Pick of the Week
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Here’s my grab-bag pick of last weeks best illustration inspiring celebrity gossip, scandals, arts, entertainment, & just plain quirky stories & picture sexiness. A weekly round-up for busy pervs. There’s pictures—reading optional.
Disclaimer: Any comments I make are purely satirical, totally without foundation, and are as likely to form a cast line up for Fifty Shades of Grey as anything else.
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This weeks stories & pics
Kate Moss gave covered-nudes for new Versace ad (thesun.co.uk)…
But wore no knickers filming in London (dailymail.co.uk).
Now that’s dedication to one’s art. Certainly begs the question what her body double for the ad is required for: is that for the sequence where she bends over and spreads her cheeks? Which with Kate BTW is the only part of her the paparazzi have missed getting a sneaky shot of, and they really need to try harder. I really need to know if it’s a pink or a brown eye.
Here’s the uncensored pics (hotcelebshome.com).
“The TV presenter’s revealing black lace dress worn during the final of the reality singing competition provoked 139 complaints.”
Obviously the same callers that dialled in remarking they’d seen too much of J.Lo’s buttocks on Britain’s Got Talent. Whatever next? Countdown’s Rachel Riley pulling a string of consonants out her minge?
Rita Ora was a teaser in Malta (thesun.co.uk)…
Performing at the Isle of MTV concert (gotceleb.com)…
Then jetting home to give Glastonbury’s Pyramid Stage a show of her bum (dailymail.co.uk).
Her hand was going deep south down that girl’s pants in the second picture!
Here’s the pics—with tongue (gotceleb.com).
Miley humping those dancers, clearly in need of a strap-on (HQ pics).
Emma Watson was urbane for GQ (hotcelebshome.com).
“In the online promotional video Paltrow engages in a sultry dance as she sports a lacy black lingerie set, complete with suspenders and sheer fabric.”
Then proceeds to say “And I’ve got a helluva bush under there!”
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The Fifty Shades of Grey film finally has a release date! (gossipcenter.com).
“There’s tons of speculation surrounding the film adaptation of the uber-popular Fifty Shades of Grey novel series, but one thing is for sure—it’ll hit theaters on August 1st, 2014.”
Likely in fear that it’s bondage-bubble will burst, although still with no director it at least has a release date. Cast to follow I assume. Who have we had Chinese whispered so far for the Anastasia Steele role? Emma Watson, Mila Kunis, Alexis Bledel. Who are we likely to get? I’d give Tulisa Contostavlos a call.
Arts, tech. & funnies
The V for Vendetta mask: how a worldwide protest icon was born (news.uk.msn.com).
“As the symbol of the anarchist movement, perhaps it’s fitting that the V for Vendetta mask was only created by sheer chance.”
I don’t think it’s a symbol of the anarchist movement, MSN, they go in for the black flag and all that, but it has certainly empowered protestors and hactivists of many agendas. Interestingly David Lloyd, the artist, who has lent his support to the Occupy movement answers thus to the question of would he ever wear one:
“I don’t think there’s any point in demonstrating, the way the world is now, whatever government you have you are still ruled by oppressive corporations and power structures.”
You can catch the full Q&A With David Lloyd, V For Vendetta artist and creator of the Guy Fawkes mask here (ibtimes.com).
Do high fashion and art really mix? A Sydney exhibition explores (guardian.co.uk).
“Fashion is like art, argues Sherman, in her introduction to this catalogue. It is but one of society’s many cultural manifestations and can be analysed and decrypted, perhaps by experts using semiotics, or by laypeople who know what they like, using their taste and discernment.”
I think they should have had Lady Gaga riding that bull to make a statement, that I do.
“The National Gallery and other art establishments are reviewing security. It said: ‘The painting was removed for treatment. There’s no lasting damage.’ The Hay Wain was back on display four hours later.”
The Guardian’s Jonathan Jones, who recently mused that new function for royal portraits could be to provide a safety valve for rage and save more important works of art from destruction (guardian.co.uk) is likely to call for the death penalty to be reinstated.
Jack Vettriano was “honoured” to finally have major exhibition (telegraph.co.uk)…
But The Telegraph’s Alastair Smart laments it (telegraph.co.uk).
“How many of us are just a little bit jealous that this well-known lothario (who models the seducers in his paintings on himself) has managed to have quite so much sex on the back of so little talent?”
Should we start with you, Alastair?
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