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– British pop star Leona Lewis toasts her clean image in July’s Blender, out June 10
Careful opening that door! Cameron Diaz and Diddy could be behind it.
The actress and the hip-hop/fashion mogul certainly have become cozy - and fond of playing hide and seek.
Back in March, they had dinner in L.A., and, for some reason, felt it necessary to leave separately through the restaurant's kitchen. Last month, they were looking very affectionate in SoHo's Sub-Mercer lounge. According to witnesses, the pair disappeared into a private room for about 20 minutes while a guard stood outside the door.
Diaz had a big hug for Mr. Combs at the Beverly Hills party he threw last month to celebrate his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. More telling was their intimacy at Prince's house last Friday.
Sly Stallone, John Legend, Eddie Murphy, Babyface and other guests were riveted by the 2 1/2-hour backyard concert the funkster gave to launch his book, "21 Days." But Diaz and Diddy seemed only to have eyes for each other.
During the show, they laughed and held hands. At one point, while Diddy sipped a Grey Goose, Cameron told him he "must" try her bread pudding, which she proceeded to spoon-feed him. After some whispering, Diddy nodded toward Prince's mansion.
Once inside, he led Diaz by the hand through its labyrinthine corridors to Prince's basement. That's where we came upon the entranced twosome standing in the theater's doorway. Diddy was bringing his lips toward hers when he realized someone was approaching. Smiling, they closed the theater's door and locked it. We heard them giggling inside.
Diddy said he and Diaz did not go into a private room at the Sub-Mercer, adding, "It is ridiculous that two celebrities of the opposite sex can't just hang out with a group of friends without it being reported as more than that. We are just friends.”
Diaz's rep had no immediate comment, but the actress recently told InStyle that she loved dating again after her breakup with Justin Timberlake, "Men are the best!" she proclaimed. "Sex is the best!" Diddy - whose mantra is "Preserve the sexy!" - couldn't argue with that.Source
Jealousy threatens to wreck the upcoming marriage of gorgeous Scarlett Johansson, warn pals.
“Her fiance Ryan Reynolds is so jealous, he almost drove Scarlett away,” a friend told The Enquirer. “Now that she is marrying him, she told him in no uncertain terms to quite being jealous - after all, he’s the one who is shattering many men’s dreams of getting sexy Scarlett down the aisle. But it drives him crazy when other guys flirt with her.”
The photos were taken Jan. 31, before everybody’s favorite humanitarian, mother, and sex goddess publicly announced that she was expecting twins in August. Here are some new quotes from her interview, where she lets us inside her celebrity bubble:
On why they named their daughter Shiloh: “It’s a biblical name,” she told me, “but we didn’t name her for that. It was a name my parents almost named their first child—there was a miscarriage: Shiloh Baptist. Because my father had been shooting in Georgia and that was the most southern name [my parents] could come up with. It’s a name I always liked. I used to go under it in hotels: Shiloh Baptist. I’d gone under it when [Brad] called hotel rooms where I was staying.”
On how she plans on raising her kids religion-wise: “[My mother] was Catholic but also a child of the 60s. She stopped going to confession at one point because she was having sex before marriage. To me, she represented what religion should be. She never preached. If things didn’t make sense to her, she never just accepted it. I had Communion, but she never forced me to go to church. Brad got me this great thing for Christmas. It’s a bookshelf that has a book on every religion. That’s how we plan to raise our kids. Teach them about all religions. They can pick one or be a student of all of them. We’ll celebrate Kwanzaa for our girl. We’ll celebrate moon and water festivals for our boys. We’ll take them to temples in certain countries. Also to church.”
On Brad Pitt coming into her life unexpectedly: “After my last divorce, I said I was absolutely going to marry somebody in another field, an aid worker or something. Then I met Brad, everything I wasn’t looking for, but the best man, the best father I could possibly wish for, you know? I don’t see him as an actor. I see him very much as a dad, as somebody who loves travel and architecture more than being in movies."
On her father Jon Voight and his film Coming Home, which he won the best-actor Oscar in 1979: “Actually. I’ve never seen Coming Home. Because that was when my father left my mom, and the woman who he cheated on her with is in the film.” (When rumors surfaced about Jolie and Pitt, who was then married to Aniston, Jolie denied them, saying, in essence, Look, this is what happened to my mother, so I could never do it to another woman.)You can also read Angie’s full cover story at VanityFair.com. To see more pictures from this issue, click here.
