It’s Friday, and so we thought we would start your morning off with an accidental-penis-related item. And also FRIDAY.
ASOS is selling a blouse called the “ASOS blouse with contrast piping”. We think it should be called something else. Like “Blouse With Accidental Penis Necklace”.
Here is a picture of the blouse, along with some other accidental penises that your immature side may laugh about:
Thank you Hurricane Vanessa for pointing it out to us. We would be lost without your genius.
We don’t quite know what to make of the latest reports around Chris Brown and Rihanna. Wait, we do. It’s making us uncomfortable. You? After the two were spotted in New York hotspots and a Jay-Z concert kissing and dancing, Brown has since broken up with his girlfriend.
“I don’t want to see her hurt over my friendship with Rihanna. I have decided to be single to focus on my career. I love Karrueche very much but I don’t want to see her hurt over my friendship with Rihanna. I’d rather be single allowing us to both be happy in our lives,” he said.
And now there are images of the two leaving the same hotel after reportedly spending the night together.
Rihanna… please back away slowly now.
Rihanna's new album cover
On a happier note, our lives are now irrevocably changed for the better after seeing this video of Rebel Wilson on Ellen. Rebel told Ellen that she had a dream to rap with her – and so a phenomenal cover of Salt N’ Pepa’s “Shoop” is born. Take a look:
Cast your mind back – can you remember the all-dancing, sometimes-singing Pussycat Dolls? Ex lead singer Nicole Scherzinger has given a really sad interview to VH1, saying that she used to self harm during her time with the band.
In the video, Nicole says “I never did drugs but hurting myself was my addiction. I just hated myself. I was in a group and never felt so alone in my life.”
Nicole’s mum was also interviewed about her fears, adding: “I didn’t realise the disease that she had. She kept that from us.”
You can see the video here.
Regrets? We’ve all had a few. And it turns out that our favourite Australian celebrities have as well. As part of its 20th Birthday Special issue, WHO magazine sat down with 20 local stars and asked them to recall their regrets.
While Rake star Richard Roxburgh wishes he’d trusted his instincts more, Packed to the Rafters star Rebecca Gibney lamented her lack of confidence in her acting skills, regretting her decision to turn her back on Hollywood after just three weeks when she was 26.
You Am I frontman Tim Rogers rues the break-up of his marriage. Not surprisingly, Molly Meldrum names an off the record conversation during his controversial interview with Elton John earlier this year as his career regret. “When Elton and I were talking about Madonna there were some comments that shouldn’t have gone to air,” says Meldrum. “I wish that hadn’t happened.”
Sarah Murdoch and Delta Goodrem, were stuck on hair “don’ts” from the days gone by. “I wouldn’t have taken a picture of Bros into Stefan’s Hair Salon when I was 17 and told them to cut my hair exactly like theirs,” says Murdoch, while Goodrem recalls a “really bad mullet” she would rather forget.
You can read more regrets in WHO’s Birthday issue – on sale now.
Nicole Kidman was willing to say “no” to filmmaker Lee Daniels when he asked her to use the N-word in the controversial new drama The Paperboy.
Daniels, who is African American, wanted to explore the racial tensions in the story and asked Kidman to say “n***er” in character, but the star refused.
Read the full story here.
‘I spent a couple of years lying in bed being depressed,’ she tells People magazine. ‘It was that “I can’t breathe” pain.
‘Physically I didn’t look my best, and mentally I didn’t feel my best. I was doing everything I could to be a good mom, but that was all I could handle.’
The 40-year-old revealed her new slimline figure following the couple’s break-up in March.