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Exclusive: Beyonce’ & George Michael On Stage!

Check out this video of Beyonce’ during her tour stop in London at the 02 Arena. She brought out special guest George Michael to perform a duet of her hit “If I Were A Boy”

This is AMAZING!!

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Tune In: Exclusive! – Lil Wayne’s ‘All Access Grammy Special’ Interview

Lil Wayne is doing a rare prime time interview with CBS’s Katie Couric.

The interview will air as part of Couric’s All Access Grammy Special.

Look for Grammy nominated Lil Wayne to talk about custom-made bowling balls and his song inspired by Hurricane Katrina.

Check out even more when the “All Access Grammy Special” airs this Wednesday, Feb. 4th at 9pm on CBS.

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All On The Cover: Jennifer Aniston Covers GQ

Jennifer Aniston is not afraid to show her body, or her feelings for her ex Brad Pitt, in the January 2009 issue of GQ.
[Photos Taken By: Michael Thompson]

Jennifer Aniston is not shy.

Wearing nothing but a necktie in the January issue of GQ magazine, she not only bares her soul about the current state of her relationship with ex-husband Brad Pitt, she bares just about every inch of her body, before she turns the big 4-0.

Aniston is sandwiched between two seemingly naked men. The star of the upcoming movie Marley & Me tells GQ that while the two are hardly best friends, they do still keep in touch. Inside, there’s a candid interview in which Aniston calls her relationship with Angelina Jolie and Pitt an “insane Bermuda Triangle.”

Below are more photos of Jennifer Aniston.

“When there’s something to congratulate or celebrate, there’s an exchange,” she tells the magazine. “But there’s no charge on it.” There is, however, quite a charge in the racy photos Aniston posed for, wearing nothing but a red, white and blue tie, reclining on the ground between two buff boys.

[Tie, Black Fleece by Brooks Brothers. Swimsuits (on men) by Parke & Ronen.]

It’s hard to believe the former “Friends” star is 39 years old. The “body” part, at least, is quite apparent.

She jokingly continues: “The funny thing is that people don’t realize we all go away to the Hamptons on the weekends … No. But can you imagine? That’d be hysterical: I’ve got Zahara on my hip, and Knox …” she said, referring to two of Jolie and Pitt’s six — and counting — kids.

But she says she and Pitt do speak from time to time: “When there’s something to congratulate or celebrate, there’s an exchange. But there’s no charge on it.”

More of what she said in the interview:

On looking jaw-dropping at 39: “I feel more comfortable today than I ever did in my 20s or early 30s,” she said. “I’m healthier. I’m more at peace in my mind and with my body.”

On her on-again boyfriend John Mayer: “Honestly, did not know much about him before I met him. I’d heard … you know, uh, ‘Your Body’ – that song. But what I can say is that I had no idea what an extraordinary musician he is. And it’s just great to sit and be witness to that. It’s kind of like, Whoa!”

On the rumors surrounding pregnancy and marriage: “I am not having his baby. And I have not popped the question.”

On Aniston’s current work on the film, “Pumas,” which she calls “sort of a female ‘Wedding Crashers’” about two “aspiring cougars”: “It is so a comment on the sexual double standard, and what’s been ironic is how hard it’s been to get this movie made,” she says. “Studios want it, but they are afraid of Middle America. They’d want to change it; they’re saying, ‘Oh, you can’t do that, people just can’t imagine you …’”

On female movie roles in Hollywood: “Look, I think all women on some level just want to rage against the machine,” she says. “There are too many movies out there that don’t empower women, movies in which their only way of being happy is finding a man. And you know, that’s not my favorite theme.”

The January issue of GQ hits newsstands December 23. Excerpts of the cover story appeared in the New York Post, People.com, JustJared.com and wowowow.com.

Aniston isn’t the only piece of the “Bermuda Triangle” running her mouth. Brad Pitt recently spoke to Rolling Stone. In the interview he says that he and his partner Jolie don’t fight. Pitt says, “I don’t want to waste time being angry at someone I love.”

[Hat by Paul Stuart. Shirt by Calvin Klein Collection. Briefs by Calvin Klein Underwear.]

[Pants by Dolce & Gabbana.]

[Hat by Paul Stuart. Shirt by Calvin Klein Collection. Briefs by Calvin Klein Underwear.]

[Tie, Black Fleece by Brooks Brothers.]

For more on the interview check out GQ Magazine.

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All On The Cover: Victoria Beckham’s Interview with Harper’s Bazaar

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Victoria’s Secrets
With a new fashion line and a houseful of boys, Victoria Beckham has mastered her balancing act

Here’s an excerpt of her interview…

They say that to really understand somebody, you need to walk a mile in her shoes. But what if you can’t actually stand in her shoes? Such is the case with a pair of thigh-high PVC Antonio Berardi boots Victoria Beckham recently wore to a Macy’s appearance with her husband, David, in New York. It wasn’t that the heels were formidable; the boots had no heels at all. Victoria struck her patented pose for the assembled photographers while gamely perched on the balls of her feet.

“Oh, c’mon, they’re not that hard to walk in,” she admonishes as I masochistically try them on (after a bemused-looking housekeeper fetches them from Victoria’s closet). “They’re not uncomfortable! You have to go to a sex shop to get this spray to polish them.” Did she go buy it personally? “Oh. No …”

It’s a bright, shiny morning in Los Angeles, and Victoria, with a pixieish new haircut, is sitting on her couch in a slinky dress from her eponymous new line. The black sheath looks fetching against the royal-purple couch, the ensemble given a kick by the red soles of her Christian Louboutins. “What might feel like a nine-inch heel to most people is like a flip-flop to her,” sighs close friend Heidi Klum.

It’s easy to forget when you observe such a glamorous package that Victoria is the mother of three rambunctious young boys (Brooklyn, 9; Romeo, 6; and Cruz, 3) and the wife of a sports icon whose schedule prompted the family’s move to L.A. in 2007. (“We’re not going to leave L.A.,” she says emphatically, despite David‘s recent acceptance of a stint with Italy’s AC Milan team.) But you need only to watch Cruz bound into the house and into Victoria’s arms — then straight to the soccer ball.

For a woman largely perceived as the dictionary definition of high maintenance, Victoria looks rather at ease. After all, she has earned the approbation of a tough crowd, the fashion industry. Marc Jacobs is on his way over for lunch, and her week is packed with visits from Burberry’s Christopher Bailey, stylist Katie Grand, and photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott. The family house, only one year on, looks like a home (albeit a very fancy, orchid-covered, Damien Hirst-bedecked one), with two palm trees out by the pool, between which the boys make their mother play goalkeeper. “That’s what this bruise is,” Victoria says ruefully, pointing to a mark on an otherwise glossy leg. “I’ve fallen down playing bloody soccer.”

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For more on the interview, please check out Harper’s Bazaar

Harper’s Bazaar US
January 2009
Victoria Beckham by Peter Lindbergh
Nudish Marc Jacobs editorial shot by Terry Richardson