Just imagine what her tanqueray areas look like. I can’t.
The Brazilian Job: the follow up to Paramount’s US remake of The Italian Job is still on the cards, and it’s got a 2009 release date marked. Jason Statham, Mos Def, Mark Wahlberg and Charlize Theron are attached, as is director F Gary Gray.
I, Robot 2: All we know on this one is that it’s in the scripting stages still, with a potential 2010 release date planned in. No news on Mr Smith's involvement.
I Am Legend 2: Warner’s huge Christmas 2007 hit could also have a follow up, although it’d be interesting to see if Will Smith returned to it. A 2010 release date is also being mooted for this one.
Beverly Hills Cop 4: If Die Hard can still do it at the box office, why can’t Axel Foley? Er, because the third BHC movie was crap, and a flop. Still, it’s not stopped development work going ahead on number four. No further news than that, though.
National Treasure 3: Not a huge surprise, but as the Nic Cage Indiana Jones knock off franchise has proved to be quite a juggernaut, you’ll only have to wait until 2011 for the third film in the series.
Cars 2: We spotted this on AintItCool – is Pixar really looking to make a sequel to its weakest film? Apparently so…
Toy Story 3: This one, after lots of umming and ahhing, appears to be a goer. It won’t, as was speculated, be a straight-to-DVD affair, and Tom Hanks and Tim Allen are both expected back on voicing duties. It’ll be out in 2010.
MTV went ahead with its annual star-studded movie awards at the Universal Studios lot on Sunday, hours after a spectacular blaze destroyed chunks of Hollywood history nearby.
Lindsay Lohan led the Young Hollywood charge on the red carpet, only to collect the unofficial award for most embarrassing wardrobe malfunction after being caught off guard by a gust of wind.
[The original] Tinker Bell was a disaster. The story didn’t work, too many fart jokes and lesbian innuendos. The CGI was subpar. Most importantly, Tinker Bell herself. The animation and Brit’s vocal work lacked the magic Lasseter expected with this iconic Disney character.
Then, Lasseter himself flushed everything regarding Tinker Bell, $120 million, down the toilet. And Tinker Bell went dark. [...]
[On May 29th,] Disney sent out the below press release, announcing that the new NEW voice of Tinker Bell would be…. Mae Whitman! The 19 year old actress, best known for her voice work on Avatar: The Last Airbender, The Jungle Book 2, Johnny Bravo and Superman. She was also the President’s daughter in Independence Day.
Lest you worry about where that leaves Murphy, the actress will continue to breathe new vocal life weekly into King of the Hill's sexually overstimulated Luanna Platter, while reprising her efforts as Shellie the Abused Barmaid in Sin City 2. Still, after all the multicolored fanfare, we feel somewhat robbed of a Murphy-interpreted Tinker Bell, forever nodding off in some Neverland knothole between bouts of involuntary flatulism and hot faerie-on-faerie action.
THE partner of Oscar winner Tilda Swinton has told how he is seeing another woman - with his wife's approval.
Michael Clayton star Tilda "shares" writer John Byrne with Jeanine Davies - and the trio have even met at the celebrity couple's home
John's revelation is the latest twist to his bizarre relationship with Tilda, 47, who openly travels the world her toyboy lover, German painter Sandro Kopp, 29.
She and John still live happily with their 10-year-old twins in Nairn.
John, 68, the man behind Your Cheatin' Heart and Tutti Frutti, told us of his two-year relationship with theatre lighting director Jeanine, 42.
The writer said: "I can say that Jeanine and I have been in a relationship for almost the past two years.
"We have not hidden away and Jeanine is very much part of my life.
"Tilda knows all about it and is more than happy with the situation. It's all very relaxed and very amicable. She has Sandro and the arrangement works very well."
Honestly, I think Sandro is a significant upgrade for Tilda and respect her desire to stay together with the father of her kids, even if it is a non-traditional arrangement.
Pop Acts On TV This Week
Monday, June 02 2008 @ 06:01:59 CDT
Pop acts on television this week include:
Matt Costa, who performs on 'The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson' on Monday.
Donna Summer, who performs on 'The Late Show with David Letterman' on Monday.
The B-52s, who perform on 'Live with Regis and Kelly' on Tuesday.
Jewel, who performs on 'Live with Regis and Kelly' and 'Late Night with Conan O'Brien' on Wednesday, and 'Tavis Smiley' on Friday.
The Ting Tings, who perform on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' on Friday.
