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Jen Aniston's sex tape creates ripples

Last updated on: March 8, 2011 18:48 IST

Jen Aniston's sex tape creates ripples

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This is no ordinary 'sex tape.' It is the ultimate viral video complete with dozens of adorable puppies, dancing babies and a fat man crying at a rainbow.

The video, jokingly marketed as 'Jen Aniston's Sex Tape' advertises Smart Water, a brand that actress Jennifer Aniston has promoted before, reports the Daily Mail.

It begins with a chubby cheeked child singing the song Like A G6 followed by Aniston dressed in tight trousers and a vest top. She replaces the child and is soon surrounded by a crush of golden retriever puppies.

A talking parrot features next, before a few computer generated babies appear and start dirty dancing.

Next a fan man arrives and starts crying at a double rainbow, only to be comforted by Aniston, who is then approached by a ginger-haired man, who tells her he's been in love with her 'like forever'.

She kicks him in the groin.

'Sorry,' she says, 'I've just been told that's worth about a 100,000 hits.'

After attempting to drink seductively from a bottle of smart water, she bursts out laughing.

The video ends with the team deciding on a name for the video -- 'Jen Aniston's Sex Tape', suggests one.

'I love it,' she says.


Image: Jennifer Aniston in Swart Water ad

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Vanessa Hudgens admits she's single

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Actress Vanessa Hudgens has admitted that she is currently single and very much interested in having a relationship.

Hudgens, 22, who split from Zac Efron last December, revealed she was open to a relationship during the screening of her new movie Beastly at the Village East Theatre in New York.

The former High School Musical actress was asked by a cinemagoer if she was currently dating anyone.

'No, but I'm taking numbers,' the New York Daily News quoted her as saying.


Image: Vanessa Hudgens
Video: Henry S Dziekan III/Getty Images
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Mariah Carey, Nick Cannon throw baby shower

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Mariah Carey and husband Nick Cannon celebrated the impending arrival of their twins -- a boy and a girl--- on Sunday, March 6, with a blue and pink themed baby shower in Beverly Hills.

The Montage Hotel's Conservatory Grill was filled with pink roses and blue hydrangeas, as well as balloons.

'Mariah has been anxiously awaiting her shower,' the New York Daily News quoted a source as telling People.com. 'She couldn't wait to celebrate her baby twins with her friends.'

Guests, including American Idol judge Randy Jackson, stayed on theme by showering the happy couple with a stream of presents wrapped in the colours of the hour.

Among the most extravagant treats were two nearly life-size stuffed giraffes and two handmade chairs.

'Mariah had the best time at her shower,' the source said. 'She was very touched by how nicely everything turned out and excited about all the generous gifts she received. She has been feeling a bit tired and worn out lately, but the shower was an event that she really enjoyed and that made her very happy. Now she can''t wait to meet her baby twins!'


Image: Mariah Carey
Video: John Shearer/Getty Images
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Daniel Craig dresses in drag

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Daniel Craig stepped into a woman's shoes quite literally to highlight the inequality women face around the world.

Craig, who plays the latest incarnation of the debonair spy 007 in the film franchise, wears a blond wig, high heels and a wrap dress in an ad for WeAreEquals.org as part of International Women's Day, reports the New York Daily News.

Dame Judy Dench, who plays Bond's boss M in the film series, narrates the ad with an array of statistics.

Dench points out the fact that this year, women are still paid lesser than men and are victims of physical and sexual violence as well as damaging sexual double standards in the workplace and the media.


Image: Daniel Craig

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