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The Israeli beauty Bar Refaeli teamed up with Noam Tur, dress up in hippie gear while doing a photo shoot for Fox Fashion at the HaHula Nature Reserve in Israel.The concept of the photo shoot was about vintage-inspired clothing, cars and styles.What do you think of Bar Refaeli hippie look? Let us know in the comments section.
http://fashionmag.us/models/bar-refaeli-hippie-hottie-for-fox-fashion.htmlThe Israeli beauty Bar Refaeli teamed up with Noam Tur, dress up in hippie gear while... more
Victoria's Secret star Miranda Kerr sizzles in Christmas ad offering 'a thousand fantasies'
By CHRIS JOHNSON
This is the latest sexy Victoria's Secret that could well give men a few stocking filler ideas for their ladies this Christmas.
It features a plethora of the lingerie firm's stunning models, including Australian temptress Miranda Kerr, cavorting around in their underwear.
The ad is set to a heavy metal music and see the 'Angels' walking in slow motion across a range of backdrops, including a barren landscape with hovering helicopters.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-1233487/Victorias-Secret-star-Miranda-Kerr-sizzles-Christmas-ad-offering-thousand-fantasies.html#ixzz0Yu4rvKPG
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-1233487/Victorias-Secret-star-Miranda-Kerr-sizzles-Christmas-ad-offering-thousand-fantasies.htmlVictoria's Secret star Miranda Kerr sizzles in Christmas ad offering 'a... more
These outtakes (via Megan-Fox.net) didn't make the Megan Fox profile in last weekend's NYT Magazine, maybe because they depict the manufactured Megan rather than the real one.
"When I sit down to talk to men's magazines, there's a certain character that I play," she told the NYT Magazine. "She's not fully fleshed out -- she doesn't have her own name -- but she shows up to do men's-magazine interviews."
Megan says girls call her slutty because she is beautiful and smart, but her crotchy posing might also have something to do with it.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/11/19/megan-fox-wears-leotard-l_n_364263.htmlThese outtakes (via Megan-Fox.net) didn't make the Megan Fox profile in last... more
A 21-year-old Lance Corporal has been given leave from the British Army -- to represent England in the Miss World competition.
LCpl Katrina Hodge - dubbed Combat Barbie - will take over from the previous Miss England, who has stepped down after being arrested in an alleged nightclub brawl.
The army beauty - who was the first runner up in this year's prestigious competition - will now represent England in the Miss World final in Johannesburg, South Africa, on 12 December.
She will hold the Miss England title until next July when she hoped to join the effort in Afghanistan.
Though Katrina is used to combat situations - she was commended for bravery in Iraq - the hostile environment of a Miss World competition could still come as quite a shock.
Rachel Christie, the niece of former Olympic sprinter Linford Christie, had been due to represent England but is now busy trying to clear her name after claimed she was involved in a nightclub brawl with a another beauty queen, Miss Manchester.
If that wasn't odd enough the fight is said to have been over Tornado, a 22-year-old Gladiator from the Sky One series.
http://www.missengland.info/A 21-year-old Lance Corporal has been given leave from the British Army -- to... more
Photographs of actress Lucy Lawless, who you remember for her title role on the television series "Xena: Warrior Princess." http://www.wcbs880.com/pages/5551260.phpPhotographs of actress Lucy Lawless, who you remember for her title role on the... more
It now seems clear why the staff to former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin didn't want anyone to bring recording devices or cell phones to her speech Friday night.
Even news outlets like Politico -- which have prominently featured Dick Cheney's terror jeremiads -- would have been likely to lampoon her.
But the ban on recording devices didn't stop them. Politico says they bought three tickets to Palin's Wisconsin speech and then penned a write-up. Their review was somewhat grim, taking aim at Palin's frequent use of the words "bogus" and "awesome" and delivering a strange anecdote about dollar coins.
"Palin had remarks prepared but frequently wandered off-script to make a point, offering audience members a casual “awesome” or “bogus” in discussing otherwise weighty topics," Politico's Jonathan Martin wrote in his review.
He quotes Palin as saying, “It is so bogus that society is sending a message right now and has been for probably the last 40 years that a woman isn’t strong enough or smart enough to be able to pursue an education, a career and her rights and still let her baby live.”
"Other Palin touchstones included: praise for the military, jeers for the “the liberal media” and a general manner of speaking that often veered into rhetorical culs-de-sac," he continued.
Palin didn't draw supporters to their feet: "While she drew applause during her remarks, Palin’s extemporaneous and frequently discursive style was such that she never truly roused a true-believing crowd as passionate about the issue at hand as she. Not once during her address did they rise to their feet."
They did stand at the end, however.
She then got a standing ovation from most of the crowd, but a few had begun to leave before she even finished and within seconds of her concluding, scores more got up and put on their jackets as they walked away.
In addition to the suggestion that government officials would consider hastening the death of the infirm or handicapped, she began her remarks with a puzzling commentary on the design of newly minted dollar coins.
