“I know my best angles. They were sent to my husband. There’s nothing wrong with that. It’s not like I was shooting a porno. Although there’s nothing wrong with that either.”
– Scarlett Johansson appears on the cover of Vanity Fair this month and discusses, among other things, those infamous nude photos. I completely agree that there is absolutely nothing wrong with taking sexy photos or making a dirty movie with/for your significant other; unfortunately, if you’re famous, not immediately deleting those pics/videos can come at a price. Meanwhile, I am happy to hear that those photos were sent to Ryan Reynolds not scuzzy Sean Penn. [via Just Jared]
The men’s golf team at Bethany College in West Virginia is in hot water after a nude “unofficial team photo” was posted on Facebook. Technically they are not naked because their golf clubs cover their junk in the pic, but that minor detail did not impress the school’s athletic director. He suspended these budding Tigers from three upcoming games, which will give them more time to spend with all their new fans. Who knew golfers’ bodies were so ripped? I’ll take “fore,” please! [Yahoo] Keep reading »
On Monday, when conservative blogger Andrew Breitbart (left) released the images Anthony Weiner had sent to assorted e-conquests in a slow reveal throughout the day, Breitbart made it clear that he was not going to reveal one final image, the most lewd of the bunch. “I am doing this to save his family,” he explained. “I’m trying to do the decent thing here and not release the photo.” Except that yesterday, Breitbart put the image on his phone and showed it to Opie and Anhony while doing a radio interview with them. The infamous shock jocks were filming the interview and took a screengrab of the picture. They promptly posted it on their Twitter feed.
Brietbart, of course, seemed surprised. Keep reading »