Megan Fox is the new face of Armani cosmetics
It has emerged that Megan Fox has also lend her looks to Armani's cosmetic after promoting the brand's undergarment range last year.
The stunning actress was seen clutching a lipstick as she pouts seductively in the one frame cosmetic advertisement.
While in the one, she appeared with her hair scraped back to reveal a more natural looking, and in the rest of the other images, her locks took center stage.
The beauty brunette posed with one hand resting her chin in one shot and the other saw her obscuring one blue eye with her hair. Fox had taken over from Victoria Beckham as the face of Armani Jeans and Emporio Armani Underwear last year.
'Megan's young and sexy with a lot of spirit,' the Sun quoted designer Giorgio Armani as saying earlier.
'Emporio Armani Underwear and Armani Jeans are all about a youthful attitude, so she's the perfect choice for collections,' he said.
Image: Megan Fox
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Lady Gaga's meat dress on display at Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame
Lady Gaga's infamous 'meat outfit' is being showcased at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in the US.
The museum in Cleveland, Ohio, is putting the meaty piece on display as part of its 'Women Who Rock' exhibition, reports the Sun.
Designers Franc Fernandez and Nichola Formichetti had created the hand-sewn outfit. The Poker Face singer had worn the dress at the 2010 MTV Video Music awards in September 2010.
Image: Lady Gaga
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Oscars to keep you guessing on 'Best Picture' from next year
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will introduce a new system from next year onwards that will allow anywhere between five to 10 nominees in the best picture category.
Moreover, the total number of films that will be competing will not be revealed until the announcement of full nominations in January.
The Academy said in a statement that the system would add a 'new element of surprise' to the award show.
According to the Academy bosses, the voting pattern of the previous year has shown that often more than five movies were felt to be competent enough to fight for the crown.
"What stood out was that Academy members had regularly shown a strong admiration for more than five movies," the BBC quoted executive director Bruce Davis as saying.
"A Best Picture nomination should be an indication of extraordinary merit," he said.
"If there are only eight pictures that truly earn that honour in a given year, we shouldn''t feel an obligation to round out the number," he added.
Image: Oscar trophy
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Sean Penn set for next directorial venture
Sean Penn will direct Robert De Niro in The Comedian, it has been reported.
According to sources, the film, written by Art Linson and Jeffrey Ross, follows De Niro as an aging, bitterly funny stand-up comic, reports the New York Post.
It will go into production in New York next year. Penn's last directorial effort was the 2007 Jon Krakauer adaptation, Into the Wild.
Image: Sean Penn
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