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The Art of Being Fabulous

Julie Brown

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Customer Reviews

A good start... :)

Need more of Julie's music? Well I'm afraid the only way to get it is through her website and her ebay store. She sells them for a reasonable price as well as some of her now long out of print films. Art Of Being Fabulous is a nice rare find here on iTunes. It was featured as the theme of her T.V. show The Julie Brown Show that was never picked up. All in all not a bad sng in the least it has acute message that any person dhould take to heart, and bares the same care free vally girl attitude that made us love Julie Brown in the first place.

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is she still "Downtown"?

Biography

Born: August 31, 1958

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Not to be confused with the other MTV VJ of the same name, this Julie Brown is a comedienne, singer, songwriter, and actress best known for series of mid-'80s novelty hits, including “The Homecoming Queen’s Got a Gun” and “Trapped in the Body of a White Girl.” Born in Van Nuys, CA, Brown began her career in the comedy clubs of Los Angeles and San Francisco, performing a campy act that mocked valley girl culture along with celebrities like Madonna. After a couple television sitcom roles and a small...
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The Art of Being Fabulous, Julie Brown
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  • Genres: Pop, Music, Comedy
  • Released: Mar 05, 2009

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