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    “Let's be honest, I had a good run at lead roles, and it's kind of nice to be out of it.”

    EN Movies - Winona Ryder says she’s “had her go” at playing leading ladies.

    The actress has been a Hollywood favourite since she appeared in Beetlejuice when she was just 17. After that she starred in a host of hit movies such as Heathers and Edward Scissorhands. In recent years Winona has been happy to take a back seat, with smaller but impressive performances in films like Black Swan.

    As you get older, it becomes more about how good a role is rather than how large it is. So I loved those parts in Black Swan and The Iceman. When you are younger, we all think, 'I want to be the lead, I have to be the lead,' but no offence to anyone, the supporting parts are often better,” she told British newspaper The Independent. “It's nice not to have everything focused on you. For example, with Natalie Portman in Black Swan, I felt, 'It's your turn now, I had my go.'

    “Let's be honest, I had a good run at lead roles, and it's kind of nice to be out of it.”

    The 40-year-old star hasn’t always had an easy journey. Aged just 20, Winona was batting depression and anxiety. In 2001, she was arrested for shoplifting in California.

    She has explained that achieving success as a teenager eventually took its toll on her health and happiness.

    “Remember, I was so young when I started acting. I have been doing this now for 30 years,” she added. “And after a while, you get weary. But you are so conditioned to working, and you are surrounded by all these people telling you what to do, that you can just go mental.”


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    RZA’s first film, The Man With the Iron Fists, hits theaters November 2nd. A number of songs from the movie’s soundtrack have already surfaced, and today brings Kanye West’s contribution, “White Dress.” RZA stopped by FADER this month to talk about the project, and explained a little bit about “White Dress,” which he produced wuth Kanye and Tapez and Boogz, came to be.

    I brought Kanye West in first. He came into the editing room, and he went and wrote a beautiful song for the scene I showed him. A beautiful scene with a lot of beautiful ladies. He just said, ‘Wow, that’s beautiful. The colors is beautiful. The girls is definitely pretty.” And I said, ‘Well listen to what Lucy Liu starts to sing. That idea is all you need to take. It’s gotta be about somebody lovely.” I had given him one other piece of advice. I said, ‘Think of Ghostface in the sense of how Ghostface did ‘Ice Cream’. And on “Wildflower,” where he kinda raps all the way through it. On ‘Wildflower’ Ghostface does a super long verse, and Kanye’s second verse here is actually super long. We finished the song and he actually said to me, ‘I tried to make it Ghostface long.’

    I'm feeling this. It is very Kanye.

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    Battling lactating breasts as a man is better with a partner, apparently.

    The-Dream, pictured above back in August with his new boo on his arm at an event, is continuing to find love in the most destitute places. In King Sweet N’ Petite’s defense, his first marriage to that muppet moonlighting as a R&B singer seemed borderline opportunistic but we didn't know him enough back then genuine but his second time up to bat — negative.

    Now the rumor mill is buzzing that the new leading lady in his life is taking Terius for a sweet ride.

    The Dirty — Nik, R&B Singer ‘The Dream’ cheated on his girlfriend & dropped his wife for this Asian girl. He proposed to her & he DOESNT EVEN KNOW HER REAL NAME!!! He tattoo’d “Seung” on his arm of her & she announced on her personal page they were engaged but…. her name is actually Lydia Nam from Toronto.

    This girl is a mess. She has been charged with child endangerment in Canada so Christina Milian (his hot singer ex-wife) better watch out. Here is a picture of her dressed up as a “Gold Digger” for Halloween. She is known in Toronto for being an escort. She completely discarded her best friend of many years to change her identity to be with him. She’s a huge sham. Terius Nash proves hes a BIG DUMMY yet again! | via Rhymes With Snitch


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    Syd March is an employee at a clinic that sells injections of live viruses harvested from sick celebrities to obsessed fans. Biological communion - for a price. Syd also supplies illegal samples of these viruses to piracy groups, smuggling them from the clinic in his own body. When he becomes infected with the disease that kills super sensation Hannah Geist, Syd becomes a target for collectors and rabid fans. He must unravel the mystery surrounding her death before he suffers the same fate. 

