Thursday, December 06, 2012

Olivia and John T together again

I did not see this one coming. But good for them, cute tune, and I hope their xmas album is a success, they deserve that.




She is 64, he is 58. Maybe time has been kinder to him, he looks good. But then he probably dyes his hair, who has no grey hairs at 58?

Update:

Thanks TCG for the link to a making-of article.

Anyway, I think it's just a typical pop song, no worse or better than most.
And the video was an afterthought made in a rush, the idea came from the still photographer who also made it. The most amazing thing about that is actually that JT and ONJ did not get that idea themselves, it's pretty obvious that anything with those two together would be a hit. I mean, I am about the furthest from a musical fan, I usually avoid them, but I was a teen when Grease came out, and I liked it, still like it, it has great catchy pop songs like The One That I Want (which also has some nice spray-on pants, practically).

posted by Eolake Stobblehouse @ Thursday, December 06, 2012   11 comments links to this post

11 Comments:

At 6 Dec 2012 03:10:00, Anonymous ttl said...

John T. probably dies his hair, but there are men of his age who have no grays, for example Dr. Brian Clement.

Olivia would be beautiful if only she hadn't had her face mutilated that way. A petty.

Nice aircraft. Terrible song.

 
At 6 Dec 2012 20:57:00, Blogger TC [Girl] said...

He actually wears a hairpiece...to cover a receding hairline...which I would much prefer that he "embrace" than that all-too-black-dyed stuff! That or...the bald look that is sexier than the rug...if you're into that kind of thing! (He's got the face for it!) :-P

 
At 6 Dec 2012 21:18:00, Blogger Tommy said...

Nice plane and, nice car...

I'd take either one. I wonder if that is his plane sitting next to his house?

 
At 6 Dec 2012 21:40:00, Blogger TC [Girl] said...

ttl said...

Olivia would be beautiful if only she hadn't had her face mutilated that way.

Yes...especially how it F's up their mouth. :-( I don't understand how all the women who go under this "beautification" are happy to have their mouth look so "abnormal" when they speak or...sing. :-(

 
At 6 Dec 2012 21:44:00, Blogger Eolake Stobblehouse said...

He sure looks more dangerous without the hair piece, unless that's part of the makeup and acting of that film. Many find a dangerous look sexy.

 
At 6 Dec 2012 22:06:00, Blogger TC [Girl] said...

He sure looks more dangerous without the hair piece, unless that's part of the makeup and acting of that film.

The one picture is just him chillaxing, on vacation. The one w/the goatee...yeah...all the other paraphernalia (chains, earring, tattoos, etc.) but without that, he actually doesn't look all that "dangerous." (they could just have touched up the eye lashes, so you wouldn't see all the foundation on 'em! :-/ And...he looks a hellofa LOT BETTER with the goatee on than without. (Shudder! Of course, there are those that have a hair phobia so...this "clean" look is what they enjoy!) But...if he just went "salt/peppery" w/the goatee, that would look a LOT better than that sheeit that he's done where he's matching whatever they've done to the top of his head: cut out a pattern of a short shag and glued it on?! I dunno...

Many find a dangerous look sexy.

I think it's the "bad boy" thing that many gurls like. I guess it's "macho" which is "sexy"...for some. :-)

 
At 7 Dec 2012 05:32:00, Anonymous Ken said...

It is awful. Everything. Song, production, film clip, all awful. The last few decades have been the worst period in history for religious music. Whereas for hundreds of years it was the highest pinnacle of musicianship, now it is almost always insipid rubbish.

 
At 7 Dec 2012 10:05:00, Blogger TC [Girl] said...

The making of the video.

 
At 7 Dec 2012 14:00:00, Blogger Eolake Stobblehouse said...

"You Might Like It" is a religious song??

 
At 7 Dec 2012 14:17:00, Blogger Eolake Stobblehouse said...

... I doubt it... it has the line "then we make love all night", I never heard that in a religious song.

Thanks TCG for the link to making-of artice:
http://omg.yahoo.com/blogs/holidays/inside-john-travolta-olivia-netwon-john-christmas-video-234533325.html

Anyway, I think it's just a typical pop song, no worse or better than most.
And the video was an afterthought made in a rush, the idea came from the still photographer who also made it. The most amazing thing about that is actually that JT and OLJ did not get that idea themselves, it's pretty obvious that anything with those two together would be a hit. I mean, I am about the furthest from a musical fan, but I was a teen when Grease came out, and I liked it, still like it, it has great pop songs.

 
At 7 Dec 2012 20:46:00, Anonymous Ken said...

I agree that religious might be stretching things, but it is a Christmas song, and Christmas is a religious event though sometimes it is hard to tell.

 

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