Carmen Electra has never been shy when it comes to her body. On numerous occasions, the former Playboy playmate and Singled Out host has titillated with revealing red carpet looks. Her recent date with Blink-182 drummer, Travis Barker, was no different. During a dinner at Crossroads Restaurant in West Hollywood, CA, Electra went out in a bra-less, see-through sheer dress. Meanwhile, Barker hid behind a hoodie and unkept beard. How romantic!
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What is the “bikini bridge,” you ask? No, it doesn’t help you get to a beach on spring break. It’s a new hash tag that’s sweeping Instagram like a sandstorm. We are generally pro-bikinis here at VH1 Celebrity, but this latest two-piece trend is getting some serious blowback.
By Heather Ricks
Dating is complicated, and no one knows that better than the cast of HBO’s Girls. While their characters navigate the sometimes cruel world of love as a Millennial, the actors themselves seem to have an easier go at it. Creator and star Lena Dunham has found love with Fun.’s Jack Antonoff, after meeting him on a blind date, of all things! At the Girls Season 3 premiere in New York City this week, VH1 News asked the stars of the show to channel their inner Dear Abby by answering some difficult relationship/dating questions. Namely, what should you do if you discovered your boyfriend likes to wear your underwear?
We’ll admit it, January is one of our favorite times of the year because it means all our favorite shows are finally coming back! The long holiday break meant there was little to chew on aside from reruns, the repeated holiday films and those movies we (constantly) put off in our Netflix queue. This week alone, a number of shows (Downton Abbey, Justified with the always-sexy Timothy Olyphant) marked their return. And there are also tons of programs (Archer, Girls and Vikings) that will soon be filling up our DVRs again in the next few weeks.
As HIV-positive transvestite Rayon in Dallas Buyers Club, Jared Leto has exploded back onto the acting scene, earning tons of awards-season buzz. We here at VH1 aren’t really in the business of heaping high-minded kudos on thespians — we just like to watch others do so — but we do want to add the Thirty Seconds to Mars frontman to a prestigious list we just made up: Our favorite roles played by men in drag.
Yesterday, we made the audacious claim that 2013 rocked because there were so many sexy ladies to lust after. Today, we might be eating our words. See, as much 2013 was the year of the gorgeous lady, it was also the year of the handsome hunk. Famous dudes swaggered onto the big (and small) screen and into our hearts. The 13 hot famous guys on this list kept 2013 hot and exciting–and have left us wanting more in 2014.
A lot of very important things happened in 2013. However, the most important thing that happened in 2013 is clearly that famous female hotties upped their game. The 13 women on this list aren’t just physically beautiful, but they’re smart, talented, stylish, brave and funny. We can’t decide if we want to lust after them–or beg them to be our best friend!
There’s nothing like a good holiday film to spread Christmas cheer. Of course, there’s family favorites that run the gamut from Elf to It’s a Wonderful Life to, um, Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf Of Wall Street? If visions of sugarplums are what you have in mind, maybe stick to the fruitcake, but if a sex scene involving Leonardo DiCaprio, a dominatrix and a candle peaks your interest, well then, you’re in for a treat! We asked the cast of this darkly funny, deeply depraved movie why they think this Christmas should be thrown to the wolves.
During the year, we’ve all spent countless hours in front of the TV, consuming the best shows that Hollywood has to offer. So what did we choose as the best television shows of 2013?
With 2013 almost in the books, we’re looking back at the year in movies and sifting through the best the year had to offer. (Sorry, A Good Day to Die Hard.) From the powerful 12 Years a Slave to the hilarious This is the End to the moving Her, these were the best movies we saw this year. (And on second thought, A Good Day to Die Hard should be the one apologizing to us.)