    Set in a futuristic environment, Mars et Avril tells the story of an elderly musician and his instrument maker who both become obsessed with the same woman. She agrees to be the model for their next musical instrument but then gets lost in a virtual world on the way to Mars.

    In this exploration of the elusive nature of truth and memory, Oscar-nominated writer/director Sarah Polley (Away from Her) discovers that the truth depends on who’s telling it. Polley is both filmmaker and detective as she investigates the secrets behind a family of storytellers. She playfully interrogates a cast of characters of varying reliability, eliciting refreshingly candid, yet mostly contradictory, answers to the same questions. As each relates their version of the family mythology, present-day recollections shift into nostalgia-tinged glimpses of a lively, fun-loving past and the shadows just beneath. Polley unravels the paradoxes to reveal the essence of family: a messy, intense and loving tangle of />

    I might go see Antiviral since its being released tonight. I so wanted to see Mars et Avril, which was also supposed to be released today, but it doesn't seem to be in any theatres near me. :(

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    Here's what the stolen personal footage meant

    “Since i was 14 i have had a lot of things said about me, from dying, to taking hormones, to dying again, to stuff about my family… to saying i had a baby with a woman i never even met. nude pics, drugs, my family, my character… but today… today i get to be in on it… so to all of you… enjoy. let’s go for the 10 million mark!” - Justin Bieber


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    All smiles despite her recent family drama, Lindsay Lohan was seen leaving Giorgio Baldi restaurant in Santa Monica, California on Friday (October 12).

    The "Canyons" actress wore a black long-sleeved top and matching short shorts with her heels as she carried a Mr. Pink Ginseng Vitamin drink.


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    S.H.I.E.L.D. Casting News: Clark Gregg to Reprise His Avengers Role

    Clark Gregg will appear in Joss Whedon‘s Marvel’s S.H.I.E.L.D. pilot for ABC, reprising the his role as agent Phil Coulson, whom he has previously played on the big screen in the Iron Man movies, Thor and, most recently, Whedon’s The Avengers.

    “Did you ever think there would be a S.H.I.E.L.D. show without Agent Phil Coulson?” Marvel Studios President Kevin Feig said in announcing the news Saturday at the New York Comic-Con. Marvel’s S.H.I.E.L.D., as it is now being listed, is being executive-produced by Joss Whedon, his brother Jed Whedon, Maurissa Tancharoen, Jeffrey Bell and Jeph Loeb, and written by the Whedons and Tancharoen.


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    Former Today anchor Ann Curry claimed she was fired over wanting to wear flat shoes and her gray hair, and producers compared her multi-colored style to Toucan Sam.

    Ann Curry has suggested that she was fired by NBC because she has gray hair, wore clothes that were too frumpy and hated wearing high heels.

    The former Today anchor - who was sacked after just a year in the job - claimed that she was mocked by a colleague for looking like Froot Loops mascot Toucan Sam one day when she wore a multicoloured dress.

    Whenever she tried to wear clogs and flats it didn’t ‘go over very well with my bosses’, she said in an interview.

    Instead she was asked to wear ‘ridiculously high heels’ because female viewers would coo over her footwear, even though she didn’t like them.

    Curry also suggested that her refusal to dye her hair may have played a part as it is ‘not tolerated’ on a female TV presenter.

    Her move to Today has burned her so badly that she may even now quit television entirely to become a teacher.

    Curry, 55, was replaced by Savannah Guthrie, 40, last month as co-anchor on Today as it struggles to cope with the ratings war against arch rival Good Morning America on ABC.

    The interview in Ladies Home Journal was carried out before she was sacked and includes the unfortunate headline: ‘The Natural: Ann Curry gets real...about her future at Today’.

    It makes clear how hard the former foreign correspondent who championed serious reporting in war zones found the transition to morning TV.

