Kamis, 23 Juni 2011

Katy Perry in Elle Magazine

There is much that’s paradoxical about Perry. Old YouTube footage of her early performances shows a dishwater-blond teen as different from the raven-haired, larger-than-life pop vixen sitting across from me as black-and-white Kansas is to Technicolor Oz. Born Katheryn Elizabeth Hudson (she later took Perry, her mother’s maiden name, to distinguish herself from Kate Hudson) in Santa Barbara in 1984, she says, she was “a stereotypical attention-seeking middle child” who grew up in a sheltered household presided over by born-again-Christian parents. When she was nine, she started taking vocal lessons, and at 13 began to play guitar and write her own songs. “All I really knew at that time was contemporary Christian music, so I wanted to be like Amy Grant,” she says. At 15, her mother chaperoned her on trips to Nashville, where she recorded a gospel album, Katy Hudson, that was released in 2001 but sold only 200 copies. Disappointed but undaunted, she left high school and moved to L.A. to try her luck on the pop circuit, a switch she attributes to “just becoming aware that there’s more to the world than what I had been brought up with.” Her parents didn’t entirely support her decision, but, she says, “we agreed to disagree and move on.”

Perry remembers the next few years as an “endless hustle” in which she managed to get signed and dropped by both Island Def Jam and Columbia Records. She was championed by producer Glen Ballard, who had discovered Alanis Morissette, and recorded songs for an album with production team the Matrix, known for working with big names including Avril Lavigne and Shakira, but nothing was ever released. “I had two cars repossessed, and I was writing bad checks,” she says, “but I gave myself a timeline. I thought, Okay, if I don’t make it by 25, I’m just going to get married and pop out some babies and do some crafts.” Her breakthrough single—the bubblegum bi-curious anthem “I Kissed a Girl,” which topped the charts in 15 countries and catapulted Perry into the public consciousness—was released when she was 23.

Quote Of The Day

"Kadang kita lebih sering melihat pantulan cermin dari orang lain. Melihat betapa cantiknya dia, sempurnanya bentuk wajahnya, dan keelokan rupanya. Kita tidak mau menoleh sedikitpun pada pantulan bayangan kita dicermin. Kita lebih senang bermuram durja melihat pantulan orang lain. Membandingkan dirinya dengan kita, dan lama lama kita terjatuh dan pantulan diri kita usang di cermin sana. Coba mulai sekarang lihatlah lebih dekat diri kita.Karean setiap orang punya keunikan tersendiri. Perhatikan setiap detail ciptaan Tuhan. Betapa cantiknya kita. Betapa beruntungnya kita. Love yourself! "

Jumat, 17 Juni 2011

Jennifer Aniston and Her Man in Marie Claire Magazine

Let's imagine for a minute that the work/fun ratio at your job was inverted. That the eight hours with your nose to the grindstone and the 20 minutes goofing off with your coworkers (OK, maybe 40, assuming you don't work at a law firm) were flipped. In this alternate reality, you were paid to make your colleagues giggle like third-graders, let off some steam, and come up with outrageous schemes to oust your boss. Then, because this is fantasyland and we may as well go there, let's say that your coworkers were Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis of Saturday Night Live fame, and It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia cocreator Charlie Day — three charming as hell guys who also happen to be some of the funniest men in Hollywood.

Essentially, what we've just described is Jennifer Aniston's current gig. As one of the stars of Horrible Bosses, the much anticipated new comedy in which three best friends plot to murder their employers, the golden-toned Ms. Aniston continues to live the dream. Though the character she plays — a sexually aggressive dentist who assaults her assistant — is far from dreamy, it's the perfect opportunity for the comedienne to break out of the rom-com cage and play a big, bawdy, outrageous role.

Today, the friends and costars have been hamming it up for the camera, shooting photos for four separate MC covers. Though Aniston's been on set, under the photographer's lights, for the better part of the day, when she exits the elevator onto the rooftop lounge of the photo studio, she's all smiles. The guys are casual in jeans, T-shirts, and flannel, but she's in trim black pants, a black knit tank, and black boots with a slim heel. Her newly lobbed bob is messy in that paradoxically precise way that only she and her hairstylist have mastered. Maybe it's just the light, which is dusky and pink enough to make even the gritty Hollywood surroundings seem uncharacteristically romantic, but Aniston, 42, almost looks airbrushed in person. And now she's ready to relax with a sip of tequila and fresh lime on the rocks ("Not all of the sugar and salt of a margarita, though I do love them," she says) and devour a bowlful of chips and guacamole with the guys.

