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It's the year of the nipple for Rihanna!
The singer has flashed her boobs in several music videos and outfits, and there's no sign of her stopping any time soon.
On Wednesday, Rih stepped out in New York in a sheer lace Gucci dress worn sans bra, and seemed totally oblivious to the fact that she was giving everyone an eyeful.
That's our RiRi!
She was more modest downstairs, as she covered up with a high-waisted black thong.
See the uncensored shot (below)!
It seems these two hid any signs of turmoil in their relationship pretty well, despite months of reports that their union was on the rocks.
One source even explained to People that most recently at the Los Angeles premiere of Alice Through The Looking Glass, the actor showed no sign of his troubles. The insider shared:
"I never would've guessed he was going through a divorce, or anything like that. He looked great, considering. He looked more put together than in recent appearances, dressed appropriately for the occasion."
The 52-year-old was even seen interacting with fans and joking around with his costar Sacha Baron Cohen, which was just two days before his soon-to-be former wife filed the papers.
Guess he's not an award-winning actor for nothing!
Amber, similarly didn't show any signs of distress, even when celebrating her birthday with just her girlfriends in Palm Springs at the end of April. A source said:
We saw this one coming from a mile away.
Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West have threatened to slap their blabbering former security bodyguard Steve Stanulis with a $10 million lawsuit for breaching his confidentiality agreement with the family.
You may recall Steve first spoke out to the press after he was allegedly fired for talking to Kim just before the Met Gala. He has since come out saying how difficult Ye is to work for. No shocker there.
According to TMZ, Kimye's legal team served Stanulis with a letter pointing out the provision in his contract that says he's liable for $10 million if he discloses any information about the KUWTK krew. Sources say Steve can get off the hook if he shuts up and apologizes — and he doesn't have to admit he lied.
A rep for the couple shared:
Fleet Week is very important… mostly because the horde of hotties in uniform makes for some very nice eye candy! LOLz!
The long standing tradition is a wonderful way to thank the troops from the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard for their service when their military ships dock.
On Wednesday's Tonight Show, the Saturday Night Live alums strapped on acoustic guitars and cowboy hats to play for the audience — made up entirely of servicemen and women — singing a patriotic parody of Garth Brooks' Friends In Low Places!
Ch-ch-check out the troop inspired performance of Friends on All Bases (above) — and watch Sandler's interview (below) to hear why he never joined the military himself!
Bradley Cooper couldn't even save this show!
A TON of shows have already gotten the axe this year (see our list below!), and sadly CBS has added another freshman to the list — they just canceled Limitless!
The failed drama starring Jake McDorman and Jennifer Carpenter even had Cooper guest star in four episodes, but apparently that wasn't enough to save the sinking drama.
Just last week, president Glenn Geller said at their pre-upfronts breakfast that they were shopping the series around to various outlets.
However, it looks like that plan has fallen through as showrunner Craig Sweeny took to Twitter to share:
On Wednesday, Corey Feldman once again opened up about the alleged sexual abuse he and his late friend Corey Haim suffered during their time as child actors in Hollywood. How sad!
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, The Goonies alum dished:
"When somebody approaches you and says, 'Hey, this is a Hollywood party where you get to hang out with the powerful people in Hollywood,' well that sounds like a great opportunity."
In fact, this sit down comes shortly after Elijah Wood discussed "organized" child abuse and pedophilia in the entertainment industry — a story which he has since recanted. However, the 44-year-old believes there was in fact a type of network that allowed executives to prey on child stars.