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Music News: Miley Cyrus Gets Down Right Dirty in New Sexy Video “Can’t Be Tamed”

Miley Cyrus‘ new video features the former Disney star dressed in bird feathers and a black bodice. The star dances in super sexy scenes that will have you asking, “Is this appropriate for a 17-year-old?”

Wearing black bird wings, thigh-high boots, and dancing inside of a birdcage, the teen star sings:

“If you’re going to be my man, understand, I can’t be tamed.”




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Check out the video below…

Sources: Yahoo news, Reuters, The Huffington Post, YouTube

Posted in Celebrities, Celebrity News, Entertainment, LINDSAY LOHAN

Lindsay Lohan to Play Porn Star Linda Lovelace in New Film

Lindsay Lohan has landed the lead role in a movie based on the life of 1970s porn star Linda Lovelace.

The 24-year-old, controversial star who recently posted a Twitpic of herself holding a gun to her own face, will play Lovelace. Lovelace is a porn star who shot to fame with the landmark 1972 porno movie, “Deep Throat.”

I would say it’s probably one of the most challenging roles any actor could play — and not because of the sexual content, necessarily — but more because she was so battered and beat up emotionally, that I think it’s gonna take everything Lindsay has to really be able to pull it off,”  Producer Wali Razaqi stated to the Los Angeles Times while speaking of the role Lindsay will play in his upcoming movie, “Inferno.”

Not that Lindsay’s life is similar in any way — but she’s been through a lot of ups and downs. A lot of times you’re loved and then you’re hated, and I think she can relate to those emotions and feelings.” He said.

Sources: The Associated Press
MSNBC, Reuters

Posted in Entertainment, Lawsuits, Music

Daddy Yankee Sues Record Label and Distributer

Daddy Yankee has sued his former record label for copyright infringement. Sources say the Reggaeton superstar is seeking damages of $10 million from UMG Recordings Inc. and Universal Music Distributor. Both companies continued selling his material after their five year license had expired.

Source: The Associated Press