed in his seat and cried like a baby.

Not tears of boredom at such a turgid spectacle but of pure joy as the Argentinian led his adopted nation to their first World Cup quarter-final.

Paraguay made it four South American teams in the last eight, from just five qualifiers, but they needed the tournament’s first penalty shoot-out to kill off Japan and it was Oscar Cardozo, a familiar name on Merseyside this season, who claimed the winning penalty.

Cardozo scored three for Benfica against Liverpool in their Europa League quarter-final, including two penalties in the first leg.

And he scored twice in a minute in a 5-0 destruction of Everton in Lisbon earlier in the campaign. For every shoot-out hero, however, there is a villain, so spare a thought for Japan’s Yuichi Komano — a player who has endured a series of harsh setbacks in his career.

Komano suffered thrombosis while recovering in hospital from a cruciate ligament injury, then broke his collarbone before an eye complaint almost made him blind.

Still running: Parauguay players celebrate after Cardozo's crucial penalty booked their place in the last eight

After overcoming his troubles, Komano was fondly named ‘Good Luck’ by fans, but last night his fortunes turned.

The penalty shoot-out was 3-2 to Paraguay when he stepped up. His shot struck the bar and flew into the sky.

Nelson Valdez and Keisuke Honda both found the net before Cardozo coolly completed the win, firing past goalkeeper Eiji Kawashima, who had saved a penalty from Frank Lampard in a friendly last month and from Jon Dahl Tomasson in the group stage.

As Komano broke down on the pitch, manager Takeshi Okada strode solemnly out to console him.

Gutted: Japan's Komano looks to the sky after his penalty hits the crossbar and hands Paraguay the advantage

Martino was an emotional wreck too, removing his glasses to dry his eyes as he was mobbed by staff and players.

‘Everyone knows it is unfair to settle a game like this,’ said Martino.

‘When you make it all the way to the shoot-out you’ve made a huge effort and the tension is released, so many things go through your mind. That was the reason for the tears.’

Martino, a former Argentina player, won the Paraguay title four times before transforming the national team over the last three years.

Denied: Lucas Barrios (centre) can't find a way past Marcus Tulio Tanaka (left) and Eiji Kawashima

‘We celebrate with the rest of Paraguay,’ said Martino.

‘Let them enjoy it. The players made a huge effort. This is a success.

‘We know we are in the best eight in the world. We were just lucky in the shoot-out.

We had solidarity, enthusiasm and will to make it to the history books.’

Paraguay deserved to win, dominating possession over 120 goalless minutes and finishing strong in extra-time.

So close: Justo Villar is beaten by Daisuke Matsui but the bar saves the Paraguay keeper
Japan risked little but had their chances to seize the lead. Daisuke Matsui smashed a 30-yarder against the bar in the first half and CSKA Moscow striker Honda missed a terrific opportunity, firing wide from the edge of the penalty area before the break.

Roque Santa Cruz screwed Paraguay’s best chance wide from eight yards. ‘I have no regrets about how we played,’ said Japan boss Okada.

‘The players were wonderful. They represented Japan and Asia as a whole.’ He also hinted he may no longer be in charge by the next World Cup.

There is a rumour he intends to become a farmer.

CORRECTING ID OF PARAGUAY PLAYER Japan's defender Marcus Tulio Tanaka (R) deflects a ball next to Paraguay's striker Lucas Barrios (L) and Japan's defender Yuji Nakazawa during the 2010 World Cup round of 16 football match Paraguay vs. Japan on June 29, 2010 at Loftus Versfeld Stadium in Tshwane/Pretoria.

Paraguay's Roque Santa Cruz, second from left, and Paraguay's Paulo Da Silva, second from right in front, try to score a goal during the World Cup round of 16 soccer match between Paraguay and Japan at the Loftus Versfeld Stadium in Pretoria, South Africa, Tuesday, June 29, 2010.

Paraguay's Paulo da Silva goes in for a tackle on Japan's Keisuke Honda during their 2010 World Cup second round soccer match at Loftus Versfeld stadium in Pretoria June 29, 2010.

