Adriana Lima shows off her amazing body while modeling some lingerie for a new Victoria’s Secret commercial on Friday (August 8) in Los Angeles.
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Lady Gaga steps out baring her body in her sexy lingerie despite the freezing cold weather on Thursday evening (November 14) in New York City.
The 27-year-old entertainer is currently in rehearsals for her appearance on Saturday Night Live this weekend, where she will be both the host and musical guest.
Gaga‘s song “Dope” debuted this week on the Billboard Hot 100 at number eight, which was fueled by its arrival on the Streaming Songs chart in the number one slot. Most of the streams come from her performing the song at the YouTube Music Awards last week.
Lady Gaga shows off her body in a completely sheer outfit displaying her lingerie while on a date night with boyfriend Taylor Kinney at the Chateau Marmont on Sunday evening (August 11) in Los Angeles.
The 27-year-old singer bared her butt in the outfit, that showed off her skimpy thong underwear.
After a short snippet of her song “Applause” leaked over the weekend, Gaga took to Twitter to assure her fans not to pay attention to criticism.
“Dont focus on ANY blogger criticism. I have been a producer/songwriter/musician for over 10 years. Trust the artist bloggers are not critics. The fans + music scholars are the best critics because they know the artist intimately. #STOPHarassingTheArtist we are here to entertain you,” Gaga tweeted. “Let’s make 2013 a year where music/talent/artistry is more important than gossip/fanwars I respect all fanbases 4 their passion #BeTheChange.”
FYI: Gaga is wearing a Saint Laurent crystal bodysuit.
The scene was cut from the film but was revealed after J.J. was accused of sexism for showing Alice Eve in her lingerie during the movie, but not showing male skin.
“I’m not defending it, but then there’s a picture of Kirk (Chris Pine) who is not wearing all his clothes,” J.J. said, while showing a shirtless photo of Chris. Check out the photos below!
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Jennifer Aniston strips down to her lingerie in the red band trailer for her new comedy We’re The Millers, in theaters August 9!
The 44-year-old actress stars alongside Jason Sudeikis, Emma Roberts, and Will Poulter in the new film about a veteran pot dealer who creates a fake family as part of his plan to move a huge shipment of weed into the U.S. from Mexico.
Jennifer plays a stripper who poses as Jason‘s wife in the film, with Emma and Will playing the two kids.
WHAT DO YOU THINK of the red band trailer for We’re The Millers?
“We’re The Millers” Red Band Trailer – Warning NSFW!
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Here is what the 37-year-old actress had to share with the mag:
On juggling her hectic schedule: “I do not stop for a minute. I feel like my day had 48 hours, I like to lead a busy life. My mother raised four daughters (one of whom has special needs), worked as a teacher and every day, at 6:00 pm, cook dinner for my dad and for us, and every morning we also had the breakfast, so I see my mother and think, ‘I’m not doing enough.’”
On being considered one of the world’s sexiest women: “Ah, I always feel flattered when I say that! [Laughs] I hope people perceive me as beautiful in everything I do in relation to works of charity and philanthropy, or political activism. For me, those are the things that define beauty. The beauty lies mainly on personality, not on skin.”
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Here is what the 30-year-old The Raven actress had to share with the mag:
On her role as Edgar Allen Poe’s love interest: “I loved her, because I understood her. She was in love with a genius. I understand the concept of a woman subjugating herself for the love of a brilliant man.”
On her time as an Oxford student: “Sadly, I never fell in love with Oxford. There’s nothing as bitchy as professors in academics. They’re unflinching. That absolutist attitude, it’s dictatorial, really. When I left, I entered the world of entertainment, which is the opposite of academia, but just as catty.”
On performing live theater: “There’s a great camaraderie and family feeling in theater, and there’s a great pleasure in making something, and seeing it live on, beyond the time that you did it. That’s both the magic and the sadness of theater. When it’s done, it’s done. That production will never be made again. It’s a memory. When you make a film, it’s there forever.”
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