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MessageSujet: Citations [ De Michelle et Sur Michelle ]   Dim 20 Aoû - 15:33

je commence par une de kerr smith :


"Lorsque nous avions du temps livre,Joshua,James,Michelle et moi allions souvent faire du jet-ski sur un lac situer prés du lieu de tournage. Tout a commencer quand Joshua a acheter l'un de ces engins. C'était tellement génial qu'on a tous voulu en faire, alors on en a louer plusieurs. Nous nous éclations comme des dingues. On se moquait toujours de celui qui tombait a l'eau. En fait, c'était toujours Michelle qui tombait a l'eau,alors on se moquait d'elle..."

Kerr smith


michelle lors d'une vieille interview :

" J'ai deja eu des coups de foudres ou des aventures d'un soir, mais je ne me suis jamais attacher a un homme. J'imagine que quelqu'un m'attend quelques part..., mais je n'ai pas encore envie de savoir a quoi il ressemble"

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Une autre de Michelle du temps de la série :

Je suis quelqu'un de trés maladroit et ca m'a souvent mis dans des situations embarrassantes sur le tournage de la série. Un jour en sortant de ma loge ou je me faisait maquiller, j'ai trébucher sur les marches et je me suis vautrer sur le sol en toute beauté. Plusieurs membres de l'équipe passaient par la et ont éclater de rire. C'est idiot mais ca vous met bien la honte comme il faut. D'autant plus que l'un des garcons qui m'a vu tomber était tres mignon..."


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MessageSujet: Re: Citations [ De Michelle et Sur Michelle ]   Lun 21 Aoû - 2:23

Oui je conaissais ces confidence. j'étais explosé de rire.

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MessageSujet: Re: Citations [ De Michelle et Sur Michelle ]   Lun 21 Aoû - 9:52

ben moi j'avais jamais lu ces trucs la! merci de les avoir lu et sa ma bien fait rire le dernier truc Razz

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MessageSujet: Re: Citations [ De Michelle et Sur Michelle ]   Ven 1 Sep - 8:29

dans une récente interview James Van Der Beek, nous parle de Michelle, ils nous dit que depuis la fin de la série, il a revu ses partenaires : Michelle,Kerr, Busy et Hal [Ozsan ].

Il dit qu'avec Michelle ils sont tres proche, que Michelle est stupéfiante, qu'elle avait 16 ans quand elle a commencer la série et qu'elle devait jouer une fille que l'on est supposer detester.

Il dit qu'il ne voit plus Josh, qu'il revoit kerr,michelle, busy et Hal.



Since the end of “Dawson’s Creek”, he has seen some of his former co-stars – but not on a regular basis.


“Yeah, I see quite a few of them. I’m very close to Michelle – she’s awesome, such a great girl and she’s doing well in life. When she came on Dawson’s she was like 16 years old. She was playing this girl that you were meant to hate. It’s good to see her getting hers. I don’t see Josh at all. I see Kerr, Michelle, Busy, Hal [Ozsan] who was in it towards the end…. But you know, sometimes I have to think about how I know these people, I don’t automatically think of them as being my former co-stars, they’re just friends.



et voici l'interview en entier :


Exclusive Interview : James Van Der Beek
Posted by Clint Morris on September 1, 2006


If there’s one raison d'être why you haven’t seen a lot of former “Dawson’s Creek” star James Van Der Beek lately - it’s because he’s insolently ‘picky’. While his co-stars of the hit WB drama went off and did whatever studio offering they were thrown – and for some, like Michelle Williams and Katie Holmes, there’s been a great pay-off – the 29-year-old actor decided to hold out for something bigger and better. Many predicted that biggie would be the film adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis’ best-selling novel “Rules of Attraction”, yet despite how great Van Der Beek was in it, it didn’t get cash registers ringing.

But while the actor waits for that next big wave to come crashing in, he’s also making moves to ensure whatever it is, it won’t be something requiring him to playing a Spielberg-lovin’ small-town innocent who bounces back and forwards between the same girl more times than Ted Danson’s returned to series television. No sir.

