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Sports Stars' Hot Bod Halloween: Sick Costumes from Floyd Mayweather, Danica Patrick & More

  • TMZ
How do you celebrate Halloween when you're hot, rich and insanely fit?? You suit up (or strip down) with a baller costume -- kinda like women's tennis star Genie Bouchard, whose Bae-watch look gave us prime Pam Anderson flashbacks. Tons of other sports stars showed out too, including Steph Curry, Danica Patrick, Giancarlo Stanton, and Floyd Mayweather -- who had a trifecta of get-ups for his hallo-weekend parties. Who wins the costume contest? We do.
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Exclusive interview: Debbe Dunning is back in action-packed Debbe Dunning’s Dude Ranch Round-Up

Saddle up time y’all! We are fixing to hit the best of the American West with our tour guide, Debbe Dunning. Beauty, brawn, and brains, some of the enviable qualities the former ABC TV series ‘Home Improvement’ star (1992-97) Debbe Dunning has in spades in her new series, Debbe Dunning’s Dude Ranch Round-Up. Her character was the vivacious helpmate Heidi who was a fan favorite along with Tim “The Toolman” Taylor, and she was introduced after Pamela Anderson (Lisa) said her goodbyes to the show. She returns with an action-filled new show that takes us to the hidden gems of the...read more
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Pamela Anderson and Male Dancer Pose Totally Nude for King Kong Magazine

Pamela Anderson and Male Dancer Pose Totally Nude for King Kong Magazine
Pamela Anderson is completely nude for King Kong magazine. The 50-year-old actress and dancer Sergei Polunin show off their incredible bodies while posing together completely naked. The duo was photographed by David Lachapelle and featured in the 30-plus page special cover story for the fourth issue of the magazine called The Transformation Issue. The cover of the independent biannual magazine shows Polunin leaping over Anderson, who is covering her chest with a gold fan. Inside the magazine, Anderson opens up about her persona. King Kong: There is always a strong element of the erotic in the pictures you model for and this sexual...
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Kate Winslet Says She Purposely Didn't Thank Harvey Weinstein in Oscars Acceptance Speech

Kate Winslet Says She Purposely Didn't Thank Harvey Weinstein in Oscars Acceptance Speech
Kate Winslet says she intentionally did not thank Harvey Weinstein during her Oscars acceptance speech.

When Winslet took home the Academy Award for Best Actress in 2009, for her performance in The Reader, she did not mention Weinstein, whose company financed and distributed the drama.

Speaking with the Los Angeles Times, Winslet said the omission was "absolutely deliberate."

"I remember being told, 'Make sure you thank Harvey if you win.' And I remember turning around and saying, 'No I won't. No I won't,'" she recalled. "And it was nothing to do with not being grateful. If people aren't well-behaved, why would I thank him?"

Watch: Everything You Need to Know About the Harvey Weinstein Scandal -- From the Accusations to the Fallout

When the sexual assault and harassment scandal surrounding the powerful producer broke two weeks ago, Winslet was one of the first celebrities to condemn his alleged actions in a statement to Variety, praising the dozens
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Courtney Love: ‘I Was Banned by CAA for Speaking Out Against Harvey Weinstein’

  • The Wrap
Courtney Love: ‘I Was Banned by CAA for Speaking Out Against Harvey Weinstein’
Courtney Love Cobain warned young girls moving to Hollywood about Harvey Weinstein during a red carpet interview… 12 years ago. In 2005, the singer-actress was interviewed on the red carpet while attending Comedy Central’s roast of Pamela Anderson and was asked by comedian Natasha Leggero if she had advice for a young girl moving to Hollywood. “Um…” Love hesitated, looking off camera for direction. “I’ll get libeled if I say it.” She then quickly turned to Leggero and said, “If Harvey Weinstein invites you to a private party in his Four Seasons , don’t go.” Also Read: Woody Allen Hopes Harvey Weinstein.
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Courtney Love Warned Women About Harvey Weinstein in 2005

