Super Model Jessica Gomes Is Voice On "Maybach Music" Tag

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The mysterious voice behind MMG has been discovered by Complex.

Supposedly that voice that is tagged onto all Maybach Music Group songs belongs to Australian super model Jessica Gomes.

She tweeted "Maybach Music. Ha," and she has been retweeting fans calling her the "Maybach Music Lady."

Kanye West dropped Jessica's name in his record "Christian Dior Denim Flow.

The mysterious voice behind MMG has been discovered by titanfall gameplay.

Supposedly that voice that is tagged onto all Maybach Music Group songs belongs to Australian super model Jessica Gomes.

She tweeted "Maybach Music. Ha," and she has been retweeting fans calling her the "Maybach Music Lady."

Kanye West dropped Jessica's name in his record "Christian Dior Denim Flow.


Derek Jeter Engaged to Hannah Davis Sports Illustrated Cover Model [PHOTOS]

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Longtime bachelor, and New York Yankee legend, Derek Jeter, is officially a claimed man, folks. It has been announced that the retired baseball player and his supermodel girlfriend, Hannah Davis, are now engaged. Of course, this isn't the first time we're seeing Davis in the headlines; back when she covered Sports Illustrated – in a barely covered spread, by the way – there wasn't a digital news organization that didn't report on it. Even MStars! You know the cover, this one: &nbs.. - See more at: http://www.ooyuz.com/geturl?aid=8927528#sthash.ICT68ujC.dpuf


Going Maximus with Optimus Prime

Besides Australian Jessica Gomes, the latest Transformers: Age of Extinction flick features some exotic and gorgeous bodywork

Like me, you probably have fond childhood memories of a favourite cartoon. Mine was Speed Racer, which I watched every Saturday morning sitting on the hardwood floor in front of a black and white TV.

School mates could draw the Mach 5 perfectly; I couldn’t and still can’t. I learned then that words can also create images.

About the same time the old TV was traded in for a new Magnavox with colour, I traded the Mach 5 in my mental garage for something more realistic and with flames.

The Batmobile, like the Barris-mobile from the TV series, was so cool. I set fire to my gokart trying to covert a tin can into a scaled-down copy of the Batmobile’s afterburner.

I’m certainly not going solo when I say a great car is a quality of a good cartoon and the rule applies equally well to TV and to movies.

Thunderbirds Are Go, Bullitt, LeMans, Grand Prix, Mad Max, Ronin, The French Connection, Smash Palace, Little Fauss and Big Halsy (motorbikes), Magnum PI, Gumball Rally, and the Bond and Bourne flicks. What’s on your list?

Transformers the animation series and the movie series must be on someone’s list. Transformers, the cartoon, celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, giving the movie series a ready-made audience. Both have been big money earners for toy-maker Hasbro and for Paramount Pictures.

The five movies (including the original 1986 The Transformers: The Movie) alone have grossed almost $US3.8 billion in global box office sales to out-earn Batman, Fast and the Furious and Star Trek, and Transformers is almost equal in earnings with the Spiderman franchise.

To director Michael Bay’s credit, he creatively adapted the animated series to appeal on screen to an international audience, mainly targeting teenage boys and those of us who sat on hardwood floors watching Speed Racer. Bay hit his target audience and Transformers won the 2007 MTV Award for best movie.

The formula is simple. Transformers is about machines, and you expect to see cool cars. Bay delivers in the latest Transformers: Age of Extinction with a mix of exotics like the Pagani Huayra, Lamborghini Aventador and an aging Bugatti Veyron bodied in carbon-fibre with a rich blue overcast. Even an original British-built round-nose Mini appears in several scenes.

The Veyron transforms into the Autobot Drift; a Japanese samurai voiced appropriately by Ken Watanabe, who played the lead in The Last Samurai. You’ll also recognise John Goodman’s voice as the Autobot Hound.

