More ‘Loving The Silent Tears’ Photo’s.

With HoQuynh Huong just before going to to limo’s for red carpet at The Shrine. 10/27/2012. ‘Loving The Silent Tears’.

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Jody Watley. A Night To Remember.

Being a part of the one time and unprecedented musical event ‘Loving The Silent Tears’ was one of the best and most rewarding experiences of my career. The process of meeting and getting to know the cast, our director Vincent Paterson (a dream come true I might add), choreographer Bonnie Story, designers, costumers, ensemble dancers – was amazing and so many new friendships were formed. Every element of this process was first class – top shelf all around. I feel so fortunate and blessed to have been a  part of this global melting pot of artists and cast-mates.

The production opened with aerialists who flew through The Shrine captivating the audience as the orchestra led by our musical director Doug Katsaros playing a beautiful prelude and then we were off to a journey around the world woven into a powerful narrative and story line. I’ll be posting more photo’s and a short video of the journey I’ve enjoyed with the musical the past few weeks leading up to the October 27 for the premiere. Supreme Master TV shared  the event globally and on the Loving The Silents Tears Musical website via live stream.  Here are a few pics from last night; it truly was was a night and experience to remember!

About to step onto the red carpet like none I’ve experienced; lined with people in cultural outfits.

On stage for ‘A Real Fool’ – my Silent Tears song with gratitude theme for pivotal scene near end of show.

With our director the legendary Vincent Paterson.

With Lula Washington and her dance company pre-show partial costume

Pre-show partial costume with our Emmy winning choreographer Bonnie Story.

Kay Tse from China in Costume for a breathtaking performance.

Liel Kolet and Camellia Abou-Odah who performed with Siavash Shams in riveting Middle Eastern performance.

All Photo’s: Jody Watley. All Rights Reserved 2012.

Jody Watley Attends Los Angeles Opening of NARS Cosmetics Boutique

I went to 3 events this week, which must be a record for me (borderline recluse)! This was especially cool because I was able to see the man himself Francois Nars. We’d met in 1989 when he did the make-up for my second album ‘Larger Than Life’ photographed by Steven Meisel – I hadn’t seen or worked with him since. I’ve been a fan of his line and faithful customer since it launched in 1994.

The NARS Boutique at 8412 Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles is minimalist and chic. Massive windows allow for natural light framed by mirrored walls; perfect for testing the large array of products and colors.

With Francois Nars

Heather Park, Director Digital Media (middle left) and ladies of NARS.

Thought of The Day.

I believe we should always try to grow and evolve in all aspects of living. You might not always reach your goals, but that’s OK. The only failure is never trying. The point is you are trying to get somewhere beyond where you are, where you’ve already been or what you’ve accomplished. This applies to everyday life (mind, body and spirit) your career or even things like cooking, maintaining a garden, clearing clutter from your environment, fitness routine or whatever. Keep an open mind and seeker of knowledge. None of us are perfect, but uniquely equipped to be our own works of art in one way or another. Don’t get stuck in the box that others may want to keep you in and don’t create boxes of limitation for yourself. Keep it moving!


“Unless you try to do something beyond what you have already mastered, you will never grow.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

From The Page to The Stage. Loving The Silent Tears Update

We’re 7 days away from this once in a lifetime international music event! Here’s a short clip of the making of the cast album.


Jody Watley. Classic Dance Floor Jam. Weekend Groove.

‘If I’m Not In Love With You’, a Jody Watley dance floor burner from 1998.  The #2 Hot Billboard Dance Play anthem would still be right at home in the clubs or on the airwaves with dance music finally crossing over into the mainstream commercial pop realm in the U.S. in recent years. To date Jody Watley has 13 #1 Billboard Hot Dance Club Play Singles and always at home on the dance-floor.

Jody Watley at Launch of Dita Von Tesse Collection at Decades/

In the classic VIP Coat from Dita’s Collection. Detailing includes front and back pleats, tulle, and secret pockets.


With Rupaul’s Drag Race Winner Season 3, Raja.


With Christos Garkinos of Decades


The Dita Von Teese Collection with sizes from 2 to 16 is available exclusively at Decades; online as well.

Jody Watley. Nightlife. Autumn Party.

A few nightlife snapshots of charity event (it was humid and nearly 100 degrees) benefitting The Children’s Institute held at The London Hotel on the Rooftop at The London Hotel in West Hollywood. The evening event brought a touch of New York Fashion Week showcasing the Spring Summer Collection of J. Mendel.

Pictured with actress Garcelle Beauvais and Christos Garkinos of Decades.

Good Vibes. Loving The Silent Tears.

Today at a vocal rehearsal. Director Vincent Paterson. Musical Director Doug Katsaros with Vincent Paterson at the piano; some of the ladies of “Loving The Silent Tears” (not in order with Jody Watley:  Fabiana Passoni, Camellia Abou-Odah, Heather Park, Liel Kolet, Flo Ankah, Liz Callaway, Debbie Gravitte, Kay Tse).


An Ensemble Preview. Loving The Silent Tears.

A look at some of the kids from the ensemble from our cast of ‘Loving The Silent Tears’ –  international cultural dance!

A bus advert featuring Jody Watley from the musical seen in Los Angeles.