Last week photos from the set of Beyonce‘s new video for her new song, ‘Girls (Who Run the World)’, leaked online despite her doing her best to keep the whole thing under wraps.
Now as with everything in the music industry the song has finally leaked online although it’s unclear if this is the final version or if it’s just a demo, to me it sounds like a demo. Take a listen for yourself:
If you think you recognize music from the song then you’re right, it samples Major Lazer‘s tune ‘Pon De Floor’. As for the photos leaking online, Francis Lawrence who directed the video says she was not one bit happy. He says, “She would probably have me shot if I said anything, some stuff spilled out, but she wasn’t happy about it, so I’ve been sworn to secrecy. It is a fantastic song, so I really hope that song catches for her, and I think the video’s gonna be really fun and cool and different for her.”
What do you think about the song? I really hope it is just a demo because I’m not feeling it at all.
Vanessa Hudgens met up with the FBI on Wednesday afternoon to talk about her recent batch of nude photos that leaked onto the internet and now it’s emerged that a team of hackers are behind the leaks.
TMZ reports that the FBI are investigating the group of hackers who have hacked into a bunch of celebrities, sports stars and politicians private email accounts and mobile devices and have images and photos from each of them.
The list of celebrities includes Jessica Alba, Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato, Christina Aguilera, Vanessa Hudgens, Ali Larter, Busy Philipps, Scarlett Johansson, Miley Cyrus, Emma Caulfield, Addison Timlin and Renee Olstead.
Apparently the FBI know who the ringleader of the group is, I’d love to know why they haven’t done anything about it yet. I think the real question and concern in all of this is how come these people are so stupid to still take and send nude photos of themselves given that every other celebrity has had stuff leak online. Money can’t buy brains I guess.
Today, Sports Illustrated unveiled the cover of its 2011 swimsuit issue. Russian model Irina Shayk glows on it, kneeling in the sand, basking in the sun, soaking up her moment in the spotlight.
The problem? It leaked on Twitter last night!
Rana Wardlaw took the photo above of the billboard outside her office and then tweeted.
“I saw it from my office window. I work at a media agency called Starcom Worldwide. They unveiled the billboard for a few minutes to tape it for the Letterman Show and then covered it back up. I guess they didn’t cover it fast enough!”
Judging by the missing tweet, she didn’t delete it fast enough.
Age and background: Shayk, 25, hails from Yemanzhelinsk, Russia. Decker, 23, was born in Ohio and grew up in North Carolina.
Before the coveted SI cover: After winning a Russian beauty pageant in 2004, Shayk began pursuing a career in modeling. In 2007, she made her SI Swimsuit Issue debut inside the pages of the magazine and has appeared in every swimsuit edition since. She’s also modeled for Lacoste, Guess, Armani Exchange and the lingerie brands Intimissimi and LaPerla.
Decker started modeling after being discovered at a shopping mall in Charlotte, N.C. as a teen. She first appeared in SI’s swimsuit issue in 2006 and got more attention from the magazine in 2007 and 2008 before landing the 2010 cover. She also had a handful of acting gigs on TV shows including “Ugly Betty” and “Royal Pains.”