CLINT MORRIS drove down to Malibu to have a blab – and a beer – with an actor that’s still, for the most part, an undiscovered talent.

Winning the role of Dawson Leery, on the 90s hit “Dawson’s Creek” (1998-2003), was as much of a blessing as it was a curse, explains Van Der Beek, as he looks out on the descending California sun. Like any star of any long-running series, audiences start to believe that they are that person they play on TV.

“My wife and I just got back from Africa, and I was walking around shooting a mini documentary, and suddenly it occurs to me that I haven’t walked around with a video camera in my hand since doing it on the set”, he says. “[But] I remember thinking that it was OK to pick one up now. Enough time had passed. Thing is, whenever I mention what I just did to you, they say ‘Ah, just like Dawson!’. I laugh, because it’s the furthest thing from my mind. It’s completely different sensibilities.

Van Der Beek also had different sensibilities to a lot of other young stars his age. With the teen thriller genre in full swing at the late 90s, he could’ve easily jumped aboard one of those projects, but he said no, every time.

“I had offers to do the typical fare, but I just wasn’t interested in doing those things. I just wanted to do what interested me. My agent thought I was nuts for passing on some of the things I did, but I just wanted to do something different”, he says. “I didn’t want to do something that I didn’t believe in, especially after doing TV for that long.”

Because he had done TV for that long, and did have a regular income coming in, Van Der Beek felt comfortable enough to sit it out and just wait for something to spark his interest.

“[The show] offered me the chance to take my time with deciding what I wanted to do – I didn’t have to make choices based on a mortgage, or even just as a means to an end”.

‘Different’ ultimately came in the form of “Rules of Attraction”, a radically dark comedy that gave Van Der Beek a chance to play the polar opposite to his TV guise - the psychotic younger brother of fictitious anti-hero, Patrick Bateman (of “American Psycho”).

“I shot that whilst I was doing Dawson’s”, he says. “I loved the script! I had never seen a movie that was really honest about the college experience – even though this one is a bit of a satire – and I loved what Roger had done with it.

“I sat down with him, and he and I talked about everything – we talked about the movie Fight Club, for instance. We both had a problem with the last couple of minutes of the movie. My solution would’ve been a quick fix, whereas Roger’s solution was to reinvent the whole entire film. Keep everything, but change the whole premise – just a huge conceptual fix. The best thing about Roger is that he’s just fearless. He doesn’t really care about what anybody else thinks – and that’s kind of a rarity in Hollywood. He has an instinct and he’s creative enough to follow it and execute it. He’s a real talent.

As Sean Bateman, Van Der Beek was able to open up a bag of acting tricks that he’d kept concealed. “I remember when I got the role on Dawson’s Creek that I thought to myself ‘the challenge from here on out is for an audience to buy me as someone different’, so I always kept a bunch of tricks in my bag purposely. As tempting as it may have been, and probably more fun, to bring those things to Dawson – I just decided not to. I decided he was who he was, and that’s what he did – so I wasn’t going to play him as, well, a psycho. Anyway, the only way I felt I could ask money from people to come see me in a film is if I was doing something completely different. The role of Bateman was it.

Because he was working on “Dawson’s” concurrently, Van Der Beek had to find a way to easily help him shift between the mindsets of both characters – he found a solution in music.

“It was like an exorcism – every day. I had a couple of songs – really varied stuff – that I would listen to. One of them was an Enimem song, another was an REM song, and another was this really kind of melancholy ballad – they were all very sad. I had it on my ipod, this whole little mix, titled ‘Sean’. I’d listen to them and think ‘this is so sad, what a sad, tragic guy’”, he laughs.

As Van Der Beek explains, Bateman have been “a complete out-and-out asshole” on the outside, but on the inside, he was just messed up. “Imagine if the American Psycho was your older brother, how would you turn out?”

