Oops!... Britney did it again
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Pop singer Britney Spears has once again been spotted out in public without a bra, choosing instead to don a risque negligee with boots.
Spears, 28, was out shopping and at the start when she entered the Only Hearts boutique she was seen wearing jeans, trainers and a cardigan, the Daily Mail reported.
But less than an hour into her shopping spree she emerged from a Los Angeles boutique braless and clad in a lace-trimmed nightie with a pair of blue leather boots.
The singer, who was accompanied by her bodyguards, was seen shopping in Santa Monica's upmarket Montana Avenue.
Earlier too, Britney gave onlookers an eyeful when she stepped out into the streets of Paris without her bra.
The pop princess, who was on her Circus tour, was seen nipping out in a tight yellow dress during a visit to the Eiffel Tower.
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Image: Britney Spears
The Most Powerful Entertainers
Pirates of the Caribbean star Johnny Depp has topped a new magazine poll to find the Most Powerful Entertainers.
The actor topped the Entertainment Weekly list with editors insisting the quirky actor is such a big star he can "do anything he wants".
The magazine estimates Depp's films have chalked up 5.9 billion dollars globally, excluding cameo and animated roles, reports the Daily Express.
Lady Gaga landed the second spot on the new list, thanks in part to her 5.1 million album sales in the past two years.
Talk show queen Oprah Winfrey came third, while Simon Cowell and Will Smith rounded off the top five.
Robert Downey, Jr., Sandra Bullock, Leonardo DiCaprio and Eminem also made the top 10.
Image: Sandra Bullock and Lady Gaga
Johnny Depp's Captain Jack Sparrow surprise
It turned out to be a day of surprise and amusement for students at Meridian Primary School, when actor Johny Depp visited them dressed as Captain Jack Sparrow.
He broke off filming his fourth Pirates Of The Caribbean movie to answer a witty plea from Beatrice Delap, nine, who visited the nearby film set in Greenwich, South East London, and wrote: "We are a bunch of budding young pirates and we're having trouble mutinying against the teachers! We'd love it if you could come and help!."
To her disbelief, Depp turned up with other cast members -- all in pirate gear.
'He asked where I was so I put my hand up and he gave me a hug. He pulled the letter out of his pocket and said he was going to frame it,' the Sun quoted the young fan as saying.
He told another child to study hard as pirates have to be cleverer than everyone else.
Meridian Primary School had just ten minutes' notice that father-of-two Depp, 47, was on his way from Greenwich's 18th-century Old Naval College.
Police, who are routinely at the set, escorted him.
'He whispered to me, 'Maybe we shouldn't mutiny today because there are police outside'. I said, 'That's probably a good idea'," Beatrice added.
Image: Johnny Depp in Pirates Of The Caribbean
Roman honour for Julianne Moore
Actress Julianne Moore will be honoured for her career achievements at the upcoming Rome Film Festival in Italy.
The Hours star will premiere her latest movie, The Kids Are All Right, at the annual event.
And she will be acknowledged by festival organisers for her ability to represent both mainstream Hollywood and independent movies, according to artistic director Piera Detassis, reports the Daily Express.
The 2010 Rome Film Festival will also mark the 50th anniversary of director Federico Fellini's La Dolce Vita with a special screening of the restored classic.
Actresses Keira Knightley and Eva Mendes will open the event on 28 October with their new marital drama Last Night.
Image: Julianne Moore
Tony Curtis buried with Stetson hat
Late film star Tony Curtis has been buried with his Stetson hat in his coffin.
Curtis, who died last week, aged 85, told his family to fill his coffin with his favourite stuff.
It also included his iPhone, his grandson's baby shoes, photos, letters and cash.
'He wanted to be with the things he loved,' the Daily Star quoted a pal at his Las Vegas funeral as saying.
Image: Tony Curtis