Paraguay players, front row from left, Carlos Bonet, Nestor Ortigoza, Cristian Riveros, Claudio Morel, Edgar Benitez, Lucas Barrios, back row from left, Enrique Vera, goalkeeper Justo Villar, Antolin Alcaraz, Roque Santa Cruz, and Paulo Da Silva pose for a team photo before the World Cup round of 16 soccer match between Paraguay and Japan at the Loftus Versfeld Stadium in Pretoria, South Africa, Tuesday, June 29, 2010.

Paraguay's Edgar Benitez (R) and Cristian Riveros (16) fall during the 2010 World Cup second round soccer match against Japan at Loftus Versfeld stadium in Pretoria June 29, 2010.

Japan's national soccer team poses for a photo at a 2010 World Cup second round soccer match against Paraguay at Loftus Versfeld stadium in Pretoria June 29, 2010. Pictured are (front L-R) Japan's Makoto Hasebe, Yuto Nagatomo, Yasuhito Endo, Yuichi Komano, Yoshito Okubo, Daisuke Matsui, (rear L-R) Yuki Abe, Yuji Nakazawa, goalkeeper Eiji Kawashima, Tulio and Keisuke Honda.

Paraguay's team huddles before their 2010 World Cup second round soccer match against Japan at Loftus Versfeld stadium in Pretoria June 29, 2010.

Japan supporters with Japan's national flag painted on their cheeks are pictured before the 2010 World Cup round of 16 match Paraguay versus Japan on June 29, 2010 at Loftus Versfeld Stadium in Pretoria.

A Japan's fan, with his face painted, waits for the start of the 2010 World Cup second round soccer match between Japan and Paraguay at Loftus Versfeld stadium in Pretoria June 29, 2010.

Japan's Keisuke Honda (4th L) warms up with team mates before the 2010 World Cup second round soccer match between Paraguay and Japan at Loftus Versfeld stadium in Pretoria June 29, 2010


Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Cheryl Cole adopts military mode for X Factor audition fashion battle with glittering guest judge Katy Perry
By Sarah Bull

Simple but sexy: Cheryl Cole wears a khaki playsuit to The X Factor auditions in Dublin today

She likes to keep us guessing with her outfit choices for the X Factor auditions.
And today Cheryl Cole went for a relatively simple look in a low-key khaki playsuit, which she teamed with black Christian Louboutin heels and a black cinch belt.

The singer, who turns 27 on Wednesday, added extra glam with the help of some long gold earrings.

But then she knew she had to make an extra effort with Katy Perry as a guest judge on the panel.

Military style: She teamed the silk number with a pair of black Christian Louboutin heels and cinch belt

Katy, predictably, opted for all-out glamour in a pale blue sequinned number.

The 25-year-old American is the latest in a string of guest judges adding a bit of oomph to proceedings in the absence of Dannii Minogue, who is on maternity leave.

And the California Gurls singer was thrilled about the prospect about using her musical talents to help others, tweeting earlier today: 'X FACTOR DUBLIN!!! Can't wait to spot a star!!!'

Sparkling in sequins: Katy Perry shone in a shimmering blue dress

Cheryl and Katy were joined by fellow judges Simon Cowell and Louis Walsh as they hit the Irish capital, and Walsh, for one, was thrilled that the auditions were including Dublin.

He said: 'I really want the winner to come from Ireland this year. This is the seventh series and it's high time.

Big signing: Cheryl Cole gives her autograph to a fan outside the the Dublin Convention Centre

In the spotlight: Guest judge Katy Perry also paused to sign her name for fans

'The show hasn't been here since 2006. Simon said I better make it worth his while!'
Meanwhile, Kylie Minogue has revealed she would love to make a return to the judging panel.

New panel line-up: Katy and Cheryl pose with fellow judges Simon Cowell and Louis Walsh

Kylie joined sister Dannii in the judges houses' stage of the reality show last year, and proved a huge success as she helped her sibling put through acts including Stacey Solomon and Lucie Jones.

She told This Morning: 'Do you know, it was really much more personal than I thought it would be, with these girls in front of you with real emotion and so much riding on it.

'I found it really difficult. But if I could do the same with Dannii again this year, I definitely would.'

ain man: Simon Cowell arrives at the Dublin Convention Centre [endtext]

Baby you're looking cool! Now mothers can buy 'denim' nappies for their little ones
By Daniel Bates In New York

Red carpet, blue nappy: A toddller wearing the new Huggies product poses for the photographers in a promotional image

They are a fashion staple for the young and old alike.

But now even babies can wear the latest in jean fashion - thanks to 'denim' nappies.

The jean nappy has denim-style pockets at the side and the back along with the usual inner lining to stop unfortunate leakages.

Fashion nappy: A young boy models the new limited edition Huggies jean diaper

By combining fashion and practicality, manufacturer Huggies says parents only have to bother with one bottom layer for their children, instead of putting clothes over the nappies.

But the company runs the risk of foisting fashion on youngsters and making them scrutinise their appearance at an ever younger age.

It has also baffled many with its bizarre advertising campaign which shows onlookers going slack-jawed at the sight of a toddler clad in the denim diaper.

As the young boy walks through a street wearing nothing but the nappy and a white shirt, women peer over the sunglasses and a stunned man accidentally lets go of some balloons before the dubious slogan comes up on screen: 'The coolest you'll look pooping your pants'.

The jean nappies are modified disposable Huggies Little Movers and cost £8 for 29, in three different sizes.

Talking point: The nappy is light blue-coloured and appears to have pockets but is not made of denim

Dubious: The closing scene of the Huggies advert, which shows a box of the nappies costing £8 for 29

They are not actually denim but designed to look like jeans and are currently available in the US where they have been a huge success.

A Huggies spokesman said: 'Jeans have always been a Mommy fashion must-have, but now it's time for their little ones to steal the style.

'Denim has always been a summer style staple, and the Huggies Jeans Diapers are no exception - they are a unique, fun and stylish way to make your little one the coolest and cutest around.'

Jean nappies were first launched in Israel in 2007 and have been a success in more than 20 countries around the world including Russia, South Korea, Mexico and Singapore

'Chic': The child wearing the nappy is helped into a convertible, reinforcing the product's 'cool' image

Limited edition: The new nappy

On internet message boards and blogs opinion was divided over whether or not they were cute or damaging.

On commentator Heather Havrilesky said ironically: 'It's about time someone recognized the need to turn innocent, joyful little babies into overstyled, self-conscious, world-weary old crones like the rest of us.'

However on YouTube, where the jean nappy advert has been a huge hit, others wrote: 'I love this commercial, it is so adorable', and 'Too funny. Awkward though'.

In the advert, the narrator says: 'My diaper's full. Full of chic. When it's number two, I look like number one. I poo in blue.'

Earlier this month there was fury when it emerged girls as young as three are being offered high heels by fashion stores despite growing concerns over the sexualisation of children.

The shoes have apparently become popular after the daughter of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes was seen wearing them aged three.

Suri Cruise has been pictured a number of times in public with heels and lipstick in what her mother claims is just a harmless dressing up game.

However, High Street chains have latched onto the trend and are trying to entice parents in this country to emulate the Cruises.

Shops including Asda, Next and GapKids have come under fire from parents on online forum by selling the footwear.

source: dailymail


WORLD CUP 2010: Brazil 3 Chile 0
By Sportsmail Reporter

Three and easy: Robinho celebrates Brazil's brilliant third after his sublime shot sailed into the back of the net

Brazil cruised into the quarter-finals of the World Cup on Monday night with a convincing 3-0 victory over Chile at Johannesburg's Ellis Park stadium.

The five-times world champions struggled to break down the Chile defence for a little over half an hour but once central defender Juan headed in a corner in the 34th minute the die was cast.

