Glamorous may refer to:

  • Glamour (presentation)
  • Beautiful
  • Glamorous The first female rapper from Long Island to hit vinyl.

Member of the Juice Crew 1986

  • Stylish (often with sex-appeal);
  • Glamorous (song), a song by Fergie;
  • Glamorous (Natalia song), a song by Natalia & En Vogue;
  • Glamorous (album), a 2005 album by Denise Ho.

Other articles related to "glamorous":

Glamorous Indie Rock & Roll
... "Glamorous Indie Rock Roll" is a song from The Killers' album Hot Fuss US limited edition version and in the UK and Australia, where it replaces "Change Your Mind" ... The following day, The Killers opened with "Glamorous Indie Rock Roll" during their headlining act at Hard Rock Calling in Hyde Park, London ...
The Glamorous Life (album)
... The Glamorous Life (full title Sheila E ... In The Glamorous Life) is the debut album from singer/drummer/percussionist Sheila E. ...
The Glamorous Life - Melissa Tkautz Version - Track Listing
... CD Single "The Glamorous Life" (Radio Edit) 321 "The Glamorous Life" (AC Radio Edit) 334 "The Glamorous Life" (Hotfuss Radio Edit) 320 "The Glamorous ... Peachy Club Mix) 823 "The Glamorous Life" (JimmyZ vs ... Bootyscratcherz 4Play Club Mix) 627 "The Glamorous Life" (Hotfuss Club Mix) 621 ...
Glamorous (song) - Critical Reception
... Bill Lamb of gave "Glamorous" a three and a half star rating, praising the song's smooth R B feel but dismissed its use of spelling out the title in the lyrics ... mainstream music trends, and commented that "“Glamorous” is so bad that even Ludicrous (who usually lights up any song he guest appears on) sounds bored and tired here." Spence D ... Liz Black of Cinema Blend called "Glamorous" "a stunning account of her ability to keep it real despite life in the first class." Kelefa Sanneh of New York Times wrote "Glamorous ...

Famous quotes containing the word glamorous:

    Smoking ... is downright dangerous. Most people who smoke will eventually contract a fatal disease and die. But they don’t brag about it, do they? Most people who ski, play professional football or drive race cars, will not die—at least not in the act—and yet they are the ones with the glamorous images, the expensive equipment and the mythic proportions. Why this should be I cannot say, unless it is simply that the average American does not know a daredevil when he sees one.
    Fran Lebowitz (b. 1950)

    She isn’t harassed. She’s busy, and it’s glamorous to be busy. Indeed, the image of the on- the-go working mother is very like the glamorous image of the busy top executive. The scarcity of the working mother’s time seems like the scarcity of the top executive’s time.... The analogy between the busy working mother and the busy top executive obscures the wage gap between them at work, and their different amounts of backstage support at home.
    Arlie Hochschild (20th century)