Fluff: Iggy Azalea's rant after her red carpet wardrobe malfunction.

Aussie rapper Iggy Azalea has spoken out about her wardrobe malfunction at the EMAs saying she ahem, doesn’t care about her bikini line.

The 23-year-old from Mullumbimby accidentally flashed a bit too much flesh when she attempted to adjust her black cutaway gown on the red carpet at the MTV European Music Awards.

She later performed onstage with Robin Thicke, in what was thankfully not a repeat of ‘twerkgate,’ the infamous Miley Cyrus incident at VMAs in August.

Is Katy Perry engaged?

Katy Perry rocked up to the MTV European Music Awards in Amsterdam in a simple, mint green dress by Zac Posen and a headband by Dolce & Gabbana — but it’s the ring on her finger that everyone’s talking about.

Rumors are swirling about an engagement between the singer and John Mayer — and while the 29-year-old was spotted wearing the sparkly diamond ring on the red carpet, when she got up to accept her award for “Best Female Act” during the award ceremony, (and during her performance of ‘Unconditionally’), she no longer had the ring on.

Are they? Aren’t they? Or did the ring only fit on that finger?

Beyonce: Princess or a frog?

A casting director has revealed that Beyonce refused to audition for the 2009 movie The Princess and the Frog. Jen Rudin, whose upcoming book ‘Confessions of a Casting Director’ is due out in December, says she was happy to accommodate strange celebrity requests when she worked at Walt Disney, but found the casting for The Princess and the Frog particularly tough.

“Beyonce expected an offer, but wouldn’t audition, so she didn’t get one,” Rudin states.

Research shows in the years 2008 and 2009, Beyonce may have been a tad preoccupied getting married, recording her third number one album and embarking on a world tour consisting of 108 shows and grossing $119.5 million. I think we can forgive Queen B for maybe forgetting to audition for a movie.


J-Law avoids camel toe.

When you find yourself worrying about VPL (Visible Panty Line) or the dreaded camel-toe, chances are you aren’t wearing a skin tight wetsuit and being filmed in a movie watched by millions of people.

However this is the issue Jennifer Lawrence faced when filming ‘Catching Fire’ the sequel to the very successful Hunger Games series. The 23-year-old actress discussed the perils of wearing a wetsuit during an interview with E! News, however it was all a positive outcome in the end.

“I was surprised at how little camel toe problem there was. I was expecting a lot more,” she shared. Her co-star Josh Hutcherson also revealed maybe a little TMI when admitting there was times he would relieve himself in the waterproof suit.

“They were actually pretty comfortable once we found out you can pee through them,” he admitted.

Catching Fire is due out in Australia on November 21.

Kerry Washington doesn’t look like Kerry Washington on the cover of Lucky.

Kerry Washington is everywhere at the moment; the 37-year-old star of Scandal has been on Elle Magazine‘s June 2013 cover, Vanity Fair‘s August 2013 cover, Glamour Magazine‘s October 2013 cover, Essence‘s November 2013 cover, and now Lucky‘s December 2013/January 2014 cover. In short, her face is fairly recognisable, except for this latest cover, take a look:

But if Washington is concerned by the cover, she’s not saying so publicly. Less than an hour after the cover was unveiled, she tweeted the image with the caption, “WOOO HOOO!” and made the cover her Twitter avatar.

Geri Halliwell thanks the 393 people who bought her failed
‘comeback’ song.

Geri Halliwell has admitted she was “gutted” with the lack of sales of her comeback single Half of Me.

The former Spice Girl wrote a post her website about how the song hadn’t “connected” with the public.

“So for the final show of Australia’s Got Talent – I asked myself what are my options?  (They were expecting me to perform the new single) Could I still perform the song at #94? I could pretend it hasn’t happened? Denial? Hide my disappointment? Unleash the fighter… Sing the song with ‘magnificent’ gusto doing my best to promote it up the charts… Maybe I could get it to a respectful number ‘30’? Or even ‘60’?” Halliwell wrote.

“But is this me now? To keep pushing, so my pride wouldn’t feel so hurt? Or maybe I admit this song just hasn’t connected?”

The singer ended the post with a thank you to the 393 people who made my song #94 on the iTunes chart.

Sadly for Halliwell the single debuted at No. 281 in Australia last week with just 393 sales – not at No. 94.

Katie Holmes is that you?

Meanwhile, Katie Holmes has appeared in a new makeup campaign for Bobbi Brown looking like this:

We love the makeup she’s wearing but we’re not a fan of the heavy-handled retouching that has removed all the expression from her face, turning her into a creepy doll-like version of herself.