    In the piece she says: ‘One day I wore a multicoloured dress and someone asked if I was trying to be Toucan Sam. But I chose it because I thought, this will perk up America. I’m encouraged by my bosses to wear these ridiculously high heel shoes because women say: ‘I love your shoes!’ So if it makes women happy, I’ll wear them. But I’m still going to be me’.

    'Elsewhere she also admits: ‘I’ve tried to wear clogs and flats and it hasn’t gone over very well with my bosses’.

    In words which go against the grain of female presenters, Curry explained that she wants to embrace hold age and accepts her wrinkles as they ‘connect me to my family’.

    Curry said: ‘I’ve got cellulite because it runs in my family. I’ve got gray hair because I won’t dye it. I want to be about to honour my family by looking exactly as they did as they got older. Of course I want to look my best. I eat right, exercise and use skin cream. I try to wear nice clothes. But I don’t want to change the fundamental parts of me because it means changing who I am.'

    Curry said that that in the past women who work on TV ‘haven’t been allowed’ to go gray, but that she was going to do so anyway. She said: ‘I think showing some gray is authentic...true beauty is a face you have lived in’.

    Curry has finally gone to London to help cover the Olympics as was reportedly promised to her when she was removed from the Today couch.

    Before she was sacked however there were reports that she had angered executives and infuriated Today anchor Matt Lauer, with whom she struggled to develop an on-air chemistry.

    Responding to the criticism, Curry said: ‘It's hard not to take it personally. You worry, Am I not good enough? Am I not what people need? Am I asking the right questions?

    ‘When people say negative things or speculate, you can't help but feel hurt. I know NBC pays my salary but I have never doubted who I work for. I think about the people who watch. They're the ones who matter to me. I want to feel I haven't dropped the ball when it comes to them.’

    In a searingly brutal section, Curry opened up about the self-doubt the she still feels despite being a successful career woman. She said that she doesn’t ‘understand my worth’ and that it is a ‘chronic condition for women’.

    Curry said: ‘I'm not talking about professionally. I'm talking about in our personal lives. We constantly punish ourselves with degrading thoughts when we look at ourselves in the mirror. We allow people to treat us poorly, we allow our husbands or boyfriends to get away with things or we have relationships with girlfriends or colleagues who don't treat us well.'

    ‘We don't defend ourselves as we would our own children. Women have demanded and gotten better jobs and more power. But the one thing we deserve is a better relationship with ourselves. We waste too much time beating ourselves up. I think at my age of 55, it's time to stop doing that.’

    Curry will now reportedly make a return to foreign reporting and keep her $10m a year contract with NBC, which has two years left on it.

    But asked where she sees her future, Curry said: ‘I've been at Today for 15 years and I'd love to make it to 20. I think eventually I want to become a teacher, like my father wanted to be, and hopefully positively influence the next generation.’



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    Actress Taryn Manning was ordered to stay away from her 23-year-old assistant Friday, after allegedly instigating a vicious brawl that left the young woman bruised all over her head and body. Manning, 33 — who played Eminem's ex-girlfriend in “8-Mile” — allegedly punched, scratched and kicked Holliann Hartman in the face; scratched her face and neck; choked her; and slammed her head against the floor and wall, according to the criminal complaint released at her arraignment Friday morning..

    Petite and haggard-looking, Manning said nothing as she left the courthouse. She wore black skinny-jeans, a white striped sweater and a shawl draped over her head like Jackie-O. The catfight was triggered after the two had spent a grueling day traveling to release Manning’s new music video, claimed her attorney, Joseph Tacopina.

    They had a late-night argument that turned into a bit of a physical altercation."

    He described the whole thing as an isolated incident that occurred because the two had been working long hours together as the actress launches her new song. Manning is charged with misdemeanor assault and choking. A Manhattan Supreme Court Judge Alexander Tish released the stressed-out songstress without bail and ordered her to stay away from Hartman until the next court date, scheduled Nov. 13.

