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Kate Winslet's hottest snaps - nude scenes, sexy lingerie and clinging red latex
Kate Winslet is a Hollywood icon and throughout her time as an actress, she has had many career defining moments which has left her widely regarded as one of the best actresses of a generation.Many know her as Rose from James Cameron's Titanic, but Kate has played a number of equally memorable roles throughout her career, such as starring alongside Jim Carrey in the critically acclaimed drama Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.READ MORE: Madonna left red-faced after she tried to seduce Hollywood star - but it backfiredIn celebration of the star's birthday, take a look at some of the most show stopping, jaw dropping looks the Hollywood actress has ever pulled.Kate Winslet’s striking red dress was captured while she was filming for Romance and Cigarettes.The bright crimson colour contrasted her auburn hair and showed a lot of skin as she ran through the streets.Her dress was perfectly complimented by a matching pair of peep toe heels and a full face of makeup with a red lipstick.The latex dress featured halter neck straps and cups around her chest while the fabric sucked her in around the waist, exposing her hourglass shape.The long skirt flared out and reached just above her ankles, but featured a thigh high split that showed off her toned legs.This blue number clung to Kate’s stunning figure as she posed with her hands on her hips as she walked the red carpet for the UK premiere of A Little Chaos back in 2015.She wore her blonde hair in a classy up do which showed off her facial features, perfectly accentuated with minimal makeup and a light pink lipstick.The dress had a plunging neckline and onlookers were treated with a glimpse of the actress’ assets as she gazed off into the distance.She wore strappy black and gold
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BBC Breakfast slammed as show suggests microwaving chicken breasts during energy crisis
BBC Breakfast left viewers disgusted after one reporter suggested that people struggling with their energy bills could microwave their chicken to save their pennies.Naga Munchetty and Charlie Stayt presented the early morning news programme and a hot topic of the day was the soaring energy bills that some households in the UK may face throughout the winter.The presenters then cut to a segment from Consumer Affairs Correspondent Colletta Smith as she informed audiences with a few simple tips.READ MORE:Naga Munchetty bids emotional farewell to 'decent' BBC colleague as he quits showHer first tip came and the presenter used the example of cooking two chicken breasts.Numbers flashed up on the screen as she explained the most to least expensive ways of preparing them.She started off with an electric oven, which would cost roughly 84p, a gas hob around 33p, a slow cooker would average out at around 24p and an air fryer would be an estimated cost of 15pHowever, the next option shocked BBC Breakfast viewers as Collette suggested people could use a microwave to "cook" their chicken breasts, which would cost a measly 5p.Viewers turned to Twitter to share their disgust as they couldn't believe their ears.One simply couldn't understand what they had heard: "Did she just advocate cooking raw chicken breasts in the microwave? First of all, who can afford chicken and secondly, maybe Saturday Kitchen could tell us why you shouldn't do that."Another disgusted viewer tweeted: "Cooking a chicken breast in the microwave," and added a GIF of Jim Carrey making a mock vomit expression.A disgruntled fan also simply tweeted: "I cant believe anyone still watches BBC Breakfast."Collette continued with her report and told viewers that turning the
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Jim Carrey on His Latest NFT Art, Working With The Weeknd and Remembering Bob Saget (Exclusive)
Jim Carrey has become something of a renaissance man over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, channeling his creative energy and eccentric spirit into new movies, appearances as President Joe Biden, fine arts, NFTs and even an unexpected musical collaboration with The Weeknd. «He’s an incredible guy,» Carrey told ET's Lauren Zima of the performer, «an incredible artist and a lovely person, and I feel very lucky to be his friend.»The actor and comedian narrated three songs on the pop star's fifth studio album, which was released in January, and also appeared in the music video for «Out of Time,» in which the pair shared a «full-circle» moment when Carrey appeared in a hospital setting to put an ominous mask on the performer's face.«was the very first movie he ever saw and kind of inspired him to want to be in this thing,» Carrey said. «And boy, did he ever get in this thing in a big way… He put it to me that he was doing this thing that was the radio station in purgatory, and I didn't want to work and I was like, 'I love you, but I don't want to do any work.'»«And then I started waking up in the middle of the night -- which is what happens with me, I play in the middle of the night — and I start spitting bars, of all things, for god's sake,» he recalled. «It was really funny because I fully left it to him… I said to him, 'Use nothing at all or use a line here and there, if you want to, but I don't have to be in it, whatever.' He said, 'No it's fire, you gotta do this,' and gave me a really beautiful place on the album, so I’m so gratified.»The Weeknd certainly isn't the only person Carrey has influenced throughout his storied career.
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Madonna, 63, shows off ageless figure as she poses for fans in sexy black lace corset
