This is evident through the perspective of which Oprah conveys to the audience, stating rather that such issues “transcend any culture, geography, race, religion. Politics or workplace.” Thus, such ideas that Oprah explores are not limited to the confides of the film industry, and as such her speech stands as a reflection to all issues and controversies regarding global and societal mistreatment and discrimination. Oprah further emphasizes the struggles to which most women must endure so as to speak out against such controversies, with her main, yet subtle, critique directed towards the scrutiny of the mud-slinging Fake News campaign. Oprah simply states that “we all know the press is under siege these days.” A simple exaggeration, and yet her statement in it of itself reflects societal backlash and controversy associated with the release of harrowing accounts of countless women coming forward. Furthermore, Oprah subtly explores the idea of a patriarchy, a pecking order otherwise consisting of male dominance and superiority.
There are tons of amazing musicians in this generation, one of them is Lady Gaga. She has managed to release a couple of award-winning albums and songs throughout her career, some of her notable songs are, Poker Face, Edge Of Glory, Bad Romance, Born This Way, and more. She is also known for her unconventionality and provocative work as well as her out of this world fashion sense that she somehow manages to pull off. Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta or more commonly known as Lady Gaga, rose to fame in 2008 when she released her debut album entitled, The Fame, where she manage to hit the top charts with her singles, Just Dance and Poker Face. Over almost a decade with more than 27 million albums albums and 146 million singles, she has been considered as one of the best-selling musicians
Medea’s tone throughout her speech is proper, confident, and angry. It is as if she is a military leader, preparing her troops for battle. She uses “we” to show connection between herself and the chorus. She states her points of why she has been wronged and we see this applies to the other women because the chorus fully supports and sympathizes with her. The chorus says, “You are right Medea” (L 266).
Amy has always been encompassed in music, surrounded by uncles on her mother’s side that were jazz musicians, her father, a former singer, and her grandmother was once in a relationship with Ronnie Scott, a jazz musician. By the time Winehouse was 12, she was enrolled in the esteemed Sylvia Young Theatre School, where a fellow classmate passed along a tape of her singing to his music label, which eventually led to Winehouse getting signed to Island/Universal. That same year, “Winehouse was expelled for ‘not applying herself’ and piercing her nose”(Biography.com 1). Winehouse’s professional career began when she released her first album, “Frank”, in 2003. For this, “the album was nominated for the Mercury Music Prize as well as two BRIT awards for Best Female Solo Artist and Best Urban Act.
Situation: Lady Gaga and her management team are faced with the task or deciding how they will handle Kanye West dropping out of their “Fame Kills” tour. Kanye West is one of the biggest names in music and had agreed to tour with Lady Gaga, which could have been a great growth opportunity for Gaga’s music career. Strengths: When looking at the situation that Lady Gaga faces, she has much strength moving forward that will help to place her in a positive position. The first strength she possesses falls in line with her presence on social media. Lady Gaga is one of the view artists that is completely in control of her own social media.
Her roles developed from just the sex object to eventually creating a type, ‘The Girl’ which Marilyn quickly became associated with. The roles that got her noticed by critics where roles playing sexual opportunists. She played Gold Diggers in The Asphalt Jungle, All About Eve, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and How To Marry A Billionaire and in Niagara she played a sexual predator. In Gentlemen Prefer Blondes she played Lorelei Lee, which became her most famous role of a series that helped define Marilyn’s public persona. In these roles she played a woman who was selling sex, and thus she was figuratively selling sex as an actress.
But I know, most of the negatives comes from the people who are busy rejoicing over other people ' insults by liking demeaning post on Facebook when in reality they don 't even like themselves." Wearing no make- up, the 'Titanic ' actress showed her wrinkles to her followers with an aim to show them what 's beneath her face with no concealer. Then she said "I want to embrace the real me" and to her followers, "I want you to embrace who you are" and "love yourself just the way you are." As she calls her fans support to share her message, she want it to "reach the haters and let them know that you don 't give a damn about the negatives" she also encourages women who have body shaming issues to "chose not to be a victim to those bullies who make fun of others based on appearances, race, gender, etc." As Kate encourages women to love themselves, she also asks women not to change anything about their appearances, for she believes "people should appreciate you, the real you."
Join singer Laura Wright as she takes you through her musical journey as an entertainer. From performing in her small hometown in Georgia to the Las Vegas strip, from her American Idol days to touring and traveling the world. Laura’s path has guided her from one end of the music world to the other, and everywhere in between! Laura’s show will take you on a heartfelt journey through all styles of music, highlighting the greatest divas to the dynamic male icons, paying tribute to the past, and honoring the present. Her voice has been described as “flawlessly smooth with a perfectly unique mixture of emotional vulnerability and absolute power.” Laura will put you in the mood for whatever she is singing and you will be glad you’re along for the
Who is Malala? Was the same question the Taliban asked her before she was brutally shot in the forehead for standing up in what she believed in. Where Malala is from, women are denied access to education and schools are often bombed by the Taliban. She is the voice for all those children who don’t speak up for themselves and structures arguments amazingly as she utilizes emotional language, descriptive imagery, and meaningful repetition to impact her audience. Malala classifies her message as powerful by the usage of emotional language in which it attracts the eyes and ears of people around the world.
It is true that women can be sensitive and emotional so there was Medea portraying a usual woman in an unusual manner. Her despair and grief intrigued everyone in Corinth which led to the appearance of the chorus. Since Medea is a foreigner in their city, it was easier for them to judge Medea for they do not know her. They thought that Medea’s reaction was too much and since she is a woman, she had no rights to act that way. Medea was too devastated to show up yet she wanted to point out her side.
Therefore, Stanton made her speech very personal and directed it towards every single woman in America. She uses this emotional appeal throughout her speech. Using her words she paints a picture of an intellectual, empathetic, powerful woman who is being suppressed by the male. When speaking about the male Stanton says, “The male element is a destructive force, stern, selfish, aggrandizing, loving war, violence, conquest, acquisition, breeding in the material and moral world alike discord, disorder, disease, and death.” The male is made out to be evil, selfish and destructive, while the female is made to be loving, wise, and courageous. Creating this good vs. bad scenario, she reaches the heart of every female in the audience and makes every woman feel as if she is speaking directly to them.
The 2015 Teen Choice Awards has become more meaningful as Rachel Platten graced the show with her moving performance. Put credits to both her touching track named Fight Song and undeniable stage presence, the crowd came to stand and clapping as they uttered the same lyrics being sung by the songstress up the stage. The 34-year old singer made it clear – do not ever give up and continue fighting in the face of struggle. The empowering message the song conveys must’ve been derived from the struggles she had personally and professionally. It was just recently that she focused into writing and penning her own words and turn it into her own music.
She shared the stage with Tony Bennett, Lady Gaga, John Legend, Usher, Alicia Keys, and Katharine McPhee. Lady Gaga stole the show as she put on a stunning performance in a tuxedo while paying homage to Ol ' Blue Eyes himself. The pretty blonde took to the stage in a top hat to belt out some of his most famous hit t as she channels androgynous style and a skintight take on the classic white shirt. Meanwhile, Carrie is currently getting excited about spending her first Christmas with baby son Isaiah along with husband Mike Fisher. On the other hand, speaking to People, she stressed that she and her spouse are trying their best not to spoil their