Jennifer Lopez attempts to steal Britney Spears’ Women’s Health magazine thunder.
JLo, A.K.A. the age-defying Puerto Rican chanteuse, appears on the upcoming issue of Self magazine. In the beautiful shots, Jenny from the block proves women of all ages should stay in shape and live a healthy lifestyle. JLo fails to mention she sucks the souls of unsuspecting young women.
“I’m facing my fears and working on myself,” the headline reads on the cover.
In other words, “My life is and will always be better than yours. You basic bitches.”
In her interview, Jennifer reveals she’s working with Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins for her next album (“If You Had My Love”).
“I still consider myself a dancer first and foremost,” she says. “Well, after being a mother, of course.”
See two more shots below:
The slayage continues to trickle in.
Britney Spears’ photoshoot by Jeff Lipsky in Women’s Health magazine is now one of, no, THE best thing you’ve ever seen.
Britney tells the mag it was easy to get back into shape after having Jayden James (all mothers everywhere grind their jaw and clench their fists), but started seeing changes five years later.
Brit says she does yoga, dancing and swimming to stay in shape – apparently parting ways with her trainer, Tony Martinez, who Brit previously credited for getting her back into tip-top shape.
Here’s a video of a behind-the-scenes look at her photoshoot featured on E! News:
Miley Cyrus sings: “look what they’ve done to my brain.”
A valid statement all 20-somethings think. Agree or agree?
Miley Cyrus lends her voice and her breasts to the “Free The Nipple” documentary, a body of work about women who seek to revolutionize and decriminalize the female body. She flawlessly covers Melanie Safka‘s ’70s “Look What They’ve Done To My Song, Ma.”
Basically, women should be allowed to show their nipples in public because men can and that’s that.
She recorded the song in August in just two takes.
Look what they’ve done to my brain, Ma / Look what they’ve done to my brain
“This is about equality,” Director Lina Esco says. “You can show beheadings on Facebook, but you can’t show breastfeeding. If you’re going to censor nudity and love, you should censor violence.”
Listen to Miley Cyrus’ “Look What They’ve Done To My Song, Ma” cover:
Justin Timberlake’s been in a lot of movies, but there was nothing scripted about this.
During his sold-out concert at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY on Sunday, a 10-year-old boy dressed in a (as long as I got my) suit and tie handed Justin a present, telling the “Tunnel Vision” singer he’s been a fan since he was two.
It caught the normally composed JT off guard – taking a moment to step back from the spotlight to set the present (a bow tie) down.
Watch the heart-felt moment here: