Its Girls Talk once again, and for the topic today "Celebrity To Die For". Actually, I'm not really fond of idolizing celebrities, not b'cos im a KJ but b'cos they're also humans like us, though they we're popular b'cos of the works the've done in the movie or music industry. But I do admire them, and here are the top three celebrities I admire most b'cos of being an exception not only in movie but also in music industry.
My first choice is Drew Barrymore, I really admire her since I was a kid, since she also started her career as a child actress. A very lovely face in Hollywood, a great actress in any genre, may it be, comedy, romance, action, she's also good at portraying a play girl in some movies, and not only that, she's also a good singer. I do remember some of her moves that I've watched already: 50 First Dates and The Wedding Singer with Adam Sandler; Charlie's Angels with Cameron Diaz and Lucy Liu; Music and Lyrics with Hugh Grant; Luck You with Eric Bana and Robert Duvall; Never Been Kissed with David Arquette; Fever Pitch with Jimmy Fallon; Ever After with Dougray Scott; He's Not Just That Into You; Mad Love with Chris O'Donnell; E.T.; Scream; Firestarter; Going the Distance with Justin Long; Everybody's Fine with Robert De Niro; Best Men; Duplex with Ben Stiller
Second is Anne Hathaway, the best actress in today's times. Here are some of her movies I've watched: Rachel Getting Married; Becoming Jane; Bride Wars with Kate Hudson; Ella Enchanted; Passengers with Patrick Wilson; Get Smart; The Devil Wears Prada; The Princess Diaries; Love and Other Drugs; One Day with Jim Sturgess; Alice in Wonderland; The Other Side of Heaven with Christopher Gorham; Valentine's Day; Brokeback Mountain
Another is Jennnifer Love Hewitt, which is also a good actress and also a good singer. Here are some of her movies that I've watched: If Only with Paul Nicholls; Confessions; Garfield the Movie; Ghost Whisperer; The Lost Valentine with Betty White; Heart Breakers with Sigourney Weaver; Tuxedo with Jackie Chan; Cafe; I Still Know What You Did Last Summer; The Truth About Love with Dougray Scott and Jimi Mistry