Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans
Like Becks Like Posh: In a case of “anything you can do, I can do better,” Victoria Beckham has tried to one-up husband David by taking off everything but her Armani undies in a new ad campaign for the fashion designer. The former Spice Girl sports various sexy garments in the ad, including a polka-dot bra and undie combo. We guess the old adage of, “the couple that models knickers together stays together,” really is true.
See more of Victoria Beckham’s sexy Armani photo shoot HERE!
Oprah Bestows A Blessing: Kate Winslet was bound to get compliments on winning two Golden Globes on Sunday, but Oprah congratulated the actress on two other of her golden globes. “I love the fact that you have real breasts, ‘cause in all the breast scenes, your breasts do what real breasts do,” Oprah told Kate on her talk show on Tuesday. “There’s that wonderful thing, you know, if you are a woman, you’re lying on your back, your breasts they go to – they part – but if you look at a woman with not real breasts, their breasts are sticking straight up… that’s how you know. God bless your real breasts!” Kate really can’t put this distinction on her mantle, but we’re pretty sure she’s the only person ever to receive an honor of this nature from Lady O.
Gritty Grint: Not wanting Daniel Radcliffe to get all the salacious headlines for his nude “Equus” performance, Rupert Grint, who plays Harry Potter’s best bud Ron Weasley, is also about to go edgy. The actor is starring in the new thriller “Cherrybomb,” which will premiere next month at the Berlin Film Festival, JustJared.com reported. The 20-year-old British actor will reportedly go shirtless and partake in “drinking, drugs and sex” during the film. Finally, the “Hogwarts Gone Wild” we’ve been waiting for.
Oscar Surprise: No word if Rupert’s “Cherrybomb” will have any Oscar buzz for next year’s ceremony – but could the “Potter” kids be presenters at this year’s big night for movies? Don’t bother asking Oscar producers; they are keeping the list of presenters a secret until showtime, the Associated Press reported. “There will be fantastic movie stars that appeal to a whole range of movie lovers and fans of our show. We’re just not going to tell you who they all are,” an Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences rep said. Oscars with attitude, we love it!
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