Christina Aguilera looks flawless in a strapless Monique Lhulier as she posed on the red carpet of the Grammy Nominations Concert Live at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles last night.
She “Keeps Getting Better” with this polished look accessorizing with Louboutin pumps and Webster jewels. She performed alongside Celine Dion and Mariah Carey at the star-studded gala.
A few nominations have already been announced for the 51st Grammy Awards set to take place February 2009 including The Jonas Brothers and Duffy for Best New Artist. Radiohead, Robert Plant, Alison Krauss, Sullivan, and John Mayer all got five Grammy nominations each.
John appeared at LA City Hall last Thursday to make a public plea for the Los Angeles City Council to begin regulating the paparazzi. Officials there were in talks about imposing restrictions on them. John had this to say:
“I don’t sit before you today to ask that you ban the paparazzi,” Mayer, 30, said in his testimony. “I’m asking you to regulate it. Officialize it. Tax it. Legitimize it.”
Check out his website as he goes into detail and shares his thoughts and suggestions and it is apparent he has put some thought into how to address the problem of aggressive paparazzi:
– Enforcing “an acceptable distance” between the photographers and their subject:
“A law governing an acceptable filming distance from an unwilling subject keeps everybody safe and misbehavior becomes accountable,” Mayer testified. “Without know who is following you, you do not know why you are being followed, which
brings about a very really possibility of suffering harm.”
He also suggested :
a “big white P on a yellow license plate [that] says the driver works for an accredited photo agency,” as well as “press credentials worn in plain sight.”