Britney Spears is calling on her sassy alter-ego to help her attack the media again.
The pop superstar will conjure up her Mona Lisa character for another video collaboration with Beauty Shop director Bille Woodruff - at her home in Malibu, California.
The heavily pregnant TOXIC singer last worked with Woodruff when she made her directorial debut - as Mona Lisa - with DO SOMETHIN'. The pair also collaborated on promos OVERPROTECTED and BORN TO MAKE YOU HAPPY.
The new video, which Spears is reportedly funding herself, will accompany a brand new single, in which the pop star will fire back at her critics.
Woodruff recently shot Mary J Blige's latest video TAKE ME AS I AM.
An insider says, "This is all so top secret I don't even think Britney's record company knows about this project."
Actress and animal activist Alicia Silverstone twice sported a gown designed by J MENDEL despite the fashion house's penchant for using fur.
The vegan star has previously forced successful US clothing company ANNE KLEIN ditch a fur jacket from their range, and refusing to wear not just fur and leather but also silk and wool on her now-cancelled television show MISS MATCH.
But crafty Mendel persuaded the sexy 28-year-old to wear one of their silk dresses to the Los Angeles premiere of her new film Beauty Shop, according to PAGE.SIX.COM, and it didn't occur to Silverstone that the garment was made in the same factory as their fur clothing.
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Actor Kevin Bacon hates his last name because it inspires relentless porcine puns.
He tells website PAGESIX.COM, "I was in THE RIVER WILD with Meryl Streep and we had a premiere in Libby, Montana (US), and there was this burger house that put on its marquee their 'movie star special', which was a burger with 'Two Streeps of Bacon'.
Continue reading: Bacon Bored Of Name Puns
The 28-year-old star, who shot to fame in 1995 film CLUELESS, would rather have dirty hair than visit a hairdresser.
She says, "I actually find most beauty shop experiences to be pretty horrifying. I feel most comfortable with my hair being four days dirty.
Continue reading: Silverstone: 'I'm A Hairdresser's Nightmare'
The previous weekend's number one movie, Sin City, slipped to second place with $14.1 million (GBP7.4 million).
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ALICIA SILVERSTONE struggled to prepare for her latest role in Beauty Shop because she lacks the necessary flair to work in a real-life salon.
The 28-year-old blonde star trained alongside actresses Queen Latifah and Mena Suvari in preparation for their parts in the comedy - but found her co-stars were much more adept at performing hair cuts and beauty treatments.
Silverstone says, "Honestly, I think I had attention deficit disorder. I just couldn't keep my focus in there. I'm really good at head massages but they didn't teach me that.
Continue reading: Silverstone Struggles With Beauty Shop Training
Shy CLUELESS star Alicia Silverstone fears she's giving clubbers a taste of what she's like in bed everytime she hits a dancefloor - after taking "booty-shaking" lessons for a new movie role.
The actress used to be a very conservative dancer because she thought over-zealous clubbers were showing off their bedroom moves in public, but after learning to shake things up for new film Beauty Shop, she now can't stop showing off her sexy routines.
She says, "I was always used to moving my hips and my butt and that's how I danced and so the choreographer showed me what to do.
Continue reading: Alicia Gets Sexy On The Dancefloor Thanks To New Film Role
Queen Latifah has picked out the perfect place for young children to learn about every aspect of life - beauty salons.
The rapper-turned-actress, who stars in the upcoming movie Beauty Shop, had a lot of fun sitting in beauty salons when she was growing up, because she got the opportunity to listen in on adult conversations.
She says, "If you want go to a beauty shop you could find out everything there is to know about life by the time you're 12 years old. No question.
Continue reading: Latifah's Salon Education
The OSCAR-nominated CHICAGO star was furious when her latest film received an R rating - meaning under 17-year-olds require a guardian, so she flew to Los Angeles and successfully petitioned the board herself, reports website PAGESIX.COM.
Latifah co-produced the comedy and is urging fans 13 and over to go and see it when it hits cinemas in March (05).16/11/2004 13:58
The Oliver Stone film, starring Farrell as conqueror ALEXANDER THE GREAT, had been set to debut in America on 5 November (04), but will now be unveiled on 24 November (04).
Warner BROS president of domestic film distribution, DAN FELLMAN, says in a statement, "We think that moving Alexander to November 24 positions it better for Academy consideration."
Continue reading: Release Of Alexander Delayed
The album is the first in history to chart without selling a single copy.
Earlier this month a twitter campaign asking Disney to make Elsa their first LGBT princess in the ‘Frozen’ sequel went viral.