Courtney Love Warned Women About Harvey Weinstein in 2005
Courtney Love publicly warned women about Harvey Weinstein more than a decade ago. In an unearthed video posted by TMZ on Saturday, rocker and actress Courtney Love talked to comedienne and Dice actress Natasha Leggero about the producer on the red carpet at Comedy Central's Roast of Pamela Anderson in 2005. Leggero, who was interviewing stars on behalf of the cable network, asked Love, "Do you have any advice for a young girl moving to Hollywood?" "Um, I'll get libeled if I say it," Love began. "If Harvey Weinstein invites you to a private party in the Four Seasons, don't go." Several women, including top actresses,...
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Courtney Love Warned Women Not to Go to Harvey Weinstein’s Hotel Room Back in 2005

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Courtney Love Warned Women Not to Go to Harvey Weinstein’s Hotel Room Back in 2005
Over a decade before some of Hollywood’s biggest stars came out to accuse disgraced Hollywood film producer Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment, The People vs. Larry Flint star Courtney Love warned up-and-coming actress of his bad behavior.

In an interview from the red carpet of the Comedy’s Central’s 2005 roast of Pamela Anderson, Love was asked by comedian Natasha Leggero what advice she has for young women trying to make it in Hollywood.

“Ummm… I’ll get libeled if I say it,” Love, 53, says at first in video of the chat unearthed by TMZ.

She then stops hesitating.
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Courtney Love Warned Actresses in 2005 to Stay Clear of Harvey Weinstein (Update)

  • TMZ
[[tmz:video id="0_ka2jzxot"]] 11:45 Am Pt -- Courtney has responded to our story, saying ... "Although I wasn't one of his victims, I was eternally banned by CAA for speaking out against Harvey Weinstein." More proof of the biggest lie in Hollywood ... that no one knew about the shenanigans of Harvey Weinstein.  We found this video -- circa 2005 -- from the red carpet event for the Pamela Anderson Comedy Central Roast.  Courtney Love is asked by Natasha Leggero if
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Kim Kardashian Remembers Hugh Hefner with Behind-the-Scenes Photos of Her 2007 Playboy Shoot

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Kim Kardashian Remembers Hugh Hefner with Behind-the-Scenes Photos of Her 2007 Playboy Shoot
It’s hard to imagine that Kim Kardashian West was ever too shy to pose naked when she’s been wearing all-sheer everything for years and broke the internet with a nude cover of Paper magazine. But back in 2007 she was asked to pose for Playboy and said that she was so hesitant about baring it all that she held a meeting with the late Hugh Hefner himself to be convinced. She eventually posed nude (well, with only pearls shielding her from complete nudity), and today she says it was one of her favorite shoots she’s ever done.

In
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Life Advice From Hugh Hefner: Looking Back at the 'Playboy' Founder's Most Inspirational Quotes

Life Advice From Hugh Hefner: Looking Back at the 'Playboy' Founder's Most Inspirational Quotes
During his life, Hugh Hefner was a icon of American pop culture, a supporter of civil rights, an advocate and champion of the sexual revolution in the 1960s and an entrepreneurial success story.

While many recognize that his legacy -- for good and for bad -- is a complicated one, the Playboy founder was often a fount of positivity when it came to his outlook on life and his thoughts on emotional and professional success.

As a reflection on the publishing magnate's life and personal philosophy, we're looking back at some of his greatest quotes and pearls of wisdom from his many Et interviews over the past decades.

Hugh Hefner and then-girlfriend Barbi Benton with a group of Bunny Girls at his London Playboy Club in Park Lane in 1969.

Photo: Central Press/Getty Images

On the Importance of Enjoying Your Life:

"I think we should live every life or every day of your life with great anticipation
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Celebrities Pay Tribute to Their Favorite Playboy Hugh Hefner, After His Death

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Celebrities Pay Tribute to Their Favorite Playboy Hugh Hefner, After His Death
Image Source: Getty / Jeff Kravitz Hugh Hefner passed away at the age of 91 on Wednesday. Playboy, the magazine Hugh founded, confirmed his death in a statement to E! News, saying he "peacefully passed away today from natural causes at his home, The Playboy Mansion, surrounded by loved ones." Hugh - who is survived by his wife, Crystal Harris, and four adult children from previous relationships, daughter Christie and sons Cooper, Marston, and David - made a huge impact on pop culture throughout his life. Celebrities, including a few of Hugh's former girlfriends, have taken to social media to pay tribute to him in the wake of his death. His son, Cooper, also released a heartfelt statement about how greatly his dad will be missed. See all of the touching tributes below. RelatedHugh Hefner Will Be Buried Next to Playboy's First Cover Star, Marilyn Monroe Cooper Hefner Image Source: Getty / Christopher
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Hugh Hefner's Final Days: 'Playboy' Founder 'Hadn't Been Doing Well for the Last Year'

Hugh Hefner's Final Days: 'Playboy' Founder 'Hadn't Been Doing Well for the Last Year'
Cultural icon Hugh Hefner, who died on Wednesday, seemed like the kind of person who would live forever, but new information on his final days reveals that the 91-year-old's health was slowly failing him.

