My ex

My Ex

2009 Thai film

My Ex
Directed byPiyapan Choopetch
Written byAdirek 'Uncle' Watleela
Piyapan Choopetch
StarringShahkrit Yamnarm
Wanida Termthanaporn
Nawadee Mokkhawesa

Production
companies

Forfilms Co., Ltd.

Distributed byRS Film

Release date

  • August 27, 2009 (2009-08-27)

Running time

86 minutes
CountryThailand
LanguageThai
Box office$1,492,418

My Ex (Thai: แฟนเก่า, romanized: Fan Kao) is a 2009 Thai horror film.

Plot[edit]

Ken (Shahkrit Yamnarm from Bangkok Dangerous) is a ravishing young superstar and the dream date of every girl. While he can attract any woman he wants, every detail of his life ends up in gossip columns and tabloid magazines.

Two of his previous girlfriends — high-society girl Meen (Navadee Mokkhavesa) and innocent college student Bow (Atthama Chiwanitchaphan) — have already been exposed by the media. After dumping the pregnant Meen, he is now dating gorgeous young actress Ploy (Wanida Termthanaporn) and their every move makes the headline. Meanwhile, Bow is desperate to call Ken through a telephone booth but gets crushed by a truck, killing herself.

When news leak that Ken will marry Ploy, the media goes into a frenzy and the couple's dream life turns into a nightmare. It seems that someone is stalking them, day and night. Is it an ex-girlfriend, an obsessed fan or vengeful paparazzi? Ken's agent, Nimit (Bordin Duke), encourages him to take a break at his beachfront house but the problem only escalates as Ken starts to have visions of a woman and mysterious scratches begin to appear on his body. One by one, the people around Ken start to disappear... Ken begins to realize that an envious ghost of one of his ex-girlfriend never wants to let him go.

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/My_Ex

Shout Out to My Ex

2016 single by Little Mix

2016 single by Little Mix

"Shout Out to My Ex" is a song by British girl group Little Mix. It was released through Syco Music, as the lead single from their fourth studio album Glory Days.The song was co written by group members Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, and Jade Thirlwall and is an empowered anthem about getting over an ex.[1] It entered at the top of the UK Singles Chart, becoming the band's fourth chart-topping single.

In the United Kingdom the song spent three weeks at number one, becoming their second longest charting number-one single there, behind "Black Magic". It remains as the group's best selling single, as well as becoming the second best selling girl group single released in the United Kingdom, behind "Wannabe", by the Spice Girls.[2] It was their first single to be certified triple platinum in the UK and holds the record, as the most streamed girl group song in the country.[3][4]

Outside of the United Kingdom, it topped the charts in the Republic of Ireland and peaked within the top ten in Australia and New Zealand. It charted in an additional twenty-four other countries including America, Canada, and Germany. At the 2017 Brit Awards, Little Mix received two nominations, and later won British Single of the Year, marking it their first Brit Award Win.

Composition[edit]

According to sheet music published by Sony/ATV Music Publishing on Musicnotes.com, "Shout Out to My Ex" is composed in the key of F major and set in common time at a moderate tempo of 126 beats per minute. Little Mix's voices range from F3 to a high G5.[5]

Critical reception[edit]

Idolator's Rachel Sonis described the song as a "kiss-off anthem at its finest" and remarked that it felt like "a confident comeback for the group".[6] Emilee Linder from Fuse said that the song was a "Taylor Swift–like move to play into the media's narrative", and praised Perrie's "husky vocals".[7]

Billboard ranked "Shout Out to My Ex" at number 58 on their "100 Best Pop Songs of 2016" list, acknowledging the song's "power-chord-pumped unison chorus that demands to be sung at the top of one's lungs".[8]

At the 2017 Brit Awards "Shout Out to My Ex" won Little Mix their first ever Brit Award for British Single of the Year.[9]

Chart performance[edit]

