ROLL CALL: Toni Braxton Considering Showing ‘A Lil T And A’ In Playboy
First Published: January 5, 2011 2:04 PM EST Credit: WireImage
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A Bankrupt Girl Has Still Gotta Pay The Bills: We might be seeing a whole lot more of financially troubled Toni Braxton – according to her Twitter, she’s considering going naked in Playboy. “New Year, New opportunities. So I have been considering taking up Playboy’s offer to feature me on their cover this year. What you think?… Of course it will be tastefully done,” Toni Tweeted. The singer noted that we wouldn’t be seeing all of Toni. “…Just a lil T and A. They have asked me about 3 times before.” We say “unbreak” that broken bank Toni!
Hurley’s Numbers Strike Again!: The power of “Lost” continues even after the show is long gone. Four of the six numbers that cursed Hurley on the ABC series came up in the $355 million MegaMillions lottery on Tuesday. On “Lost,” Jorge Garcia’s character won $114 million in a lottery with 4, 8, 15, 16, 23 and 42 — and on Tuesday, 4, 8, 15, 25, 47 and 42 (42 was the Mega Ball number) were selected. Following the eerie coincidence, Damon Lindelof, one of show’s creators, Tweeted, “9,078 people played Hurley’s numbers in the MegaMillions tonight, each winning $150. #THATSSORAVEN”
Baby Bump Alert!?: A pregnant Natalie Portman surfaced at LAX on Tuesday with what some are calling a baby bump. We’re not so sure it’s technically a bump, maybe just a comfy sweater billowing a bit? Check it out HERE and tell us what you think!
Frye… Frye… Frye’s House For Sale!: One of film’s most memorable garages – and it’s house is for sale! The residence used for Cameron Frye’s house in “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” is on the market for a cool $1.65 million, Gawker.com reported. No word if the 1953 mid-century architectural gem comes with a wrecked vintage Ferrari. Check out the house, HERE!
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