Shakira gets close and personal with Rihanna

Saturday, February 01, 2014    

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Shakira gave fans a little taste of what they can expect from her sexy new video with Rihanna.

The singers dance their way through a luxurious mansion while scantily dressed in a 55-second behind-the-scenes look that's sure to raise some eyebrows.

The 36-year-old Colombian is seen caressing the 25-year-old Barbadian with half-closed eyes at one moment, and then lounging by a pool and puffing on cigars with her the next.

Shakira explains the reasons for choosing Rihanna: "This song Can't Remember To Forget You combines both the reggae and the rock spirit.

"That's why I thought that Rihanna was perfect and thought that she was the other half for this."

— Daily Mail

Favela funk!

She's the world's most talked-about model, and is regularly seen rocking the runway in the likes of Milan, Paris and New York City.

But Cara Delevingne swapped the planet's fashion capitals for a Rio favela as she worked her magic in front of the camera in a street shoot for the February edition of Vogue Brazil.

Showcasing her signature edgy style, the 21-year-old queen of the catwalk fitted in with her new surroundings in chameleon-like fashion as she posed up a storm in the Favela Santa Marta.

Pouting doe-eyed into the lens, the British beauty showed off her svelte and statuesque frame in an uncharacteristically feminine grey strapless prom-style dress, featuring a dramatic puffball hem and splatterings of neon detail.

Another pose saw the Mulberry model stare straight-on into the camera, while rocking a pretty black and tan pineapple-print dress, her favourite Yankees cap and numerous pendants.

On the front cover, bearing the logo 'Street Couture', the model-of-the moment took on a sexy pose in a midnight blue glitter mini-dress and a statement pendant, bearing the word "Hot".

— Daily Mail

Jessica Simpson shows off her stunning swimsuit figure

After giving birth to her son Ace just seven months ago, Jessica Simpson has been happily showing off her substantially slimmed-down figure.

So it is unsurprising that the 33-year-old star has taken the opportunity to flaunt her svelte body to the maximum in a new campaign to promote her Jessica Simpson 2014 Collection.

The actress and TV personality posted a snapshot via her Twitter account, which shows her sporting a white bathing suit that flatters her hourglass curves.

Jessica sports a pair of sunglasses in one shot, while another features her in a bright pink floppy straw hat making a more sultry pose.

"It was so much fun," she told People about the campaign for the new line. ''I'm very proud of what we've built, so to have everyone together on set surrounded by all of our clothes made for a great day. I love the new swimwear we have coming out.

"This swimsuit is feminine and a little retro in its detailing. It's very sexy, but it still leaves something to the imagination. And the shape is incredibly flattering," she added.

— Daily Mail





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