You’ve seen the video, now see how it was made. Watch Chris Breezy and co-director Godfrey Tabarez show off how they got their 20 hot models to levitate out of their beds, and watch as a wet Breezy gets intimate with his co-star in the bedroom… Yeah, you’re job sucks.
Archive for May 26th, 2012
Rihanna stripped down to her birthday suit for her latest photo shoot for her new fragrance, covering her breasts with her arms as she teased the camera with seductive stares.
“Blonde was just for the shoot! I’m still black,” she told one fan.
She plans on releasing her fragrance this fall, she is also working on a unisex scent, due in early 2013.
She’s back! Beyoncé made a triumphant return to the stage for her first show in nearly a year at the $2.4 billion Revel resort in Atlantic City on Friday night.
Following an opening set from burgeoning singer Luke James, B took the stage, showcasing new choreography, a new stage design, and new musical arrangements. Shimmering in a fringe dress, she kicked things off with “End of Time” before delving into her catalog of solo hits and Destiny’s Child classics, not missing a step as she performed against a giant LED wall with a full band and dancers including French duo Les Twins.
She changed five times during the two-hour set with “modern showgirl”-inspired looks, including a black and silver pinstripe vest and Swarovski-studded red bandage dress, all custom designed by Ralph & Russo.
In addition to her own material, Beyoncé covered Lauryn Hill’s “Ex-Factor” and paid tribute to Donna Summer during “Naughty Girl,” which samples the late disco queen’s “Love to Love You Baby.” With just a spotlight on her, she sang her idol Whitney Houston’s classic “I Will Always Love You,” before transitioning into “Halo.” The sold-out show came to a triumphant close with her 2008 single “Single Ladies (Put a Ring On It).”
“I’m tryna become Sasha Fierce again,” said the 30-year-old superstar during rehearsals. “She’s dead, but I need to bring her back to life.”
Catch clips from the show below…