"Poor Charlie," Aniston says of her costar, whom she repeatedly offends in the film. "He had to put up with me harassing him for two solid weeks."
"I play a dental assistant, and she is a dentist, my boss, who wants to sleep with me even though I'm desperately in love with my fiancée," Day says. "I won't do it. My character is not into it."
"It's a real testament to your acting ability," Bateman chimes in.
"Yeah, it's a tough concept to sell," Day laughs.

My first job was: As an extra on my dad's [actor John Aniston] soap opera, Search for Tomorrow. When I was 12, I asked him if I could get a part on his show. I wore a yellow skating outfit, and I was kinda large. It's hard to look good in yellow, and I certainly did not. I remember I got a check for about $100, and I was blown away. Later, I waited a lot of tables, and I wasn't very good at that. I dropped more than one Alpine burger in customers' laps, and you just do not want all of that Swiss cheese and mushrooms in your pants. I wasn't a good waitress, but I was told that I was very nice and charming, so people liked me anyway.


My first job was: An educational video. I was about 10. A local college was making a film of a Ray Bradbury short story, and I acted in it. After that, I got the part on Little House on the Prairie, and worked pretty steadily.

I've never had a horrible boss, but: Most of the time I don't even know who my boss is. When you're making a movie, you don't always have the same boss when you finish as you did when you started. Studio heads, directors — they're shifting around all the time, fired and hired. And at the end of every project, as an actor, you're effectively fired. So you're out there looking for work again like everybody else.


I've never had a horrible boss, but: I came close. When I was living in Chicago doing Second City, I worked at Banana Republic on the Magnificent Mile. I can't remember her name, but the manager had these beautiful blue eyes and she was always picking fights with me. She was all over me about "hanger integrity." That's what they say when they want all of the hangers to face the same direction. But I was good. I could fold a sweater, man. I got to the point where I didn't even need the special board they make for folding.


My first job was: As a janitor for a health club in Rhode Island. I made a little money, got paid under the table, and got to burn off some teenage energy at the gym. Arnold Schwarzenegger worked out there while he was filming True Lies. So the owner had these giant posters of him all over the gym, which I'd have to clean. I essentially polished his abs for a living.

Harry Potter Deathly Hallow Part 2 Epic Finale

Minggu, 12 Juni 2011

My Sweet Escape : ELLE Decor

 My Glamor Pool

My Dream Closet

My Chic Lunchion Girl

My Country Side

My Private Castaway : Bedroom

My Sunny Side : Backyard

My Sweet Escape : Book-Room

My Working Imagination : Studio

My Dream Kitchen

Emma Stone in Elle Magazine

On having braces and wearing glasses while growing up:  “And I sucked my thumb until I was 11, so I had this expander in. I was a good-looking kid. I never felt, like, dorky. I was just like, ‘Yup, these are my braces. I’ve had them forever.’”
On not being recognized as easily in public with her new look:  “I mean, I haven’t been around very long. I can’t expect everyone to have seen The House Bunny. Oh God. I am having such waves of internal embarrassment, which now I’m admitting on a tape recorder. This is so one of the things I should keep in my head.”
More:  Do you prefer Emma as a blond, brunette, or redhead?

On her obsession with Farmville: “I got to level 42, and I wasn’t doing anything else anymore, so I had to stop.”
On taking up baking in part to control her nervous energy: “It’s very controlled. You know, if you put in the same amount of whatever is in the recipe, it will come out all right.”
On her career: “It’s so funny how different life could have been. I went to so many auditions. I remember my audition for Heroes. I went in right after Hayden Panettiere. Now here we are in this rented house. It feels like it just happened.”

On wanting to be believable in her roles: “I like to look like a person. It drives me crazy when you see women in movies playing teachers, and they have biceps. It totally takes me out of the movie. I start thinking, Wow, that actress playing this part really looks great!”
n developing as a person and as an actress : “I was sitting in a restaurant like this. And I’m working on this script. To my right, a guy was like, ‘I’m producing this thing’…and I was like, You can’t play a regular person and live only in circumstances where people are only talking about movies. The most important part of my job is feeling like I understand as much as I can about humans and human behavior.”

