Sex toys by Carmen Electra!
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Kinky Carmen Electra has confessed that she is a 'bondage girl' and enjoys playing with sex toys.
The former Baywatch babe is designing her own line of sex toys and marital aids.
And Electra says she is the perfect woman for the job -- because she loves playing with them.
'It's very naughty. I love lingerie and I love sex toys and the whole idea of them. We all do,' the Sun quoted her as saying.
'I'm a bondage girl myself. I like to be in control sometimes as the dominatrix. But then it's fun to be submissive as well. I can play both parts,' she added.
The 38-year-old actress found fame as sexy lifeguard Lani McKenzie on TV's Baywatch in the late 1990s.
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Image: Carmen Electra
No kids for Scarlett Johansson, Ryan Reynolds
Ryan Reynolds has revealed that he and his wife Scarlett Johansson are in no rush to start a family.
The actor said that they are "years" away from having children, but do hope to have a family one day.
'A few years down the road, having a family. That's years away at this point,' People mag quoted Ryan as telling according to GQ.
Since their 2008 nuptials, Reynolds, 33, said he's naturally become more protective of the relationship, but denied being obsessed with privacy.
'For the most part -- I can only speak for me, as one-half of that relationship -- I choose to remain as private as possible without being secretive,' he said.
Image: Ryan Reynolds and Scarlett Johansson
Photographs: Eric Thayer/Michael Buckner/ Reuters
Miller to sue over phone hacking
Actress Sienna Miller is all set to sue News of the World over phone hacking.
The favourite cover girl of magazine editors and the star of such films as Alfie and Layer Cake is understood to have discovered that her mobile phone was targeted by Glenn Mulcaire, a private investigator hired by the News of the World at a cost of 100,000 pounds-a-year, reports the Independent.
Miller, who reportedly noticed that a number of her messages were described as being "old" even though she had not listened to them, is understood to be intending to join a legal action being brought by Bindmans, a firm of London solicitors which is seeking a judicial review of Scotland Yard's failure to warn individuals whom it knew to be on Mulcaire's list of targets.
News Group has consistently denied that there was a culture of phone hacking among News of the World journalists and has told MPs that Goodman and Mulcaire were rogue operators.
Sienna Miller is one of several public figures who is considering action, have launched legal proceedings or called for a judicial review of the police conduct in the case.
Image: Sienna Miller
Michelle Williams' stripping feat!
Michelle Williams has claimed that she can strip out of her clothes faster than anyone else.
The 30-year-old actress initially struggled to find acting work until landing her role as Jen Lindley in TV show Dawson's Creek in 1997.
However, she has claimed that the number of auditions she used to go on left her with the unexpected skill.
'I was so lucky to get Dawson's Creek. I was auditioning for pilots twice a day. You get used to a rhythm of rejection. But auditioning taught me to change my clothes really fast,' the Sydney Morning Herald quoted her as saying.
'To this day I can get in and out of my bra and panties faster than anyone,' she said.
Williams has put her stripping skills to the test for numerous movie roles, but isn't sure why she has bared her body on screen so many times because she isn't completely happy with her figure.
'I have the usual self-loathing and body issues, and yet I seem to be naked in a lot of movies. The nudity has to end somewhere.
'It would be really nice if the pictures did not get posted online. But then maybe that's a reason to do it -- just get naked, and who cares if it ends up on the internet,' she told W magazine.
Image: Michelle Williams
Harrison Ford wants Sean Connery for Indiana Jones 5
Harrison Ford is trying to convince Sean Connery to return as his dad in Indiana Jones 5.
The Bond legend has said he will not make any more films.
However, Harrison is confident he can tempt the 80-year-old to appear as Henry Jones Sr, a role he played in 1989's The Last Crusade.
Apparently, Harrison, 68 is trying his best to persuade Connery by sending him gifts.
'I hear Harrison has been sending over gifts to try to convince him,' the Daily Star quoted a film source as saying.
Image: A scene from India Jones and The Last Crusade