All posts for the month June, 2013

Rihanna & Kate Moss Get Naughty In BTS Video Of Their V Shoot!

Published June 30, 2013 by gossipzoo

What could be hotter than pics of Rihanna and Kate Moss cavorting about in bondage attire???


Somebody up there must really like us, because behind-the-scenes footage of RiRi and Mossy getting VERY up close and personal for V magazine and photog Mario Testino has just been released, and it is SCORCHING!

But don’t just take our word for it, watch the clip (above) and see all the HOTNESS yourself!

A cold shower may be necessary afterwards. LOLz!

Jennifer Lawrences Gives Good BACK At The 2013 Independent Spirit Awards!

Published June 30, 2013 by gossipzoo

Is it just us, or is Jennifer Lawrence showing more and more skin with every red carpet appearance this Awards season?!

At this rate, she’ll show up to the Oscars wearing fishnets and nothing else!

Okay, well maybe it won’t be THAT dramatic, but The Silver Linings Playbook star really kicked the revealing fashion up a notch at yesterday’s 2013 Independent Spirit Awards with a cut-out black top that put all of Miley Cyrus‘ recent side-boob-age to SHAME…and left her beautiful back almost ENTIRELY exposed!

Thank goodness the ceremony was hosted in the warm temperatures of Santa Monica Beach!

Gurl completed her look with a matching black skirt, a Lanvin necklace, Giuseppe Zanotti shoes, and a Bottega Veneta bag…and obviously, it all must have worked in her favor because she took home the award for “Best Female Lead Performance!”


Ch-check out more photos of Jen’s red carpet look (above) and find out the rest of the 2013 Independent Spirit Award winners…AFTER THE JUMP!!!

Best First Screenplay – Derek Connolly, Safety Not Guaranteed

Best First Feature – Stephen Chbosky, The Perks Of Being A Wallflower

Best Supporting Male Performance – Matthew McConaughey, Magic Mike

Robert Altman Award for Cast Ensemble – Starlet

Piaget Producers Award – Mynette Louie, Stones in the Sun

Best International Film – Michael Haneke, Amour

John Cassavetes Award for Under $500,000 – Middle of Nowhere

Best Supporting Female Performance – Helen Hunt, The Sessions

Best Cinematography – Ben Richardson, Beasts of the Southern Wild

Best Screenplay – David O. Russell, Silver Linings Playbook

Best Female Lead Performance – Jennifer Lawrence, Silver Linings Playbook

Best Male Lead Performance – John Hawkes, Battery Dying

Best Feature Film – Silver Linings Playbook

Maksim Chmerkovskiy — I’m DONE with ‘Dancing with the Stars’

Published June 29, 2013 by gossipzoo



Maksim Chmerkovskiy‘s days of sequin unitards are OVER … ’cause TMZ has learned the Bad Boy of the Ballroom is officially leaving “Dancing with the Stars.”

Sources close to the production tell us … Maksim spoke with producers a few days ago and informed them that he wouldn’t be returning for the upcoming season.

FYI — the 33-year-old dancer has been on the show since Season 2 (2006) … and partnered up with stars like Misty May, Laila Ali, Erin Andrews, Kirstie Alley and Mel B.

We’re told Maksim wants to stay in the entertainment world … and is currently pursuing movie and TV projects.

As for Maksim’s brother Val — we’re told he WILL return to the show … so don’t worry America, you’ll still get your Chmerkovskiy fix.

YouTube Star DeStorm Power — Freestyle Rap Sesh … At the Gas Station

Published June 29, 2013 by gossipzoo



DeStorm Power
is a YouTube GOD — with over 191 MILLION views — but the guy is so down to earth, he still changes his own oil .. and FREESTYLE RAPS at the gas station … and TMZ has the video.

Despite his viral success on the Internet, Power told us his next major song release will be televised on MTV — which begs the question … MTV still plays music??

But TMZ got a live demo of Power’s talent when our cameraman offered up a beat … and DeStorm started freestylin’ on the spot … all about his oil change. And it was awesome.

Seriously, watch it now.

