Liz: Working where I work is great, but working at a florist or being in the service industry a little bit, you get to be on the other side and interact with people on a different level. ” I said mine was “quirky.” Mark: [Her fish entrée] showed up on her plate with a head and tail and bones and stuff. He was very easygoing about talking to a stranger: the other thing I thought was really great about him. Mark: [She has] a really infectious smile and laugh. She said [she] had a really lovely time and we should do it again when we’re not under the scrutiny of big brother.
Mark: Her genuine interest in getting beyond mainstream Washington and trying to find the real heart of the city is something I find really interesting and attractive. Liz: I was like, This is going to be pretty awkward, because I have no idea how to eat this! So, without being a total goofball, I was looking for ways to bring that out more. I was like, “Great.” RATE THE DATE Liz: Out of all the dates I’ve gone on in D. [Mark is] really down-to-earth, good sense of humor, not hard on the eyes by any means.
Demi Lovato is facing a copyright lawsuit from popular indie duo Sleigh Bells.
Sleigh Bells members Alexis Krauss and Derek Miller are suing the 24-year-old singer over her hit "Stars," saying it is "virtually identical" to their song "Infinity Guitars." "A comparison of the two songs reveals that, at the very least, the combination of the hand claps and bass drum, structured as 3 quarter beats and a rest, with the bass drum providing a counter-rhythm to the hand claps, is at least substantially similar in both works," the suit says.
She never fails to keep up with what’s new and fresh in the music scene, and this time she has her eyes set on producer, DJ and songwriter Diplo.
Sleigh Bells members Alexis Krauss and Derek Miller filed the complaint today (August 22) and name Lovato, UMG Recordings and the track’s producers Carl Falk and Rami Yacoub as the case’s defendants, according to .
“A comparison of the two songs reveals that, at the very least, the combination of the hand claps and bass drum, structured as 3 quarter beats and a rest, with the bass drum providing a counter-rhythm to the hand claps, is at least substantially similar in both works,” says the band’s complaint.
Mark: She’s gorgeous, and I just felt really lucky right away.
She clearly has a sort of 9-to-5 job, but she’s also taken a job at a flower shop just because she wants to meet different kinds of people. Liz: I asked him what word he would use to describe himself, [and] he said “enthusiastic.” I was like, “Yeah, I could see that! Liz: Mark was talking to [the waiter] and engaging with him. He was like, “Oh, you look really nice.” He would say things like that. APPLY FOR DATE LAB AND CHECK OUT THE ARCHIVE UPDATE: Well, as always seems to happen, schedules got in the way, and things are just really busy right now, and. And at press time were already making plans for a third date?