In fact, the two Bateman’s – Sean and Patrick – were originally set to share a couple of scenes in the film, but Christian Bale, who played the latter in the film “American Psycho”, declined the offer to reprise his role – if even briefly – for “Rules”.

“I was bummed, because there were two scenes in the script where my character got a call from Patrick. I had to ask him for money. Those two scenes were the most vulnerable Sean had ever been”.

When Lionsgate decided to release the film, they marketed it as ‘American Pie with an Edge’ – which it so clearly wasn’t. “I honestly think marketing is a huge component of whether people see it or not. It has nothing to do with whether the people like the film or not. So yeah, it didn’t do as well as we’d hoped – I think if the studio had just advertised it for what it was, it might have done better”.

Despite how unsuccessful some of his feature films may have been, Van Der Beek has a positive thing to say about all of them – well, except maybe one of them.

“Texas Rangers. Now that was an interesting time in my life. I’d turned down so many things that I’d had no interest in doing, and that one was an idea that I signed onto. An idea. They told me it was going to reinvent the Western wheel. I was informed that it was Miramax, its Dimension, William Goldman will do the script, all this stuff….and I was like ‘cool’!

The modern-day western, about a ragtag group of youngsters who band together after the American Civil War to form the Texas Rangers, was a stinker though. “Everything went downhill. The script - Ehren Kruger wrote it - was actually very good, but we got it like two weeks before we started shooting and, well, it was just a bad time. I was really burnt out as well.”

Not helping his fatigue was the fact that Van Der Beek had to use his only vacation time to go on a promotional tour of Australia and London, promoting another of his films, the football drama “Varsity Blues”. Thankfully, he didn’t have to lie through his teeth about how proud he was of this one – because he was.

“Varsity Blues, I suppose, would be considered a teeny film – but there was something about that one that really interested me. There was just something about the character that I really liked”, he admits.

The film, about a small-town football hero, also gave Van Der Beek a chance to share the screen with one of his idols, actor Jon Voight, who really helped him perfect his craft.

“He was always giving me stuff to work with. I remember he slammed a door in my face one day, just so I’d slam it back open again – he knew that’s what I needed in order to do those final scenes, like the speech.”

Van Der Beek also learnt a lot from filmmaker Todd Solondz, whom he worked with on the controversial “Storytelling”. Unfortunately, we’ll never know just how good the actor was in the film.

“The script took place in the year 1985, and then half-way through the film, the script stops and switches to a highschool in the year 2000. It was unclear to me reading the script how everything would tie in – I was looking forward to seeing how they’d do it – but inevitably, it seems it just didn’t. They cut my scenes. In fact, they cut the whole 1985 subplot – with the exception of the Selma Blair and her having an affair with the teacher storyline – out.

Though it was a marvellous experience, Van Der Beek says he still would’ve liked to see his scenes stay in the finished cut, as any actor would. “I remember saying to Todd [Solodnz] the director, when I was doing ADR, that ‘even if I get cut from this movie, I just want to say what a fabulous time I’ve had on this’. I will never say that to a director again!” he laughs.

Everything works out for a reason though, he explains, because at the same time he was mulling over an affair for the abovementioned “Rules of Attraction”.

“I remember saying to Robert [Avary] that my only concern is that it [Rules] was another dark college film. I then got a call to say I was no longer it. I literally hung up the phone and called Roger and said ‘let’s do it’. So things always work out for the best.

His most recent film – and again going against the grain of doing big, flashy studio movies, was the independent comedy “Standing Still”.

The film, an ensemble about a group of friends all dealing with their respective relationship problems, featured Van Der Beek as a loud, abhorrent actor. “I really liked the script, it seemed like it would be a lot of fun, the director seemed like a sweet kid – he was shaking during out meeting – and it was great to lampoon some of the behaviour that I see

Van Der Beek’s “Rules of Attraction” director Roger Avary was bought in at the last minute to share a couple of scenes with him. “Roger did it at the last minute. He didn’t know whether he wanted to do it. Kept going back and forwards. Eventually he said ‘You know what, if I’m going to direct people, I really should know what it’s like to be in front of the camera’. I thought he was good in it.