Weekly Celebrity Twitter Roundup, Feb. 17 – 23, 2013

Published June 28, 2013 by gossipzoo

Welcome to Starpulse’s Weekly Celebrity Twitter. This week has been filled with angry Indie-Hating Beliebers, baby fund-raisers and comedians having their Twitter accounts hacked by horse-eating Brits. Jump right in.

Patrick Carney

Some unlucky hacker has invoked the wrath of Clarkson. He has learned a thing or two from Liam Neeson.

I have been hacked by spammers. Luckily I have acquired a special set of skills over many years. I will find them. And I will kill them.

– Jeremy Clarkson (@JeremyClarkson) February 18, 2013

Coco celebrates President’s Day – the right way.

In honor of President’s Day, I won’t be getting along with Congress.

– Conan O’Brien (@ConanOBrien) February 18, 2013

Leno takes a bite at BK.

The price of gasoline is so high, Burger King employees in England are riding the horse to work before they cook it. #LenoMono

– Jay Leno (@jayleno) February 19, 2013

Patrick Carney poses as Justin Bieber on Twitter, to the chagrin, enmity and scalding hatred of the Beliebers. Now Mr. Carney has almost as many psychotic teenage girls on his Twitter feed as Justin Bieber does – except they want to kill him, instead of jumping his bones.

Here’s just a couple of the hate-Tweets for your entertainment. More on his Twitter here: (there are some real gems.)

@patrickcarney you is firefly compared to the brilliance of Justin

– miih (@IslandOfBiebs) February 18, 2013

@patrickcarney I just read this news about a loser who was saying that Justin doesn’t desserve a grammy, but wait what’s this loser name?

– SupportingJustin (@Veroniikabieber) February 18, 2013

@patrickcarney you make me disgusted.

– 11DAYSS (@justinislife13) February 18, 2013

maybe patrick carney’s gay and this is his way of coming out.

– Justin (@StateOfJBieber) February 16, 2013

Kendall Jenner puts on a hater-blocker hoodie.


– Kendall Jenner (@KendallJenner) February 21, 2013

Jimmy Fallon gets in touch with his inner gamer for the announcement of PS4.

Excited to announce the PlayStation 4 will be on @latenightjimmy tomorrow night! Live demo of Killzone: Shadow Fall!! #LateNight #PS4 #whoo

– jimmy fallon (@jimmyfallon) February 21, 2013

From one Justin to another…

@jtimberlake great show last night. #muchrespect

– Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) February 21, 2013

Shakira’s baby is off to a great life start, with a successful humanitarian fund raiser.

Milan’s friends helped collect 80k polio vaccines, nearly 200k rehydrating salts & 3.8 tons of food Shak @unicef

– Shakira (@shakira) February 22, 2013

And Stephen Colbert gets hacked by BK.

Regained control of my Twitter feed. Turns out, I wasn’t hacked by VH1 Classic. I was hacked by Burger King!

– Stephen Colbert (@StephenAtHome) February 22, 2013

That’s it for this week. Check back again next week for Starpulse’s weekly Celebrity Twitter Roundup.

Style Watch: Worst Oscar Dresses Of All Time

Published June 28, 2013 by gossipzoo

Worst Oscar Dresses

People tune in to the Academy Awards to see who wins, but what fans really want to see is the fashion – especially when it’s bad. What are some of the worst Oscar looks from past ceremonies?

In 2009 Beyonce looked like she was wearing her grandmother’s curtains in a black and gold gown from House of Dereon. Jessica Biel wore a frumpy, unflattering Prada gown, while Amy Adams donned a bright red Carolina Herrera number that may have come from Spider-Man’s closet.

Miley Cyrus tried to dress older than her age in a silver and white Zuhair Murad gown in 2009, and in 2002 Gwyneth Paltrow wore an eye-popping transparent dress. Uma Thurman wore a white Christian Lacroix frock in 2004, taking the genie look to a whole new level.

Check out all the worst dressed looks in the video below:

Photo Credits: PR Photos

Madonna Edges Out Springsteen As Music’s Top Money Maker

Published June 27, 2013 by gossipzoo


Even at 54, Madonnna has proven she’s the queen of the music world. The pop star beat out Bruce Springsteen to be named the top money maker of the past year.

