Drew pokes fun at her boobs

Drew Barrymore?s outfit at the Golden Globes. The actress took to the stage to present an award, however neglected to wear a bra, and viewers could clearly see her breasts through her green top. It seems the joke hasn?t been lost on Drew though, appearing on US TV show Saturday Night Live poking fun at her wardrobe malfunction on the weekend. She arrived unannounced and stepped out in front of the studio audience wearing huge, fake drooping breasts. She joked to the audience: “I can’t believe you guys are making fun of me. Don’t you guys know it’s not cool to make jokes about women’s bodies?” As she jiggled her fake breasts, she joked: ?You guys are supposed to be feminists and you’re supposed to be all pro-lady. I am totally disappointed in you.” She was actually on the set of the popular show supporting boyfriend Fabrizio Moretti who was performing with the program?s musical guests The Strokes. When a Saturday Night Live regular, Tina Fey, poked fun at Drew, saying “arrived with two Golden Globes of her own,” the Charlie?s Angels star decided to have a little joke of her own.

Eva?s Foxxy friend
Post Golden Globes were rumours that Eva Longoria was all cosy with Jamie Foxx, despite previous declarations about her love for basketball star Tony Parker. Apparently the pair were arm in arm as they posed for photos at the WarnerBros/Instyle party and with Jamie even kissing Eva on the cheek. At one stage, Jamie announced: “We’re about to go to the crib,” and staged an exit but the pair quickly backtracked, adding “No, no, no, I’m kidding!” In the same week, the pair was also spotted leaving a party together then speeding off in Jamie?s two-seater Lamborghini. Despite how it looks, Eva is quick to reassure that she is still a one woman man, and that man is Tony. She explained to USA Today, “I did Jamie’s music video for him, so we’re friends. And he has Tony’s blessing.”

Sienna?s film ?disgusting?
Sienna Miller?s latest film Factory Girl has been criticised by Lou Reed, friend of Sienna?s character Edie Sedgwick. Lou told the New York Daily News: “I read that script. It’s one of the most disgusting, foul things I’ve seen – by any illiterate retard – in a long time. There’s no limit to how low some people will go to write something to make money.” Director George Hickenlooper rejects Lou?s criticisms, saying the film is “complex story about a wonderful young woman”. He also mentions that Lou himself will profit from the movie, as one of his songs will feature. The 1960?s film tells the story of artist Andy Warhol and his relationship with muse, Edie. The pair met in 1965 and he soon became besotted by her, featuring her in many of his films including Poor Little Rich Girl and Chelsea Girl. Edie died in 1971 from a combination of barbiturate poisoning and alcohol. It is filming until next week, and is set to be released later this year.

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