Renée (rogueslayer452) wrote,

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Take me to Funky Town!

There seems to have been quite a dilemma regarding that latest Veronica Mars rumored news that's been circulating, on whether it's been cancelled or not, which has been concerning lots of fans. Several articles either mentioned that it either was cancelled, then it wasn't cancelled, and then another from Kristin from E!Online gave the slightly interesting concept that RT is considering making Veronica Mars into an FBI agent, set some years into the future. Some were still preplexed about this information, and wondering about the fate of the current place of the series.

Well, as of yesterday creator Rob Thomas sets things straight, speaking about him and the studio, the plans for continuing the series and presenting the offer for the FBI series possibility to the network. So, there you go.

Okay, forgive me but I have to squee here: NAMIE AMURO HAS A NEW PV OUT! My girl has done it again. It's from her upcoming single called "FUNKY TOWN", this is completely unrelated to the 1970s song of the same title, however the style certainly is reminscent to the era. The video has her dancing, standing in front of a projection (of herself on the screen behind her, working artistically well), closeup shots and finally Namie is surrounded by glittering golden disco balls and wearing a cute hat. It's really a beautiful and funky, mind the pun, and the song itself is addictive. Nobody can just listen to this song and not have the urge to dance along. Even Namie's official website has been revamped in celebration of the single/PV release, with a unique transition of backgrounds with the disco balls! Woo, make way for Queen Namie, y'all! I've placed the PV here, in case anyone wants to preview it.

Namie Amuro - "FUNKY TOWN" PV

Oh, and Happy St. Patrick's Day everybody!
Tags: jpop: namie amuro, veronica mars
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