Lady Gaga, Is That an Exposed Nipple on Instagram?

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Lady Gaga posted on Friday, July 18 an Instagram photo that shows one of her breasts peeking out of her low-cut white outfit. She is sitting inside a plane and smiling, slightly.

“FASHUN: Vintage Mugler on the plane Listening to Miles Davis My favorite is Flamenco Sketches,” she said.

The picture was also posted on the 28-year-old pop star’s Facebook page. The singer also sported a cropped black wig, ivory gloves and peep-toe heels with thick straps, white sunglasses and a thick, golden choker, as seen in another photo, which shows her leading her French Bulldog, Asia, on a leash by the airstairs of what appears to be a private jet.

“On my way to The Yellowstone Club in Montana to see @jeffkoonsstudio for a talk about Art,” she said.

Lady Gaga is known for her wild and risqué looks, which are sometimes used to make a statement. It is unclear if the exposure of her bare breast was intentional. She did tweet later on Friday, “Where is the face palm emoji when u need it.”

Instagram’s community guidelines state, “Please do not post nudity or mature content of any kind.” Many women, including Miley Cyrus, have via revealing photos expressed their support for the “Free the Nipple” campaign, which aims to fight such censorship in a bid to “decriminalize the female body.”

Bruce Willis‘ and Demi Moore‘s 22-year-old daughter, Scout Willisshared pics of herself walking topless in public in late May, saying, “Legal in NYC but not on @instagram.”

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Kim Kardashian Flaunts Impressive Abs In Pre-Wedding Instagram Photo

Kim Kardashian’s abs are looking seriously good in her latest Instagram photo, uploaded Tuesday, May 13.

In the three-framed shot, the 33-year-old appears in a sports bra and reveals her toned tummy.

“Just finished my morning workout,” she wrote in the caption.

Kardashian has been hitting the gym quite a bit over the past few months. In addition to regular workouts, she has been switching up her exercise routine with SoulCycle, pole-dancing and even a mud run. Clearly, all that hard work is paying off.

This isn’t the first time she’s flaunted her post-baby body on social media since giving birth.
The mum-of-one is reportedly planning to tie the knot with fiance Kanye West on May 24 in Paris.



The couple of Linda Perry and Sara Gilbert is now an officially married couple as per the confirmation by a rep. The couple shared the relationship since three years prior deciding to unite on 30 March 2014.  The 48 years old Perry, a record producer, musician and song writer and the 39 years old Gilbert, a well recognized actor of the movie Darlene corner have an age difference of straight nine years.


The two began dating in year 2011 and got engaged in year 2013. Picnickers witnessed the most amazing style of proposal while the couple was enjoying a dreamy picnic in a park of Los Angeles; Perry proposed her longtime love in a very unique way.

Perry actually planned a very romantic proposal with a brass band and a backup guitar which she put together particularly for this big event, added Gilbert. She pulled out a sequence of some T-shirts, each with a word, ‘WILL’, ‘You’, Marry’ Me, and last one with a question mark! Of course, I said yes!  The news of their engagement was shared by Sara Gilbert on ‘THE TALK’, her show last year.

Following a year after their engagement, they finally tied the knot! The duo got married in front of their family and few close friends. Sara acknowledged Johnny Galecki, her ex-boyfriend for really helping the lady come to terms by her sexuality. He is very cute and I had a hard crush on him, she further added.

Johnny and I started dating, while we make out, I start feeling depressed, I told him eventually that I thought it was actually about my sexuality. To my surprise, he was really sweet and cooperated about it.

Sara Gilbert has two children from her ex husband Allison Adler, a TV producer. The lady came out as the lesbian in year 2010 publicly, and hence eventually leading the couple to get separated harmoniously in the following year 2011.


The newly wed couple head off for their honey moon immediately after their marriage. All in all, we wish the love birds a happy marriage life ahead!

Russel Crowe Shrugging off Controversy Regarding Noah

Russel Crow’s recent movie Noah was initially released in Brazil on 21st of of March 2014. With the release a great controversy has arisen regarding the content of the movie within the Muslim nations. But Russel Crowe has taken the controversy regarding his latest film Noah, very lightly. He revealed in a sitting that he was fully expecting the negative reaction from the Muslim nation and he knew that this religious epic will be banned in the Muslim countries.

The star of Gladiator and Insiders is playing the ark building hero in this particular film. The story is of this Darren Aronofsky’s movie has been adapted from the Bible story “Great Flood”. Even before releasing the movie hit all the headlines when various countries particularly in Middle East banned the film to be released in their cinemas.


