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Hollywood's starlets can breathe a sigh of relief, because the FBI has finally made an arrest in what they've coined Operation Hackerazzi (kudos to the agent who invented that clever moniker)— the cell phone hacking ring that has plagued young female stars by releasing their personal and, ahem, intimate photos, texts and emails to the world.
Though the FBI has yet to release a name—or any information aside from the fact that an arrest has been made—this is a major step forward in the case, which floundered for more than a year, E Online reports.
Scarlett Johansson became the latest celebrity victim just a few short weeks ago, adding her name to a list that already included Vanessa Hudgens, Christina Aguilera, Demi Lovato, Miley Cyrus, Jessica Alba, Selena Gomez, Ali Larter, Busy Philipps, Emma Caulfield, Renee Olstead and Addison Timlin. Get More »
With hip-hop beefs dominating music the past 15 years, we haven't had a good, ol' fashioned, student versus teacher diva battle in a minute.
In this corner: 130-year-old Cher -- a Dorian Gray in fishnets -- ready to maintain her throne as cabaret/lounge queen. In that corner: the not-quite upstart Christina Aguilera, who, upon discovering melisma, never looked back.
Based on number of tracks of the recently released soundtrack to "Burlesque," starring the two vocal pugilists, Aguilera takes the (garter) belt, belting in eight out of the 10 tracks. And despite all the deserved jokes about her sexuality overpowering her voice, she holds her own on tracks like the big band-backed "But I am a Good Girl," which plays up Aguilera's vocal strength as a sultry, cooing vixen. Get More »
With its Nov. 24 release date fast approaching, "Burlesque" is starting to lay the groundwork for what it hopes will be a big opening weekend — and when a movie is so deeply rooted in music, that includes, well, releasing some music.
Enter Christina Aguilera's new single, "Express," which (not surprisingly) celebrates unbridled sexuality. Get More »
When Oscar voters fill out their ballots early next year, will they be thinking about those stellar performances from waaaay back in spring and summer? Yeah, probably not.
They'll have who's hot right NOW on their minds –- and why should we be any different? This is the season for A-listers to do things: get serious and reach for that Oscar or entertain the masses with a nice big holiday hit. Or in the case of one star (we're looking at you, The Rock), finally return to the genre they belong. Get More »
If you're looking for something kinda like "Showgirls" but through the cutesy PG-13 filter of "Coyote Ugly," "Burlesque" is sure to be your Thanksgiving ticket.
"Burlesque" looks like more an excuse to stage some Christina Aguilera music videos than actual traditional "burlesque," but who cares? Whatever the context (or would-be context), we're all still suckers for the story of a small-town girl coming to the Big, Bad City and working as a waitress for about 10 minutes before she's given her Big Chance to fulfill her Big Dream of becoming an actress/singer/dancer/model (these professions can be interchangeable depending on the circumstances of the particular story, but you knew that). Get More »