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.”
Check out the video below…
Sources: Yahoo news, Reuters, The Huffington Post, YouTube
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
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
Of course Arizona wasn’t going to get away with such a bold move without Hollywood speaking out! Celebrities are voicing their opinions on Governor Jan‘s strict immigration law.
International star Shakira visited Arizona Thursday and met with officials to learn more about the law. After a meeting with Phoenix’s Latin Community the Grammy winning star had this to say:
“…It violates the civil and human rights of the Latino Community…It goes against all human dignity, against the principles of most Americans I know.”
The singer who at one point stated, “I’m here pretty much undocumented,” said the Constitution “exists to protect the rights of people living in a nation with or without documents.”
We’re talking about human beings here.
Ricky Martin, George Lopez, Eva Longoria-Parker and Jessica Alba have voiced their opinions via Twitter.
Ricky Martin tweeted yesterday:
“Equality is understanding that we all come from the same place. Racial profiling should never be tolerated, in the U.S. or anywhere in the world. We’re moving backwards. Scary.”
He was joined by comedian George Lopez, and actresses Eva Longoria-Parker and Jessica Alba.
“ARIZONA..George Lopez is coming..Oops..I just got pulled over..Apparently I fit the profile..Gacho!!”
And later he tweeted:
“AZ announces the first Spray Tanning Shop that sprays you lighter “the Casper”..Tougher to Profile.
“The crackdown in ARIZONA continues..The New Taco Bell TORTADA has been outlawed .by GOV Jan Brewer…The changing the name of PATRON to make it more ARIZONA friendly..Now..PAT RON”
Eva and Jessica chimed in by re-tweeting both Ricky and George‘s messages.
Eva also Tweeted:
“The recent legislation in Arizona threatens to undermine basic notions of fairness.”
Sources: AP Mobile (Image from the Associated Press), Billboard.com, Yahoo News
Justin Bieber’s Concert Cancelled!
Police in Sydney cancelled Bieber’s performance after a swarm of teenagers surged toward the venue in a frenzy! Ten girls had to be pulled from the crowd. Eight girls were taken to the hospital. One out the eight had fractured her knee cap, but most of them hyperventilated.
The commotion reportedly began because the doors were supposed to open at 5:00pm, but instead they opened at 3:00pm, leaving fans to believe the teen icon had arrived early. Police have stated that the station was prepared, but the frenzy got out of control. Many of the teenages were there without parents.
M.I.A.’s Violent Video Banned from YouTube
Due to graphic violence, you will not be able to find M.I.A‘s new video on YouTube.
Sources say M.I.A. tweeted this morning about her new single, “Born Free” being banned from YouTube.
“F*ck UMG who won’t show it on YouTube!” M.I.A. tweeted.
Then she later clarified that UMG was not at fault. The video was unveiled this morning on the singer’s official website.
WATCH IT HERE: “Born Free”
Whitney Houston Misses High Notes at London Concert!
Just watch for yourself!:
Sources: AP Mobile News, Billboard.com
Chris Brown will headline and host, “Virginia Stand Up! A Call to Action,” in Richmond, Virginia. This is a benefits concert which will be held on May 15, 2010.
“I wanted to find a way to contribute personally to the ongoing Haitian relief effort and also support an organization that helps people in need in my home state,” stated the displaced singer whose music career plummeted after his legal woes in 2009.
Brown will close the show by performing tracks from his latest album “Graffiti,” and will sing hits from his previous albums as well. Other big names on the concerts agenda are Keri Hilson, Trey Songz, T-Pain, Ryan Leslie, Mario and Juelz Santana. Proceeds from the concert will benefit the Greater Richmond Chapter of the American Red Cross to support their efforts in Haiti and to The Central Virginia Food Bank, a FeedMore organization which fights hunger in the region.
This past Friday (April 16) Jay-Z hit the stage with his divalicious wife, Beyoncé as they performed live at the Conchella festival in Indio, California. The couple celebrated their 2 year anniversary earlier this month and appeared to be happy about performing together. Beyoncé, dressed in a graphic tee and cut-off denim shorts, joined her hubby as they performed “Young Forever.”
Sources: GossipOnThis.com, Yahoo Music Blogs