He sure gets around (the globe) fast!
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In case you didn't trust your own two eyes, here's all the proof your'll ever need that Sandra Bullock is a certifiable sex goddess:
The glorious Gravity gal is set to be honored for a "Decade of Hotness" at next month's 2014 Guys Choice Awards, which is put on by Spike TV.
Woo hoo!! And her prize is wearing a pair of "mantlers" (above)! Ha! Who wouldn't want that?
A spokesperson from the event confessed:
Especially for a second time!
The X-Men actress was driven out of the studio by Ellen's coy threats and it was HIGHlarious!!
If Ellen was anticipating Halle's early departure, she should've placed someone in costume in the back to scare the actress as she ran off!
LOLz! We kid. If she did do that, that would've been Halle's last appearance on Ellen, guaranteed.
Ch-ch-check out Halle's attempt to escape (above)!
Halle Berry brought her beautiful face and glowing smile onto Ellen and talked about her favorite subject: her kids!
She's got Nahla, a beautiful, 6-year-old daughter, and Maceo, her 7-month-old bouncing baby boy.
It didn't take long for Halle to start noticing some pretty significant differences between her kids, and it was all because of gender.
For reasons that we cannot fathom, drop-crotch pants continue to be a thing.
But we have to ask…
Who Wore Drop-Crotch Pants Better???
Total Votes: 5,416
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We gave the people bikini bodies and the people have spoken!!
Four weeks ago, we started the difficult task of trying to decided which celeb's bikini bod was more bangin' than the rest and gave U readers the chance to decide! And after four rounds of grueling competition, U decided Kate Upton's dynamite curves stood out from the rest!
The Sports Illustrated model made it through the first
What a tricky, tricky case!
Halle Berry is taking action against an Italian watch company for using her image and status in their ads without her permission, but the company is telling the actress she has no case!
But isn't using someone's likeliness for monetary purposes without paying them royalties ground for a case?
This is where things get a little more complicated!
Apparently the Italian watch companies, Toywatch and Triboo Digitale, filed a legal response back in December, saying the privacy laws: