Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Video killed the radio star…and made room for video beauties. Here’s how they shake it.

Stuff, 6/6/2005
By Laura Leu

In the old days, there was no such thing as a music video. Now, I know it’s almost too hard to believe, but before the early ’80s, you would have had to make do with just listening to songs. You wouldn’t have had the opportunity to see Tammy Garcia bring Eminem’s “Just Lose It” video to life with her portrayal of a naughty schoolgirl. Britney Spears’ “My Prerogative” would have been limited to a shitty remake instead of a hot video featuring Paige Peterson in a French-maid uniform. And Rayna Tharani, Esther Lafa and Nicole LaBarbera wouldn’t have been shaking their tail feathers in videos by G-Unit, DMC with Sarah McLachlan, and 50 Cent, respectively.

Which is why technology rocks. Because not only can you see these gorgeous gals on networks like MTV, VH1 and BET, but you can also check them out on their Web site, musicvideobeauties.com. (It’s this thing called the Internet. I’ll explain it later.) The site features tons of photos and footage of the hottest dancers, models and leading ladies from your favorite videos. If you want autographed pictures, posters and calendars, you can get them there, too. But if you want to know what they have to say about what gets them hot, just read on.

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