Noting that there had been a lot of “change” of late, Palin recalled a recent conversation with a friend about how the phrase “In God We Trust” had been moved to the edge of the new coins.
“Who calls a shot like that?” she demanded. “Who makes a decision like that?”
She added: “It’s a disturbing trend.”
The decision to put "IN GOD WE TRUST" on the edges of presidential dollar coins has received little attention from the press, but was reversed in 2007, before President Barack Obama took office. Sens. Sam Brownback (R-KS) and Robert Byrd (D-WV) sponsored legislation to move the motto back to the front face of the coins.
"It is important that our national motto, 'In God We Trust,' is prominently displayed on all of our currency," Brownback said. "We should not relegate our heritage to the side."
Some of Palin's recent speeches have also received lackluster reviews. At a recent speech in Hong Kong (which also banned the press) some delegates purportedly "walked out in disgust."http://rawstory.com/2009/11/palin-speech-abortion-opponents-mocked-describes-weighty-to... more
Chad Hardy is, above all things apparently, an entrepreneur. When Hardy started selling the unexpectedly popular "Men on a Mission" calendar, featuring Mormon beefcakes recently returned from church-required missions, he suffered the consequences.
Not only did the Mormon stronghold of Brigham Young University deny Hardy's degree a month after he participated in the graduation ceremony, but the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (LDS) full-on excommunicated him. That's no small thing in a church that encourages followers to disconnect from wayward family members. But did Chad Hardy repent and try to get back into the church's good graces? Nope. He just got cracking on another hot calendar idea -- this time featuring the female side of the church.
Hardy's new calendar, "Hot Mormon Muffins: A Taste of Motherhood," features LDS women in sexy pin-up style poses celebrating both their outer beauty and their family values by including favorite recipes for tasty muffins. There's no way he's not going to make money on this thing. And obviously the church is not going to be amused.
The Associated Press reports that church spokesperson Kim Farah declined to comment on the new calendar Monday. But if the church was angry enough to excommunicate Hardy, it would appear likely that the 12 moms (ranging in age from 26 to 53) appearing in "Hot Mormon Muffins" will have to watch out.
At least one of the models has already expressed her defiance. Tami Roberts, 35, of Idaho Falls, Idaho, said she did the calendar, in part, because she wants her 3 daughters to "know that everybody is not the same and it's OK to make your own choices." Roberts read about the "Men on a Mission" calendar last year, and decided that she wanted to be a part of the new project after reading about Hardy's punishment.
"That made me mad, I did not agree with that," the cover model said. "The pictures are tasteful, and it's fun. I don't see why people can't have a sense of humor. I just don't think it's a big deal."Chad Hardy is, above all things apparently, an entrepreneur. When Hardy started... more
Rosa Acosta is one hot model and if you have never heard of her before, check out her stretching in her tight outfit in this very sexy video.Rosa Acosta is one hot model and if you have never heard of her before, check out her... more
This is after I got my Laptop working with Flash,
for a long time it would not work with all types of flash.
it was a nice HoT Day so I went outside after fixing my Laptop.
in this Video you see me chating with my Viewers on Ustream.tv
http://twitter.e-tard.tvThis is after I got my Laptop working with Flash, for a long time it would not work... more
Who is she? An artist? A model? Part pin up, part human graffiti, von Hottie is a New York moment incarnate. von Hottie blows a kiss to the glamour of yesterday, winks at modern celebrity culture, and proves that "von Hottness" is all about confidence and having fun.Who is she? An artist? A model? Part pin up, part human graffiti, von Hottie is a New... more
4 days a month is child abuse.
Aren't all ridiculously hot models and actresses required to humbly confess that they were dorky/nerdy/geeky in school? "Prison Break's" Jodi Lyn O'Keefe is no exception, although after watching this, chances are you'll believe her.Aren't all ridiculously hot models and actresses required to humbly confess that... more
The much-loved British tradition of roaring on our tennis heroes and tennis zeros continued in fine fashion Thursday night after schedulers arranged for both Scot Andy Murray and Englishman Chris Eaton (ranked a lowly 661 in the world!) to play in the day's last matches on the show courts.
Murray came through in straight sets against Frenchman Fabrice Santoro, but the real drama surrounded until-now-unknown Chris Eaton, who was willed on into the night by an army of young, good looking fans, against the number 25 seed, Russian Tursunov.
Placed over 600 spots lower than the Russian in the rankings Eaton impressed in the first set taking it to a nervy tie-break but eventually fell in 3 sets after forcing Tursunov to serve for the match.
Me thinks we'll be seeing more of this Chris Eaton, hopefully on, but definitely off, the court too if his screaming female fans have their way.
Oh - and the last British womens' hope crashed out of Wimbledon yesterday too losing to defending champ Venus Williams.
So I guess we'll only be hearing "C'mon Andy" for the next week, and perhaps the odd "C'mon Tim" from the nostalgic jokers amongst us.The much-loved British tradition of roaring on our tennis heroes and tennis zeros... more