More subtle is the Indian Motorcycles sweat-browned cap Mark Wahlberg dons. The movie, though, is a show piece for General Motors. In addition to Bumblebee – morphing into a 1967 Camaro and into a 2014 Camaro – you’ll see black Cadillac SUVs, a Chevy Volt and even a mid-60s Pontiac GTO and a late-50s Chevrolet  3100 pick-up in early scenes.

Bay honours the city of Pontiac for its support of the film with a wall-sized original Pontiac Division American Indian neon sign in Wahlberg’s barn where Optimus Prime, bodied as a 1973 Marmon cab-over truck, is being rebuilt.

As the yellow 2014 Camaro, Bumblebee wears a new front fascia with a less dramatic grille and smaller headlight fixtures. The tail-lights are basically a less interesting pre-production mockup of the 2014 twin-panel design which replaces the quad-lens layout used from 2009 (MY2010) to 2013. The rear spoiler appears to be the Camaro accessory spoiler from the Chevy Performance catalogue.

The bonnet and front fenders look stock, so the grille change appears to be only a revision to the front plastics. These can’t be hints to future Camaro styling cues, no way. Hopefully, the coming 2016 Transformer movie will give us a good look at what may be the seventh-generation Camaro. Nonetheless, it is obvious GM Design missed an opportunity to create hype about Camaro during a year when Ford launched the new Mustang.

Of course, the new Corvette C7 appears as the Autobot Crosshairs. At times product placement is too intense, and the movie seems like a GM dealer promo. Ultimately, GM dropped the ball again with the new C7 and its limited screen time. Here’s the perfect car to create a great chase. It never happens; instead the main driving action features a Global Rallycross-spec Barina/Sonic/Aveo in a strange four-seat configuration.

GM involvement is deep. So deep the film features a scene shot inside GM’s design studio in the main product review hall, and Ed Welburn, GM’s vice president of global design, has a brief speaking role. And he’s convincing!

A few action scenes are also shot at GM’s Milford Proving Grounds on the high-speed testing circuit.
The real star of Transformers is Optimus Prime, whose distinct voice is the creation of Canadian actor Peter Cullen. He has voiced Prime in the animated series and the movie series, and Cullen will continue to voice Prime in the next two movies.

Cullen is interesting in that he’s not a big man. His natural speaking voice fits his light physical size, yet he somehow creates the deep, authoritative voice of Prime. Don’t forget Optimus Prime is a diesel prime-mover. How do you impersonate a diesel and make it believable?

“I went back to my voice study days where I could develop more resonance through volumes of air and opening of chest and head cavities,” he said of creating Prime’s deep vocal range.

“I also did the voice of Eeyore in Winnie-the-Pooh,” he mentions as we chat about his 30-year career as Optimus Prime. When you listen to Eeyore, the voice isn’t too different from Optimus. Both are deep, as Cullen explains. The difference in each character is how quickly Cullen delivers the words and how he extends the vowels to give confidence to Prime or reluctance to Eeyore.

Cullen’s years with CBC radio are heard in his perfect, direct and clear enunciation. The calm authority you hear in Prime’s voice Cullen credits his brother, a US Marine Corps officer, as the influence. You believe through Cullen that Prime is a warrior.

With all the vocal qualities of a leading man, Cullen has a keen Hollywood eye for on-road talent too. He’s owned four Corvettes, starting with a 1956 three-speed manual. That was replaced by a ’65, and he makes the point of saying “both were used”.

Manuel Carrillo from Corvette Forum spoke with Cullen about those ‘Vettes and shared his notes. You can visit CorvetteForum.com to watch Carrillo’s interview.

“A ’78 Anniversary was new,” Cullen continues and thinks for a moment. “I didn’t have one during the 80s.” He then had a 1990 black Roadster.

“I thought of getting the new C7. My son drove it in Chicago; he’s a stuntman working for Transformers. I saw the new Corvette. Man, I should have bought one. They’ve come a long way,” he says.

Cullen, though, desires for his next Corvette something with more chrome and class. He’d gladly lighten his pockets for a ’59 or ’60 Corvette – you know with the toothed grille. “The styling just brings back so many great memories,” he says.

