Cara Delevingne unveils her XII tattoo during playful shoot in New York after ‘defying her modelling agency by getting two new inkings’

Cara Delevingne showed off her new tattoos during a shoot in New York on Monday

Cara Delevingne showed off her new tattoos during a shoot in New York on Monday

She might be one of the hottest models of the moment, but Cara Delevingne has found herself in her modelling agency’s bad books of late – thanks to her penchant for getting new tattoos.

Clearly feeling nervous about Storm’s reactions to revelations that she has had two new tattoos, Cara was seen keeping herself hidden behind an American football helmet as she took part in a shoot in New York on Monday.

Cara displayed the new inking on her chest as she wore a cut-out orange dress while she was shot for DKNY.

In addition to the several other designs Cara already has inked on her body, the Burberry model has added to her collection two new inkings.

Brazilian tattoo artist Daniel Tucci is quoted as telling a Yahoo omg! source: ‘I drew a Number 12 in black Roman numerals about five centimetres big on her. She told me that 12 is her lucky number and that’s her lucky place, below her breast.

‘The second tattoo Cara had done is the Southern Cross, a constellation made of five stars, which is one of the symbols of Brazil. ‘It’s a cross made with stars around her ear, one star on the top of the ear, one behind, one on the back, one below and one on the tragus, like a circle around her ear.’ The tattooist also added that despite Storm already reportedly having voiced their disapproval of Cara’s growing collection, the feisty young star has no intention of stopping.  He said: ‘I have a photo of it but she asked me not to post it on Instagram before she posts it, she wants to make a surprise of it.

It remains to be seen if Cara’s growing numbr of tattoos will affect her modelling career, but he star is also said to be keen to break into the acting world as well.

Cara was recently reported to have landed a role in a new film called The Face of an Angel – about Amanda Knox.

It is believed Cara won’t play the lead role of Amanda – who was later set free after her murder conviction for killing student Meredith Kercher was overturned in 2011 – but will play a major role alongside Colin Firth, who is also tipped to star.

Paris Fashion Week Latest

Vivene Westwood on the runway

Vivene Westwood on the runway

With Balenciaga and Lanvin stealing the catwalk spotlight yesterday, today’s key show isChristian Dior. Raf Simons will unveil his next collection for the brand, as he continues to approach Dior signatures with his unique take on modernity.

Also to look forward to is Roland Mouret, followed by Isabel Marant – a catwalk event that we’re always excited about, but more so than ever as the label’s forthcoming H&M collection draws closer (the range launches in stores on November 14).

This weekend’s line-up is full of the big guns – expect Vivienne Westwood, Jean Paul Gaultier, Haider Ackermann, Celine, Givenchy, Chloe, Givenchy, John Galliano, Kenzo and Loewe – Stuart Vevers’ final collection for the brand before he heads to Coach and British wunderkind JW Anderson becomes his successor.


Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield

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Songs offer messages of hope at Sandy benefit show

Steven Tyler, Jimmy Fallon, Mark Rivera, and Bruce Springsteen, perform during "Hurricane Sandy: Coming Together" in New York

Steven Tyler, Jimmy Fallon, Mark Rivera, and Bruce Springsteen, perform during “Hurricane Sandy: Coming Together” in New York

From “Livin’ on a Prayer” to “The Living Proof,” every song Friday at NBC’s benefit concert for superstorm Sandy victims became a message song.

New Jersey’s Jon Bon Jovi gave extra meaning to “Who Says You Can’t Go Home.” Billy Joel worked in a reference to Staten Island, the decimated New York City borough. The hourlong event, hosted by Matt Lauer, was heavy on stars and lyrics identified with New Jersey and the New York metropolitan area, which took the brunt of this week’s deadly storm. The telethon was a mix of music, storm footage and calls for donations from Jon Stewart, Tina Fey, Whoopi Goldberg and others.

The mood was somber but hopeful, from Christina Aguilera‘s “Beautiful” to Bon Jovi’s “Livin’ on a Prayer” and a tearful Mary J. Blige‘s “The Living Proof,” her ballad of resilience with the timely declaration that “the worst is over/I can start living now.” Joel rocked out with “Miami 2017 (Seen the Lights Go Out on Broadway),” a song born from crisis, New York City’s near bankruptcy in the 1970s, while Jimmy Fallon endured a faulty microphone and gamely led an all-star performance of the Drifters’ “Under the Boardwalk” that featured Joel, Bruce Springsteen and Steven Tyler. The Aerosmith frontman then sat behind a piano and gave his all on a strained but deeply emotional “Dream On.” Sting was equally passionate during an acoustic, muscular version of The Police hit “Message In a Bottle” and its promise to “send an SOS to the world.”

The show ended, as it only could, with Springsteen and the E Street Band, tearing into “Land Of Hope and Dreams.”

“God bless New York,” Springsteen, New Jersey’s ageless native son, said in conclusion. “God bless the Jersey shore.”

The stable of NBC Universal networks, including USA, CNBC, MSNBC, E! Entertainment, The Weather Channel and Bravo, aired the concert live from the NBC studios in Rockefeller Center in midtown Manhattan, several blocks north of where the city went days without power. Millions of people for whom the benefit was organized couldn’t watch the event because they had no electricity.

NBC Universal invited other networks to televise the event, but not everyone signed on.

That might have something to do with network rivalries.

In the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, the networks organized a benefit together behind the scenes and it was televised on more than 30 networks simultaneously, including all the big broadcasters.

