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Ashley Tisdale's 'Guilty Pleasures' Showcases Edgier Side
Ashley Tisdale knows it sounds silly, but her new album has a lot
to do with the color of her hair.
"For the last few years everyone has thought of me as Sharpay," the
23-year-old singer/actor says, referring to her blonde-and-bubbly
character in Disney's smash "High School Musical" films.
"So after I'd finished all the promotion for 'High School Musical
3' I dyed my hair back to its original color. I'd been a blonde for
five years; Disney wanted us to be those characters. But the new
songs I was working on felt edgier, sort of back to how I was
before 'High School Musical.' I wanted to show people a side of me
they haven't seen before."
Tisdale accomplishes that -- well, sort of -- on "Guilty Pleasure,"
due July 28 from Warner Bros. Like her 2007 debut, "Headstrong"
(which, according to Nielsen SoundScan, has sold 471,000 copies in
the United States), the new 14-track set offers plenty of catchy
choruses and lyrics about boys.
But with songwriting and production credits from "American Idol"
judge Kara DioGuardi, among others, "Guilty Pleasure" is a more
mature, guitar-driven outing than the dance-pop "Headstrong." In
the opener, "Acting Out," she promises to "break these chains" over
driving bubble-punk drums, while the lead single, "It's Alright,
It's OK," could be the younger sister of Pink's "So What."
Popstar! Magazine and PopstarOnline.com sponsored the Sam Droke-hosted
PRINCESS PROTECTION PROGRAM screening. Here, she talks about the movie,
her feelings on friendship and how she describes Selena Gomez and Ashley Tisdale
Ashley Tisdale is on PortraitMagazine.net’s cover for a feature Titled, ‘One Woman Show’, where the magazine take a look at Ashley’s career post HSM with info on her new album, new film and other projects. They also have got wallpapers and related puzzles and will have a review of ‘Guilty Pleasure’ by the end of the month.
Sometimes in life, it’s the simple things that matter. A smile or the
sun shining or Hallmark card-y stuff like that. The same is true for
music – not all songs have to be life-changing or rule-breaking, edgy
or avant-garde. Instead, they just have to be very good and Ashley
Tisdale’s second album, Guilty Pleasure, is just that.
Including the various bonuses floating about, Guilty Pleasure
is twenty tracks of pure pop-rock at its finest that you really
shouldn’t feel guilty for enjoying. Songs like the wonderfully-named Hot Mess, Masquerade, Delete You and the eponymous Guilty Pleasure
will lodge themselves in your brain within a couple of listens and need
Herculean levels of persuasion to coax them out again. Tisdale channels
a Britney-Blackout lite on Crank It Up and Blame It On The Beat to winning effect; Acting Out, Overrated and Tell Me Lies are in the vein of Avril or Ashlee before they got too annoying whilst Erase & Rewind
manages to be reminiscent of Katy Perry yet better than the majority of
her album, without a whiff of Sapphic scandal in sight. Hair and Switch
are cheesier than a platter of mouldering Roquefort yet substantially
more delicious. Meanwhile, the Disney schmaltz that smattered her debut
album is thankfully kept to a minimum – quality control ensures that
even this balladry (the lush Me Without You and What If) is actually quite nice.
Tisdale might not have the vocal strength of a Clarkson, or even a
Perry, yet she does have a distinctive tone that brims with character
and charisma, rather like Tisdale herself (her Sharpay remains the
mischievous knowing glee that anchors HSM). Guilty Pleasure
will not change the world yet is all the better for knowing its
boundaries. As a result, it’s frivolous fun that has not left my music
player since its release.
Ashley Tisdale is still stunned by Michael Jackson's unexpected
death last week. Only a day before he died, Jackson was rehearsing for
his upcoming 50-date London concert series with "High School Musical"
director Kenny Ortega. And though the 23-year-old actress and singer
wasn't even born when Thriller came out, she told MTV News that Jackson
was a big influence on her music and the work of her "HSM" castmates.
loved Michael Jackson, his music, his music videos," Tisdale said. "I
mean, the man made music videos what they are today. So, I've always
been inspired by him. I think he's such a great dancer. It was
definitely a shock," she added of Jackson's sudden passing. "It's
really hard when a celebrity dies out of nowhere, 'cause it's very
shocking ... surreal."
Tisdale was looking forward to seeing
what Ortega and Jackson would be debuting on July 13, when Jackson was
scheduled to kick off his This Is It tour. She said she and her "HSM"
buddies were going to make the trek overseas to see it for themselves.
were all gonna go see him in London and go visit and watch the show,"
she said, adding that the show would have also included dancers from
the "HSM" movies. "We had a lot of our dancers in the production as
well. I know they're going through as really hard time as well. Hopefully, he's in a better place now."
It's bad enough in the real world trying to find a guy you can trust...imagine in Hollywood living the celebrity lifestyle where men have women throwing themselves at them. Ashley Tisdale has been a victim of cheating before and she says it wasn't pretty...but it worked out in the end when she left him.
"I have definitely been cheated on. And with someone you really like, if they are cheating on you, you don't want to believe it. But, unfortunately, you either stay in the relationship and keep getting hurt because it keeps happening or you get up and you move on. You don't look back. That's something that's very empowering and I think that you should [move on] because you'll be much happier in the long run."
High School Musical and Disney Channel star Ashley Tisdale talked about her new album titled “Guilty Pleasure” Tuesday afternoon in Salt Lake City. Radio station 97.1 ZHT held a luncheon for the singer and actress to showcase her new album and to also answer questions from several fans in attendance. One topic Ashley touched on was how she deals with paparazzi and negative media reports. “I think you just have to stay true to yourself and don’t let negative things get on you,” Tisdale said. “Just ignore it and stay positive.” Tisdale also said one new single from her album will be available each week on iTunes.
Hey everyone, I am still home on vacation and cannot add pictures right now. When I get back home in about 5 days, I will add all the pictures that I missed and make a huge gallery update and make an update on the site to let you know that I have added them! And a big thanks to misstisdale.net for helping me get caught up on news while I am gone! You guys rock!
The nominees for this year’s Teen Choice Awards have been announced and voting is now open at the Teen Choice website. Hosted by the Jonas Brothers, you’ll need to tune in Monday, Aug. 10th (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX to see if Ashley goes home with a surfboard(s)! Ashley and HSM3’s nominations include:
Choice Movie Actress: Music/Dance- Ashley Tisdale, HSM3: Senior Year
Hey everyone, I am going out of town for two weeks. I will not be
updating much while I am gone! I will try my best to do a little bit
while I am gone but I am not promising anything! Sorry for the
Ashley will be performing at The Grove in Los Angeles at 1pm on June
17th. Come and watch her play brand new songs from "Guilty Pleasure"
with her band! The show is FREE! If you are in the Los Angeles area,
come out for Ashley's home town show!
We'll also be giving away and exclusive meet & greet with Ashley
this weekend at her "Guilty Pleasure" listening party. For all the
details click here.
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Ashley will be stopping by for a performance alongside other acts
including Aubrey O’Day, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, and more! Catch
the show on Tuesday, June 16th at 12ET/PT.