The surprising thing is that Russel Crowe thinks that even such a big ban is not a mighty setback for this movie, as he was always expecting that the Muslim nations will reject the idea depicted in this big budget, big screen blockbuster.

Russel Crowe stated in front of  Britain’s Daily Telegraph newspaper that the story however is recognized by all the religions and can be found in all the religious text, even in Quran (Islam’s holy book), the story of Noah’s arc is present. On the other hand people outside the boundaries of religion believe in flood mythology. According to Russel, the reason behind the rejection of this movie is that Muslim religion doesn’t allow making stories or furnish images of a Prophet, and therefore it was expected that various Islamic countries will ban this movie.

According to reliable sources, the movie Noah will not be released in the cinemas of Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and many other Muslim countries. Russel Crowe further acknowledges that the countries who have rejected the movie are missing the “discussion and stimulation” in a spiritual context. As per Russel Crowe the primary agenda of the movie is that whether a person possesses faith or doesn’t have faith, he or she will surely talk about it.

Bond Girls Then And Now (37 Photos)

In which we open up our Bond-ers full of women to celebrate the release of Skyfall.

1. Honey Ryder, “Dr. No” (1962)


2. Sylvia Trench, “Dr. No” (1962) and “From Russia With Love” (1963)


3. Tatiana Romanova, “From Russia with Love” (1963)


4. Jill Masterson, “Goldfinger” (1964)


5. Pussy Galore, “Goldfinger” (1964)


6. Domino Derval, “Thunderball” (1965)


7. Aki, “You Only Live Twice” (1967)



9. Plenty O’Toole, “Diamonds Are Forever” (1971)


10. Tiffany Case, “Diamonds Are Forever” (1971)


11. Solitaire, “Live and Let Die” (1973)


12. Rosie Carver, “Live And Let Die” (1973)


13. Andrea Anders, “The Man with the Golden Gun” (1974)


14. Mary Goodnight, “The Man with the Golden Gun” (1974)


15. Anya Amasova, “The Spy Who Loved Me” (1977)


16. Holly Goodhead, “Moonraker” (1979)


17. Corinne Dufour, “Moonraker” (1979)


18. Bibi Dahl, “For Your Eyes Only” (1981)


19. Melina Havelock, “For Your Eyes Only” (1981)


20. Octopussy, “Octopussy” (1983)


21. May Day, “A View To A Kill” (1985)


22. Stacey Sutton, “A View To A Kill” (1985)


23. Kara Milovy, “The Living Daylights” (1987)


24. Pam Bouvier, “License to Kill” (1989)


25. Xenia Onatopp, “GoldenEye” (1995)


26. Natalya Simonova, “GoldenEye” (1995)


27. Paris Carver, “Tomorrow Never Dies” (1997)


28. Wai Lin, “Tomorrow Never Dies” (1997)


29. Dr. Molly Warmflash, “The World Is Not Enough” (1999)


30. Elektra King, “The World Is Not Enough” (1999)


31. Dr. Christmas Jones, “The World Is Not Enough” (1999)


32. Jinx Johnson, “Die Another Day” (2002)


33. Miranda Frost, “Die Another Day” (2002)


34. Solange Dimitrios, “Casino Royale” (2006)


35. Vesper Lynd, “Casino Royale” (2006)


36. Camille Montes, “Quantum of Solace” (2008)


37. Strawberry Fields, “Quantum of Solace” (2008)


The First Pics of Parents-to-Be Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher Costarring in Two and a Half Men

Guys, I know that right now Ashton Kutcher is most famous as the man who’s having a baby with Mila Kunis. But let’s not forget about Two and a Half Men! It’s easy to forget about Two and a Half Men if you haven’t hung out with any middle-aged relatives in a while, but that’s Kutcher’s job right now. And it turns out that Kunis is joining him as a guest star in an upcoming episode, so that later they can tell the Kunis-Kutcher spawn, “See, you were making the funny alongside Jon Cryer when you were merely the size of a pinto bean!” I’m just kidding, Mila and Ashton—please don’t make the baby’s last name Kunis-Kutcher. All the famous parents in the world cannot save a child with a name that close to “cootie catcher.”

Check out the first shots of the couple on Men:

I haven’t watched this show much, but it seems like every time I do, the female guest star is showing up looking like she just washed ashore after three months doing light drugs on a stranger’s boat.


Here they are eating Chinese food, which I suppose could be a belly-concealing shot. I have watched enough Scandal this season to know what a good table can do.


Camping or something.


Reenacting Gilligan’s Island, or maybe getting married?


Anyway, wave hello to baby bean Kunis-Kutcher!

