Jennifer Aniston to go topless
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Former Friends star Jennifer Aniston is set to go topless in a raunchy film that will also star actor Colin Farrell.
Aniston, 41, who has previously only appeared partially nude in a blurred scene in 2007 film The Break-Up, plays a sex-obsessed, kinky dentist who even breaks a nail during a sex act opposite Farrell, 34.
Her role in movie Horrible Bosses is said to be a 'total departure' from her usual romantic comedy characters.
'It was worked out before she signed her contract, so she's committed,' the Sun quoted a source as saying.
The film is due to be released next year.
Image: Jennifer Aniston
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Jenny McCarthy to replace Oprah?
American actress and former Playboy model Jenny McCarthy may replace Oprah Winfrey after her popular talk-show goes off air at the end of its 25th season in 2011.
According to reports, Mc Carthy has made a development deal with Winfrey's Harpo Productions.
'We do not have anyone taking over for Oprah,' the New York Post quoted a Harpo spokeswoman as saying.
'We do have a development deal with Jenny McCarthy. We are exploring possibilities across a number of platforms,' she added.
Oprah is launching her own network and might want McCarthy's talk show on her schedule.
Image: Jenny McCarthy
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Marilyn Monroe's pink satin gown auctioned for 213K
Marilyn Monroe's Gentlemen Prefer Blondes pink gown sold for 213,000 pounds at a Hollywood auction.
The outfit, worn by the star in the 1953 flick, beat its expected price of 170,000 pounds, reports The Daily Express.
And the hat worn by Margaret Hamilton in The Wizard Of Oz sold for a spellbinding 137,420 pounds.
The Profiles In History auction, one of the biggest to have been held in LA, saw 1,500 landmark items going under the hammer.
Image: A poster of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
Liz Hurley, Arun Nayar to buy haveli in Rajasthan
Elizabeth Hurley has revealed that she and husband Arun Nayar are thinking of buying a haveli in Rajasthan, India.
The model-turned actress said that because her father was in the British Army, her family moved a lot in her youth.
'I've moved every two or three years of my adult life. I love moving. I love new houses. I'm always looking for somewhere else,' the Independent quoted her as saying.
And now, she has set her eyes on a haveli in Rajasthan, where she tied the knot with Nayar.
'It's a haveli, a town villa, in the middle of the tiger sanctuary. It's incredibly beautiful, and so peaceful you feel you could tap back into your creativity and do some real fashion designing,' she said.
Image: Arun Nayar and Elizabeth Hurley
Photographs: Stephen Hird/Reuters