Rock Acts On TV This Week
Monday, June 02 2008 @ 06:03:32 CDT
Rock acts on television this week include:
The Raconteurs, who perform on 'Late Night with Conan O'Brien' on Monday.
Jackie Greene, who performs on 'Late Night' on Tuesday.
The Cliks, who perform on 'Total Request Live' on Wednesday.
Coldplay, who perform on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' on Wednesday and 'The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos' on Friday.
Gavin Rossdale, who visits 'TRL' on Thursday and performs on 'The Late Show with David Letterman' on Friday.
Lightspeed Champion, who perform on 'Late Night' on Friday.
R&B Acts On TV This Week
Monday, June 02 2008 @ 06:04:02 CDT
R&B acts on television this week include:
Ashanti, who visits '106 & Park' on Monday and 'Total Request Live' on Tuesday, and performs on 'Good Morning America' and 'Live with Regis and Kelly' on Friday.
Usher, who performs on 'The Tonight Show with Jay Leno' on Tuesday and 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' on Thursday.
Al Green, who performs on 'The Late Show' on Thursday.
Chris Brown, who performs on 'Today' on Friday.
Rap Acts On TV This Week
Monday, June 02 2008 @ 06:02:26 CDT
Rap acts on television this week include:
G-Unit, who visit '106 & Park' on Tuesday.
N.E.R.D., who perform on 'The Tonight Show with Jay Leno' on Wednesday.
Flobots, who perform on 'The Tonight Show' on Thursday.
To the piece's author, Alexandria Symonds, she wrote:
You, Ms. Symonds, are obviously a fundamentally bitter woman. You degrade the work ethic and academic values of a 17-year-old in order to cure your self-consciousness and upset at perhaps never being recognized for your work when you're through with "The Specator." In fact, if my staff hadn't been excitedly 'googling' every article written about our (national television) show, I would never had come across your disgusting piece.
The young and beautiful cast of next season's "Real World" will live the suite life in a $6 million, two-story penthouse perched high above downtown Brooklyn.
The art deco-era Belltel Lofts on Bridge St. was named Sunday as the site of the MTV reality show's 21st season after weeks of frantic speculation.
"We're excited," said David Bistricer, owner of the 27-story building that once held a telephone company but was converted to condos last year.
"It is what it is. It's the 'Real World.'"
The 6,000-square-foot, two-story penthouse includes two terraces, five bedrooms and 10-foot windows. A Jacuzzi and other amenities are also on the way, said Bistricer, whose building beat out 24 other Brooklyn digs for the starring role on the show.
source --- with more pictures of the penthouse
it's also said this house will have the "dubious distinction" of being the smallest of the 20 previous real world homes... poor things.
Included among his credits is the role of Jack (of beanstalk fame): "When I was 16, I was cast by [Stephen] Sondheim for a six-week workshop of Into the Woods. One day, Sondheim came in, with [the just-written] 'Giants in the Sky.' He pointed to me, and said, 'This is for Bobby.' I pretty much could have died."
Kelsey Grammer is hospitalized in Hawaii after suffering a mild heart attack, his rep says.
The 53-year-old Frasier star is "resting comfortably" and is expected to be released early this week, the rep says in a statement.
"Grammer experienced symptoms Saturday morning after paddle boarding with his wife Camille at their Hawaiian home," the statement says. "Grammer was immediately taken to an area hospital where it was determined that he had a mild heart attack."
PICTURE the scene – a sweltering midsummer night in Somerset.
One hundred thousand smiling punters gripped by communal euphoria as Dark Side Of The Moon, one of the greatest British albums ever, is performed by one of its creators during a headline slot on the Pyramid stage.
Sounds like the recipe for a pretty perfect Glastonbury moment, doesn’t it?
Well, not if you’re organiser MICHAEL EAVIS, it doesn’t.
The dairy farmer has nixed the chance of that happening later this month after rejecting an offer from PINK FLOYD frontman DAVID GILMOUR to play at the bash.
It truly beggars belief.
The silver-haired prog lord personally contacted the Glasto kingpin to offer his services for the event from June 27 to 29 only to be told he was surplus to requirements.
No disrespect to THE VERVE, but their classy Britrock is no match for the might of the Floyd. KINGS OF LEON’s muddy swamp blues doesn’t even come close.
And JAY-Z’s hip hop couldn’t hope to replicate the awesome atmosphere of hearing Wish You Were Here pumped out across a field late at night at a deafening volume either.