So This Is What Happens When the Mad Men Ladies Wear Their Show Makeup in Public (It’s Hilarious)

If you ever get the opportunity to interview the cast of Mad Men, there’s one thing you need to know: Never ask what’s going to happen unless you want Vincent Kartheiser (Pete Campbell) to look at you like you’re absolutely nuts. So I racked my brain (and turned to you guys on Twitter) to find out secrets from the cast at last Friday’s Paleyfest that have previously gone unreported. No spoilers necessary.


Glamour: What happens when you finish shooting each day? Do you take off all the retro makeup and hair or go home as is?
Jessica Pare (Megan Draper): It depends on how tired I am. If I want to get the f— out of there really quick, I’ll just wear my hair in a ponytail and the full makeup, which is kind of crazy. Sometimes I stop to run errands on the way home and it’s totally awkward!
Christina Hendricks (Joan Harris): Well, my hair is part my hair and part a piece, so I have to take my hair down. I try to wash my face, but sometimes I have to go to the UPS store and I’ll have all the lashes on. I realize I might look like I’m crazy, but the people at the UPS store know me! [Laughs]
Elisabeth Moss (Peggy Olson): I literally will go to Starbucks and forget I have the f–king makeup still on, and then wonder why everyone is looking at me! I will peel my false eyelashes off in the car and then toss them out the window! Sometimes I see them in my shower, and they look like bugs and scare me. [Laughs]


Kiernan Shipka wore Dolce & Gabbana, Jessica Pare wowed the crowd in a ruffled Roksanda design, and Christina Hendricks paid homage to the late L’Wren Scott in one of her designs. [Not pictured: Elisabeth Moss in Pucci].

Glamour: This is from Twitter follower @SnazzyO: What’s your favorite thing your character has done?
Jessica Pare: I was a huge fan of the “Zou Bisou Bisou.” I loved that. And the scene in my dressing room on the soap opera when Don and I have a fight and I get to pull off my wig—it’s a really weird thing to do, especially on camera, but I loved it because she’s so passionate.
Kiernan Shipka (Sally Draper): All the stuff that she does with Glen is really fun. I’ve just enjoyed seeing their friendship grow, especially since he’s one of the only kids you’ve seen Sally interact with that isn’t one of her brothers.
Christina Hendricks: Leave her husband.
Jon Hamm (Don Draper): Whether it’s going to Palm Springs, which really wasn’t Palm Springs, it was Chatsworth—cool house, though; a lot of the cool location stuff has kind of been the best stuff. The best feelings I get are just working with these actors and getting to do these really wonderful character moments.
Vincent Kartheiser (Pete Campbell): I won’t play favorites.


More interesting tidbits:
*Kiernan Shipka on Jon Hamm being a real-life father figure: “He’s such a good guy, and it’s been interesting watching him become a mega-star. He still opens the door for you, will hold your makeup bag—it’s just so nice to see him be so humble, and it’s a great lesson to learn from such a cool guy.
*This Friday, the cast starts shooting the last half of the final season, which won’t premiere until next year.
*Creator Matthew Weiner locked in what the series finale would be while he was in the midst of working on seasons four and five.
*Jon Hamm doesn’t know what the end will hold for Don, but “I just want him to find peace.”
*Vincent Kartheiser once had a dream that Pete Campbell was looking through a window at him. “It creeped me out!”
*Kiernan Shipka spoke quite eloquently about the season six finale where Don shows his daughter where he grew up: “It was really the first moment where Don and Sally had an understanding. She didn’t know anything about that before. It’s a really beautiful scene, it’s one of my favorites.”
*Jon Hamm said that Betty (January Jones) and Don would “probably not” be getting back together.
*Jessica Pare revealed her most memorable moment from the show was the day that Megan got engaged to Don. “I didn’t know what was going to happen, so Ellen, our prop master, came in to measure my ring finger, and I gasped. When she put the ring on my finger, I was like, ‘Yes, yes!'”
*Jon Hamm’s most memorable moment: “Probably the first day we started shooting. Having to say all these words that I had been thinking about for how many weeks, and meeting all of these people and seeing the set and all the stuff come together. And being terrified and exhilarated all at once. [Remember], this was producing a show for a network that had never produced anything original.”

Ryan Gosling and Busby Berkely’s team up

Ryan Gosling, was born in 1980 on November 12 which makes him Canadian actor who also happens to be a director, writer and musician as well; an only 33 years old star. He started his career in 1993 on Disney Channel in Mickey Mouse Club where he was a a child star. Are you afraid of the dark was another of his hit program in 1995 along with Goosebumps in 1996, Breaker high in 97 and Young Hercules in 1998. But the movie which brought him to the stunning limelight is none other than The Notebook which was released in 2004. Gosling did justice to his romantic leading role and came into the eyes of wider range of audience.

