When life gives you lemons, you make a revenge album.
Just when we thought Hollywood’s obsession with ‘who wore it less’ was coming to an end (finally), the Oscars after-party happened.
Rita Ora, Gigi Hadid and Heidi Klum set tongues wagging, or rather dropping, when they all opted to go panty-less to the star-studded events, sporting daring cut away dresses that exposed various parts of their bodies including ribs, side boobs, hips, legs and in Ora’s case, half her butt.
The award for most revealing frock well and truly went to model, Irina Shayk however, who wore an Atelier Versace gown, which for lack of a better phrase basically exposed her bits by boasting a cutaway feature down one side of her entire dress.
Of course all of the girls looked ridiculously taught, tight and toned, and for once it wasn’t Miley Cyrus getting her kit off. But seriously ladies, the naked shock value thing is getting old. Every which way we look these days celebs are baring it all for the media and attaching a feminist message to it.
Patricia Arquette proved during her acceptance speech that we don’t need to be naked to get attention or make a statement. Now I’m not saying that the female body isn’t a beautiful thing, because it is! In all shapes and sizes. But arguably what I’m suggesting is that sometimes the message these celebrities are trying to convey often gets lost in the nakedness of it all.
So ladies, put away your nipples and PLEASE put some underwear on. Sometimes less really isn’t more.
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The brand new cover of 1984 BandAid hit, ‘Do They Know It’s Christmas?’ was finally unveiled on last night’s episode of the X Factor UK.
One Direction, Ed Sheeran, Chris Martin and Bono are among the line-up of musicians in one-time super group, Band Aid 30, tasked to record the remake of this pop hit/Christmas carol/charity anthem.
Organiser and music icon, Bob Geldoff, called upon some of the biggest names in the music industry to lend their expertise to the hit, and help raise awareness and funds for the Ebola crisis, which has claimed at least 5,000 lives since March, mostly in West Africa.
The original version of ‘Do They Know It’s Christmas?’ was released 30 years ago as an effort to combat poverty in Ethiopia, and featured musicians like Boy George, Sting and George Michael.
The full list of stars in the 2014 version include: Midge Ure, Clean Bandit, Sam Smith, One Direction, Ellie Goulding, Sinead O’Connor, Underworld, Roger Taylor, Paul Epworth, Ed Sheeran, Disclosure, Olly Murs, Jimmy Napes, elbow, Emeli Sande, Angelique Kidjo, Rita Ora, Paloma Faith, Chris Martin, Bono, Bastille, Jessie Ware, Fuse ODG.
The song will be available for download on Monday. Purchase or donate at BandAid30.com
Warning: video contains images of Ebola victims which may be distressful for some.
Feature Image via BandAid30.com
It was a sea of glitter at the Grammys 2014, with everyone from Taylor Swift to Amy Kendrick wearing gorgeous shades of gold and platinum. But can we just stop and talk about how Beyonce stole the show in her dress? Here are our best Grammys red carpet dresses.
Even before Beyonce got on stage for that performance of Drunk in Love with hubbie Jay Z, she stunned everyone in her white Michael Costello gown complete with sexy lace and plunging back.
Amy Kendrick presented an award with Pharrell wearing an Azzaro dress that was just-the-right-side of evealing.
British songstress Rita Ora bucked the long red carpet dresses trend and chose a knee-length green-gold Lanvin dress.
Taylor Swift shone in a sparkly Gucci dress that was one of our favourite celebrity style looks of the night.
Australian supermodel Nicole Trufino went for a 70’s vibe with her sexy sparkling platinum gown with bell sleeves and pleated skirt to support her boyfriend, Texan musician Gary Clark Jr.
Ciara showed off her baby bump in a figure-hugging custom-made Pucci gow.
John Legend’s wife Christine Teigen glowed in head-to-toe gold, from her sexy gold dress to her golden hair and bronzed skin.
Who is wearing your favourite Grammys red carpet dress?