Rihanna's wardrobe malfunction during Israeli gig
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Rihanna's first move to woo the Israel audiences went awry when she had an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction during her first performance in the country.
The Umbrella singer was presenting a gig in the Holy Land as part of her Last Girl on Earth tour, which began three weeks ago in Europe.
However, the 22-year-old Barbados native wasn't afraid of showing of her best assets on stage, particularly when she had a minor wardrobe malfunction.
Rihanna spent the two days prior to her show touring Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, holding press conferences, and meeting some of her fans.
Image: Rihanna performs during a concert in Tel Aviv on Sunday
Photographs: Amir Cohen/Reuters
Sex And The City romp
The four characters on Sex And The City had 115 million indirect sexual partners, a study claims.
According to experts, the stars had a total of 94 lovers on the six TV series. But they calculated that each of these had romped with scores of other people, reports The Sun.
Kim Cattrall's character Samantha had one female and 40 male conquests, which adds up to 53,709,413 indirectly.
Sarah Jessica Parker's Carrie had a total of 21,325,861 after bedding 18 blokes -- the same as Charlotte (played by Kristin Davis).
While Miranda''s 17 lovers added up to 19,787,229 people.
Chemist Lloydspharmacy released the figures to raise awareness of sex diseases.
Image: Cynthia Nixon, Kristin Davis, Kim Catrall and Sarah Jessica Parker and Director Michael Patrick King in Tokyo on Monday
Photographs: Michael Caronna/Reuters
Blood diamonds haunt Naomi Campbell
African warlord Charles Taylor is trying to block supermodel Naomi Campbell from testifying about "blood diamonds" that she allegedly received from him.
Defence lawyers for former Liberian president Taylor, who is on trial for war crimes in an international court, filed papers opposing the prosecution's request to subpoena Campbell to force her to testify about allegedly receiving a handful of uncut stones from representatives of Taylor after meeting Taylor during a 1997 trip to South Africa.
Prosecutors have said that Taylor used uncut "blood diamonds" to buy weapons and fuel a bloody insurgency in Sierra Leone that cost thousands of lives.
According to the prosecution, a gift of such diamonds goes to the heart of their case, since they believe Taylor was in South Africa at the time to buy guns with diamonds.
However, Campbell has denied receiving diamonds and has refused to testify.
Taylor is facing trial at the Special Court for Sierra Leone on 11 counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity.
The trial, which is being held in the Netherlands, has been underway since 2006.
Image: Naomi Campbell
Photographs: Suzanne Plunkett/Reuters