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The star posed naked for W Magazine, talked about sex a lot, and not one eyebrow was raised in the process. Miley Cyrus has stripped naked for a tell-all interview conducted by the son of Mia Farrow and, allegedly, Frank Sinatra, in the March issue of W magazine. Wearing nothing but a short blonde wig and her eyebrows bleached, the chanteuse looks almost unrecognisable posing for the monthly fashion magazine under the caption "No Apologies, Miley Cyrus Laid Bare by Ronan Farrow". Miley opens up about her Disney fame, social media and her unusual relationship with her parents, country singer Billy Ray and Trish Cyrus, her manager and "homie".
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Selena Gomez just released the video for her latest single, "Good for You," and it's pretty steamy. The song debuted earlier this week and is the first single from her upcoming album, which will be her first with Interscope. The video starts with a shot of the year-old singer on the ground in a plain white tee, and alternates to a shot of her lying seductively on a couch and wearing a silky robelike dress. Things get extra steamy when we see Gomez nude in the shower, where she continues singing about wanting to "look good" for her man or woman. Throughout the video, she sings for the camera, making plenty of direct eye contact, and seems to get lost in deep thoughts about being loved and desired. Without the rapper's verse, the song is almost 30 seconds shorter.
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Jump to navigation. The lobby of an apartment building in a posh Mumbai locality was the setting for high drama and fracas sometime last week. At the centre of the midnight commotion were a young woman, men from the Mumbai Police and a security guard.