She didn’t expect news cameras to be there, but they were — and she couldn’t hide from them.“You’re not supposed to cry when you win a VMA,” J said.Since the Dolls broke up, J has become the best kind of solo artist: the kind who sees no issue with wearing a head-to-toe skintight sparkle jumpsuit during daylight hours on a Thursday in New York after a blizzard.She dropped by Galore’s east coast offices yesterday in exactly that ensemble, offset by a tasteful black turtleneck and faux fur coat because it is January after all.And we learned that she’s fierce, friendly, and doesn’t give a fuck.
"Show Me" is Jessica's second time at the top following her 2007 collaboration with Dave Audé, "Make It Last" while her Paul Van Dyk feature "White Lies" peaked at No. A music video was shot for the single, featuring Sutta in an underground club, dancing to the track.
"Show Me" is a song by American recording artist Jessica Sutta.
The song was written by Alex Geringas, Paddy Dalton and songwriter Busbee, which lyrically talks about how actions talk louder than words. "Show Me" premiered on Idolator on August 3, 2011, and was released on August 23, 2011 via Hollywood Records.
She had to wear a leotard tuxedo and pretend to put a fire out with sand that flew out of her tophat.
From there, Robin invited her to join the Pussycat Dolls, which at that point was a 50-member cabaret/burlesque group.