Coincidence? Watch closely at nine minutes and 44 seconds into Transformers: Age of Extinction. You’ll see the left half of what looks to be a ’60 or ’61 Corvette. Cullen may have missed it. Optimus doesn’t appear on screen for a few more minutes.


10 reasons supermodels Jessica Gomes and Montana Cox love Melbourne fashion

Posted by Rafien Mafinha on 3:19 AM
SUPERMODELS Jessica Gomes and Montana Cox have given their definitive list of the top 10 reasons why they love Melbourne fashion.
Gomes and Cox, who are David Jones ambassadors, will hit the runway for the retail giant at the opening night of the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival on Saturday.
Montana Cox and Jessica Gomes pose up for VAMFF15 at Naked For Satan. Picture: Tony Gough.
Jessica: “Melbourne has an undisputed edge in fashion. There is something magical about the whole city — the architecture, the food, the gardens, the festivity. It’s a cultural hub. Melbourne has a very European feel. It reminds me of Paris or Berlin where the environment really reflects what people wear everyday.”
Montana: “Melburnians are experimental with their fashion and like to dress for themselves rather than follow a trend. Melbourne has incredible street style. We have a ‘no rules’ approach to dressing.”
Jessica: “This city comes to life during VAMFF and Spring Fashion Week — events dedicated to fashion and Australian designers.”
Montana: “There are wonderful accolades (like the Tiffany and Co National Designer Award). There also seems to be great Government support for retail in Melbourne.”
Montana Cox and Jessica Gomes pose up for VAMFF15 at Naked For Satan. Picture: Tony Gough.
Jessica: “One of my favourite new designers is Melbourne’s Strateas. Carlucci. Their pieces are beautifully tailored and minimalist.”
Montana: “I love Strateas. Carlucci — it’s a go-to in my wardrobe and it’s been amazing to see the brand take off overseas. For men, I like Jack London, which is very rocker-cool.”
Montana Cox pose up for VAMFF15 at Naked For Satan. Picture: Tony Gough.
Jessica: “Black is the new black in Melbourne. It is a shade Melburnians pull off so well, styled with different textures, like mixing leathers, furs and wools, to make it more dimensional.”
Montana: “Head to toe black always looks chic when it’s done right. It is a wardrobe staple in Melbourne, worn year-round.”
Jessica: “Melbourne has real seasons so you can go to town with statement outerwear and never feel overdressed.”
Montana: “Melburnians invest in beautiful winter-wear, something which you don’t get the chance to do in Sydney because there are only a few really cold weeks.”
Jessica: “Vintage clothes are iconic in Melbourne. I’ve seen fashionable people in Melbourne who wear vintage and up-cycle their wardrobe.”
Montana: “Being a Melbourne local, I know all about pulling off a vintage wardrobe. Two of my favourite vintage stores are Retrostar and Hunter Gatherer
Jessica: “A Melbourne crowd at the racetrack isn’t afraid to embrace new trends, and they do headwear and millenary really well.”
Montana: “There’s total respect for the prestige and elegance of trackside fashion. Women always look classy and men enjoy suiting up.”
Jessica: “The street looks in Melbourne are very considered, like people piece together their outfits thoughtfully. They have a great eye for what works.”
Montana: “People get dressed to go for coffee and you would never go to the shops in tracksuit pants. Melburnians always look polished.”
Jessica: “In Melbourne, it’s all hats, scarfs, knee-high leather boots, statement necklaces, gloves, Everything has its own place in an outfit.”
Montana: “When I come home, I feel like I can go crazy with accessories. I feel right at home wearing my beautiful felt hat in Melbourne.”
Jessica: “Melbourne has some of the best markets in Australia and it’s such a fun outing.”
Montana: “It’s where Melbourne loves to be creative and show off their work. I love The Big Design Market, Camberwell Market and Take 2 Market.”


7 health tips worth stealing from Jessica Gomes

Posted by Rafien Mafinha on 3:17 AM
Swimsuit model extraordinaire and David Jones ambassador Jessica Gomes knows a thing or two about looking great. Steal her tips for yourself.
7 health tips worth stealing from Jessica Gomes

1. Drink lemon and water first thing in the morning

"I love starting my day with lemon and water. I think it just really helps with starting your digestive system and it’s refreshing."

