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Britney Spears teases intimate flash in lacy lingerie

Britney Spears teases intimate flash in lacy lingerie

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The singer has reminded everyone that she's still the sexiest diva on the music scene.Taking to Instagram, Britney gave fans the impression that she was about to undress when she posted a picture of herself wearing a lacy lingerie top.With the flimsy straps falling around her arms, the US babe very almost flashed more than she bargained for.Throwing a sultry stare at the camera, the 35-year-old looked body confident as she dared to bare her upper body.InstagramBRITNEY SPEARS 2017: The singer teased stripping off as her lingerie fell down her shouldersShe completed the bombshell look with her trademark blonde locks that fell down her front.Revealing that the snap was taken during a recent trip to Japan, Britney captioned the snap: "Throwback to Japan!"Absolutely loving everything about this...
'Cars 3' is the No. 1 movie in North America with $53.5M

'Cars 3' is the No. 1 movie in North America with $53.5M

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June 18 (UPI) -- The animated adventure Cars 3 is the No. 1 movie in North America, earning $ 53.5 million in receipts this weekend, BoxOffIceMojo.com announced Sunday.Coming in at No. 2 is Wonder Woman with $ 40.8 million, followed by All Eyez on Me at No. 3 with $ 27.1 million, The Mummy at No. 4 with $ 13.9 million and 47 Meters Down at No. 5 with $ 11.5 million.Rounding out the top tier are Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales at No. 6 with $ 8.5 million, Rough Night at No. 7 with $ 8 million, Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie at No. 8 with $ 7.4 million, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 at No. 9 with $ 5 million and It Comes At Night at No. 10 with $ 2.6 million.[embedded content]Let's block ads! (Why?) Entertainment News - UPI.com
London fire: Stars gather to record charity single

London fire: Stars gather to record charity single

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Stars including Emeli Sande, Pixie Lott, and Stormzy have gathered to record a Grenfell Tower charity single.The cover of Simon and Garfunkel's hit Bridge Over Troubled Water was organised by Simon Cowell.Other stars including Rita Ora and Leona Lewis recorded parts for the song on Saturday.Sande said: "It's really inspiring to see people come together. It gives you hope in humanity."'It's an honour'Cowell, who lives in the same London borough as the now burnt-out tower, called the blaze "heartbreaking".At least 58 people are believed to have died and hundreds more made homeless.Those taking part in Sunday's recording at Sarm music studios, close to the tower in west London, included singer and former X Factor judge Tulisa Contostavlos and the show's 2015 winner Louisa Johnson.Tower trage...
Sylvester Stallone, Ralph Macchio mourn death of director John Avildsen

Sylvester Stallone, Ralph Macchio mourn death of director John Avildsen

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June 17 (UPI) -- Actors Sylvester Stallone and Ralph Macchio paid tribute to the late director John Avildsen, who directed their most famous movies -- Rocky and The Karate Kid, respectively.Avildsen's son Anthony told The Los Angeles Times Friday the filmmaker died of pancreatic cancer at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. He was 81."The great director John G. Avildsen Who won the Oscar for directing Rocky! R. I. P. I'm sure you will soon be directing Hits in Heaven- Thank you , Sly," Stallone wrote in an Instagram post captioning a photo of him and Avildsen on the set of 1976's Rocky."RIP to my friend and KK director John G Avildsen. He brought inspirational stories to us all and had a guiding hand in changing my life," Macchio tweeted, along with a collage of photos of them together, including...
Kevin Smith starts shooting 'Killroy Was Here' in Florida

Kevin Smith starts shooting 'Killroy Was Here' in Florida

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June 17 (UPI) --Clerks and Dogma filmmaker Kevin Smith began shooting his next picture, Killroy Was Here, in Florida this week.The announcement was made Thursday by Ringling College of Art and Design, the Sarasota school collaborating with Smith on the production."This is a monster movie in the sense of a classic morality tale," Smith said in a news release."No one wants to see you spill the blood of innocents, but when someone crosses the line and goes bad, you get to make them pay in horrible ways, and the audience cheers," he added. "We wanted to make an anthology film in the vein of Creepshow. Killroy is like the Golem, the Boogeyman and the Grim Reaper combined."   "Killroy Was Here is an exciting project as part of our ongoing effort to provide hands-on, active production crew experi