On declining to talk about her relationship with her former boyfriend, Kieran Culkin: “You have to keep some things sacred…”
On whether celebrity relationships have a shorter shelf life : “I don’t think that’s true. Maybe. But there’s a fair amount that do work….I’m optimistic.”

Breaking Dawn Tailer

The movie is going to out in the cinema in November. Last film from Twilight epic Movie. I'm too excited wanna see Renesmee. Hopefully you enjoy this trailer from MTV Movie Award 2011. By the way, Robert Pattinson win Best Male Actor in MMA. Yaaayyyy.. :)

Selasa, 07 Juni 2011

Rob Pattinson in Elle Magazine

How to explain the phenomenon of Rob Pattinson? One could focus on his looks (Byronic, smoldering, perfect), zeroing in on the cheekbones (razor-sharp, perfect), blue eyes (mysterious, a whole Facebook page dedicated to them, perfect), and that hair (tousled, lustrous, finger lickin’).

Another route is to try to make sense of his Twilight superfans, the squealing girls who camp out for up to a week in hopes of merely getting an autograph, or who ask for a bite on their already-scabby, bloodied necks. Some Twilighters even wonder if he’s really a vampire, as they obsess about his offscreen relationship with Kristen Stewart. (Here’s a thought: Being human, they may have slept together a few times but probably really are just good friends.)

But how about looking at “RPatz” with empathy—even pity—and advancing the theory that he’s a nice, ordinary, likable 24-year-old from a London suburb who accidentally fell into this teen idol heartthrob business? After all, it wasn’t his plan to be cast against great odds in an abstinent-vampire movie; in fact, around 2007, before Twilight cameras rolled, he was flirting with quitting acting altogether and making music instead. (Never mind.)

During a hiatus from shooting Breaking Dawn, the conclusion of the Twilight series, a world-weary-sounding Pattinson perked up as he discussed his post-Twilight career. In Water for Elephants, he plays a veterinary student who falls in love with a married circus performer (Reese Witherspoon), and this year he’ll be seen costarring with Uma Thurman, Christina Ricci, and Kristin Scott Thomas in Bel Ami, based on the Guy de Maupassant novel about corrupt journalist Georges Duroy, who seduces and manipulates his way to the top.

ELLE: How great a novel is Bel Ami?
ROBERT PATTINSON:  Amazing. One of my favorites. The script was really good too; Duroy has kind of changed a little bit.
He’s so cynical in the book, but now he’s so convinced that he knows everything and that he’s been wronged, that he ends up being very earnest. He realizes that the whole world he lives in is based on a lie; it angers him so much that he basically wants to burn the whole thing down…and in trying to enjoy everything, he becomes what he hates most: a pompous little shit.

ELLE:  Was it fun playing a ladies’ man instead of a celibate?
RP: Completely. I thought it was funny as well—Twilight having quite a bit of a female audience—to play a guy who basically screws women out of money. I like the fact that you never hear of a movie where the bad guy stabs every single person in the back and then wins.

ELLE:  So you relished playing a sleazy journalist?
RP:  I like the section where he gets a job as a gossip writer and in a completely banal way just makes stuff up—uses the same story and changes the names. I think that still is very, very true.

ELLE:  It was once reported that you were pregnant.
RP: Yeah, a couple years ago. That was true, though.

ELLE: Any other odd encounters with the media recently?
RP:  A bunch of paparazzi were following me, and I thought the best way to deal with it was to stop my car in the middle of the street and say, “I’m not leaving, and I’m not going to speak to you anymore.” They got all pissed off because they can’t just keep taking the same picture. We were in Venice by the boardwalk, and they kept trying to get all these drug dealers to come up to the car. I was just like, Oh my God, this is insane.
ELLE:  Have you ever fantasized about doing something to destroy the “Twilight image” of you?
RP: You know, when the whole thing dries up and there’s hardly any paparazzi around—I don’t know, in 15 years or something—I like the idea of just one paparazzo coming out and trying to get a picture, and I just beat the shit out of him. I mean—out of nowhere—when my picture’s not even worth…and I’ve spent all my money, so you can’t sue me!