2. Get into the right mindset for exercise

"In terms of my training I think it’s not about feeling tired. I always like to feel rejuvenated like I’m doing the exercises really well and I’m getting a lot of power from them."

3. If you master how to do workout moves correctly you get better results

"When I’m doing the [exercise] moves properly I can really notice the difference. I just feel like my posture and core feels a lot stronger and I feel that comes from doing the moves correctly. And that’s what my trainer talks about as well, that you’re making sure you’re doing all the muscle development and postures and positions correctly. I think if you don’t it can lead to injuries or bad back pain."

4. Up your cardio if you want to strip fat

"Before a swimwear shoot or before a catwalk show I’ll definitely up my cardio. I think cardio really does work with stripping fat." Jessica's fave cardio workouts include running on the treadmill, skipping, dancing, soft sand running and spin classes.

5. Go straight to the source for produce

"I make a point to go to the Farmer’s Market to get my food, it’s just better quality and you can really taste the difference as well."

6. Stop sugar cravings by increasing your protein intake

"One thing that’s really helped me [stop craving sugar] is increasing my protein... A lot of people get the dip in the afternoon where they feel like "oh I just need something sweet" but if I have a good lunch and then a snack with nuts or high fat, I find I don’t crave the sugar that I usually do."

7. Keep meals simple

Jessica's go-to healthy meal is a green salad with broccoli, beans, cauliflower and sweet potato and some grilled salmon. "I just feel that salmon is a great fish. It’s easy to get, it’s easy to cook and it’s got the best vitamins and essential fish oils in there," says Jessica. 


David Jones runway beauty Jessica Gomes praised for her healthy look that shatters the modelling norm

Posted by Simuka Rafeal on 9:42 PM
WHEN Jessica Gomes strutted down the catwalk for David Jones yesterday, the model didn’t just help to sell a stack of clothes. She also sold a healthy body image message.
The 28-year-old Australian beauty isn’t a big girl by any means, but she’s a far cry from the typical stick figure look you might normally find in fashion.
And that healthier look makes a big difference to teenage girls who are struggling with the serious issue of body image.
SIX REASONS to love Jessica Gomes
Tiffany Dunk is the former editor of teen magazine Dolly and a healthy body image presenter for the school program Fresh Ed, and said models like Gomes have a significant impact.
“On the runway and in media in general, women who are not only different shapes and sizes but even different ethnicities go such a long way towards breaking down the barriers,” Dunk said.
David Jones ambassador Jessica Gomes modelling spring and summer's hottest swimwear at Ivy Pool in Sydney. Picture: John Appleyard
David Jones ambassador Jessica Gomes modelling spring and summer's hottest swimwear at Ivy Pool in Sydney. Picture: John AppleyardSource:News Corp Australia
“For teens, body image is still one of the biggest pressures and the life and one of the things they struggle with most.”
Gomes was the standout star at yesterday’s Spring-Summer fashion launch for department store giant, David Jones.
The inclusion of the New York-based model has been applauded.
While super skinny models are still common, Dunk said the fashion industry is changing and beginning to push for healthier models.
“There are some brands, magazines, designers and shows that are much more responsible.
“I do think we’ve come a long way. That’s why you’re seeing women like Jessica with such success.”
As she points out, it’s not just a matter of health — it makes good business sense.
Model Jessica Gomes showcases designs by Josh Goot at the David Jones Spring/Summer 2014 Collection Launch. (Photo by Brendon Thorne/Getty Images for David Jones)
Model Jessica Gomes showcases designs by Josh Goot at the David Jones Spring/Summer 2014 Collection Launch. (Photo by Brendon Thorne/Getty Images for David Jones)Source:Getty Images
Research shows that consumers are more likely to want to buy products presented or endorsed by celebrities they can relate to.
For teenage girls, that’s clothing modelled by women who are realistic and not unhealthy.
“When I was editing Dolly, we used girls of all shapes and sizes, and not just models but also readers. I did that because the research consistently showed that girls wanted to see people who looked like them.”
Adolescence is the period in life where teenagers begin to compare themselves to their peers and other women of note, Dunk explained. Healthy images can have a long-lasting impact, she said.
“If you can instil good body image habits early, ways of thinking positively, you’re more likely to continue those habits throughout your life.”
Jessica Gomes arrives at the David Jones Spring/Summer 2014 Collection Launch. (Photo by Caroline McCredie/Getty Images for David Jones)
Jessica Gomes arrives at the David Jones Spring/Summer 2014 Collection Launch. (Photo by Caroline McCredie/Getty Images for David Jones)Source:Getty Images
Through her work as a body image educator, Dunk spends time in schools talking to students and said the consistent feedback is that this remains a big and serious issue.
“It’s something that is constantly on their mind.
“We do an exercise where we ask the girls to close their eyes and raise their hands, then lower their hand if they’ve never, ever wanted to change something about themselves, if they’ve never looked in the mirror and been unhappy.
“They open their eyes and every single girl still has their hands up.”
David Jones ambassador Jessica Gomes. Picture: John Appleyard
David Jones ambassador Jessica Gomes. Picture: John AppleyardSource:News Corp Australia
The media is a main source of information about “what good looking is”, Dunk said, but it’s not the be all and end all.
The internet, peer feedback and what happens in the home also contribute.
“But if we can take positive steps in our roles as media ambassadors, we can make a huge difference. Even a small step is a huge leap forward for young girls.”


Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition: Jess Gomes bares all on the good, bad and ‘anything it takes to get the money shot’

Posted by Simuka Rafeal on 9:41 PM
SUPERMODEL Jessica Gomes has opened up about her topless shoot in the latestSports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition and where she draws the line with baring all.
“If it’s tasteful and I feel comfortable doing it, then I’ll do it,” Gomes told Confidential.
“But if I don’t feel comfortable I won’t do it, I’ll never put myself in a situation where I don’t want to do something. It’s important to have your limits.”
Jessica Gomes is pictured as she appears in a photo-shoot for Sunday Style. Picture: Damian Bennett. Styling: Kelly Hume
The sexy images, published this week, show Gomes topless, and wearing a see-through outfit, at Yellowstone National Park. Other shots feature the curvy beauty wearing a teeny-bikini while perched on a steep peak or standing in a geothermal park.

Gomes said: “The whole mission was to take beautiful pictures, and that’s what we did. Sports Illustrated is known for showing a lot of skin. It’s a swimsuit magazine for men.
“You know what you’re getting yourself into. I was happy to do it for them.”
Jessica Gomes on Instagram
But Gomes said the sexier shots, like her topless frolic in a river, were cold and itchy.
“It was seven in the morning, I was freezing and I had mosquito bites everywhere, so it’s not all glamorous,” she laughed.
She said the assignment, her eighth for SISE, was like a backpacking road trip.
“We drove eight hours to Yellowstone, and ate drive-through food, but you’re willing to do anything it takes to get the money shot,” Gomes said.
“Sometimes, we’d be up at three in the morning to do hair and make up, then hit the road to get to the next place.
She added: “It can be quite tiring. It’s worth it now that we can sit back, look at it and admire.”
Gomes said her preparation for SISE is similar to the regimen for her ambassador duties with retail giant David Jones.
Jessica Gomes
“I eat healthy, drink lots of water and exercise,” she said. “I’m really into boxing ... I love to hike and get into nature. You have to be prepped all the time to shoot, so I keep it in my lifestyle.”
Her supporters, including model Jason Dundas, says Gomes knows how to “bring the sexy” to everything she does.
Asked if she’s aware of her ‘gift,’ Gomes giggles: “I honestly think it comes naturally.
“It’s the Portuguese flavour, which comes from my dad’s side. All the women from my father’s side are sexy, curvy, and exude this European flavour. I think you have to be yourself and use your strengths.”
Jessica Gomes and Gigi Hadid Instagram image.

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