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Here's my grab-bag pick of last weeks best celebrity gossip, scandals, arts, entertainment sexiness, & just plain quirky stories and pictures. A weekly round-up for busy pervs! There's pictures—reading optional.
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This weeks stories & pics
"Her already ample chest has reportedly already increased from a 36D to a 36G—with the growth of several cup sizes showing no matter what she wears."
I imagine Kanye is hard at work tailoring something spectacular for them right now!
Here's a pair of extra big ones:
Here's Katy Perry's big bombs in attendance anyway (hotcelebuzz.com) …
And pics from Taylor Swift's performance (hawtcelebs.com).
WTF? Who Photoshopped that dude onto the bottom of pic #18? Ah, was he something to do with using her Grammy's performance to get back at that floppy-haired rascal Harry Styles? (news.uk.msn.com).
Here's those Antarctic bikini pics: Kate Upton—Sports Illustrated 2013 Swimsuit (hotcelebshome.com) …
Behati Prinsloo gave some cheeky candids for Victoria's Secret in Miami (hotcelebshome.com) …
As did fellow Southern African Candice Swanepoel (hotcelebshome.com).
Nina Agdal volleyed balls at Miami beach (hotcelebshome.com) …
And Brazilian Lais Ribeiro displayed her prize pins (egotastic.com).
Updated 3rd May 2015.
Link changed. Most hotcelebshome.com links are no no longer available.
"One of Lindsay Lohan's lawyers is admitting she can't get in touch with her, can't make her sit down for a deposition in a pending lawsuit—and, most importantly, she doesn't want to get blamed for her client's world class flakiness."
Flakiness. That must be a legal term TMZ is quoting. I always find the online vitriol spat at Li-Lo stupefying considering that the mantra of online communities could be summed up by the Po-Mo sociologist Jean Baudrillard:
"Perhaps the world's second worst crime is boredom. The first is being a bore."
Surely for a gossip-obsessed culture she is neither. Charlie Sheen gets away with it with winning approval. Double-standards?
Side-boob or ass for Mila Kunis, but not both (celebrity.uk.msn.com).
Alas, that does not bode well for her rumoured role in Fifty Shades of Grey movie. So, what's it gonna be for you? Mila side-boob? Mila ass?
Here's Mila at the Oz The Great And Powerful premiere (gotceleb.com).
With all that attention, expect the real-deal coming real soon.
I had no joy locating an uncensored copy of that clip. If you've had better luck, I'd appreciate it if you'd send a link along.
Miranda Kerr flashed her lady nest during beach cartwheel (egotastic.com).
That answers that question then.
Here's Miranda in a photoshoot for Purple Magazine (hotcelebuzz.com).
To take the piss?
Adrianne Curry is up to that again on Twitter.
Whoa! Is she about to take a perpendicular piss in that fourth pic?
Ke$ha drank her own pee … and it's on tape (tmz.com).
"Ke$ha leaked the information to BBC 1 radio, saying she imbibed her own urine while filming an upcoming MTV documentary called 'Ke$ha: My Crazy Beautiful Life.'"
.:: Top column 2 ::.
Rihanna was naked in the tub for new video (thesun.co.uk).
"She is seen taking off her clothes before submerging herself into the tub, then in a series of close-up shots the 24-year-old singer lays in the blue-tinged water as gripping emotions pass across her face."
Oh, isn't that always the way when you dip into that tub; those gripping emotions grab on hold of your cheeks. It's either the Radox or that big-billed rubber duckie took a dive. Blimey! Nipplage at 00:12!
Her "Mary Jane will be my Valentine" tweets ruffled some old feathers though.
"The second, tweeted on February 15, shows a large marijuana plant grown in the shape of a leaf and was accompanied by the words, 'Roses are green! Somebody knows how to make me happy'."
Some expressed their disapproval, which, unlike those quoted in the article, I'm sure went more like "we didn't do that in my day!" No, of course you didn't, because you couldn't get any back then with rationing n' all.
Here's RiRi puffing away in Rolling Stone outtakes (hotcelebuzz.com).
Miley Cyrus almost had a nip-slip at the pre-Grammy Gala (hotcelebshome.com) …
Then almost slipped a boob in NYC (egotastic.com) …
Arts, tech. & funnies
Australian hurdler Michelle Jenneke jumps into Sports Illustrated (huffingtonpost.com).
A video of a pre-race dance at the IAAF World Junior Championship went viral last summer and has landed the 19-year-old an SI bikini shoot.
Remember it? Well, here it is if not.
Anyway, here's Michelle's Sports Illustrated pictorial (gotceleb.com).
Chubby Checker sued company over cheeky phone app that uses his name (news.uk.msn.com).
"'The Chubby Checker' is a phone app […] and claims it can predict what a man's packing below the belt based on his shoe size."
El Chapo heads the largest of the Mexican crime syndicates, the Sinaloa Cartel, which the US Intelligence Community considers the most powerful drug trafficking organization in the world, with a proclivity for brutal executions.
“The head of Mexico’s Sinaloa Cartel was captured overnight by U.S. and Mexican authorities at a hotel in Mazatlan, Mexico, before being presented to the media as he was escorted onto a waiting helicopter en route to a secure facility.”
Read more in Pick of the Week 26th February 2014.
Banksy artwork recovered by police (news.uk.msn.com).
"The original of Wrong War by Bristol's renowned graffiti artist and a signed print of No Ball Games were bought for £12,990 last month."
ArtRage 4 offers digital painting using Windows 8 multi-touch (digitalartsonline.co.uk).
I'm not a user, but ArtRage receives a lot of positive attention that is not just related to its low cost $49.90 (approx. £32).
Valentine's showed UK's most romantic towns are in Essex (digitalspy.co.uk).
Because we bit like that down here, you see. Much love to those of you that sent me a card. ♥
"Dr Gail Dines, a British-American academic based at Wheelock College in Boston, [believes] that Britain would be next to attempt to filter out the 'increasingly brutal and hardcore imagery which is now the standard'."
Well, she could be right. Since 2008 we have a ban on in places vaguely-worded "extreme porn" introduced by the much-maligned Labour government in the Section 63 of the Criminal Justice and Immigration Act 2008, but recently court cases have demonstrated how much it has been misused. And at the end of last year a bill to defaultly filter online porn was first rejected but then passed after a hue and cry by the tabloids.
The main question still remains though. Is it even possible to enforce when access, no matter how much filtering hoops they make people jump through, with a proxy is so easy?
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