Saturday, January 10, 2009

Tila Tequila

Tila Nguyen (born October 24, 1981, Singapore), better known as Tila Tequila, is a glamorous American model and singer. Residing in West Hollywood, California, is best known for his appearances in Stuff, Maxim, Time Magazine, its role as host of the Fuse TV show Dance Pants-Off-Off and his position as the most popular person on the Internet, beginning in April 2006. She grew up in Houston, Texas.

Nguyen was born in Singapore, where his family emigrated after the Vietnam War. A few years later, they moved again to the district of Alief Houston, where they lived in homes damaged during most of his childhood Nguyen until they are admitted to a gated community governed by a strict temple Buddhist. The family has left the community when Nguyen was eight.

As soon as she entered school, Nguyen developed a tomboy attitude and began to circulate in the brawl. His behavior finally became her sent to a boarding school for six months before she was transferred to another school. As she got well, she used her sister identity card to enter nightclubs, where she began experimenting with drugs and joined a gang. In an interview with Import Tuner, Nguyen said she was seeking a sense of identity: "I was really confused then, 'cause at first I thought I was black, so I thought I was Hispanic and joined a gang cholo. "Later, she made few friends outside of the band, who briefly helped turn around his life, but his past caught up with her, and she fled to Queens, New York. When she returned to Texas she had a triangular relationship with two friends, but eventually decided that it could no longer manage her lifestyle. She then started to concentrate on his studies and his work (s ).

Nguyen realized his life would be worse if she continued to live in Texas, where she moved to Hollywood to pursue his career in entertainment. Her career began at the age of eighteen when she was discovered in the Sharpstown Mall Playboy by a scout and offered a chance to model nude for the magazine. She refused at first, but it was presented as Playboy's Cyber Girl of the week, on April 22, 2002, and shortly after she became the first Asian Cyber Girl of the month.

Tila yet gained popularity thanks to the import racing scene. She has been featured on the cover of the magazine Import Tuner, at car shows such as Hot Import Nights, and the video game Street Racing Syndicate. In 2003 she was a competitor on VH1's Surviving Nugent, a reality TV where participants compromising the tasks and cascades of rock star Ted Nugent. It was also the most frequent host on the first season of Fuse TV's dance show, Dance Pants-Off-Off, on which a diverse group of riders band music videos.

Nguyen appeared on the cover of the April 2006 issue of Stuff magazine, in the interview, she asserted that his nickname "Tila Tequila" was born when she was in college, after she experimented with alcohol, but then had a severe allergic reaction to. It was subsequently included in Stuff's 100 Sexiest Women Online. It was on August 2006 Maxim UK and coverage has been named # 88 in their Hot 100 List.

Nguyen modeling used as a springboard for other companies. At the age of twenty, she took an interest in rock music and began to search for bands are willing to join him. His past Playboy hurt its credibility, but she finally met a group called Beyond Betty Jean, for which she was singer-songwriter. After the breakup of the Beyond Betty Jean, Nguyen started working in recording studios to sharpen their skills and write vocal music. Nguyen became the singer of a group called Jealousy, which has released songs on the Internet. The jealousy appeared on MySpace Records' inaugural compilation album, released through MySpace Records / Interscope.

A major shift in the musical career Nguyen held during the April 24, 2006 Registration of MTV's Total Request Live. In an interview with the TRL VJs, falsely reported that Nguyen was signed at the music group, under a label A & M Records. It publishes its first and only album without a label for personal reasons, said in his blog MySpace.

Nguyen released her first single I Love U via iTunes, February 27, 2007. This is the first time she has never had a single released to iTunes. She shot a clip for the song, which is available for free after the song is downloaded. A preview of the video began Feb. 14, 2007 on Tila official MySpace page previews and two are available on Tila's Valentine's Day e-card. The video is now available via mobile phones.

In February 2007, Tila announced that it would be releasing a full album. She noted that her first album, "very different from anything" it is in the past.

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