'Men don't care what a woman looks like naked'
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Julia Roberts feels that men don't care much about how naked women look.
The actress, who's married to Daniel Moder, was asked whether she agrees with her Eat, Pray, Love character, who says how you look naked doesn't mean anything.
'Absolutely,' the Daily Telegraph quoted her as saying.
'Men don't care what a woman looks like naked.'
'It's more about, 'There's a naked woman here with me.' And anyway, that's what dimmer switches were made for!' she added.
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Image: Julia Roberts
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Elvis Presley's granddaughter in next Mad Max flick
Elvis Presley's granddaughter Riley Keough is reportedly all set to star in the upcoming Mad Max movie.
The 21-year-old model would play a role in the latest installment of the series, Mad Max 4: Fury Road, reports the Daily Star.
The movie would start filming in Australia in 2011.
Keough will play one of the Five Wives -- a group of women Max has to save.
She has previously starred in a few films, including The Runaways opposite Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning.
Inception star Tom Hardy would play the part ''Max'', made famous by Mel Gibson.
Image: Riley Keough
Photographs: Alessandro Bianchi/ Reuters
Britney Spears to get 'kid glove' treatment in Glee
Rumours of whether Britney Spears will appear on an episode of the Fox TV series have been put to rest.
Glee creator Ryan Murphy has confirmed that Spears would appear on an episode of the Fox TV series dedicated to her songs alone.
'Britney, I think 100 per cent, is going to be on the episode,' News.com.au quoted Murphy as telling Ryan Seacrest on his radio show.
The episode, titled "Britney/Brittany," is set to air on September 28 in the US as part of the show's second season.
Murphy said the Spears episode would feature several fantasy sequences in which the show's characters imagine how they can be like the pop star.
Murphy did not specify what role Spears herself would play in the episode, but dispelled rumours that Matthew Morrison's character, Mr Scheuster, would shave his head in a parody of the shiny dome Spears sported after a one-day rehab stint in 2007.
'The Britney episode, I'm here to say, is so reverential about her and so kind, and it's about her music and not about her personal life."
'We're handling Britney with kid gloves,' Murphy added.
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Kim Kardashian, Justin Bieber's photo shoot
Socialite Kim Kardashian's latest photo shoot with singer Justin Bieber is bound to get his fans all riled up again.
Kardashian, 29, who had in May received threats for hanging out with 16-year-old Bieber at the White House Correspondents' dinner, posted pictures of their upcoming fashion spread for Elle magazine on her blog.
'Remember those paparazzi pics of me and Justin Beiber in the Bahamas? Well I can now reveal that we were shooting for Elle Magazine!' People magazine quoted her as writing.
'I just received the pics from the shoot and I absolutely LOVE how they turned out!
'The theme of the shoot was The Graduate for obvious reasons, LOL,' she stated.
There were shots of the two playing on the beach, lounging underneath a palm tree, and one of Kardashian wearing sky-high stilettos while working out on an elliptical and watching Bieber on TV.
'Justin and I had such a fun time together at the shoot,' she added.
Image: Justin Bieber and Kim Kardashian
Whoopi Goldberg back in Sister Act
Hollywood legend Whoopi Goldberg is back in Sister Act.
The 54-year-old played Mother Superior in a stage version at the London Palladium, nearly 20 years after the film shot her to fame.
The Oscar-winner ended up with the role accidentally during a meeting with her fellow producers of the stage production to find a replacement for outgoing Mother Superior Sheila Hancock.
To give producers more time to find a new Mother Superior, Goldberg jokingly suggested she take on the role for a few weeks and they agreed.
'It's a big deal. It's The Palladium and it's London, and it's my first stage production here that I'm in,' the Daily Mail quoted her as saying.
She will be in musical for three weeks, playing the part filled by Maggie Smith and Sheila Hancock in the past.
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