    "If you know about Taryn, and her track record and her background, she's not a petulant little kid," said Tacopina. "She's a 33-year-old, serious, well-accomplished actress, artist who is here promoting her song on Vh1.”

    Tacopina called the assistant Manning’s “longtime friend,” and downplayed the scuffle.He said Hartman called to say she does not wish to pursue the case. He could not say if alcohol was involved. "She's part of the Manning family,” said Tacopina of the assistant. “She stays with the mother and Taryn in California.”

    He would not say exactly what the argument was about. "There are some personal issues that they've had," he said. "Disagreements that friends who spend every waking moment together have on occasion."

    The incident occurred early Thursday morning at 5 a.m. in the actress’ room at the swanky Dream Downtown hotel on W. 16th St. She was booked Thursday night. Police said Hartman was bruised on her head and body.


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    Rihanna fires up the cover of Vogue. The “Diamonds” singer graces the fashion bible for the second time in the U.S. and fourth time worldwide. She rocks short black hair and a red dress as she sits in a field with the tagline, “I love to have fun!” The magazine hits newsstands later this month.

    “Mama I made it! Here’s #2,” tweeted RiRi.

    Earlier this week, Rihanna announced that her seventh album Unapologetic will arrive on Monday, November 19. She also unveiled the cover, in which she poses naked with only black and white words covering her body.

    rap up

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    Linda Blair in "The Exorcist" in 1973 ... and now.


    Will Sandin as Young Michael Myers in 1978's "Halloween" ... and now.


    Harvey Stephens in "The Omen" in 1976 ... and now.


    Alex Vincent in "Child's Play" in 1988 ... and now.


    John Franklin in "Children of the Corn" in 1984 ... and now.


    Drew Barrymore in "Firestarter" in 1984 ... and now.


    Courtney Gaines in "Children of the Corn" in 1984 ... and now.


    Miko Hughes in "Pet Sematary" in 1989 ... and today.


    Oliver Robbins in "Poltergeist" in 1982 ... and now.


    Danny Pintauro in "Cujo" in 1983 ... and now.


    Corey Feldman in "Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter" in 1984 ... and now.


    Kirsten Dunst in "Interview with the Vampire" in 1994 ... and now.


    Thomas Dekker in 1995 remake of "Village of the Damned" ... and now.


    Macaulay Culkin in "The Good Son" in 1993 ... and today.


    Thora Birch in "Hocus Pocus" in 1993 ... and now.


    Christina Ricci in "The Addams Family" in 1991 ... and now.


    Twins Kaitlyn and Kristen Hooper in "The Addams Family" in 1993 ... and one of them now.


    Joshua Miller in "Near Dark" back in 1987 ... and today.


    Daveigh Chase in "The Ring" in 2002 ... and now.

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    Who's your favorite horror movie kid ONTD?

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    Kimberly Peirce's Carrie is going to stay pretty true to the Stephen King book. The first ever teaser trailer for the horror remake premiered at New York Comic-Con showing one big difference from the 1976 Brian De Palma flick. This time Carrie is going after the city.

    Before Chloe Moretz, Julianne Moore, Kimberly Peirce and producer Kevin Misher took to the stage at NYCC, they presented a short little teaser for Carrie. Here's what we saw:

    An eagle-eye shot pans over a dark city. There's a voiceover of a man muttering about destruction and saying, "I don't want to say it as a conspiracy, but..." The camera pans over what can only be an old high school, the whole thing is in flames. The windows are bursting with flames, but the camera doesn't stop there; it moves forward. Fireballs of debris litter the street, and a girl speaks in a different voiceover, "Her Mother was a fanatic. I don't know how she lived with her." The camera zooms to street level, showing more and more destruction—the town is in flames. Finally, it stops on a girl standing in front of a bonfire in the town center. It's Carrie. She's covered in blood and looks completely freaked out. The End.

    EDIT: Oh I forgot, someone is singing over the whole teaser. I believe it's Julianne Moore crooning the song her character sings to Carrie in the book. But that's not confirmed.

