Amy Schumer and Serena Williams get down to it in the new Pirelli Calendar shot by acclaimed photographer Annie Leibovitz! Giiiiirl, looks fantastic! Miss Schumer shared this stripped down picture of herself with the caption: “Beautiful, gross, strong, thin, fat, pretty, ugly, sexy, disgusting, flawless, woman.” Amy Schumer will also share the calendar with portraits of Serena Williams, Yoko Ono and more.
Psy is out with a comeback song called “Daddy”….The ‘Gangnam Style’ rapper is back with his 7th album…. In the Daddy song- lyrics include “You be my curry, I’ll be your rice”-Epic….. But is it as good as Gangnam Style???? A global smash hit, whose video recorded 2.46 billion views on YouTube, becoming the most viewed YouTube video ever. See for yourself!
A guy in Pennsylvania lost his battle with cancer earlier this month, right before his 67th birthday, and he was a huge ‘Seinfeld’ fan. So before he died, his family managed to get a bunch of cast members to record videos for him IN CHARACTER! He did get a video from Julia Louis-Dreyfus wishing him a happy birthday the day before he died though. Here’s Neman…
Lark Voorhies, better known as ‘Lisa Turtle’ from ‘Saved By The Bell’ went on an Instagram rant mainly about her ex-husband, and in there revealed she has a ‘highly anticipated album’ on the way. I am an amazing author (3 Books on Amazon) and I am currently working on a short film that I wrote & directed and putting the final touches on my highly anticipated album!
A multi-million dollar legal battle over movie “The Wolf of Wall Street” is heading to court after a judge gave a former stockbroker permission to sue over his depiction in the film. Leonardo DiCaprio starred as corrupt trader Jordan Belfort in the 2013 drama, which was based on the broker’s 2007 memoir of the same name. However, the filmmakers subsequently came under fire from Andrew Greene, a former employee of Belfort’s stockbroking firm Stratton Oakmont, who took legal action last year over claims he was portrayed as a scoundrel in the movie. Lawyers acting for the movie studio have previously insisted the film is protected by the First Amendment, which grants the right of free speech.