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Lindsay Lohan's Behind-the-Scenes Snapshot and Dita Von Teese's Lingerie-Wearing Tips

Dita Von Teese, the reigning queen of burlesque, outlines a few tips you should know before buying lingerie.

 

Here's what's happening out there:

On Friday morning, Lindsay Lohan shared a behind-the-scenes snapshot from a shoot with British photographer Rankin. In it, she's seen with her red hair carefully styled over her eyes, à la Jessica Rabbit, while being zipped into a corset-type dress, also à la Jessica Rabbit. This Rankin fella really has a thing for Jessica Rabbit, doesn't he?

 

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Nov 11, 2014 at 7:16am PST

As probably the only burlesque performer you know by name (and for good reason), Dita von Teese is the perfect person to ask about lingerie. Watch the video above to learn which looks she finds most flattering, and which piece of lingerie every woman should own. 

On Thursday, Disney officially announced the title of the upcoming J.J. Abrams-helmed "Star Wars" film: It's going to be called "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," because the force has been quietly napping since we last left off with it in 1983.

According to Us Weekly, Miley Cyrus has been casually dating Patrick Schwarzenegger, the son of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver. They make a pretty good couple, too, because Miley needs a beefy guy who can push her around on that wrecking-ball swing-set she loves so much.

On Thursday, 41-year-old actress Kate Beckinsale wowed in a plunging white dress (below) at the West Hollywood launch party for Battersea Power Station, a development company you'd likely never hear about if not for Kate Beckinsale. You owe Kate Beckinsale a nice thank-you note, Battersea Power Station.

Drew Barrymore recently told People magazine she became enamored with the smell of whale vomit (or ambergris) when she was designing her latest line of perfumes, describing it as the "most potent, amazing, knee-buckling scent." So if any guys out there really want to score points with Drew, they should take her to SeaWorld and arrange for Shamu burp in her face.

Earlier this week, Hilaria Baldwin demonstrated yet another body-bending pose on Instagram, this time twisting herself into a pretzel in bed (below). It's impressive and provocative, sure, but it's also quite telling: Hilaria is definitely the sort of person who takes up the whole bed when you're sleeping next to her. We just know it.

 

"Hart of Dixie" actress Rachel Bilson and boyfriend Hayden Christensen welcomed a daughter on Wednesday. They named the girl Briar Rose (a "Sleeping Beauty" reference), apparently unaware that Briar Christensen sounds like the name of a metrosexual lumberjack.

Kim Kardashian and husband Kanye West wore matching double-breasted Balmain blazers around New York City on Thursday night. Kim, however, wore nothing underneath, just in case we didn't notice the double-breasted part.

During a Broadway performance of his new play "The River," Hugh Jackman reportedly sliced open his finger with a kitchen knife, to the point that "blood was spurting everywhere." Knowing this, it's all the more impressive he survived his "Wolverine" franchise.

English actress Keira Knightley recently spoke about her topless pictorial with Interview magazine, saying that she only agreed on the condition that they not "make [her breasts] any bigger or retouch." We don't have the rights to post that photo, but we can give you the magazine's cover instead (below). It's a poor substitute, we know, but at least we're trying. 

 

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Aug 8, 2014 at 12:09pm PDT

Mark Wahlberg will reportedly star as Steve Austin in a film adaptation of "The Six Million Dollar Man." However, it's now going to be called "The Six Billion Dollar Man," because this isn't the '70s anymore. Robot organs cost a lot more than they used to.

And finally, Lionsgate Entertainment and a Dutch media company are working to turn "The Hunger Games" into a live-action theatrical production. At long last, you'll be able to see the franchise's brutal child murder and wreckless endangerment enacted on stage, probably to a jaunty song or two. 

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