She used to be known as Taylah Jessica Marsh. But for legal reasons, she has already changed her name to Indeya Taylah Passfield now.
Dayana Grageda used to be a Miss Australia Latina.
Dayana is fiery!
Relatively speaking, Miss World Australia
2013 Erin Victoria Holland would be quite a tough act to follow for fellow Aussie beauties wanting to become her immediate successor. Aside from making it to the Top 10 and placing 2nd in Talent last year in Bali, she also got into the good side of MWO Head Julia Morley and included her in a string of their non-stop round-the-world itineraries. Perhaps, her good singing voice helped a lot as well.
Indeya Taylah sizzles!
But among those who are being seriously considered to take part in and eventually take the crown of Miss World Australia
2014, there are two (2) ladies who just might have the edge against the other comers. First, there is Miss Earth Air Australia 2012 (and Rachel McAdams deadringer
) Indeya Taylah Passfield (she used to carry the name Taylah Jessica Marsh
) and Miss Earth Fire Australia 2013 (and one-time Miss Australia Latina
) Dayana Grageda.
Indeya (left) and Dayana are close friends even outside pageant events.
These two stunners will definitely be helped by their previous pageant experiences. And if they play their cards right, the chances of traveling to London come December are bright for one of them. 😉
courtesy of TheRedFlip
The Day of Hearts is just around the corner. And what more economical way to date your wife or girlfriend or partner than to have a simple (but romantic) dinner then watch a movie, preferably a love story that can tug your emotional strings in a sweepingly love-filled way.
This is where “The Vow” enters the picture.
According to the film’s website, “The Vow” is about a newlywed couple – Paige and Leo – recovering from a car accident that puts the wife in a coma. Waking up with severe memory loss, her husband endeavors to win her heart again. Sounds familiar in a way, right? But trust Hollywood to give the plot a different spin, especially that Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams and Channing Tatum will play husband-and-wife, respectively.
“The Vow” is presented by Sony Pictures and Spyglass Entertainment. It is directed by Michael Sucsy who co-wrote the script with Abby Kohn, Marc Silverstein, and Jason Katims from a story by Stuart Sender. Starring Rachel McAdams, Channing Tatum, Sam Neill, Jessica Lange and Scott Speedman, it will open in the US this coming Valentine’s Day weekend (February 10), the same day that it opens in the Philippines.
I have three good reasons for watching this movie. First of all, I am a morning person who enjoys watching morning shows on TV – which is where the main plot of the movie revolves around. Secondly, I love Diane Keaton. I have already watched all her movies. I’m not about to miss this one. Lastly, I enjoy Rachel McAdams on the big screen. There is always a vibrant and believable quality in her performances. Outside these three reasons, I also like films categorized under “rom-coms” or “dramedies” because they are neither too light nor too heavy.
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‘Morning Glory’ may not have the fiery substance of “The Devil Wears Prada”, but the wicked undertones are definitely there. According to IMDB, it is about Becky (Rachel McAdams), a hotshot television producer who takes the challenge of reviving a struggling morning show program, despite the constant feuding of its high-profile anchors (Keaton and Ford). I can already imagine the fireworks between McAdams’ and Keaton’s characters.
‘Morning Glory’ opened in the US last Wednesday (Nov. 10) but is going full blast starting this weekend. The movie is directed by Roger Michell (of ‘Notting Hill’ fame) from a script by Aline Brosh McKenna. It stars Rachel McAdams, Diane Keaton, Patrick Wilson and Harrison Ford.
I hope the movie gets a Manila playdate soon! 😉