At the same time, the WB decided to pull the plug on “Dawson’s Creek”. Van Der Beek was saddened, but also rather relieved – because he too could see that the show had detioriated in its last couple of seasons.

“We had a number of writers coming through - 6 head writers in 6 years - so the tendency was to do something that had been done before – so the show started repeating itself a little. Some of it started to feel like ‘OK, I’ve played this scene a couple of times before’. Had [original writer, and creator] Kevin Williamson stuck around for all six years it may have been a very different story?

Williamson actually returned to write and direct the series finale, which Van Der Beek says, was “interesting”. In the end, Dawson never got the girl – Joey rushed into the arms of Pacey – but did get to meet his idol, Steven Spielberg.

“Yep, that was the big pay-off after six years - meeting Spielberg”, he grins. “I didn’t get the girl – but I got to meet him”.

Van Der Beek says he likes Spileberg’s as much as the next guy, but he’d never salivate over him the way his character did. “Yeah I was a fan, but only as much as everyone else was. I appreciated him as a storyteller, but wasn’t as obsessed.”.

Since the end of “Dawson’s Creek”, he has seen some of his former co-stars – but not on a regular basis.

“Yeah, I see quite a few of them. I’m very close to Michelle – she’s awesome, such a great girl and she’s doing well in life. When she came on Dawson’s she was like 16 years old. She was playing this girl that you were meant to hate. It’s good to see her getting hers. I don’t see Josh at all. I see Kerr, Michelle, Busy, Hal [Ozsan] who was in it towards the end…. But you know, sometimes I have to think about how I know these people, I don’t automatically think of them as being my former co-stars, they’re just friends.

Surprisingly, since he couldn’t wait to escape the limitations of it, Van Der Beek recently filmed a television pilot.

“I did a half-hour sitcom. I’d never done one before, so I wanted to. It was called Sex, Power, love & Politics. It didn’t get picked up – but it was fun, and I’m glad I got it out of my system. I use to do theatre, so I missed the live audience. And also, the schedule would have been so easy that I could’ve wrote, produced - acted in other things, at the same time.

If he is considering television again, it’s only because series television is “getting better. There’s something very interesting stuff out there”, he says, adding that he watches both “The Sopranos” and “Grey’s Anatomy” religiously.

While he waits for Roger Avary to write him another juicy role (“I’ll follow Roger wherever. Whatever rathole he decides to dive into”), Van Der Beek has decided to turn writer himself.

“I’m writing something at the moment - a baseball film. Love baseball. My dad played professionally before I was born. It’s about a guy who realises his dreams of playing in the major leagues, and at the same time, he falls in love. It’s about trying to reconcile the two. It’s the first thing I’ve written, and actually handed in, and gotten comments on - just ironing out some kinks right now, and it’s going to out to producers in the next few weeks. I’ve also got another idea for a film, and I’m in the outline stages of that right now.

“It’s a way of creating your own destiny. You can hang around and wait for the right script to come along, or you can go ahead and get onto it yourself. As long as you believe one hundred percent in the scenario, I believe it’s worth doing. The people I have the problems with are the ones that say ‘do this, it’s based on a comic book’ or ‘It’s a studio film – it’s going to be huge!’ There are good ones, sure, but so many of them are just terrible – and you can’t even get past page thirty. Why should I?

Making your own films eh? Like Dawson?

“I resisted doing this for so long because his [Dawson’s] idea of what a writer and director is, is so far away from what mine is. It really is. But I guess, it’s an easy comparison for people to make”.

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MessageSujet: Re: Citations [ De Michelle et Sur Michelle ]   Ven 1 Sep - 11:48

J'adore les déclarations! Elle a que des admirateurs Michelle!

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MessageSujet: Re: Citations [ De Michelle et Sur Michelle ]   Mar 12 Sep - 14:31

des trés belle citations d'heath sur Michelle


"She's my soul mate and we couldn't love each other any more than we do already. We're like two peas in a pod."


"Matilda is adorable, and beautifully observant and wise. Michelle an I love her so much. Becoming a father exceeds all my expectations. It's the remarkable experience I've ever had-it's marvelous."


voici la réponse de michelle quand on lui pose des question sur Katie Holmes :


"That's the million-dollar question...Everybody wants to ask it. I feel like I'm turning into a party trick. When I do reflect on [my time at the Creek], it's fondly...It's just not often." Instead, Michelle prefers to focus on her new role as Matilda's mom.


So how is Katie Holmes?
Williams: This question is starting to make me feel cheap. I’m turning into a party trick. Everywhere I go—I lie down to get a massage and they’re like, “I have to ask you.” It’s certainly not their business.

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MessageSujet: Re: Citations [ De Michelle et Sur Michelle ]   Mar 12 Sep - 23:48

oooooh c mimi comme tout ce que dit Heath!!
ah l'amour quand tu nous tiens...!
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MessageSujet: Re: Citations [ De Michelle et Sur Michelle ]   Mer 13 Sep - 13:20

Je connaisais pas la plupart des ces citations!G adoré celle d'heath sur michelle, c tp adorable!!! é puis kan michelle dit kel imagine k1 homme l'attend kelk part é bah elle l'a vraiment de la chance pacek ca pr sur el la trouV! je V essayer de lire l'interview de james , Je V bien prendre mon temps pr essayer de comprendre!lol
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MessageSujet: Re: Citations [ De Michelle et Sur Michelle ]   Ven 15 Sep - 6:23

une tres belle citation de heath sur le fait de jouer un couple avec michelle dans "BBM" :


"Pour Michelle et moi, jouer un couple qui ne s'aime plus ne nous a pas empêchés de tomber amoureux l'un de l'autre; nous sommes tous deux très professionnels. Contrairement à Michelle, j'ignore toutefois si le fait d'être devenu parent m'a permis de voir mon personnage autrement par la suite; tout ce que je sais, c'est que je suis né pour être père."

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MessageSujet: Re: Citations [ De Michelle et Sur Michelle ]   Ven 15 Sep - 12:26

oh c'est mignon comme tout! Heath doit vraiment être un merveilleux père, Matilda a bien de la chance!
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MessageSujet: Re: Citations [ De Michelle et Sur Michelle ]   Ven 22 Sep - 15:59

des citations d'heath et michelle en rapport avec la thailande :

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Citation :
Heath Ledger: "I was looking foward to visiting Thailand with my sweetheart Michelle. Unfortunately, that moron Sonthi had forced us to cancel our trip to Thailand."
[color:8d77=#009900:8d77]Michelle Williams: "I'm so sad. I was looking foward to visiting the Phuket Island with my hubby where the movie "The Beach" was filmed. All thanks to that stupid Muslim Sonthi, we had to cancel our vacation to Thailand."

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MessageSujet: Re: Citations [ De Michelle et Sur Michelle ]   Sam 23 Sep - 16:55

Je commenterais pas la phrase de Michelle mais j'avoue que j'ai était déçu...

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MessageSujet: Re: Citations [ De Michelle et Sur Michelle ]   Sam 23 Sep - 17:01

Je suis comme Kizou, j'ai été très déçu par les propos de Michelle!!! Je ne pensais pas qu'elle pouvait être capable de dire ça, et je ne la pensais même pas capable de le penser.
Elle a fortement baissé dans mon estime, je ne la vois plus de la même façon.
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MessageSujet: Re: Citations [ De Michelle et Sur Michelle ]   Dim 24 Sep - 3:45

j'avoue n'avoir pas bien compris ce que michelle a dis, mais je pense quand meme qu'il m'en faura plus pour etre décu, enfin je vous dirais ca quand vous m'aurez mieux expliquez ces propos
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MessageSujet: Re: Citations [ De Michelle et Sur Michelle ]   Dim 24 Sep - 7:20

heu j'ai rien compris je parle pas anglais .... Suspect
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MessageSujet: Re: Citations [ De Michelle et Sur Michelle ]   Sam 30 Sep - 2:08

kate winslet qui est l'une de mes actrices préféres a déclarer au magasine ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY



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''So I love to sit back and see young actresses work their way up the ladder,'' she continues, ''and not only give great performances but also hang on to themselves.'' She's giddy about the talents of Michelle Williams (''I could watch her until the cows come home!'')...

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MessageSujet: Re: Citations [ De Michelle et Sur Michelle ]   Sam 30 Sep - 6:26

Sincerement je suis choqué là!
Je m'attendais pas à ce que michelle puisse dire un truc pareil!Je ne la vois plus de la meme facon non plus...
En tout cas si G bien compris la phrase!!
Pacek moi ce ke G compris c k'elle dit que les stupides musulmans l'ont empéché d'aller en Thailandes,c ca, nan?Mais comment ils l'ont empéché, c'était à l'occasion du 11septembre?
Enf1 peut etre ke je suis completement à coT de la plaque!lol mais G pas super bi1 compris!!
Bon sinon pr kate Winslett, bah elle a raison!!lol
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MessageSujet: Re: Citations [ De Michelle et Sur Michelle ]   Sam 30 Sep - 6:28

en meme temps on connais pas le contexte dans lequel michelle a dis ca, c'est facile de déformer des propos, si c vrai ca me décoit mais je suis toujours aussi fan, il m'en faut bcp plus !

Et pour kate winslet je suis contente, michelle a de plus en plus d'admirateur, c'est génial !
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MessageSujet: Re: Citations [ De Michelle et Sur Michelle ]   Dim 1 Oct - 13:23

Pour moi, peu importe le contexte, je ne comprends pas que l'on puisse penser ça, et je ne comprends pas le racisme.
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MessageSujet: Re: Citations [ De Michelle et Sur Michelle ]   Lun 2 Oct - 8:38

mais moi je parle aps anglais alors je sais ce qu'elle a dit....
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MessageSujet: Re: Citations [ De Michelle et Sur Michelle ]   Ven 6 Oct - 7:40

Une tres belle citation de michelle, elle y dit qu'elle a fais bcp d'erreur mais qu'elle a appris et qu'ella avancer grace a ses erreurs, c'est tres beau je trouve et c'est vrai, on a besoin de faire des erreurs pour avancer, et puis qui n'a jamais fais d'erreur !


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"I made lots of mistakes and I learned how to fix them and move forward." - Michelle Williams

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MessageSujet: Re: Citations [ De Michelle et Sur Michelle ]   Ven 6 Oct - 7:47

tres bien dit Michelle!Smile ca c vrai qu'on a besoin de faire des erreurs pour avancer...la vie n'est pas facile!
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MessageSujet: Re: Citations [ De Michelle et Sur Michelle ]   Mer 18 Oct - 6:57

ca n'a aucun rapport avec michelle mais ca m'a fais marrer, c'est busy phillips lors d'une interview on lui demande si elle viendra au mariage des cruise, voici sa réponse :



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Q: Busy Philipps, will you be at Katie and Tom's wedding?
A: HAHAHA! NO! HAHAHAHA! Uh, no. HAHAHA! No. HAHAHAHA! NO! But I'm sure it'll be "phenomenal", a phenomenal something. HAHA!
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MessageSujet: Re: Citations [ De Michelle et Sur Michelle ]   Mer 18 Oct - 7:48

Ha ha ha Razz lol Smile trop drole la réaction de Busy. Elle deteste tans que ça Katie?

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MessageSujet: Re: Citations [ De Michelle et Sur Michelle ]   Mer 18 Oct - 7:56

mdr!!!!! trop forte sa réaction!!!!lol!
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