In the last 12 months, Madonna earned a staggering $34.58 million, largely due to her very successful “MDNA” world tour, which earned her an estimated $32 million alone.

Falling about $1 million behind her is rock icon Springsteen, who earned $33.44 million in the same period after hitting the road on the “Wrecking Ball” trek.

Filling out the top five slots are Pink Floyd legend Roger Waters ($21.16 million), Van Halen ($20.18 million) and country star Kenny Chesney ($19.15 million). The Billboard top 10 list also features Dave Matthews Band, Coldplay and Justin Bieber.

Notice, Madonna is the only female in the top 10 list. You go girl!

Billboard’s Music’s Top 40 Money Makers 2013

1. Madonna $34,577,308.62
2. Bruce Springsteen $33,443,606.64
3. Roger Waters $21,160,131.06
4. Van Halen $20,184,709.91
5. Kenny Chesney $19,148,525.24
6. Dave Matthews Band $18,903,334.14
7. Tim McGraw $18,329,167.89
8. Jason Aldean $17,578,651.96
9. Coldplay $17,300,144.34
10. Justin Bieber $15,944,293.10
11. Adele $13,906,635.76
12. Lady Antebellum $12,968,992.17
13. Celine Dion $12,927,494.01
14. Brad Paisley $12,848,724.84
15. Taylor Swift $12,695,783.32
16. Carrie Underwood $11,942,956.65
17. Nickelback $11,121,419.71
18. Eric Church $11,015,773.11
19. Rascal Flatts $10,777,282.68

20. Barbra Streisand $10,611,419.16
21. Neil Diamond $10,498,985.38
22. Trans-Siberian Orchestra $9,959,362.28
23. Toby Keith $9,805,764.042
24. Drake $9,504,992.38
25. Red Hot Chili Peppers $9,477,807.56
26. The Rolling Stones $9,276,084.10
27. Miranda Lambert $8,818,536.04
28. Rush $8,719,834.30
29. Elton John $8,575,518.13
30. One Direction $7,955,840.71
31. Phish $7,382,514.39
32. The Black Keys $7,358,679.41
33. Maroon 5 $7,159,923.53
34. Jay-Z $7,011,905.17
35. Journey $6,983,106.58
36. Andrea Bocelli $6,732,442.76
37. Zac Brown Band $6,682,797.58
38. Rod Stewart $6,459,568.26
39. Mumford & Sons $6,168,737.62
40. Blake Shelton $5,914,591.11

Photo Credits: PR Photos

Pre-Oscar Accolades: French Cesar Awards Honors ‘Amour,’ ‘Argo’

Published June 27, 2013 by gossipzoo


French drama “Amour” received a huge pre-Oscars boost on Friday after sweeping the board at the Cesar Awards in Paris, France, taking home five of the night’s major prizes.

The film centers on an octogenarian couple who find their love put to the ultimate test when one of them suffers a stroke and the other must assume the role of the caretaker

“Amour” picked up the coveted Best Picture prize, beating “Camille Rewinds,” “Rust and Bone,” “Holy Motors,” “The First Name,” “In the House” and “Farewell, My Queen.”

Michael Haneke was named Best Director, while Emmanuelle Riva and Jean-Louis Trintignant were named Best Actress and Best Actor. The film also picked up the Best Original Screenplay honor.

Valerie Benguigui won Best Supporting Actress and Guillaume de Tonquedec won Best Supporting Actor for “What’s In A Name.”

“Rust and Bone,” starring Marion Cotillard, won awards for Best Adapted Screenplay (Jacques Audiard/Thomas Bidegain), Newcomer (Male) for Matthias Schoenaerts, Original Score (Alexandre Desplat) and Editing (Juliette Welfling).

“Argo,” directed by and starring Ben Affleck, was named Best Foreign Film. The film is a favorite for the Best Picture award at Sunday’s Oscars. “Amour” is also up for the same award.

Watch "Trailer: Amour"

Photo Credits: Sony Pictures Classics. All rights reserved

10 ‘True Stories’ You Should Take With A Pinch Of Salt

Published June 26, 2013 by gossipzoo


Real life stories are a major influence in cinema. Some of the greatest films ever made have been based on a true story.

