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Keira’s hairy leg drama

Keira Knightley has revealed that she almost turned down the opportunity to appear on the cover of Vanity Fair because she hadn?t shaved her legs that morning. She told Access Hollywood: “We got there and they said: ‘Do you mind doing it in the nude?’ And we said: ‘What?’ I thought: ‘I can’t. I haven’t shaved my legs.’ And they said: ‘Don’t worry we will retouch.'” Fortunately they were true to their word, and Keira loves the finished product.”It was hilarious, I loved it. It makes me giggle every time I see it. I haven’t had anyone come up and say they didn’t like it. It is a mischievous streak coming out. Actually I think it is quite funny. I think it is something to show the grandchildren.”

Eva strips for chocolate
Speaking of stripping, it seems other Hollywood stars need a bit more convincing that Keira to get their kit off. Desperate Housewives star Eva Longoria was asked to film a naked yoga scene, until producers brought in their secret weapon. Apparently Eva is a little partial to Godiva chocolates so producers managed to bribe the gorgeous star into filming the scene. “It’s a hilarious scene, but Eva needed some coaxing first,” an on-set source reveals. “She was a lot more agreeable [after the chocolates]. Marc (creator Marc Cherry) now keeps a steady supply of Godiva chocolates close by for all his divas on the show.”

Bond star onset accident
We?re hoping this doesn?t ruin his rugged good looks: Daniel Craig was left spewing blood after a mistake in filming a fight scene last week. The actor was filming a scene for his new Bond film Casino Royale when an extra accidentally punched him in the mouth. According to a source on-set: “Daniel was filming with some minor actors when he got hit in the face. He was reeling from a heavy blow and staggered back holding his face. He put his hand to his mouth but the blood started to seep through his fingers – it was horrible.” The actor flew from Prague, where the movie is being filmed, to London to get the broken teeth capped.