Christian Dior : Outside Arrivals - Paris Fashion Week : Haute-Couture Fall/Winter 2014-2015


We've been thinking a lot about famous women's bodies this week, obviously, so here's some food for thought to go with all that virtual ogling. Oscar-winner Charlize Theron, generally regarded to be pretty darn beautiful, has a few flaws. "I do not have a perfect body," she tells Modern Luxury magazine. "I'm always finding things I can work on, but I definitely reached a point where I feel comfortable and happy with the way my body looks." Oh, good. I was worried. I mean, if she can't feel comfortable with how she looks, what hope do the rest of us have? "I like to think I am a woman who is comfortable [with] and celebratory of my strengths and indulges in the qualities that make me feel beautiful," she says, apparently not done yet. "I definitely am not one of those people that is constantly counting calories and doesn't allow myself to enjoy food — I love food. But I just try to be mindful of what I eat and be good to myself." Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm going to go be good to myself with this deep-dish pizza.



Clooney hits Germany for back trouble

George Clooney is still feeling the effects of a back injury he suffered on the set of "Syriana" almost 10 years ago and recently visited a hospital in Dusseldorf, Germany to address the ongoing pain, according to E! News. "George arrived at the clinic Friday morning and had a series of tests with the clinic's top neurosurgeon, Dr. Ralf Buhl," a source says. "Buhl specializes in non-invasive methods, which lessen the need for surgery." The injury is believed to have caused ongoing spinal cord problems and bad headaches. See? So it's not necessarily just the Daily Mail that's made him so grumpy lately.

FBI, Apple take on iCloud hacking case

Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton and the other victims of this weekend's massive iCloud hacking and nude photo leak can rest a bit easier knowing that the feds are on the case. "The FBI is aware of the allegations concerning computer intrusions and the unlawful release of material involving high-profile individuals and is addressing the matter," a Bureau spokesperson says in a statement to NBC News. Similarly, a rep for Apple says the company is looking into the security breach. "We take user privacy very seriously and are actively investigating this report," the rep says.


Miley Cyrus still loves Liam Hemsworth, drugs

"Paranoia" - Los Angeles Premiere - Arrivals

Miley Cyrus may have broken off her engagement to Liam Hemsworth almost a year ago, but that doesn't mean she doesn't still have feelings for the Australian actor. "I love Liam. Liam loves me," she tells Australia's "Sunday Night" during an interview. Of course, she might just be saying that because she doesn't want to upset any Australians on their home turf. On the more controversial topic of her open indulgence in drugs and alcohol, Cyrus gets a bit defensive: "I put pictures of me smoking weed, I'm not going to lie, on my Instagram," she says. "I don't promote it in my songs or whatever, but it's not like I'm sitting around telling a bunch of kids to do a bunch of drugs."

"Masters of Sex" cast get in on the casting game

The folks behind Showtime's "Masters of Sex" are testing out a new tactic to attract big-name additions to their cast: having current cast-members beg shamelessly. First up, series star Lizzy Caplan has a request for Susan Sarandon: "Susan, be my mom!" Caplan says, according to E! News. "She's the sexiest woman. She's amazing. I'm such a huge fan." And co-star Allison Janney has some casting ideas as well, namely a certain multiple Oscar-winner. "I think Meryl Streep and I should play a pair of sex therapists," she says. "We can be like Helen Hunt's character in 'the Sessions.' We can help people who can't have orgasms have orgasms. That would be pretty cool."

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