Today, ‘based on a true story’ or ‘based on real events’ have become phrases specifically used to attract audiences; horror films, supernatural thrillers and even political dramas will use these phrases in their trailers and on their posters. Real life isn’t as exciting as cinema will have us believe unfortunately, so some real events – no matter how cool or exciting they will be – will have to be spiced up a little to make a decent film. Some films try to pass fiction off as real life however so here is ten ‘true’ stories that aren’t 100% true.

Most of them are not gross instances of lying but there are some interesting facts about the real life stories that surround the films. Other films rely purely on word of mouth and no matter how unbelievable the story is, they will insist on putting the true story line up to attract an audience.

Please note that there will be some important plot points and spoilers in here.

10. Argo (2012)

Pinch Of Salt - Argo

Argo was one of the best films of 2012 and has so far done very well in the awards season and will hopefully do well at the Oscars.

All films based on true stories have to have bits left out to quicken the pace and make them more entertaining. Argo is based on the Iranian US hostage crisis in 1980 and it does stay fairly factual but there are a few differences; the six escaped US citizens take refuge in the Canadian embassy – which is true.

However, in the film it states that the UK and New Zealand embassies refused them entry – this is not true; they stayed in the UK embassy for a few days but decided it was safer to stay in the Canadian embassy as they would be able to blend in there better with their accents. New Zealand also helped the people travel from embassy to embassy and helped them get to the airport to leave Iran. Missing this out is not a huge deal but it does mean that Argo has been added to a list of Hollywood films that eliminate international efforts from American stories. After all, this effort was nicknamed the Canadian Caper in the 1980s.

The end of the film is fantastic and has you on the edge of your seat but unfortunately, none of this happened. The real Mark Lijek (played by Christopher Denham in Argo) obviously received a lot of attention shortly after the films’ release and had nothing but praise for Ben Affleck. He did say however, that their real escape from Iran was not quite as tense and exciting:

“Argo is also a peek into a nightmarish alternate universe of how things might have been. Could I have survived three months under the stressful conditions depicted in the film? Would I have kept my cool if Iranian paramilitaries questioned my identity? Fortunately, these are questions I never had to answer.” (Source:

Argo is a very good film which does stay pretty true to the original story. Just take a tiny, miniscule pinch of salt when watching it.

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Charmed: 5 Reasons The Halliwell Sisters Are Greatest TV Witches Ever

Published June 26, 2013 by gossipzoo

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I’ve always been a bit of a fantasy geek but, recently, I’ve come to wonder about the lack of witches on television, particularly the small screen. I mean, we have a good few in movies, Harry Potter, Hocus Pocus, The Covenant (wow, was that movie awful or what?) and yet, they seem to be something of an anomaly on television series.

I’ve come to wonder why the shortage? I mean, aren’t we sick to death of demons and vampires by now? On top of that when witches ARE on a series they’re very rarely the good guys, but usually shady, shadow lurkers or just outright Evil. That’s why I’ve come to realise that Charmed was probably a lot more original and unique than it was ever given credit for (and not just a Buffy rip-off) I’ve come up why five reasons why I think the sister coven stands out from other TV witches, both on series and films.

5. Protectors of the Innocent


Charmed was unique in that its protagonists were given very real responsibility. In traditional fairytales, or in movies, the most iconic witches are either portrayed as the frightful antagonist (Hansel and Gretel, Bellatrix Lestrange in Harry Potter) morally ambiguous (Tia Dalma in Pirates of the Caribbean, Nancy in The Craft) or comical (Sanderson Sisters in Hocus Pocus, Owens Sisters in Practical Magic).

However, the Halliwell Sisters are arguably the most responsible, valuable and important witches in popular culture (along with Harry Potter’s Hermione Granger) and certainly on television. From the pilot episode it is very clearly stipulated that the Halliwells, and witches in general, have a purpose: to use their powers to protect the Innocent from the forces of Evil. Here we have ‘witches’ destined with a role that is often attributed to guardian angels and superheroes in popular culture.

These witches are very clearly NOT Evil, but in fact the strongest force for Good.

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