I received so many phone calls, BBM’s, and emails yesterday from friends and fans, asking me if my second audition for the possible pilot principal role went amazing, and after I left the audition, I jumped up and down, and pumped my fist in the air, and people in NYC were looking at me knowing that they were watching a budding superstar taking the next step of “The Journey”. I “High-Fived” 2 passer-byers, and pretty much strutted up Park Avenue, where people were looking at me like I was John Travolta in “Stayin’ Alive” (People always tell me I look like him when my hair is Poofy, and The Brand is now one step away from landing his first principle role, and having a chance to be part of such an original and groundbreaking project that, I could be the next Tony Soprano, and with the influence of my brand, my name, my images, and this blog, what network wouldn’t want to feature one of the “Most Up and Coming” actors of a generation (I am so excited I may piss my pants sometimes).
In the meantime, I ran into Dom from Entourage as well as my buddy Ryan Dorsey at G (Formerly of Z-Bar and now Partner/GM of Recess Lounge which I wrote about opening in September), and from what he said to me, “This is going to be the most exclusive lounge in Philly”, and he told me that he will only allow the top of the top crowd with memberships in, and the place is being designed in such a way that we will be able to dance “St. Tropez” style on the banquettes, and my favorite line of the night, “I interviewed 8 girls today, and don’t get me wrong they were all hot, but I don’t think I will hire any of them”, which tells me this place is going to be so off the charts, so “Kadeish”, and exclusive that New York peeps will want to come down to party with Arthur Kade and The Entourage immediately. My playground is about to take shape, and it looks like it will help me continue to transform Philly into a National Nightlife Powerhouse like my other cities that I dominate like KA and NYC, and I will be the Tony Goldman (The man who created Soho, NYC, and SoBe, Miami) of Young Hollywood.
In the meantime, a girlfriend just called me to let me know that I have a new famous fan in “The Biz” twittering that he’s reading my site (So many people don’t believe how many “A Listers” in “the Biz” are followers, I am being told the boys from Entourage love me, and the power of The Brand is getting more International and Cross-Centric), and a fan of “The Journey”, and he’s actually one of my favorite recording artists, Rob Thomas from MatchBox 20. I wonder if I could get him to play my next birthday party if I have it in France? By the way Rob, “This is How a Heart Breaks” is one of my top Ipod Songs still, and I loved when the NBA used it for the playoffs a couple years ago. Keep killing it “Kade Style”.
Here’s his twitter: “my friend turned me on to this. you’re welcome http://arthurkade.com/ so cheese-tastic, it’s hard to believe it’s real.”
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