R&B singer Erykah Badu doesn’t leave much to the imagination in a new video she shot recently with The Flaming Lips.
The edgy, expressive singer - who wore her birthday suit in her 2010 “Window Seat” video - is at it again, this time posing naked in a bathtub while crooning “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face,” a classic made famous by Roberta Flack, per Rolling Stone.
Interestingly, the most provocatively bared body parts - dripping with milk, glitter and another substance at various points throughout the video - do not actually belong to the Grammy-winning singer but her sister Nayrok, according to the magazine.
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Acclaimed Broadway production “Once” snagged top honors at this year’s Drama Desk Awards.
The romantic 2006 film-turned-Broadway musical - about the relationship between an Irish musician and his Czech immigrant muse - scored four awards at the New York City ceremony Sunday night, according to USA Today.
The statues were for best musical, best director, lyrics (for singer-songwriters Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova) and best orchestrations.
Michelle Pfeiffer admits in a new interview that vanity played a part in her decision to adopt a vegan lifestyle, but she adds that more than anything it was because of a desire to live a healthier life.
The 54-year-old actress tells Dr. Sanjay Gupta on Monday's edition of "Piers Morgan Tonight" that watching his documentary, "The Last Heart Attack," gave her plenty of food for thought.
"I was finishing up working on, I think it was 'Dark Shadows,'" she says. "And I was watching CNN, and 'The Last Heart Attack' came on."
Brooke Hogan's new job sort of has her following in her father's footsteps, and she tells CNN that he wasn't thrilled about it at first.
Brooke, daughter of legendary wrestler Hulk Hogan, now manages the female division (a.k.a., "The Knockouts") of TNA's "Impact Wrestling" on Spike TV, she told CNN at the MTV Movie Awards Sunday.
"Secretly I always wanted to wrestle, even though I’m a total pansy," she said. "I cannot take a bump for the life of me, but I just saw the opportunity, and I was like 'why not,' you know, it’s temporary. I get to get in there and straighten a few things out, you know. I’m passionate about it, I’ve grown up in the business, and it’s fun."
The debate surrounding the "N" word continues today with Gwyneth Paltrow at the center of it.
Conversation was sparked over the weekend after an image was tweeted from her account that appears to be of herself on stage with rappers Kanye and Jay-Z during their “Watch the Throne” concert in Paris. (For those who don't know, Paltrow is besties with Jay-Z and his wife, Beyonce.)
Jay and 'Ye reportedly made the most of being in the City of Light, performing their track "N***as in Paris" 11 times - a record, music blog Nah Right points out.
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