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One of the earliest dating reality shows was , a show that featured one bachelorette grilling a trio of prospective suitors. The people looking for dates could hear the contestants' answers to their questions, but they couldn't *see* them.
So a lot of the artistry went out of the music.” The singer, who was answering questions from Spike Lee at the winners’ presentation for a new music-video competition, added: “Visuals — whether it is a painting, a drawing, a piece of film, a video — enhance music.
You get to use your imagination; you get into it.” The competition, titled “Elton John: The Cut,” was launched to celebrate the 50th anniversary of John’s songwriting partnership with Taupin.
But when you're working 80-hour weeks and your weekends are still devoted to work in some way - whether it's an interview or getting your roots done at a beauty salon - you're just not your normal self. When she was 9, her mother's job at a modeling agency led to her doing commercials for local department stores.
- TV Guide, February 1-7, 1997 Her parents were drama teachers and cast her in plays they produced.
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“MTV never had an animation department, and all of a sudden we were in an animation department,” says producer Susie Lewis, co-creator of “Daria,” who was producing the music video segments of “Beavis and Butt-Head” when word began to spread about spinning off Daria — a sketched out, minor character who the boys not-so-affectionately called “Diarrhea” — into her own show.Be sure to vote for your favorite dating reality shows and vote down the dating shows you absolutely can't stand.Also, if you know of a reality dating show that's missing, add it to the list!The contest, which was staged with the support of You Tube, asked entrants to create music-videos for three of the singer’s songs: “Rocket Man,” “Tiny Dancer,” and “Bennie and the Jets.” The winners were Majid Adin, an Iranian refugee, who created an animated version of “Rocket Man” with director Stephen Mc Nally, Max Weiland for a live-action film set in Los Angeles for “Tiny Dancer,” and Jack Whiteley and Laura Brownhill, who produced a futuristic dance-show to accompany “Bennie and the Jets.” The judges were John, Taupin, Barry Jenkins, who directed Oscar-winning movie “Moonlight,” Hollywood film executive Jeffrey Katzenberg, and Grammy award-winning music-video director Melina Matsoukas.
Even before I watched all of “Daria,” its heroine Daria Morgendorffer loomed large in my consciousness.
Asked if he ever thought about how Daria might react to things now, he pauses and laughs. I just react that way myself.”Eichler liked animation, but had never worked on animation before shifting from writing promos for MTV to the “Beavis and Butt-Head” writers’ room.