:: Ploty o Dido, Jason i TA

 4.12.2003 | Olka
Jak dobrze, że mamy nieco poważniejsze (od tych, w których zwykle znajdujemy info o Roswell ;)) gazety, jak np. Angora. Gazeta podała, że: "Dido zerwała ze swoim chłopakiem, bo ma za dużo... pracy" Podobno ich relacje ostatnio się oziębiły, co przyznają nawet najbliżsi przyjaciele pary. Dido stwierdziła, że bardzo trudno jest być najlepiej sprzedającą się artystką, dlatego się rozstali. Artystka stara się nie wpaść w depresję. Ach, te gazety... :)

Wypadałoby wrzucić kilka zdjęć Dido, do |Galerii|, ale... no właśnie zawsze jest jakieś ale! Po pierwsze w miarę nowych zdjęć piosenkarki nie posiadam, a poza tym osobniczka o nicku ;-) urwałaby mi głowę, gdybym nie dodała fot Jasona. Ponieważ przywiązałam się już do mojego łebka, Jason króluje dziś zarówno wśród zdjęć, jak i tapet (|Tapety|). Materiały nadesłały: Gosiek, Hotaru i Nadia.

Zajrzyjcie również na stronę Tabasco Awards, gdzie zostały już ogłoszone nominacje. Jedyne co musicie teraz zrobić to zagłosować w dniach od 6 do 13 grudnia.

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