It’s a titanic mistake from Eavis.
My spy tells me: “Dave has always had a soft spot for Glastonbury. He’s got a window in his touring plans and thought he’d contact Michael about performing.
“And while Michael was grateful for the offer he turned it down. He wants the event to appeal to a younger generation and feels that Dave wouldn’t.”
Eavis is attempting to get a new generation interested in Glastonbury.
But his scheme has backfired. This year’s lineup has led to the fest not selling out, something unthinkable over the event’s recent history.
He’s dangerously out of touch with a public – youngsters and all – who would have delighted in some Floyd action.
The prog pioneers were scheduled to play the very first Glastonbury Fayre in 1970 but missed their slot because they couldn’t get their kit on to the Pyramid stage.
Gilmour’s Floyd bandmate ROGER WATERS returned to the scene in 2002 and was warmly received.
He had walked away from the rockers in the early Eighties after the release of another of their landmark records – The Wall.
The pair were then involved in a bitter legal battle for years over who had the right to use the band’s name as the original members continued touring and recording without him into the mid-Nineties.
The multi-million-selling outfit regrouped for the first time in 24 years when they played Live 8 in 2005.
Michael, it’s not too late to reconsider.
Jessica Szohr shows off a natural look at the Target and Converse One Star Collection Movie Awards after party at the Lot in West Hollywood on Sunday.
At the party, the 23-year-old Gossip Girl actress got on stage with Rumer Willis and danced to M.I.A. (aka Maya Arulpragasam) singing “Paper Planes”! The singer was dressed in a techno-colored jester suit and sang for 30 minutes including “London Town”.
The interesting part of the night, however, was when M.I.A. hopped up on a photo booth and announced, “They’re giving me $100,000. I’m going to use it to build schools in Liberia! It costs $2,000 to build a school for 1,000.”
girls aloud > sexier > sugababes?
Top Chef host PADMA LAKSHMI was a vision in pink and gold as she rocked this billowy strapless number by Lanvin to the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of Baby Mama. Meanwhile, The Incredible Hulk actress LIV TYLER paired the dainty little dress with a matching clutch and animal print peep-toes.
WHO OWNS IT?
This is the second time in two weeks that Shauna Sand has been photographed without wearing her exquisite lucite heels. How is she able to stand without her lucite beauties? You would think her feet would reject anything that wasn't made out of the finest stripper crystal aka lucite.
Those black things on her feet are trash! They belong on commoners like Posh Spice or Kim Kardashian. Shauna only deserves the best.
Even worse, Shauna wore them to the Chanel store yesterday. Double betrayal! Did Shauna not get the memo that we're boycotting Chanel for what they did to Phoebe Price? I can forgive Shauna for her Chanel mishap as long she puts her exquisite lucite heels back on and never takes them off again!
Look who’s all grown up!
Former teen queen Hilary Duff was a veritable glamour queen as she attended the 2008 CFDA Fashion Awards at The New York Public Library in New York City today.
Leaving her hockey player beau Mike Comrie at home, Miss Duff opted to take American designer Michael Kors as her date for the night
Sabrina in Detroit: Will Oprah guest on 30 Rock next season?
I'm hearing NBC is trying to make it happen! How much would that rule?! Jane Krakowski had this to say: "It’d be pretty cool if Oprah shows up as Liz's best friend. What’s going to happen to Gayle then? Wait, I’m her best friend on the show. What’s going to happen to me?!" I don't know, but for the record, Jane, I will totally BFF you!
David in Tampa, Fla.: Do you have any early scoop for next season on Smallville?
Yep! It's not easy being green, but apparently it pays to be Green Arrow. My sources tell me that Justin Hartley will be back on Smallville as Green Arrow/Oliver Queen for the majority of the season. Me = tickled pink. Love that guy.
Janet in R.I.: Anything new to report on Harold Perrineau’s death on Lost? I was so sad to see him go!
You and me both, babe. But the good news is that Harold is set to star in a dramedey on ABC (he was cast in the pilot The Unusuals), which is music to my ears. If you’ve seen much of H.P. in real life, you know he is (a) hilarious, (b) funny and (a) did I mention the funny? And of course, he can act his ass off. Personally, I never felt like poor, unlikable Mikey-poo did him much justice, so a fresh start where he can flaunt his comedy chops sounds good all around to me. Just my opinion! If you disagree, let mama have it in the comments below...