ELLE:  Is your idea of hell to end up at age 45 posing with Twilighters at a comic book convention?
RP:  I mean, that would be totally fine—if I didn’t have any responsibilities, if it didn’t affect my career anymore. I did a couple of those after Harry Potter, when I was totally unemployed. You can have so much fun. There are so many weirdos there.

ELLE:  Have you had many near-death experiences?
RP: Yes, loads. I am the worst driver in the world. Every time I get in a car, I call up my parents and say goodbye.

ELLE:  What percentage of evil do you think you are?
RP: I mean, I used to think it was more—around 40. I think I was overestimating. I think it’s more like 3, which is very disappointing.

ELLE: Here’s a line from Maupassant: “The essence of life is the smile of round female bottoms, under the shadow of cosmic boredom.” Any thoughts?
RP:  That is an absolutely true quote. Round female bottoms are very much a miracle.

ELLE: What would have to happen to make tonight unforgettable? Anything you want.
RP: I just got a little dog, so I’m having a very girly night here with my pup, a rescue mutt. It’s going to sound like I’m making this up.

ELLE: What women did you daydream about as a teen?
RP:  I was always obsessed with Kate Moss. On my bedroom wall I had a poster of Linda Blair and Kate Moss. I always liked Jane Fonda. Who else? Ellen Burstyn.

ELLE:  Are you ever embarrassed these days?
RP:  I guess if you’re constantly in public, you’re not embarrassed about anything. But dancing is my Achilles’ heel—I don’t even try. It’s like, “Come on, dance!” “No, I’m not getting up!” I can freestyle by myself with no one watching. I’m a great dancer then.

ELLE:  Director Chris Weitz (The Twilight Saga: New Moon) once described you as “bookish” and a “weirdo…in the best sense.”
RP:  I guess I used to be weirder. When you’re confronted with yourself too much, you start to think, Jesus Christ, you’re so fucking boring. And the more you think you’re boring, the more you become boring. I talk about myself too much now.

ELLE:  Have you seen the documentary Robsessed?
RP:  I’ve seen bits, because someone said, “All your friends are being interviewed in it and talking about you,” and I was like, “What the fuck?” So I watched it. I love these people pretending to be my friends and pretending to have met me, having insider knowledge—and actually some kind-of-famous people who’ve never met me, they just destroy their credibility in one swoop. The one frightening thing is they’ve got it on iTunes, and I looked at all the comments and almost every single comment was, “Who is this idiot making a documentary about himself? Who does he think he is?”

ELLE:  What are some descriptions of you that you’ve had enough of?
RP: I never got the “brooding” thing. I’ve had about enough of that.

ELLE: What would you like to replace it with?
RP: Brooded. “Rob Pattinson looking brooded.” Brooded: It’s, like, after you’ve finished brooding.

Minggu, 05 Juni 2011


 Lagu ini membuat saya tersentuh dalam film 3 idiots. Judulnya Jane Nahin - Sonu Nigam. Sempat membuat saya menangis dan bertanya kepada sahabat saya sekaligus pacar saya " Apakah ada teman yang seperti Rancho di dunia nyata?" hanya Tuhan yang tahu dimana orang orang spesial ini berada.

Persahabatan di antara mereka bertiga membuat saya tertawa, menangis, miris, dan tersenyum. Bagaimana mereka saling berlari mengejar mimpi, tapi tak mau saling melepaskan genggaman satu sama lain. Bagaimana mereka membangun ikatan itu untuk pertama kali, menahan godaan untuk menjaga persahabatan mereka, berkorban untuk yang dicintai.

Terkadang senyum diciptakan dari keluarga kedua kita yaitu sahabat. Mereka tau kapan kita membutuhkan dan butuh support. Teman yang selalu memberikan pundaknya padamu jika kau ingin menangis. Teman yang selalu menyediakan telinga bagimu jika kamu ingin bercerita. Teman yang memberikan hatinya padamu agar kamu selalu tenang dan tersenyum.

