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Jordin Sparks - AMAs 2013 Red Carpet

Jordin Sparks - AMAs 2013 Red Carpet

Jordin Sparks makes her entrance on the red carpet at the 2013 American Music Awards held at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on Sunday (November 24) in Los Angeles.

The 23-year-old entertainer is one of the hosts of this year’s red carpet live stream event.

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“Ready for the @cokeredcarpet for @theamas! Live on Yahoo 2-5 PST! We’re right at the end of the photo call so we should see a lot of your favorite stars!! So excited! ✨💫💋,” Jordin wrote on her Instagram account.

FYI: Jordin is wearing a Jovani Couture dress, Schutz shoes, and jewels by Pink Accessories, Charles Albert, and Vince Camuto.

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4 Comments

# 1

Miley Cyrus outshines them all.
She has beauty and grace like a classic movie as Marilyn Monroe.
Beautiful legs like Marilyn too.
Women and men agree!

# 2

Jordin looks as beautiful as always. Even when she sticks out her tongue like Miley, you can notice she’s healthy head to toe. No white fungi tongue on her.

# 3

eww she looks like a man :/

# 4

I agree on ppsf as a key index. Of course for any given house you’d need to crnotol for quality of construction and neighborhood. But for the market as a whole, I’d think those factors average out over time. You could protest that because the owners of nicer homes have been more resistant to dropping prices, those homes have contributed a smaller percentage of sales lately. But I think the high end homes we love to discuss here are never a large percentage of home sales in Reno, boom or bust. This is largely a working class town, most homes in Reno aren’t in Juniper Trails or Arrow Creek.Also I’d think percent selling should be a useful indicator. Once most all sellers are pricing their properties correctly, we should be in a stable market. Of course, this is a bit more of a trailing indicator than leading, but I suppose all statistics that rely on completed sales are.I know it’s in the Market Condition Report every month, and has been trending up (with seasonal fluctuations) from a low of about 25% since ’08. At 65% for Reno SFR last month, we haven’t yet reached the 80% of listings that sold successfully in ’05, and unfortunately they don’t list data earlier than that, because I hate to only be able to compare to boom and bust markets. I think it’d be interesting to see what the percent selling was during the stable market of the 90s, that’s really what we want to compare to. But most published reports coming from real estate and title companies don’t go back more than 5 years, or 10 at most.

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