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Actress/singer Jennifer Lopez filming on set for her new music video in downtown Los Angeles, CA on August 20, 2011. The male crew member will need a few massages this week, possibly with a happier ending. =P
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Celebrities such as Vince Neil and Sebastian Bach along with many others at the 2011 Vegas Rocks Magazine Awards held at the Hilton Hotel and Casino on Aug. 22, 2010
Thumbnail Celebrities in order : Gilbert Gottfried, Sally Steele, Lemmy Kilmister, Gilby Clarke , Carmine Appice & Leslie Gold-Appice, John 5, Sean McNabb, Steve Stevens, Josie Stevens, Laura Croft, Steven Adler, Chip Z'Nuff, Sebastian Bach, Vince Neil, Rain Andreani, Little Anthony.
Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi of MTV's Jersey Shore hosted a poolside PARTY at the Wet Republic Pool at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada on August 20, 2011. Snooki has cut down majorly on the booze and it's paid off. Sexpot Snooki here she comes.
Fast food chain Burger King is dethroning the creepy King character — and other wacky, teen-targeting stuff — and refocusing on a customer it had all but forgotten: Mom.
In a new ad campaign set to air this weekend, Burger King will nationally roll out the California Whopper on Monday, made with what's arguably the gastronomic trend of 2011: guacamole. In a serious image twist, the entire commercial shows only the sights and sounds of the fresh ingredients being washed, sliced and diced. There are no words, just pulsating music.
Industry experts say the move may be Burger King's (BKC) best bet of giving Ronald McDonald any hint of competition. In a world where Cheesecake Factory now has a low-cal menu and even Sizzler touts the freshness of its grub, Burger King is latching onto the all-critical fresh-and-healthy-food factor.
"Call it the Whole Foods effect," says Ron Paul, president of consulting firm Technomic. Target's bragging about fresh food, he notes. 7-Eleven's touting it. And Subway's made billions from that premise. "Fresh is it," Paul says.
But under new ownership, Burger King has yet another new CEO, marketing chief and agency. Perhaps the most consistent thing for BK over the past two decades has been its inconsistency.
"People want a reason to go back to Burger King," says Alex Macedo, senior marketing vice president. By spending the next year fixing the food, modernizing stores and updating its image, the No. 2 burger chain will convince folks it's time to return, he says. "There are no plans to bring the King back anytime soon," he adds.
Meet Mr. Product
When it comes to matters of perceived fast-food quality, Burger King not only lags behind McDonald's but Subway and even KFC, says Robert Passikoff, president of Brand Keys, which surveys consumers on preferences.
"There was a time when price value was king," says Passikoff. "Now, healthy choice and quality drive the category."
Good bye King
Burger King Commercials Old School 1985 Mr T =)
Who knew model Elle Macpherson pimped the Burger King salad bar back in the day?
1960’s Burger King Commercial Where Kids Are King!
Sappy 1977 Burger King Commercial