The new book Grey is told from Christian Grey’s standpoint Credit: Universal Pictures
Upping the ante! E L James released her latest book on Thursday, June 18, debuting a Fifty Shades of Grey novel told from male lead Christian Grey’s standpoint, titled simply, Grey.
Fans and readers whipped through the erotic fiction in the early hours of Thursday morning, creating instant buzz about the BDSM story. Early takes on Grey mark the book as even raunchier and more boundary-pushing than the predecessors Fifty Shades of Grey, Fifty Shades Darker, and Fifty Shades Freed.
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Further proof that no one — not even self-proclaimed “Pretty Girls” — is immune to the body image blues: Iggy Azalea opened up about confidence issues this morning, telling Australia’s Today Show:
“Some days I just think I want to crawl in my cave and I don’t feel confident at all, and other days I feel great.
I think it’s like that for all human beings, not just young women.”
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When it came time to shoot Miley Cyrus’ Paper magazine cover, creative director Diane Martel — who previously collaborated with Cyrus on her “We Can’t Stop” video — required little in the way of props. That’s because Martel had her hands full with two cover stars: the dynamic Miley Cyrus and her pet pig, Bubba Sue.
“In addition to her shoot co-star… there was a glass pyramid, some body paint and very little clothing,” the magazine revealed in its online preview of Cyrus’ cover. The result? A very smiley, naked Miley hugging Bubba Sue.