Madonna has treated fans to some new snaps that show the Queen of Pop bare all in a black lace corset.The 63-year-old wowed fans after posting a set of photos on her Instagram story that were sure to cause a stir amongst her 18.4 million followers.The new pictures showed the mother-of-six wearing a black lace corset, cut out between the chest and attached to a black silk lower half.READ MORE: Madonna confuses fans with cryptic messages alongside snaps with rarely seen childrenShe wore her signature blonde hair straight and over her shoulders, her neck adorned with chunky silver chains as she posed for the camera.Madonna held her hands on her hips as she pouted with a full face of makeup and a pair of silver cross earrings.In one snap, she wore a filter that gave her deep red lipstick, eyeliner and a beauty spot above her lip.In another, the singer took an extreme close up of her face as she opened her mouth for her fans.The final picture had a caption which read: “I don’t know my rising sign, no-one can remember when I was born…”In horoscopes, someone’s birth time is used to determine what signs they fall under, which can tell people a lot about themselves.The singer has recently repeatedly captioned her posts with the same text which has confused some fans.She shared some pictures from a “soccer Saturday” with her children as they played sports, swung in hammocks and laughed together.The songstress posted multiple pictures of her children, all with the caption “eternal sunshine of the spotless mind,” which is the title of a 2004 film featuring Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet.During another posting spree, the Material Girl singer shared pictures of herself close to the camera with the captions “G-O-N-E” and “going nowhere
Jim Carrey - Bob Saget - John Stamos - John Mayer - Chris Rock - Kelly Rizzo - Jim Carrey, Chris Rock, John Mayer and More Stars Remember Bob Saget in Trailer for Netflix Tribute - etonline.com - Los Angeles - Netflix
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Jim Carrey, Chris Rock, John Mayer and More Stars Remember Bob Saget in Trailer for Netflix Tribute
Bob Saget's closest friends are coming together to pay tribute to the late comedian following his tragic death in January.In the trailer for , released Wednesday, the funnyman is celebrated by fellow comedians Jim Carrey, Chris Rock, Jeffrey Ross and countless others in the comedy world, as well as by his close friend and  co-star, John Stamos, John Mayer, and Saget's wife, Kelly Rizzo, who not only looked back fondly on Saget's storied life and career but marveled at the great friend he was to each and every one of them.«Now Bob wasn't something that was taken away from us, he was something that was given to us,» Carrey says at the start of the trailer for the tribute, which was filmed at The Comedy Store in Los Angeles in front of a packed club filled with Saget's friends and family and comedy fans.That sentiment rang true for everyone who knew Saget, with countless celebs coming forward following his death to share what a great friend he was to them.«I hope everybody here either had Bob as a friend like that, or someday has a friend like Bob,» Ross shares. «Everyone of us up here swear that we were his best friend,» comedian Paul Rodriguez echoes before landing a subtle crack at America's favorite dad, «I think that's the mark of a liar.»While everyone in attendance was sure to pay tribute to Saget, the trailer is aptly filled with lots of laughs at Saget's expense, and each other's.«I wanna read my last text from Bob,» Stamos begins. «It says, 'I love you so much.
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Norm Macdonald filmed secret stand-up special before his death
Netflix on May 30.The comedian, who died on September 14 aged 61 after a nine-year battle with cancer, privately shot a one-hour stand-up special the night before he went into hospital for a procedure in the summer of 2020.Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, Macdonald’s longtime producing partner, Lori Jo Hoekstra, said: “His test results were not good, so during the heart of COVID-19 pandemic and literally the night before going in for a procedure, he wanted to get this on tape just in case – as he put it – things went south.“It was his intention to have a special to share if something happened.”The special was shot entirely in Macdonald’s living room in a single take, with his illness preventing him from filming the material in front of a live audience.Hoekstra said Macdonald “ended up watching it before he passed away” and suggested the title, Norm Macdonald: Nothing Special.The special will also feature clips of Adam Sandler, Conan O’Brien, Dave Chappelle, David Letterman, David Spade and Molly Shannon discussing the comedian at the recent Netflix Is A Joke festival.Macdonald was part of the Saturday Night Live cast from 1993 to 1998, where he became known as the anchor of the show’s ‘Weekend Update’ segment for three seasons.After leaving SNL, the comedian starred in 1998 film Dirty Work and his own sitcom The Norm Show from 1999 to 2001. In 2018, he received his own talk show on Netflix titled Norm Macdonald Has A Show.Paying tribute following his death, actor Jim Carrey on Twitter wrote: “He was one of our most precious gems.

James Eugene Carrey (born January 17, 1962) is a Canadian-American actor, comedian, writer, and artist. He is known for his energetic slapstick performances. Carrey first gained recognition in America in 1990 after landing a recurring role in the sketch comedy television series In Living Color.

His first leading roles in motion pictures came with Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (1994), Dumb and Dumber (1994), The Mask (1994), and Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls (1995), as well portraying the Riddler in Batman Forever (1995) and the lead role in Liar Liar (1997).

He gained attention starring in serious roles in The Truman Show (1998) and Man on the Moon (1999), with each garnering him a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor.

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