jaane nahin denge tujhe: we will not allow you to go away
jaane tujhe denge nahin: willl not let you go

chahe tujho rab bulaa le: whether God calls you

hum na rab se darne waale: we are not going to be afraid of that, God even
raahon mein dat ke khade hain hum: we are standing firmly in away
yaaron se nezrein chura le: whether you hide your eyes from us (friends)
chahe jitna dum laage le: or put any kind of force
jaane na tujho aise denge hum: we will not let you go away this way

back to * (2x)

do kadam ka yeh safar hai: it (life) is the journey of two step
umr chhoti si dagar hai: life is a small (short) path
ek kadam mein ladkhadaya kyon: and how did you get stumbled in just one step
sunn le yaaron ki yeh baatein: listen to the talks of friends
beetengi sab gum ki raatin: the nights of sorrows will pass away
yaaron se rootha hai saale kyunn: why are you displeased with ur friends

back to * (2x)

maa ne khat mein kya likhaa tha: what did your mother wrote in the letter
jiye tu tug jug yeh kahaa tha: she said you to live forever
chaar pal bhi jee na paaye tu: but you dont even lived for four moments
yaaron se nez rein milaa le: match your eyes with your friends
ek baar tu muskura de: smile just for once
uth ja saale yun sataata hai kyonn: wake up freak, why are you teasing

Kamis, 02 Juni 2011

Hello,Summer !

1. Day drinking can be frickin' awesome, but it can also kick your ass. Because of the sun and the hot temps, you'll likely be more dehydrated, making you way more tipsy than usual.

2.Yes, you need sunscreen. You shouldn't even ask.

3.A little bug spray will go a long way. Yeah, it sucks — but mosquitoes gorging themselves on your sweetness sucks even more. 

4.Do not apply self-tanner or an instant bronzer if you're going to put on a white dress shortly after. Your dress will stain and the orangey smudges won't come out. Ever.

5. You are not a vampire and do not need to wear your sunglasses inside. Everyone hates you when you do.

6.Summer is short and it will be over before you know it. So enjoy it while you can!

7. When a random friend mentions that you’d be welcome at her family vacation house in Spain/the Virgin Islands/Italy, don’t just daydream about going. Book a flight.

 8.Challenge a group of good-looking dudes to a beach volleyball game against you and your girls. Win or lose, you’ll have met a bevy of prospects.

9.Spring for the outdoor massage.

 10.Whenever you’re bored, find something free to do: cook-offs, concerts in the park, local produce-themed festivals. These goofball ideas create the most fun, memorable moments.

11.Don’t just go to a bonfire — learn how to build one.

12. Avoid that impossible end-of-summer photo-sharing task by uploading your shots after every wild weekend.

13. Don’t go on vacation with a coworker whom you only sort of like.

Harry Potter Facts

1, WHEN Arthur Weasley takes Harry and his pals to the Ministry of Magic they must first dial a secret code into a telephone keypad. He enters the number 62442. The letters underneath those numbers on a standard mobile phone spell out the word "magic".

2, IF a muggle spotted Hogwarts, they would just see an old ruin with a sign "Keep out, dangerous building".

3, NATALIE McDonald, who appears on page 159 of Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire, was a real person.
She was a nine-year-old girl from Toronto, Canada, who was dying of leukaemia. She wrote to JK Rowling asking what was going to happen in the next Harry Potter book as she would not live long enough to read it.
The kindly author emailed back, but Natalie had died a day earlier. In tribute, she became a first-year student at Hogwarts named by the Sorting Hat in Gryffindor - the house for the brave at heart - in the fourth book. When Rowling was later in Canada for a promotional tour she visited the McDonald family.

4, LORD Voldemort is definitely NOT Harry's dad. Rowling has a retort for anyone who develops this theory: "You lot have been watching much too much Star Wars."

5, HERMIONE'S Patronus is an otter because JK Rowling likes otters and sees herself in Hermione.

6, ROWLING named the driver and conductor of the Knight Bus after her grandfathers, Ernie and Stanley.

7, WIZARDS find garden gnomes a pest because they eat the roots of plants, and, like moles, make little piles of earth.

8, QUIDDITCH started in the 11th century at a place called Queerditch Marsh, which is not marked 
on muggle maps because wizards have made the place unplottable. Originally it was quite a crude game played on broomsticks with just the quaffle.

9, TWIN jokers Fred and George, the owners of Diagon Alley's new Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes, celebrate their birthday on the stupidest day of the year, April Fool's Day.