    So, obviously, this version of the film is going to be a lot more similar to the book where the town was also destroyed on Carrie's disastrous walk home after prom. This also explains why the recent promo shots released of Chloe show her bloody and in the streets. Girl is going to burn this city to the ground.

    After the short teaser the panel began fielding questions. How involved is King with the picture? According to Kevin Misher, not really at all. Apparently King has a "hands off" policy. However, they are planning on screening the movie just for him; hopefully he won't have any serious notes.

    What was it like filming the infamous pig blood dumping scene? Moretz explained, "It was probably the most fun for about the first two weeks of it, and then after that it was sticky and wet and freezing. But it was amazing. The blood became part of who you are. I got used to coming home every night covered in blood."

    And there was so much blood. Both Peirce and Moretz noted that there was wet blood, fire blood and dry blood on set at all times. But the director explained that the infamous blood scene wasn't as easy as it looked. They shot around 50 blood dumps and we're not sure if that includes the trial runs. Peirce listed off the questions one must address whilst dumping blood on a child, "Most of the time you're going to miss. Is it going to hit her on the day? How big is scary and how big is funny?"

    But the crux of the film is the relationship between Margaret and Carrie.
    Moore elaborated that we might get to see more of Margaret's backstory in this movie (but didn't delve into specifics). "The character is rooted in isolation," Moore explains. "When she was pregnant, she thought the child was a cancer and delivered alone... The minute Carrie starts moving away from her, she begins to parent her. But it comes from a place love." We can't wait to see these two actresses together.

    As for direct references to the first film, no one spoke when asked if the infamous split screen would be returning. Make of that what you will.

    Oh also, Moretz released this bit of viral marketing. If you call this number 207-404-2604 you will get a member of the White family on the phone. So give it a jingle and you'll be connected to either Carrie or her mother Margaret.


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    For captaining her team and scoring six goals, Christine Sinclair earned an Olympic bronze medal. For speaking her mind and venting her anger, Canada’s top female soccer player was chastised Friday for “unsporting behaviour” and given a four-game suspension by her sport’s governing body.

    Two months after Canada’s heart-crushing, semi-final loss in Olympic soccer, FIFA announced it was disciplining Ms. Sinclair for her criticism of Norwegian referee Christiana Pedersen. Ms. Sinclair, whose passion and playmaking in London captivated Canadians, let loose in the wake of a controversial 4-3 overtime loss to the United States, saying it was “a shame in a game like that, that was so important, the ref decided the result before it started.”

    FIFA officials chose not to immediately suspend Ms. Sinclair since Canada was to play France for the bronze medal. On Friday, FIFA informed the Canadian Soccer Association that it was not only suspending the 29-year-old from Burnaby, B.C., it was fining her an undisclosed sum, reportedly $3,500.

    To help financially, Facebook supporters have established the “Christine Sinclair: movement to help pay FIFA’s fine.”

    The decision to punish Ms. Sinclair was supposedly made after an investigation into events during and after the Canada-U.S. match. FIFA did not detail what it investigated and how it came to its decision. The CSA was almost as tight-lipped. In a statement, it said no additional information or media interviews would be done until “those [FIFA] reasons for judgment are received and reviewed.”

    Ms. Sinclair did not return phone messages, but her discipline drew raspberries from other athletes.

    Former freestyle skier Jennifer Heil went to Twitter to describe Ms. Sinclair’s suspension as “outrageous.” Hayley Wickenheiser, a three-time Olympic gold medalist in women’s hockey, tweeted, “Sinclair suspension is the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard of! No guts to do it during the games.”

    Former Canadian national team goalkeeper Craig Forrest, now a commentator on Sportsnet, noted that since the suspension was for “any tournament, any games,” it amounted to a light sentence.

    “I think it’s about right,” Mr. Forrest said of the four-game ban. “At the end of the day, she accused the referee that the result was already fixed, or whatever she said. But the bottom line is they gave her a slap on the wrist. The most important thing is she’s going to be here, fit and ready for 2015 [when Canada hosts the women’s World Cup].”