Now the dilemma was that this blond hunk decided to take a very early retirement or a set back from the lime light just a year back. According to the current news, he is retracing his steps back to the big screen this year. It is being spread that the beautiful and stunning Gosling is apparently appearing in a piece by legendary Hollywood director and choreographer, Busby Berkeley.


Busby Berkeley has made the legend by giving dance routines in Gold Diggers, 42nd street and Footlight Parade in 1930s. He was nominated three times for the Oscars in the category of  Best Dance Direction which is currently defunct from the list of categories. His personal lifespan was no less legendary with six marriages and his arrests for a car accident which killed two people along with the famous feud with another legend Judy Garland.

It will no doubt be an amazing experience to see the hunk like gosling play on the tunes or better to say act on the directions of Berkely in their joint venture. Yes, it would be a joint venture because the rumors say that Gosling will indeed play the part in Busby Berkeley’s film and will also most probably produce the film.  Now it is worth waiting to see that what will the outcome of this teaming up of legendary Busby Berkely and stunning Ryan Gosling.

Do Celebs Prep for the Paparazzi Before They Leave the House? See What Emmy Rossum and Camilla Belle Told Us

The conversation was all fashion (and maybe a little bit about boys and dating!) at H&M’s Conscious Exclusive Collection Dinner on Wednesday night. Emmy Rossum, Camilla Belle, Sophia Bush, Kate Mara, Amber Valletta, and others came out to toast the new eco-collection, which Danica previewed yesterday. It was such an intimate evening that I got a chance to really chat with these ladies to find out what their thought process is when dealing with the paparazzi. Read on for their refreshing take.


Emmy Rossum: “I don’t put on a full face of makeup when I leave the house, but I do look in the mirror at all angles. [Laughs] There are certain pairs of jeans that are really, really comfortable, but they’re not that flattering, so I’ll only wear those to the Valley. The chance of me running into paparazzi in the Valley is much less of a possibility. But if I have to go somewhere in Beverly Hills, I’ll put in a bit more effort. But I never put on makeup. Sometimes I’ll put on a lipstick, but I never put on foundation. I just put on glasses and that’s it. And if my hair isn’t clean, I’ll just stick it in a bun. When in doubt, just wear a dress, because then you look good no matter what.”

Camilla Belle: “I usually don’t leave the house in really awful-looking sweats. I’ve just never been that way. My grandmother would never leave the house without lipstick on! Obviously she wasn’t getting photographed, but that was her thing. I kind of took that with me. So I’ll go out in my sweats, but it’ll be my cute sweats. That’s just kind of who I am anyway though.”


Meanwhile, Sophia Bush was celebrating the earlier news that her freshman drama, Chicago P.D., just got picked up for a second season. “I’m so thrilled! We’ll start shooting again in July, so at least it will be a bit warmer in Chicago by then!”

Another thing she’s thrilled about? H&M’s decision to become more eco-friendly. “Fashion is the second largest polluter industry in the world and people don’t talk about it,” she told me. “As a lover of fashion, I don’t want to give up what I love, but I also don’t want to make the world a dirtier place. For a brand that is affordable, chic, and cool to be taking a stand and producing things that we can feel good about buying and wearing is really exciting.”

Camilla Belle recalled her first time ever stepping foot into the trendy mega-store. “I was 12 years old, shooting a movie in Berlin, and I just remember never before having raided a store like that!”


The scene at Eveleigh during H&M’s dinner party. Such a lovely evening that featured all locally sourced and eco-conscious food!

Emmy Rossum brought one of her best friends, Carbon 38 cofounder Katie Johnson, as her date, and the two had a small group of journalists in stitches the entire evening. Katie (who used to be Emmy’s trainer) said that her best friend actually styles herself and “is amazing at taking pieces that are at the back of her closet that doesn’t know if it’s going to the donation bin and making it work.”

For that evening, Emmy was all about showcasing one of H&M’s newest styles, a H&M floral conscious exclusive gown. “I looked at the collection, and this is the only one that I really wanted to wear because it’s a ball gown. I’m never that girl that wants to wear jeans. I always want to wear a tiara and ball gown!”


