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Pick of the week

Pick of the week

24th September 2012

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Here's my pick of last weeks best quirky stories and pictures.

Disclaimer: Any comments I make are purely satirical, totally without foundation, and likely borrowed from a Bryan Ferry solo album too.

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Updated 28th September 2012.
A link to topless photos Heidi Klum considering legal action over added.

This weeks stories & pics

AnnaLynne McCord
AnnaLynne McCord's frequent wardrobe malfunctions do much to demonstrate the quantum theory that reality is affected by the act of being observed: the greater the amount of "watching", the greater the observer's influence is on what actually takes place!

"She drinks, she fights, she fornicates": troubled Lindsay Lohan lives the life of Elizabeth Taylor in new Liz & Dick trailer (

Lindsay Lohan's latest run-in with the law had even looked set to overshadow her long-awaited return to acting and …

Life imitates art with new Liz & Dick poster after Lindsay Lohan is embroiled in hit-and-run claim (

Opps! AnnaLynne McCord flashed her lady nest on the red carpet (

AnnaLynne's penchant for wardrobe malfunctions is something I'll never, ever tire of. ♥

Eva Longoria's bare ass and Raquel Zimmermann's legs ( in Jork Weismann's book Asleep At The Chateau (

Rihanna shows off new chest tattoo in teeny bikini (

"Rihanna recently added a huge tattoo to her array of body art, and she's ready to show it off."

Kristen Stewart said topless scene "no big deal" (

"The Twilight actress bares her breasts in On The Road, director Walter Salles' adaptation of the Jack Kerouac novel, but she told MTV that she wasn't worried about the scenes."

And you can take a peek at the nawty bits here (Pick of the Week, 5th August 2012).

Salma Hayek showed off her huge Savages at photocall in London (

Holy chichis!

Christina Aguilera debuted "Your Body" music video teaser (

Selena Gomez relaxed in a bikini (

Pixie Lott gave an upskirt leaving the Rose Club in London (, thank you Tomcat).

Sofia Vergara and her hot ass hit the town (

Hayden Panettiere—photoshoot by Davis Factor (

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Candice Swanepoel's is bigger than yours (

Arts, tech. & funnies

The Pre-Raphaelites: Sanctity, sex and death (

"The bold strokes of the Pre-Raphaelites explored repressed desires long before Surrealism."

The sexual symbolism used by the Pre-Raphaelites in the repressive Victorian era is the subject of debate revolving around the Tate Britain's exhibition Pre-Raphaelites: Victorian Avant-Garde (

Related story:

Art has always been packed with good sex (Pick of the Week, 17th September 2012).

How a Fifty Shades of Grey rival borrows from Duchamp (

The Bride Stripped Bare, a rival to EL James's bestselling novel, reminds the Guardian's Jonathan Jones of the Marcel Duchamp's grinding dadaist masterpiece from which it borrows its name.

Is it not just as likely that the title is lifted from the Bryan Ferry solo album of the same name?

Microsoft urged Internet Explorer users to install free security tool in wake of security flaw (

German government urged citizens to stop using Internet Explorer (

Microsoft managed to release an emergency update for Internet Explorer that fixed the vulnerabily before the week was out, so if your Windows Update is on you are likely covered.

More details on the particular security flaw can be found here (

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Tags: AnnaLynne McCord, Candice Swanepoel, Christina Aguilera, Eva Longoria, Fifty Shades of Grey, Hayden Panettiere, Heidi Klum, Kristen Stewart, Lindsay Lohan, Pixie Lott, Pre-Raphaelites, Rihanna, Salma Hayek, Selena Gomez, Sofia Vergara,


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