Saturday, August 8, 2009

unusual inner beauty inspiration

Meet: Chelsea, Shar, Aria, Kelly, Lauren
Ever since Pop Champagne posted their song on her blog, I can not stop listening to "Patron Tequila." I was drawn to the fact that they were deemed the next "Pussycat Dolls." I'm not a huge die hard PCD fan, but I do love the club beats and so I was intrigued.
I went to their official site and discovered some really cool things and learned some minor, but necessary lessons.
1) Don't let any precedents bias your view.
2) Don't judge a book by its cover.
The Paradiso Girls, while having the girl group vibe with styles verging on "slutty," they're actually very intelligent, sweet girls! Their bios, all written in first person, by them, reveal a writer, a wife/mother, an athlete, a painter, and much more. Their music may not be "intellectual," but these girls are artists in the truest sense possible.
They're diverse (France, Barbados, England, Phillipines, AND US!), they're is no lead singer (3 singers, 1 rapper, 1 DJ), they're extremely smart (Aria speaks four different languages!), and they don't take themselves seriously. They embrace their femininity (I'm pretty sure every one of them said they love shopping) and sexuality, but don't flaunt it. They embrace the fact that they are human as well, a trait I love most in a person. They joke, make fun of themselves, acknowledge their imperfections....
They are individuals, and I cannot wait until these girls get their chance to really shine. Do check them out!
PS Modern Dreamer is back. Who am I kidding, I can't go on a blog hiatus.


  1. Wow, they sound like an amazing group of girls! So beautiful too! xxoxoxo

  2. I've never even heard of them before, but I will make sure I check them out! Pretty diverse!

  3. Thanks for the comment, and nice blogs!

  4. they sound fantastic... I have to check them out :)

  5. I've never seen them before, I'll look out for them.

  6. Will have to check them out!


  7. I've never heard of them either, but reading the info you posted has intrigued me. I'll definitely need to check them out. Thanks for sharing!