Model Agyness Deyn may have just gotten her big acting break. Sure, she had a cameo in “Clash of the Titans,” but soon we’re going to get to see more of her on the big screen. A lot more. She’s landed the role of Flo, a “strong-minded stripper” in a remake of the the cult classic “Pusher.” Here is the first pic of Deyn rocking a red nipple tassel and trashy lingerie. It may not be the couture she’s used to, but she’s working it. Deyn is not the first to get on the pole for a role. Click through to see some more actresses who’ve played strippers. [Telegraph UK]
For the 2011 Pirelli Calendar (an artsy annual that’s featured the original work of Richard Avedon, Annie Leibovitz, and Mario Testino, to name a few), Karl Lagerfeld took over as photographer to create a Grecian-inspired shoot. The photos recall an age of ancient decadence. Think: lots of ivy headdresses, sculpted Michelangelo-like bodies and minimally clothed trios.
And, of course, a man with a golden penis. See the slightly NSFW pic after the jump. [Trendland] Keep reading »
Ke$ha, the terrifying offspring of Paris Hilton’s career and Lady Gaga’s wardrobe, has a new video out, “We R Who We R.” (I guess she texted that title to her producers.) It’s a wonderful homage to clubbing, raving, drinking, and dressing in clothes that barely cover your bottom. I’m not sure which outfit I like better: the one where it looks like Ed Hardy got a hold of the American flag, or the one that looks like she’s wearing a broken window. Personally, this video reminded me of a porn video, but without the hardcore sex: bad costumes, bad makeup, bad sets. Do underage girls watch these videos? I shudder to think. Keep reading »
“From a distance, I feel as though I’ve actually been having a secret love affair with Michelle. She and I are quite intimate in my fantasy friendship, built on admiration and respect. I’m talking about her acting, of course.”
—Kate Winslet gives a kind of strange introduction to Michelle Williams at a dinner she threw in Michelle’s honor. This is one serious girl crush. [NY Post] Keep reading »
How long does it take to make a first impression? 15 seconds? 7 seconds? 3 seconds? I’ve been doing some dating lately (FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, SOMEONE HELP ME), and I’ve come to the conclusion that I can tell how a date is going to go within the first three seconds. My shrink thinks this is poppycock, some fantasy of omnipotence, but what does he know? In any case, I believe — and this is the key — that if I’m totally honest with myself, I know exactly how the date will go virtually immediately: the second I set eyes on the guy.
When you go on a first date, is your first impression usually right or wrong? Keep reading »