    The women’s soccer team became the story of the London Olympics for Canadian sport fans. Their gutsy play and Ms. Sinclair’s polish as one of the top women’s players in the world made for must-see television. To get to the gold-medal final, the Canadians had to beat the United States, and were leading 3-2, with Ms. Sinclair having scored all the goals, when the situation turned.

    With roughly 10 minutes to play in regulation time, the referee, Ms. Pedersen, made a delay-of-game call on goalkeeper Erin McLeod, which ultimately led to the United States tying the match, then winning it in overtime. Afterwards, the Canadians let their frustration bubble over. Forward Melissa Tancredi said she told the referee, “I hope you can sleep tonight and put on your American jersey because that’s who you played for.”

    The Canadians regained their composure to beat France and take the Olympic bronze. For her role, Ms. Sinclair was named Canada’s flag-bearer at the closing ceremonies.

    In an interview with The Globe and Mail last week, Ms. McLeod insisted she was doing her best to move on because she didn’t want to succumb to bitterness.

    “It’s hard to swallow. And yeah, I’ve never seen that call in my entire career,” Ms. McLeod said of her delay of game. “But I had [the ball] more than six seconds and the referees have to make those decisions, and we have to respect them as difficult as that can be, as emotional as that can be sometimes.”

    The Canadian women’s team will gather for a December training camp before competing January in the Four Nations Cup in China.


    This is especially gross considering they gave John Terry the exact same suspension for shouting racist slurs at another player. You fail FIFA. 

    ETA: It was pointed out that that fail of a verdict came from FA not FIFA.

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  • 10/13/12--16:25: GUESS WHO?

  • IT'S KE$HA!!!

    more outtakes for VIBE magazine

    the previously posted cover

    And here's the cover of her new book:

    Ke$ha for Elle Japan X Skechers:

    And a new photoshoot in Germany yesterday:


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    Shyne won't be allowed to vote during this year's presidential elections, but if he was the exiled rapper wouldn't be backing Barack Obama. "I'd vote for Romney," Shyne told MTV News during a phone interview on Monday before rapping Kanye West's now infamous line from "To the World." "Even though Mitt Romney don't pay no tax, Mitt Romney don't pay no tax."

    The Belize-born Shyne has been working tirelessly to get back into the United States since he was deported once he was released from prison in 2009 after a nearly nine year prison bid following a conviction for the infamous 1999 Club New York shooting.

    Shyne has spent time in Belize, Paris and Jerusalem, but he has been unable to come back to the U.S., where he grew up and made a name for himself as a rap star. Po says Obama is well aware of his dilemma, noting that he and the POTUS share a mutual friend, Harvard Law professor Charles J. Ogletree. "He knows who I am, he knows what's happenin'," the rapper said of Obama. "He's always talkin' about he listens to hip-hop and his daughter listens to hip-hop. He knows who Shyne is, he knows I'm deported."

    The former Bad Boy rapper feels that if he is brought back to America he can help quell the violence in inner-cities like Chicago, where the murder rate has sky-rocketed, by talking to young children and helping to keep them on the right path. He criticizes the Head of State for not lending a hand. "How can he be serious about stopping violence in inner cities and promoting education in inner cities and not using Shyne?" the rapper questioned.

    Whether he gets Barack's help or not, the "That's Gangsta" MC maintains that he should be returning to the U.S. shortly. "I should be in America in a couple of months. We working to try and get this visa," he said. "Obama is playing games, he frontin', he better do the right thing."

    Since being released from prison, Shyne has become more deeply devoted to the Jewish faith, and went on to suggest that if the POTUS were to assist, it would benefit him spiritually. "Jews is powerful, so if he don't help the jew out he ain't gonna be blessed," he said. "And he ain't doing the right thing. My voice is too powerful."

