Singer Keri Hilson shows off her bod in the “Body Issue” of Allure magazine. Hilson, who was photographed by Patrick Demarchelier, looks amazing and seems to have barely any make-up on.
Here’s what Keri had to say about doing the shoot:
“We do a lot of things to seek validation: I have to get more expensive handbags or fake lashes or fake boobs,” explained the singer. “This shoot was about dropping all that. It’s so empowering to embrace my insecurities.”
Well at least this isn’t a leaked photo and she posed on her own terms.
Source — [Faded Youth Blog]
“Beautiful People” is the third single from Chris Brown‘s F.A.M.E. on March 11, 2011. The song was written by Brown, Jean Baptiste, Benny Benassi and Alle Benassi. Check out the official music video for the rack below. Singer Omarion, Estelle , T-Pain, Bow Wow, Diddy and more make a special appearances in the video.
While other artists and athletes squander their money on cars and women, singer Chris Brown invested his earnings in a million-dollar condo.
Brown bought a million dollar penthouse,The L.A. Times reports. The “TransformYa” purchased the home, which is located in West Hollywood, for approximately $1.75 million.
The home has three bedrooms, and a three-and-a-half bath residence that boasts over 3,000 square-feet.
Take a look at a few more pictures of Breezy’s pad below.
Chris Brown and his team gave finally released the album artwork for his upcoming album, F.A.M.E. The album cover features a picture of Brown in the middle with mini CB pictures behind it. The artwork also has the words “Forgiving All My Enemies” in the background, which of course is where the term F.A.M.E. came from. The cover looks a lot like the Michael cover for Michael Jackson’s last album. F.A.M.E. drops March 22.
SOS: Help For Haiti aired tonight on BET in Miami, Florida. The telethon was hosted by Queen Latifah, Pharrell and P. Diddy. Several celebrities manned the phones, while others lent their voice for the cause. SOS featured performances from Justin Bieber and Ludacris, Mary J. Blige and Jasmine Sullivan, Robin Thicke, Busta Rhymes, Kirk Frankiln, Keri Hilson and Chris Brown.
It was a great night filled with many stellar performances. It’s nice to see everyone coming together in the name of music for a good cause.