10, SIRIUS Black is named after the brightest star in the night's sky, also known as the Dog Star. This is very apt since when Sirius used his skills as an animagus he turns into a big black dog.

11, LILY Evans was the name of Harry's mum, before she married James Potter. She's no relative of minor character Mark Evans.

12, PEEVES was never a living person. He is not a ghost but an indestructible spirit of chaos, who can unscrew chandeliers, throw walking sticks and generally cause mayhem.

13, DEMENTORS don't breed but grow, like fungus, where there's decay.

14, DUMBLEDORE is an old English word for a bumble-bee. JK Rowling says she believes this suits the Hogwarts head because "one of his passions is music and I imagined him walking around humming to himself."

15, THE most Ordinary Wizarding Levels a witch or wizard can receive is 12.

16, USUALLY, wizard children are educated at home before attending Hogwarts at 11, because they cannot be trusted to keep their magical abilities hidden from muggle schoolmates. For example, the Weasleys were taught at The Burrow by Mrs Weasley.

17, THERE are about 3,000 wizards in Britain.

18, THE four houses at Hogwarts correspond to the four elements. Gryffindor is fire, Ravenclaw is air, Hufflepuff is earth and Slytherin is water.

19, MEMBERS of the Order of the Phoenix communicate using their patronuses. They are the only wizards who know how to use their spirit guardians in this way and were taught to do so by Dumbledore, who invented this method of communication. The patronus is an efficient messenger because it is effective against the dark arts, not hindered by physical barriers, and each is unique - so there's never any doubt as to who sent it. Dumbledore's patronus was a phoenix.

20, PROFESSOR Flitwick is so short because he has goblin ancestry, probably through his great-great-great-grandfather.

21, DEAN Thomas always thought he was a muggle after being raised by his mother and his stepfather when his father walked out on the family when Dean was very young.
What he doesn't know is that his wizard father never told his wife what he was because he wanted to protect her. He was killed by Death Eaters when he refused to join them.

22, IN the world of wizard wonga there are 29 bronze knuts to a silver sickle and 17 sickles to a gold galleon. In muggle money a galleon is worth about £5. But exchange rates can vary.

23, HARRY could not see the thestrals until his fifth year because it was only then he really appreciates what deaths mean. He was in his cot, so he never saw his parents die - just flashes of green light. He didn't see Professor Quirrell die. Only when he witnessed Cedric Diggory's death, and it had sunk in over the summer, could he see the thestrals.
24, COLIN Creevey's camera runs not off batteries but off the magical atmosphere at Hogwarts. Then he develops the photos in a magic developing potion which allows the figures inside the picture to move.

25, A PUFFSKEIN'S favourite food is bogies. A puffskein is a big fluffy yellow ball of fur from which a long tentacle emerges when it's looking for food.

26, DUMBLEDORE'S brother Aberforth is the barman at the Hog's Head in Hogsmeade. He smells of goats.

27, THERE are 10 different species of dragons in the magical world of Harry.

28, HERMIONE'S cat, Crookshanks, is not just a normal cat - he's half-kneazle. A kneazle is a very intelligent cat-like creature which sniffs out suspicious characters very quickly and reacts very badly to them. When a kneazle takes a liking to a witch or wizard it makes an excellent pet.

29, THE Death Eaters were once called the Knights of Walpurgis.

30, HARRY'S middle name is James, Hermione's is Jane, Ginny's is Molly - after her mother - and poor old Ron's is Bilius.

31, THE core of Hermione's wand is dragon heartstring, so Harry, Ron and Hermione unite the three Ollivander wand cores.

32, WIZARDS need money because there are laws about what can and cannot be conjured out of thin air - and the item conjured will not last.

33, MAGIC cannot bring dead people back to life. So no matter how powerful a wizard Harry becomes, he will never bring his parents back to life.

34, DEMELZA Robins, the Gryffindor Chaser in Harry Potter And The Half-Blood Prince, is named after Daniel Radcliffe's favourite charity: the Demelza House Children's Hospice, which cares for terminally ill youngsters in Kent, East Sussex and South London.

35, JK Rowling, Harry Potter and actor Daniel Radcliffe all share the same birthday, July 31.

36, THE first names of the Hogwarts founders Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw and Slytherin are Godric, Helga, Rowena, and Salazar.