    Earlier this week actress Stacey Dash took a ton of heat for tweeting in support of Mitt Romney. Race has been a definite factor with fans criticizing the African American star for not voting for the first black president, but Shyne doesn't believe the people should vote based on color alone. "I don't believe in all that, if you black you get a pass, nah if you corny, you corny," he said.

    If you aren't familiar with his music, then you probably recognize him from this:
    On December 27, 1999, Shyne and then girlfriend Monay Hawkins, who were with Sean Combs and Combs' then girlfriend, Jennifer Lopez, were involved in a shooting at a Manhattan club which left three people injured. As a result the 21-year-old rapper, whose debut album was pending release, was charged with and convicted of attempted murder, assault, and reckless endangerment.This led to rumours about Shyne's position at Bad Boy records and doubts about whether his debut album was ever going to be released.

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    Elizabeth Jagger straddles a dead tuna & strips nude with her mother in a steamy high-fashion seafood photoshoot.

    Tuna may well be endangered.

    But it seems there is no shortage of models willing to get naked with a fish.

    Like her model mother Jerry Hall, the 28-year-old showed no inhibitions as she straddled a yellowfin tuna in the nude.

    As the eldest daughter of hellraising rocker Mick Jagger and former cover girl Miss Hall, the brunette has embraced a rock’n’roll lifestyle.

    Campaigners Fishlove, behind these snaps, say all marine life will effectively disappear from our oceans by the middle of this century if nothing is done.

    Last year, she posed in Playboy wearing nothing but a pair of knee-high boots and furry brown rabbit ears.

    But she revealed her parents banned her from being in the same magazine six years earlier, when she was 21.
    At the time, she said: ‘I feel comfortable expressing myself through my body. I’m thinking I should do naked pictures before I have children.’

    She added: ‘Still, if it’s quite sexual... you do have to have boundaries.’

    Miss Jagger’s mother was 29 when she appeared in Playboy, a year after she was born.

    Her younger sister Georgia May, 20, is also a model and has posed topless in numerous campaigns.

    Her provocative tuna image, taken by fashion photographer John Rankin, is the latest in a line of celebrity fish pictures designed to highlight overfishing.

    Since Miss Scacchi started the FISHLOVE campaign in 2009, actress Emilia Fox, actor Sir Ben Kingsley and Miss Hall have all stripped off with an assortment of marine life.

    Explaining the campaign, Miss Scacchi, 52, said: ‘Fish stocks are at a critical level. This could not only see fish wiped out, but could have a devastating impact on the climate.

    ‘There is a real chance of turning things around, and celebrities are a great way of raising awareness.’

    All of the images will be displayed at Pertwee, Anderson & Gold gallery in Soho, London, from October 25.

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    Get ready for a Lost reunion on Person of Interest. Mark Pellegrino is set to guest-star on the Michael Emerson drama.

    On the set with Person of Interest's vigilante dream team

    Pellegrino, who played Jacob, the mysterious island oracle, to Emerson's blind devotee Ben on the ABC drama, will take charge once again as the charismatic leader of a publishing empire on Person of Interest.

    This isn't the only TV reunion Pellegrino will be a part of this season. The actor was recently seen on Revolution, created by Eric Kripke. Pellegrino famously played Lucifer on Kripke's Supernatural in a multiple-season arc.


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  • 10/13/12--17:21: Shakira performing in Baku!

  • Shakira perfomed Waka Waka and Loca at the FIFA Women's World Cup in Baku!(The French team won fyi)

    Yesterday in Baku, Shakira met with a group of adolescent girls from the UNICEF-supported U-17 football league to discuss the power of education and how it helps girls develop.

    In her role as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, Shakira discussed with the teens how to harness the power of sport to promote awareness of healthy life styles, as well as to promote girls’ education and girls’ participation in sport nationwide. Shakira is in Azerbaijan for the official closing of the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup, which will be followed by her concert at Baku Crystal Hall.

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    Can't wait!

    From set reports, someone falls off a rooftop, and speculation is that it's none other than Bart Bass!

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