Mario Lopez’s wife Courtney tweeted this picture of him decorating the Christmas tree with their daughter Gia. I mean, I wish for his daughter’s sake that he was wearing something a little less bikini and a little more boxer-brief, but still, there’s no arguing … that’s a very nice view from behind. I think someone needs his own underwear line. [WOW]
This is one of those moments where technology was used in the most appropriate way possible. Earlier this week, Jay-Z and Beyonce hosted an Obama reelection fundraiser at the 40/40 Club. Beyonce said lots of nice things about the POTUS, people drank lots of top shelf champagne and wrote fatty checks and someone snapped a picture of this moment, which was forever immortalized on Obama’s Twitter feed with the caption: “A couple of supporters in a New York state of mind last night.” I want to know what they’re talking about. Looks like the best convo ever. Not fair. But seriously, Bey and Jay need to stop taking dream life snapshots. I’m getting jealz. [WOW]
It’s an interesting thing when celebs tweet pics of their naked preggo bumps. On the one hand, we don’t feel so bad rubbernecking. I mean, they obviously want us to look or they wouldn’t have put them out there in the Twittersphere. On the other hand, we didn’t really ask to get up close and personal with their fully-exposed, burgeoning bumps. So, yeah, a wee bit awkward.
Yesterday, Amber Rose shared a twitpic of her “lil wizbud.” While her naked wizbud
is isn’t awkward to look at, it was hard to forget some of the more, eh, crass pictures of her floating around the interwebs. Oh well, they say motherhood changes you. The days of Amber’s masturbation photos are behind her.
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Kim Kardashian couldn’t sleep last night, so she decided to share this sexy Twitpic with her millions of followers. It had absolutely nothing to do with the fact that she launched her lingerie collection this week (and this looks rather airbrushed like an ad). It was a mere coincidence I’m sure. Some celebs love getting attention by posting racy photos of themselves via Twitter. Whatever, we’re not complaining! Click through to see more celeb Twitpics featuring plenty of T&A. [Huffington Post]
As if last week weren’t traumatic enough, over the weekend, some jokester hacked into Britney Spears‘ TwitPic account (it isn’t owned by Twitter, but it’s used to turn pics into tweets) and claimed she was dead. “Britney has passed today,” read the message. “It is a sad day for everyone. More news to come.” Thank goodness it was bogus—what would we have done if we’d lost the King and Princess of Pop in the same week?!
Interestingly, this isn’t the first time someone busted into Britney’s account. And also this weekend, Ellen DeGeneres’ TwitPic account got hacked. [MTV] — Maybe the site is super vulnerable to impostors? After the jump, check out more celebrity fake-outs, mostly hilarious. Keep reading »