Jennifer Aniston goes 'nympho'!
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Former Friends star Jennifer Aniston's new movie role as a 'nympho' dentist has her doing a sexy striptease.
Aniston, 41, is currently shooting in LA for new flick Horrible Bosses, and an insider revealed that in one scene she did a striptease for a male co-star, Us magazine reported.
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Most Disturbing Film Of All Time
Horror classic The Exorcist has been named the 'Most Disturbing Film Of All Time'.
The film has topped the poll for rental service Lovefilm -- 37 years after its release, reports the Sun.
The story of the demonic possession of a child, which featured Linda Blair as the kid spewing green slime, was rated scarier than more recent flicks such as Saw and Antichrist.
The Top Ten Most Disturbing Films Of All Time are:
1. The Exorcist (1973)
2. A Clockwork Orange (1971)
3. Saw (2004)
4. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)
5. Requiem For A Dream (2000)
6. Irreversible (2002)
7. Se7en (1995)
8. Event Horizon (1997)
9. The Blair Witch Project (1999)
10. Antichrist (2009)
Image: A scene from The Exorcist
Britney Spears has posted Twitpics from the set of Glee, confirming her appearance on the hit show.
Spears also gave fans a preview of the promotion of her upcoming tribute.
'Britney Spears is pop culture, and I think she's been through a lot,' the Sydney Morning Herald quoted Glee creator Ryan Murphy as saying.
In a series of posts on her Twitter page, Spears thanked fans for their interest.
"About to do my first shot of the day for Glee tweeties! Here we goooo (sic)," the star wrote.
"What's up GLEEKS? Having so much fun on set!! Can't wait for you guys to see the episode!"
The second season of Glee returns to air in the US next month, however no date has been set for the Spears episode.
Image: Britney Spears
Emma Watson turns fashion designer!
The Harry Potter star is all set to launch her new fashion line in Prince Charles' private gardens.
The Brit has teamed up with eco-friendly fashion label 'People Tree' to create a new clothing range and the collection will be previewed in London at a royal garden party.
The fashion showcase at Clarence House will be part of the A Garden Party to Make a Difference festival, which runs for 12 days and features fashion shows, cultural performances and cookery displays all centred around the latest environmental breakthroughs.
'I think The Prince of Wales' initiative is such a brilliant idea,' the Daily Express quoted her as saying.
Image: Emma Watson
Are we wrong about Lindsay Lohan?
Doctors who evaluated Lindsay Lohan at UCLA are urging for her early release from UCLA, after concluding that she was misdiagnosed with drug or psychiatric problems.
Sources familiar with Lindsay's treatment at UCLA have revealed that there's a feeling among doctors that Judge Marsha Revel "overreacted" when she ordered Lindsay to stay at the facility for 90 days.
The doctors have declared that the Mean Girls star does not suffer from any addiction problems that were previously diagnosed.
It has emerged that Lindsay has been "weaned off" all of her meds -- Dilaudid, Ambien, Adderall, Zoloft, Trazodone and Nexium -- and has had no adverse reaction.
Likewise, she has had no withdrawal issues in the alcohol department.
This, according to the doctors, means that Lindsay is an addict, reports TMZ.
And, reports suggest that Lindsay was misdiagnosed in the past with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), which is why she started taking Adderall.
The UCLA docs say LiLo does not have ADHD.
As far as having psychiatric problems is concerned, the doctors again say it is just not the case.
Morningside Recovery -- the rehab facility Judge Revel initially chose for Lindsay -- determined she was bipolar, but the docs at UCLA say she is not.
Sources have revealed that Lindsay suffers from a personality disorder, which is all too common in society and sometimes partly the result of difficulties when growing up in Hollywood.
Reports say that the doctors are recommending an early release from UCLA -- they think the maximum amount of time she should spend there is 30 days, followed by outpatient care.
Image: Lindsay Lohan