Kanye sex tape with Kardashian-lookalike emerges

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Saturday, September 22, 2012

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She shot to fame thanks to the infamous sex tape she made with ex-boyfriend Ray J in 2007.

And it could be that Kim Kardashian has more in common with her current beau Kanye West than she initially thought, as it has been claimed the rapper has starred in his own intimate video. The nearly 20-minute-long recording is believed to have been shot with an unidentified female who is a 'dead ringer' for Kim herself, radaronline reports.

Filmed in what appears to be a hotel room, the married woman reportedly confirms at the start of the tape that she's over the age of 18 and fully consenting. She adds: 'My husband and I don't have sex anymore... that's why I'm here!' According to the US gossip site, the mystery woman is a Kim lookalike with a curvaceous figure and long dark hair.

Radar maintains to have seen the steamy tape in full and claim they can verify 'without a doubt' that it is the 35-year-old rapper in the video. According to an industry insider, the tape was shot shortly before Kanye started dating Kim in March, and he is said to be 'terrified' about the video being leaked.

A source claimed to Radar: "The sex tape is being shopped right now and there's a lot of interest, but Kanye is freaking out! He doesn't want this tape out and will do anything to make sure it stays private.

If this were to hit the market it would be worth a fortune... there would definitely be a lot of people wanting to see this!"

The sourced added: "Kanye was practically in tears when he heard the tape was being shopped." Ironically, Kanye raps about Kim's 2007 sex tape in his new song Clique. He states: "Eat breakfast at Gucci/My girl a superstar all from a home movie.

— Daily Mail

Moore strikes a worrying figure

Earlier this week her ex-husband Ashton Kutcher looked overjoyed as he put on a very public display of affection with new girlfriend Mila Kunis. But Demi Moore cut a very different figure last Wednesday night as she left the Sunset Towers Hotel in West Hollywood. The 49-year-old actress appeared frail and gaunt, displaying her very thin figure in a short white dress. The actress had been dining at the upscale hotel with some friends, and when she emerged from the establishment she appeared somewhat wide-eyed and disoriented. Waiting for her car at valet, the actress attempted to hide her face with an oversized handbag and stood close by a friend who came to her aid.

Moore had dressed up for her night out, slipping her tiny frame into the minidress and pairing the ensemble with snakeskin stilettos and her white and beige tote bag. Not only has Moore's marriage to Kutcher crumbled, following claims he was unfaithful to her, but her three daughters are also said to have 'broken ties' with their mother in the wake of the split. A source told MailOnline in July that Rumer, 23, Scout, 20 and Tallulah, 18, are finding it difficult to cope with Demi due to her 'emotional breakdown'. Demi also had a stay in rehab in January, which came just after she was rushed to hospital after inhaling nitrous oxide. The actress was apparently treated for substance abuse and anorexia issues.

— Daily Mail

Whoopi steps out in banana-skin shoes

She is well known for being a funny woman on film, but it seems Whoopi Goldberg's sense of humour also extends to her costume choices. The 56-year-old actress and The View moderator stepped out at the Paris premiere of the stage show of Sister Act, sporting a pair of fun banana-skin style shoes. Whoopi teamed her humorous footwear with a billowing dark grey and white coat over black trousers as she posed for pictures with the cast of the show. However, her designer shoes don't come cheap. Designed by Israeli 'shoe sculptor' Kobi Levi, the banana style pair are priced at a whopping $1,400 on his website. The actress certainly seemed to be enjoying the creations, beaming wildly as she posed with the French cast of the show, which Whoopi is producing.

— Daily Mail


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