Pamela Anderson to play Virgin Mary
Pamela Anderson is set to play the Virgin Mary for an upcoming Canadian television station.
According to Hollywood Reporter, the former Baywatch star, who is a native of Canada, will star in A Russell Peters Christmas Special for CTV and The Comedy Network.
The one-hour special will air on December 1, and will also star Michael Buble, Jon Lovitz, Ted Lange and Scott Thompson, Fox News reported.
The programme will be a mix of comedy, musical performances and animation.
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Kelly Brook posts nude snap to authenticate Twitter account
Kelly Brook has delighted fans by posting a nude photo of herself on Twitter, to prove her account is authentic.
The British actress and model was recently asked by British comedian Leigh Francis if she was actually controlling her page.
'It's me! How can I prove it??' Contactmusic quoted her as replying in a tweet.
Brook uploaded a nude photograph of her on the site, with her hair styled to cover her breasts, to convince her fans that the account was really hers.
'Leaked photo!! See it's me!!!!' she wrote.
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Kristen Stewart felt Twilight wedding was 'real'
Kristen Stewart has admitted that her wedding to Robert Pattinson in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 felt like a real ceremony.
The 21-year-old-actress attended the black carpet premiere of the penultimate film in the series in Los Angeles on Monday night with her co-star and boyfriend Robert Pattinson, and admitted she imagined their wedding in the movie was the real thing.
Speaking of her character Bella Swan's ceremony with Robert's vampire alter-ego Edward Cullen, she said: 'I cleared my mind, I did a pretty good job at forgetting. I didn't want to remember it for any weird, neurotic, actory thoughts,' Contactmusic reported.
'I really wanted to remember an experience that felt right for the moment. I don't know, it felt very natural. It felt like, kind of a real ceremony to me.'
Robert was also struck by the wedding scenes which made him realise exactly what a huge event it is for a girl.
'She looked like she was so terrified, she was so amazing and everyone was looking at her. You suddenly realise how nerve-wracking it is for women,' he told E! News.
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Oprah Winfrey receives honourary Oscar for humanitarian work
Oprah Winfrey received an honourary Oscar at the 3rd annual Governors Awards in Los Angeles on Saturday.
She was awarded the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award, granted for efforts that promote hope around the world and goodwill for the film industry, Us magazine reported.
'I never imagined myself receiving an Oscar, certainly not for doing what I believe is a part of my calling, a part of my being,' she said, as excerpted by the Hollywood Reporter.
'It's unimaginable that I would be standing before you, voted by the board of governors. So when I say thank you, the thank you comes from a place deeper even than I know, because it's not just from me, it's from everybody who made me possible,' she added.
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