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British Vogue's Topless Model Sandwich, Gia Genevieve's March Playboy Cover, and Much More

Find out how Gia landed the cover (and what Hugh Hefner told her at the Playboy mansion) in our exclusive interview.

 

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Supermodels Suki Waterhouse, Cara Delevingne and Georgia May Jagger posed topless for the April issue of British Vogue (below). Photographer Mario Testino captured the three front-to-back-to-front, effectively creating a topless Cara Delevingne sandwich, which is second only to meatball parm as far as sandwiches go.

 

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Mar 8, 2015 at 1:00am PST

If you don't yet know Gia Genevieve by name, you might know her as the blonde bombshell staring back at you from the cover of Playboy magazine's March issue. Find out how Gia landed the cover (and what Hugh Hefner told her at the Playboy mansion) in our exclusive interview above.

Just days after she and Jared Leto arrived for Paris Fashion Week with matching blonde hair, Kim Kardashian spent three hours at a Paris salon dyeing her locks an even lighter shade (below). We imagine Leto will respond with a lighter shade of his own, and then Kim, and then so-on and so-forth until both their heads are smoldering puddles of neon blue.

According to Us Weekly, Chrissy Teigen and Amber Rose are being considered as possible "Fashion Police" panelists in the wake of Kelly Osbourne's resignation. This, coupled with the rumor that E! is considering Khloe Kardashian too, suggests they've narrowed the candidates to women who are generally very free with the cleavage on Instagram. 

The president of Pixar told Disney Latino that the next installment of "Toy Story" will not be a sequel or continuation of the last films, but instead a romantic comedy between a couple of toys. So finally, we just might get to see a sex scene between Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head where they comically misplace his genital attachment.

In honor of International Women's Day on Sunday, Ireland Baldwin and girlfriend Angel Haze posted a photo of themselves sharing a kiss (below). And in honor of the lesser-known holiday of International Rich Women's Day, they did it atop a Los Angeles high-rise.

 

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Mar 8, 2015 at 8:03pm PDT

On Sunday at the Hollywood Paleyfest, "Girls" creator and star Lena Dunham claimed that she "stopped looking at Twitter," but instead sends her tweets to someone else who posts them for her. Meanwhile, we "stopped smoking," but instead bought a pack for our co-worker, and we have her hold a cigarette up to our face several times a day.

A Facebook user recently unearthed three videos of a 12-year-old Ryan Gosling busting a move at a 1992 dance recital (below). We can honestly say we've never felt that comfortable on a dance floor in our entire lives, but then again, we've never worn a pair of pants with such a roomy, freeing crotch. Maybe that's the secret.

"Transformers" and "Fury" actor Shia LaBeouf was offered $10,000 to cut off his rat tail by a pest control company seeking some publicity. It is unknown whether they get to beat him with the tail afterward, or if they failed to specifically stipulate that part in the offer. 

As he recently documented on his Instagram account, former "Full House" actor John Stamos showed up outside the old "Full House" house in San Francisco, and surprisingly, nobody recognized him (below). But then again, maybe it's not so surprising. Who would expect John Stamos to be hanging around the "Full House" house, looking for recognition? The guy who played Uncle Joey, sure, but Stamos? No way.

 

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Mar 6, 2015 at 4:23pm PST

Last Friday, a representative for actress Cate Blanchett announced that she and husband Andrew Upton had adopted a baby girl. The two are already parents to three boys, but raising a daughter is likely to be Blanchett's most challenging role aside from playing Queen Elizabeth I for the millionth time. 

Human rights lawyer Amal Clooney — also the wife of actor George Clooney — will reportedly be joining the faculty at NYC's prestigious Columbia Law School this spring. Her husband, on the other hand, will continue to keep making passable movies until we all forget about his turn in "Batman and Robin" where his bat-nipples were visible.

And finally, pop rock duo Hall and Oates are suing a Brooklyn granola company for naming one of their pre-packaged offerings "Haulin' Oats." If Hall and Oates are successful in their case, we assume the duo will file a similar suit against our new erotie pie shop, "Private Pies (Are Watching You)."

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