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We have picked some of the celebrity costumes you may have not seen yet and we hope the ones that are yet to dress up, dont disappoint us. Take a look at some of the costumes for inspiration if you havent celebrated Halloween yet. The cast of the Fashion Police impersonate other celebrities for this years festivities. Kelly Osbourne as Christina Hendricks (says she had to wear three bras,) Giuliana Rancic as Sofia Vergara, George Kotsiopoulos as Lena Dunham, Joan Rivers as Miley Cyrus and Melissa Rivers as Giuliana Fergie and Josh Duhamel pose for the cameras at Kate Hudsons Halloween party in Brentwoodas Elvira and RiffRaff. Julianne-Houghs controversial costume as Crazy Eyes fromOrangeisthe New Black, led to her statement, It certainly was never my intention to be disrespectful or demeaning to anyone in any way. <br>Source: http://thehotzoneusa.com/in-the-hot-zone/celebrities-in-their-halloween-costumes-2013/







Samuel L. Jackson (@SamuelLJackson) October 27, 2013 Reed tried his hand at acting over the continue reading this.. years, appearing in singer Paul Simon's 1980 film "One Trick Pony" and director Wayne Wang's 1985 movie "Blue in the Face." But it was Reed and the VU's music that had a huge impact on cinema, from the iconic use of "Perfect Day" in Danny Boyle's "Trainspotting," to the somber cover of "Sweet Jane" by the Cowboy Junkies in Oliver Stone's "Natural Born Killers" and the VU b-side "Stephanie Says" in director Wes Anderson's "The Royal Tenenbaums." Reed's pioneering use of edgy subject matter (from gay prostitution to S&M and overt drug references) to his affinity for off-kilter guitar tunings and feedback also paved the way for several generations of rock, pop and hip-hop stars to do their own thing. Though Reed might have scoffed at the notion that his work had any ties to that of pop star Lady Gaga, it's hard to picture Gaga's envelope-pushing, gender-bending persona and close connection to the art world on her latest project, ARTPOP, without thinking back to the relationship between Reed, the Velvet Underground and pop art icon Andy Warhol in the 1960s. Ditto for Nirvana, Green Day and Metallica, the latter of whom collaborated with Reed on the difficult album Lulu in 2011. Even Kanye West, a rapper whose beats and braggadocio seem worlds away from Reed's more private, unflashy persona, might never have arrived at the searing combination of primal scream bombast and cathartic white noise on his Yeezus album had Reed not made such artistic connections between dissonance and melody decades earlier. In fact, you might recall that back in July, Reed wrote a rather lengthy rave review of external link Yeezus, in which he said, "Very often, he'll have this very monotonous section going and then, suddenly 'BAP! BAP! <br>Source: http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1716291/lou-reed-celebrity-obits.jhtml







1 earner still living, Madonna, who earned only $125 million. JOHN BURGESS/AP 'Peanuts' creator Charles Schulz, who died in 2000, landed third on the list. Jackson took the top spot from Elizabeth Taylor. This year, the late movie star's earning landed her in fourth place. Elvis Presley came in second, earning $55 million despite passing away in 1977. In third is Charles Schulz, creator of the cartoon "Peanuts," who earned $37 million. <br>Source: http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/michael-jackson-tops-forbes-list-top-earning-dead-celebrities-article-1.1494425







The video features other celebrities including Wil Wheaton and Maggie Gyllenhaal as well as public figures including Pentagon Papers whistle blower Daniel Ellsberg, Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.), and legal scholar Lawrence Lessig. The video is timed to match up with the Stop Watching Us rally against NSA surveillance in Washington, D.C. on Saturday -- incidentally, also the 12th anniversary of the passing of the Patriot Act. Stop Watching Us is a coalition of over 100 advocacy groups and companies who came together earlier in the summer for a petition drive demanding Congress investigate NSA surveillance programs. The Freedom of the Press Foundation, of which Cusack is a board member, is part of the coalition. <br>Source: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/the-switch/wp/2013/10/24/these-celebrities-want-you-to-fight-back-against-nsa-spying/







"New York lost one of our greatest gifts today." Def Jam co-founder Russell Simmons. "A musician, artist and trailblazer who played by his own rules." Paul Stanley of KISS. "One of the greatest artists of our time." Comedian Ricky Gervais. "RIP Lou Reed. Thank you for your beautiful/dark lyrics/music and stance on life. You inspired me from my teenage years right up till today." Nikki Sixx of Motley Crue. "Rest in peace. <br>Source: http://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/wireStory/celebrities-react-online-lou-reeds-death-20698426







RELATED: CHARLIE HUNNAM LEFT FIFTY SHADES TO AVOID ROBERT PATTINSON TREATMENT: SOURCE Jeff Vespa/WireImage Dornan joins actress Dakota Johnson as the read more films leads. Johnson, 24, will play the submissive Anastasia website Steele to his Christian Grey. "What do you think about Jamie Dornan playing Christian Grey?" Jenny McCarthy quizzed her 1 million followers. Any Fifty Shades of Grey fans out there? What do you think about Jamie Dornan playing Christian Grey? <br>Source: http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/tv-movies/jamie-dornan-cast-fifty-shades-grey-celebrities-fans-react-article-1.1495324



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