This week Layal and Adrian discuss: How they need to tone down saying FUCK all the time on radio, shocking photos from the Large Labia Project, boycotting Guns N Roses in Beirut (BDS), and figuring out who is a feminist.
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Music: Madonna – Sorry M.I.A – Come Around Pharrell & Snoop – Beautiful Petula Clark – Downtown Palestinian Nationalism Song Hauschka – Blue Bicycle... [more]
And they’re back! This week Layal and Adrian gleefully discuss the reasons behind Layal’s new eating disorder, the horror of photoshoots, scantily clad 16-year old horseback riders, and why YOU SHOULD HIRE US TO DJ YOUR PARTIES!
We hope you enjoy our 2Famous.TV Radio Show Episode 2!!
Music Credits: Queen – I’m Going Slightly Mad Lady Gaga – Paparazzi The Fugees – Cowboys Genuine – Pony Jill Scott – Watching Me Whitney Houston – I Wanna Dance with Somebody Shannon – Let the Music Play... [more]
As soon as 2Famous.TV rocked the in-studio interview with the Outpost’s (former) host, Layal, she and Adrian became inseparable — online and off. In fact, Layal invited Adrian to guest-appear on her audio show so often because of the on-air chemistry that listenership grew to unreachable heights. And just as they were toeing the line of mind-boggling fame, the show was put on hiatus.
Consider it a fortuitous setback because these two have re-emerged together– stronger, funnier, and way more scandalous on the weekly 2Famous.TV Radio Show![more]
Who we are, where we started, and what we’re doing!
The initial idea was to create a platform where they could promote “Walk of Causes“, a web series in 14 episodes where the two men from Norway cross Lebanon from North to South on foot. The web series was promoted on various websites, but it was important for the boys to be able to bring the attention that they would harvest from the web series into a platform of their own, so that they could start building a base of followers for future projects. 2famous.TV then became the vehicle where Matias & Jørgen could promote their next project: to become famous in the Middle East. By doing this they were hoping to subtly fight the stigmatized image that Lebanon is so painfu... [more]