After seeing Kim Kardashian’s, well, everything this week, watching Miley Cyrus prance around topless in nothing but a pair of sheer tights doesn’t really evoke the shock value that she probably imagined it would.
The singer appears in the latest ads for Golden Lady and suggestively licks a heart-shaped balloon as she dances to her own single off of Bangerz , “#GetItRight.”
The brand’s motto for this particular pair of hosiery is: “Golden Lady changes the world of tights. Free your legs with the exclusive seamless tights line.”
Cyrus posted a collage of her moves on her own Instagram and wrote , “rocking dem legzzzz” next to the shots.
So how much are we talking here? This much: Zero. Zip. Zilch. Nada.
Yeah, seriously, Kim didn’t get a cent for her naked pics.
“Kim was not paid to appear in the magazine,” a rep from Paper tells
E! News. “She was very excited to work with French photographer Jean-Paul Goude . Paper has never paid anyone to be on its cover.”
But then again, there was never a plan to pose completely naked, anyway.
After baring her butt (and bod, boobs, etc. )…it’s back to the gym for Kim Kardashian !
Just one day after the 34-year-old E! star made some serious headlines—and nearly broke the Internet—with her full-frontal shots which were released by Paper magazine on Wednesday, Kanye West ‘s missus was photographed arriving at the gym in L.A., where she showed off her famous figure in fitted workout wear.
“Well, you know,” Humphries, 29, began, “I’ve always been a basketball-first kind of guy, and had a lot of success through everything. For me, it’s just basketball, and that’s where my outlet is, especially now. I’m on a team that’s winning, and we’re gonna be in the playoffs and do all that. It feels good. But everything else, I don’t really pay a lot of attention to. And it’s just…”
“Is it hard, though, on a day like yesterday?” interjected The Fan’s Grant Paulsen. “Do you just stay off your phone? Or how does that work?”
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“I mean, a lot of times I don’t even know what’s going on,” Humphries said. “I’m on ESPN and basketball websites and stuff like that. I’m not someone who’s paying attention to things that don’t really matter in my world.”
Better pikin crooner and singer Yemi Alade cover November edition of The Redsheet Magazine.
Patrick Schwarzenegger is the first son of action hero Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver and he’s gorgeous. There were reports that Miley was dating Patrick after they were spotted out on several dates in LA but nothing was confirmed until yesterday when the two locked lips in full view of spectators during a football game yesterday at the LA Memorial Coliseum. Patrick is 21, Miley will soon turn 22 and she looks smitten.
Kim Kardashian looked lovely in a plunging midriff baring crop top and matching trousers as she attended her sister, Kylie Jenner’s event promoting her new hair extension line called Kylie Hair Kouture in West Hollywood yesterday.
Kim Kardashian clearly didn’t mean it when she said on-air in 2011, “I’m definitely not getting naked or taking my clothes off ever again” because the reality star just this week quite happily posed nude, exposing her breasts and vagina, for Paper. Three years ago Kardashian cried hysterically to Kris Jenner on “Kourtney and Kim Take New York,” after a W magazine spread came out in which she was unexpectedly naked, that “you can see nipples, you can see my ass crack.” But something changed because Mickey Boardman , the editorial director of Paper, says the new widely discussed naked shoot was entirely “her idea to take off her clothes and show more than her butt.”
Taylor Swift talks to Time about abandoning Spotify, having no real peers and dealing with absurd levels of scrutiny as the singer’s blockbuster album 1989 cements her status as the biggest force in music.
In terms of her much-debated decision to leave the streaming service, Swift says, “I tried it and I didn’t like the way it felt. I think there should be an inherent value placed on art. I didn’t see that happening, perception-wise, when I put my music on Spotify.”
She continues, “Everybody’s complaining about how music sales are shrinking, but nobody’s changing the way they’re doing things. They keep running towards streaming, which is, for the most part, what has been shrinking the numbers of paid album sales.” Swift later declares, “I think that people should feel that there is a value to what musicians have created, and that’s that.”