37, TO remove the tail that Hagrid gave Dudley in the hut on the rock, the Dursleys went to a private hospital where the staff were very discreet and said that a wart had got out of control.

38, THE animal that an animagus turns into is a reflection on their personality.

39, NEARLY-HEADLESS Nick was beheaded - well, almost - for messing up a bit of dentistry. He was trying to straighten Lady Grieve's teeth, but instead she sprouted a tusk. When his head was on the block the executioner swung his axe 45 times but still didn't completely remove it from Nick's neck.

40, AZKABAN is in a very cold sea to the north of the NorthGINNY'S full first name is not Virginia, but Ginevra.

41, A MAGICAL quill detects the birth of every magical child, and records it in a book. Then Professor McGonagall sends an owl to each child when he or she turns 11.

42, A WAR took place in the wizarding world at the same time as the Muggle Second World War. The evil wizard Grindelwald was finally defeated by Dumbledore in 1945, the same year as Hitler's downfall.

43, RON was amazed to hear that Tom Riddle received an award for special services to Hogwarts, saying jokingly: "Maybe he murdered Myrtle; that would've done everyone a favour." He DID murder Myrtle, through the Basilisk.

44, THERE'S more than meets the eye to Aunt Petunia. But she's not a squib - offspring of a wizarding family who are not able to practise magic themselves.

45, HARRY is frequently told he "has his mother's eyes". Lily Potter's eyes were startling green and almond-shaped. Harry's inherited facial features will turn out to be vital to the plot.

46, WHEN Dumbledore heard Voldemort had used Harry's blood to come back to life there was a "gleam of triumph" in his eyes. It could mean the Dark Lord has already sealed his own fate.

47, IF JK Rowling writes an eighth Potter book it will be an encyclopaedia of the wizarding world to use up all the background on characters left out of the books.

48, WEST Ham United is the only football club mentioned in the books - in honour of one of JKR's oldest friends, Troy, who supports them. She also lends her name to one of the Irish Quidditch players along with other old mates Moran and Quigley.

49, GINNY'S first name is not Virginia, but Ginevra.

50, JK Rowling has one more book to write in the series. But she has already written the last chapter - and the final word is "scar."

Raise Your Glass - Pink

Right right, turn off the lights
We gonna lose our minds tonight
What's the dealio?

I love when it's all too much

5 AM turn the radio up
Where's the rock and roll?

Party crasher, panty snatcher

Call me up if you are gangsta'
Don't be fancy
Just get dancey
Why so serious?
So raise your glass if you are wrong
In all the right ways
All my underdogs, we will never be, never be
Anything but loud
And nitty gritty dirty little freaks
Won't you come on, and come on, and
Raise your glass
Just come on and come and
Raise Your Glass!

Slam slam oh hot damn

What part of party don't you understand?
Wish you'd just freak out (freak out already)
Can't stop coming in hot
I should be locked up right on the spot
It's so on right now (so fuckin' on right now)

Party crasher, penny snatcher

Call me up if you a gangsta'
Don't be fancy
Just get dancey
Why so serious?

So raise your glass if you are wrong

In all the right ways
All my underdogs, we will never be, never be
Anything but loud
And nitty gritty dirty little freaks

[ From: http://www.metrolyrics.com/raise-your-glass-lyrics-pink.html ]

Won't you come on, and come on, and
Raise your glass
Just come on and come and
Raise Your Glass!
Won't you come on and come on and
Raise your glass!
Just come on and come and
Raise your glass!

Oh shit my glass is empty...

that sucks !

So if you're too school for cool (I mean...)

And you're treated like a fool (treated like a fool)
You could choose to let it go
We can always, we can always
party on our own...

So raise your (Aw fuck)

So raise your glass if you are wrong
In all the right ways
All my underdogs, we will never be, never be
Anything but loud
And nitty gritty dirty little freaks
So raise your glass if you are wrong
In all the right ways
All my underdogs, we will never be never be!
Anything but loud
And nitty gritty dirty little freaks
Won't you come on! and come on! and
Raise your glass
Just come on and come and
Raise your glass
Won't you come on! and come on! and
Raise your glass
For me
Just come on and come and
Raise your glass...for me
© Natrarahmani
Maira Gall