Four minutes later striker Luis Fabiano sprung the offside trap to score a second and Robinho added a third with a great strike in the 59th minute.

Brazil will play Netherlands, 2-1 winners over Slovakia earlier in Durban, in the quarter-finals on Friday in Port Elizabeth.

Samba style: Luis Fabiano rounds Chile goalkeeper Claudio Bravo to score Brazil's second

Doing us proud: English referee Howard Webb makes his authority clear to the Chilean players

In control: Brazilian playmaker Kaka is fouled by Chile's Arturo Vidal

Juan-nil: Defender Juan (No4) rises to head home the opening goal for Brazil

source: dailymail

World Cup 2010: Netherlands 2 Slovakia 0

Slovakia's goalkeeper Jan Mucha (R) eyes Slovakia's midfielder Juraj Kucka heading a ball during the 2010 World Cup round of 16 match Netherlands vs Slovakia on June 28, 2010 at Moses Mabhida stadium in Durban.

Slovakia goalkeeper Jan Mucha, foreground, fails to block a shot by Netherlands' Arjen Robben, second from right, during the World Cup round of 16 soccer match between the Netherlands and Slovakia at the stadium in Durban, South Africa, Monday, June 28, 2010.

(Top row, L to R) Slovakia's midfielder Juraj Kucka, Slovakia's goalkeeper Jan Mucha, Slovakia's defender Martin Skrtel, Slovakia's defender Jan Durica, Slovakia's striker Robert Vittek and Slovakia's defender Radoslav Zabavnik (bottom row, L to R) Slovakia's midfielder Miroslav Stoch, Slovakia's midfielder Marek Hamsik, Slovakia's midfielder Vladimir Weiss, Slovakia's striker Erich Jendrisek and Slovakia's defender Peter Pekarik pose before the 2010 World Cup round of 16 football match Netherlands versus Slovakia on June 28, 2010 at the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban.

Netherlands' Joris Mathijsen, right, and Slovakia's Robert Vittek, left, compete for the ball during the World Cup round of 16 soccer match between the Netherlands and Slovakia at the stadium in Durban, South Africa, Monday, June 28, 2010.

Slovakia's Erik Jendrisek, right, kicks the ball past Netherlands' players from left: Nigel de Jong, John Heitinga, Joris Mathijsen, during the World Cup round of 16 soccer match between the Netherlands and Slovakia at the stadium in Durban, South Africa, Monday, June 28, 2010.

Netherland's Mark van Bommel fights for the ball with Slovakia's Erik Jendrisek (L) during their 2010 World Cup second round soccer match at Moses Mabhida stadium in Durban June 28, 2010.

A Netherlands fan dressed as an airline stewardess gestures during the 2010 World Cup round of 16 football match Netherlands versus Slovakia on June 28, 2010 at Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban.

Netherlands' Wesley Sneijder (L), Arjen Robben (C) and Robin van Persie stand during the national anthem before their 2010 World Cup second round soccer match against Slovakia at Moses Mabhida stadium in Durban June 28, 2010.

Photo: Reuters, Gettyimages, AP

Monday, June 28, 2010

LPG reveals highly sexual comeback MV teaser
Self-proclaimed as the Long Pretty Girls, girl group LPG has unveiled a highly sexual music video teaser today for their upcoming comeback track, Doorbell of Love.

Although only 40 seconds in length, the teaser offers quite the pleasure for all viewers. Almost during the entire movie, LPG’s member Semi can be seen making love on bed, briefly showing her bare naked body.

Of course, K-pop industry is yet nowhere tolerant of inappropriate content. Already heading to the land of ban, this teaser has been getting various opinions by netizens, deciding whether this music video is suitable for public view. LPG’s label has already announced to create a “clean” version of the music video, however.

To support their decision on incorporating a sex scene in the music video, LPG’s label revealed, “We’ve decided to add the sex scene in order to express the story of a man cheating on his girlfriend much strongly.”

The full music video will be out soon, so keep your eyes peeled!

source :allkpop

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