Happy Friday! It’s time for this week’s edition of Don’t Show-cha Your Chocha, starring a nearly naked Lady Gaga (before she was Gaga), an epic pelvic thrust from Taylor Swift, and a few unlucky models trying desperately not to flash the cameras. Click through to check it out, and remember — if you spot a Don’t Show-cha Your Chocha moment, send it to email@example.com.
Well, this pretty much sums up how our modern musicians came to be. Skrillex was heavily influenced by the late, great Dial-Up Modem. Man, that guy was amazing. [Pleated Jeans]
Cosmopolitan UK is just giving us women what we want: a Prince Harry lookalike model posing naked! (Oh, and there’s some other guy in this photo, too.) Unfortunately, their diamond jubilees are hidden from the camera during this a fratty locker room moment shot by photographer Alison Jackson for UK Cosmo‘s 40th birthday. Something tells me the Queen will not be amused. [The Daily Beast via Cosmopolitan UK]
Olivia Wilde cups boobie for the British GQ comedy issue special trailer. Clearly this is geared toward men. Because women never find humor in their own breasts. Merely comfort. We like to cup them while we watch TV. It just feels right. After the jump, a GIF of Olivia jiggling her girls in the name of comedy. [Buzzfeed] Keep reading »
Well what do we have here? Courtney Robertson from “The Bachelor” was spotted trying on wedding dresses in Los Angeles yesterday. Of course, she is a model, so this theoretically could be for a photo shoot. Still most of you think Courtney is Ben’s final pick. On this week’s episode, Courtney tried to rehabilitate her bad-girl image, apologizing to Ben for the way she treated the other women on the show. So maybe it worked. See more photos of Courtney’s visit to the Markzunino bridal boutique, and weigh in in the comments: do you think Ben picks her? And do you think she’s right for him? Read more…
The first thing you’ll notice about 19-year-0ld Lucas Pittaway is his striking resemblance to fellow Aussie Heath Ledger. But aside from his Ledger-esque curly locks and good looks, Pittaway’s got intense acting skills. They can be seen in the new indie film “The Snowtown Murders” (out in the U.S. on March 2), based on the true story of one of Australia’s most notorious serial killers, John Bunting. Bunting, along with several accomplices, murdered 11 people in the ’90s and buried many of them in storage containers. Pittaway plays Jamie Vlassakis, one of Bunting’s unwilling accomplices and the heart of the film. “The Snowtown Murders” isn’t easy to watch — and some of it is graphically horrific — but it’s a haunting portrayal of a killer going unnoticed amid the malaise of suburban life. And we think Lucas Pittaway — who by the way, cries very beautifully in this movie — is destined for great things. After the jump, five things you should know about Pittaway.
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