Shailene Woodley’s Workout, Theo James’s Beatboxing and More Divergent Behind the Scenes Secrets

All of us at Glamour have been waiting for Divergent for what feels like forever. I chose to pass the time by hitting up everyone involved with the film for behind-the-scenes goss that would indulge my movie-nerd/nerd-nerd heart. (I could have talked with the production designer about creating a dystopian landscape for days.) Here’s everything you need to know about the looks, the stars, and post-apocalyptic Chicago.


Making the costumes was a global affair. Costume designer Carlo Poggioli had just six weeks to make the bulk of the film’s looks. “We had a huge amount of work to do in such a short time,” he says. So he enlisted workshops all over the world. Dauntless and Abnegation’s costumes were put together in sewing rooms across Europe while the leading cast’s looks were churned out on location in Chicago.

Candor was the faction that was toughest to dress. An original design was tossed because “their colors, black and white, and the shape didn’t distinguish them enough from the other factions,” Poggioli says. “But we [adjusted] and found a good agreement.”

The basis for Kate Winslet’s costume? Science. Literally. “The inspiration for her style was the shape of a labcoat I saw and liked very much,” Poggioli says of Winslet, who plays leader of Erudite in the film. “Of course, she contributed to the final look. She is amazing to work with.”


Shailene Woodley’s favorite part of training: shooting. “She loved training with guns,” says stunt coordinator Garrett Warren. Also, he confirms, just like the rest of us, Woodley “sometimes had to be motivated to do cardio—she’s not a fan of doing a repetitive activity in one spot for too long.”

Her most formidable opponent was the weather. “Fitness-wise, her biggest challenge was performing the fight scenes for such a long period of time, all day, in such cold weather,” Warren says. “The scene where she fights Peter [played by Miles Teller] was especially hard on her, and so was the one where she’s running to catch the train. She fell once, but got right back up.” To prep, Woodley trained three to five days a week for four weeks in Chicago before shooting began.

What was her exact fitness routine, you ask? Warren lays it out: 90 minutes of stretching and cardio (biking or jumping rope), followed by push-ups, chin-ups, tricep dips and abs work. To finish it all off: a session of fight training or gun training, and 15 minutes of knife training. “She would sleep in on weekends but still train,” Warren says. “Her treat would be a massage.”


Those enormous buildings you see in the film aren’t sets or digital creations—they’re real Chicago warehouses. In the city’s old manufacturing buildings, production designer Andy Nicholson found spots that didn’t even need much enhancement—they looked, essentially, “the way buildings would look 150 years in the future, if they had been maintained on a minimal level,” he says. The best find of all? A giant—and completely empty—cavernous building. “All of the fight scenes were shot in this warehouse that was 600 feet long. Six hundred feet away, someone looks really small! It would have never felt as big if we built it.”

The fence from the book got supersized. “One of the first thoughts I had was that the fence—which is chain-link with gates in the book—had to be a strong presence,” Nicholson says. “I thought it should be big enough that you wonder what the hell it’s keeping out. We decided that maybe the reason it’s so big is that it’s blocking radio frequencies.”

Each faction’s surroundings was painstakingly matched to their nature. For example: “Erudite is [seen as] a little bit better than everybody else, so they have beautifully maintained, modern, clean interiors,” Nicholson says. “Dauntless has sparse warehouse spaces; it doesn’t matter to them where they are. It’s not about creature comforts. Abnegation has a minimal, calm aesthetic, which helps them focus on their selflessness. I thought their homes should be made of composite materials. I researched disaster relief architecture, and I also came across this technique used in South America in which two guys can build a whole house without any heavy machinery, by just pouring concrete. We also used recycled wooden floors in Abnegation.”

A genius guru hotline helped the movie get the tech details right. The Science and Entertainment Exchange helped Nicholson reason out how gadgets and infrastructure might work in a post-apocalyptic world. “You can call them up and ask them, ‘How would cars work in 100 years if we stopped developing them now?'” Nicholson says. “They also helped us specifically with the mind and computer interface solutions, solar and wind power, and the tattoos, because we do it in a chemical way rather than with needles.”


Four’s lair was the hardest location to find. “From talking to fans, I knew that all of the girls were desperate to know what Four’s apartment looked like,” Nicholson says. “It had to be magical. Finally, we saw a building that used to be a garage and had been converted into recording studios. Four’s apartment is up on the roof. It felt up in the air, secret and tucked away. It was the last location we found.”

And speaking of Four: Theo James told us how the guys spent their free time while shooting in Chicago. “Miles [Teller], Christian [Madsen] and I were homeboys,” he says. “We got quite into the Blackhawks and the Bulls. And we had rap parties. Miles likes to spit the lyrics. I can beatbox, though my bass notes aren’t quite good. If it ended up on YouTube, it would ruin all of us.”