After Hurricane Katrina, NBC televised its own benefit before the other broadcasters, one that became best known for Kanye West’s off-script declaration that “George Bush doesn’t care about black people.” The other broadcasters cooperated on their own telethon a week later, and NBC televised that one, too.

Also this year, NBC organized and scheduled a telethon and gave others the chance to air it.

Others declined to televise Friday’s telethon, even though ABC parent Walt Disney Co. said it would donate $2 million to the American Red Cross and various ABC shows will promote a “Day of Giving” on Monday. The CBS Corp., Viacom Inc., parent of “Jersey Shore” network MTV, Fox network owner News Corp. also announced big donations to the Red Cross.

SOURCE: Yahoo! News

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Donnie Wahlberg’s Apartment Floods, NYC Celebs Blown Away by Hurricane Sandy

Hurricane Sandy floods Donnie Walhberg's apartment

Hurricane Sandy floods Donnie Wahlberg’s apartment

Fame didn’t matter much to Frankenstorm.

Hurricane Sandy tore through New York City and surrounding areas Monday night, causing severe flooding and leaving thousands powerless. Lots of stars—including “Blue Bloods” star Donnie Wahlberg, whose entire apartment was under a foot of water—felt the effects.

 Wahlberg faced the wrath of Hurricane Sandy head on, when his New York apartment was flooded out by the superstorm. Wahlberg posted a series of status updates on his Twitter account on Monday, which showed him trudging through more than a foot of water in his apartment building.

At one point the former New Kid on the Block singer tweeted: “My entire building is under a foot of water. Awesome neighbors all banding together to help each other! Stay safe!

Later he tweeted: “Safe & Sound on Higher Ground! Don’t worry about me. Material things are meaningless. Check in with those you know in the storm! Stay safe!!

Alec Baldwin tweeted that he and wife Hilaria Baldwinhad lost power and were “Possibly leaving our home to check into a hotel.”

Piers Morgan was impressed with the resilience of Gotham City. “Got to hand it to New Yorkers, they’re tough as old boots,” the native Brit tweeted. “loads of people out in Manhattan today, carrying on as normal. #Sandy”

Khloé Kardashian Odom tweeted that she was “Praying for the victims of hurricane Sandy!” A fan asked her if Lamar Odom‘s Queens-based family was OK, and she responded, “Yes thank God! Making our phone calls to double check :(”

“Wow…Sandy is one mean lady! Lots of thoughts, prayers and love going out to all in her path…you guys stay strong!,” Carrie Underwood tweeted.

Kirstie Alley echoed those sentiments, tweeting, “oh NYC…I’m so sad for you…so much devastation and clean up to do..Let us know how to help”

East Coast, stay safe!

SOURCE: E! Online

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Mila Kunis’ Not-So-Great Elevator Adventure

Sarah Marshall, OK. But no one’s forgetting Mila Kunis!

The 29-year-old actress reportedly ended up in a hairy situation on Sunday after getting trapped in the elevator of a building in Manhattan’s West Village.

Mila Kunis

Actress Mila Kunis / Getty Images

Per the New York Post, luckily Kunis and 10 other people with her were quickly rescued by the New York Fire Department.

An NYFD spokesperson confirms to E! News that firemen did respond at 11:38 a.m. to a call about an elevator stuck between the fifth and sixth floors of a building on Bank St. and West 4thStreet.

However, the spokesperson could not confirm if the Black Swan actress was among those who waited patiently for about 45 minutes while emergency responders worked to extract them. There were no injuries and everybody was out of the elevator by 1 p.m.

A rep for Kunis has yet to respond to calls seeking comment. Mila has been in New York filming The Angriest Man in Brooklyn, costarring Robin Williams.

SOURCE: E! Online

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Drake and Chris Brown Sued for $16 Million Over Nightclub Brawl

Drake and Chris Brown

Drake and Chris Brown

Chris Brown and Drake have been hit with a $16 million dollar lawsuit over their June brawl at the joint NYC nightclubs Greenhouse and WiP, reports the New York Post. Entertainment Enterprises Ltd., who own the trademark to the Greenhouse’s name, claim they had a $4 million licensing deal ruined because of bad press following the incident. The company believes Drake and Brown should be held responsible for their lost profits, calling their behavior “beyond the bounds of reason” and stating that the two “should have foreseen that their notoriety and celebrity would ensure that their acts had far-reaching and devastating effects.”

The lawsuit paints Drake and Brown in active roles that night, having arrived at the club with huge entourages. “On defendant Brown and and defendant Drake’s instructions, their two posses had at each other, throwing highball glasses laden with alcohol, shattering the handles of bottles of spirits to use as makeshift knives, and even throwing full bottles at each other. Within seconds, defendants filled an already packed nightclub full of flying glass shrapnel,” reads the suit.

The current owners of Greenhouse and WiP are not in Entertainment Enterprises. NBA athlete Tony Parker, an unaffiliated bystander whose eye was seriously injured during the brawl, sued the owners of the clubs for $20 million.

SOURCE: Rolling Stone

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Dusty Springfield Drama Set to Premiere at the L.A. Shorts Film Festival

Set in 1970, “The Soul of Blue Eye” tells the story of Dusty Springfield’s decision to record her Platinum selling hit Son of a Preacher Man for Atlantic Records, and the struggles she had as a white gay woman singing black soul music during the tumultuous 1960’s. Besides having a hit show, “It Must Be Dusty” in […]

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