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  1. Silhouettes have also been used by recording artists in music videos. One example is the video for "Buttons" by The Pussycat Dolls, in which Nicole Scherzinger is seen in silhouette. Michael Jackson used his own distinctive silhouette both on stage and in videos such as "You Rock My World".
  2. Silhouettes Lyrics: Ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah, hut-hut / Ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah, hut-hut / Took a walk and passed your house / Late last night / All the shades were pulled and drawn / Way down tight / From.
  3. The Silhouettes were a Philadelphia doo-wop and soul group best known for their self-penned song Get A Job, recorded in and a number one hit on the R&B and pop charts in Original Members Bill Horton (lead, , ) Raymond Edwards (bass, , ).
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  5. Silhouettes. About. The outline of a figure or object as a solid shape of a single color, usually black. It was in the 18th century that the silhouette profile portrait became a cheap and popular way to capture one’s likeness. Coined in the 19th century, the term derives from the name of a French finance minister, Étienne de Silhouette.
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  8. Define silhouettes. silhouettes synonyms, silhouettes pronunciation, silhouettes translation, English dictionary definition of silhouettes. n. 1. A drawing consisting of the outline of something, especially a human profile, filled in with a solid color. 2. An outline that appears dark against a.
  9. The collecting of silhouettes became widespread, especially among world celebrities, the collection of Goethe being an example. Leading silhouette artists of the second half of the 18th century and the early 19th century, the golden age of the art, included Francis Torond, A. Charles, John Miers, C. Rosenburg, Mrs. Brown, Auguste Edouart, T. Hamlet, and Mrs. Beetham (née Isabella Robinson).