"Shout Out to My Ex" debuted at number one on the UK Singles Chart, with 95,000 combined sales to give the band their fourth UK number one of their careers, following "Cannonball" in 2011, "Wings" in 2012 and "Black Magic" in 2015.[10] It was the third single from 2016 to debut straight in at the top of the UK charts with only four days of sales tracking.[11] "Shout Out to My Ex" was also the first UK number one single of 2016 with a female lead, as the three women with number one singles earlier in the year, Kyla, MØ and Halsey, were all featured artists.[12] It remained at number one the following week, making it Little Mix's second song (after "Black Magic") to spend multiple weeks at number 1.[13] It was certified silver by the BPI for selling over 200,000 copies in its second week.[14] It spent a third week before being replaced by "Rockabye" by Clean Bandit. In 2016 it was ranked as the 39th biggest single in the United Kingdom, and ranked as the second best selling girl group single (with combined sales and streams).[15][16]

Outside of the United Kingdom it debuted at number 6 in Ireland and in its second week, reached a new peak of number one, making it Little Mix's third number one single there (following "Cannonball" and "Wings"). It also reached number one in Scotland. It peaked in the top ten of the charts in both Australia and New Zealand. In New Zealand it became the group's highest-peaking song there and their first top ten single. In Australia it debuted at number 16 on the Australian ARIA Charts, and in its second week rose 12 places to number 4.[17] This made it Little Mix's second top 5 single in Australia (following "Wings", which peaked at number 3).

"Shout Out to My Ex" was the highest peak for a Little Mix song in many European countries. In the US, the song debuted at number 4 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart. The following week, it debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 at number 69, making it the group's last single to chart there. It also reached number 30 on the Digital Songs chart, Little Mix's highest placing on that particular list to date.[18] It charted inside the top thirty in a total of nine other countries including Austria, Finland, and Canada, where it debuted at number 37 on the Canadian Hot 100, becoming their first top 40 single there. It would go on to chart in twelve other countries including the Netherlands, the Philippines, and Germany.

Music video[edit]

The video is set in the Tabernas Desert in Almería, Spain, and was released at 12:00 BST on 20 October 2016 on Vevo. Directed by Sarah Chatfield, the band hangs out in a trailer, takes a drive along a highway lined with lavender-coloured trees and poses by a pool.[19] Filming took place in June 2016 whilst the girls were on their Get Weird Tour. As of 2021, it has been streamed over 400 million times on YouTube.

Live performances[edit]

"Shout Out To My Ex" received its debut performance at The X Factor in 2016,[20] in which the group started in a car outside its recording studios, flanked by female cheerleaders in T-shirts with the names of male and female exes on them,[20] which the cheerleaders removed towards the end of the song. The band promoted the song in a non-singing appearance on The One Show, minus Jade Thirlwall,[21] and also promoted it on Good Morning Britain, on Belgian TV show Jonas Van Geel,[22] at the BBC Teen Awards, on the Norwegian program Senkveld,[23] in a non-singing appearance on The Jonathan Ross Show,[citation needed] and also performed it on The X Factor Australia, after the contestants performed their 2012 debut single "Wings", on Italian X Factor on 24 November,[24] and at LOS40 Music Awards 2016 in Barcelona.[25]

The song was also part of Little Mix's setlist when they supported Ariana Grande during the North American leg of her Dangerous Woman Tour.[citation needed] The song has since been performed on the group's Summer Hits Tour and their LM5: The Tour.

Accolades[edit]

Charts[edit]

Weekly charts[edit]

Year-end charts[edit]

Decade-end charts[edit]

Certifications[edit]

Release history[edit]

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External links[edit]

Music video on YouTube

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shout_Out_to_My_Ex
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  • Ken is a hot young superstar and the dream date of every girl. While he can attract any woman he wants, every detail of his life ends up in gossip columns and tabloid magazines. His two previous girlfriends, high-society girl Meen and innocent college student Bow, have already been exposed in the media. After dumping Meen, he is now dating hot actress Ploy and their every move is headline news. When news leaks that Ken will marry Ploy, the media goes into a frenzy and their dream life turns into a nightmare. It seems that someone is stalking them, day and night. But is it an ex-girlfriend, an obsessed fan or a vengeful paparazzi? Nimit, Ken's agent, encourages his client to take a break at a beach house at a report. But the problem only escalates when people around Ken start to disappear one by one. —The Film Catalogue

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