A source close to Hefner's family tells Et, "Hef hadn't been doing well for the last year. [His death] wasn't shocking to the family."

"Everyone is obviously sad, but they feel he lived a very fulfilling and long life" the source added.

Pamela Anderson also revealed in her tribute on Instagram that the legendary publisher was not well and faced mobility issues. In her post she wrote, "I'm in such deep shock. But you were old, your back hurt you so much. Last time I saw you, you were using a walker. You didn't want me to see. You couldn't hear."

Related: Stars Remember Hugh Hefner -- Kim Kardashian, Rob Lowe and More Share Heartfelt Tributes

Last year, the Playboy
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Inside Hugh Hefner and Holly Madison’s Strained Relationship: From 'No. 1 Girl' to Estranged Exes

Inside Hugh Hefner and Holly Madison’s Strained Relationship: From 'No. 1 Girl' to Estranged Exes
Family, friends and fans are mourning the loss of Hugh Hefner, the Playboy founder who died peacefully at his home at the age of 91 on Wednesday.

While many of his famous Playmates have expressed their condolences via social media and in statements to Et -- like Kendra Wilkinson, Bridget Marquardt and Pamela Anderson -- there's one that's been noticeably silent: Holly Madison.

From 2002-2008, the platinum blond beauty was Hefner's "No. 1" girlfriend. But according to Madison, all of that went downhill... and fast. In her 2015 memoir, Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny, Madison claims she contemplated suicide due to her unhappy life in the mansion.

From head over heels to their now-infamous feud, Et's breaking down what led to their strained relationship, and how it affected Madison's friendship with one of her The Girls Next Door co-stars.

Watch: Hugh Hefner Was Never Afraid of Getting Old or Dying
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Hugh Hefner’s Son Pays Tribute To His Late Father

  • ET Canada
The passing of Hugh Hefner has left many around the world mourning the Playboy icon, with those closest to him clearly feeling the greatest loss. Related: Pamela Anderson Writes Heartfelt Poem In Memory Of Hugh Hefner, Celebs React To Death Of Playboy Legend His son Cooper Hefner, who serves as Chief Creative Officer of Playboy Enterprises, posted a statement about his father Thursday. pic.twitter.com/9rX6aPomzB […]
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Hugh Hefner, a Social Force in America, Built Empire on Babes, Boobs, Dies

Hugh Hefner, a pioneer of the sexual revolution, who helped America break out of the turgid social restrictions of the 1950s and became a master of brand extension, has died at 91. Hefner was radical for his time when he launched his iconic Playboy magazine in 1953 using 8,000 in borrowed money. The magazine tried to remain relevant by publishing photo spreads of contemporary celebrities like Kim Kardashian, Kate Moss, Madonna, Pamela Anderson, Sharon Stone, Naomi Campbell and Lindsay Lohan. ...Read More
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Hugh Hefner Will Be Buried Next to Marilyn Monroe, Playboy's First Cover Star

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Hugh Hefner Will Be Buried Next to Marilyn Monroe, Playboy's First Cover Star
Hugh Hefner will be laid to rest next to Playboy‘s very first cover girl.

The magazine founder will be buried at Westwood Village Memorial Park in Los Angeles next to iconic actress Marilyn Monroe. Hefner, who died at the age of 91 on Wednesday, purchased the plot 25 years ago for $75,000.

Monroe, who passed away in 1962 at the age of 36, appeared on the first issue of Playboy in December 1953. Hefner was able to scrape together $8,000 to introduce the magazine with the decade’s hottest star on the cover.

The cemetery is the final resting place of some of Hollywood’s biggest names,
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Pamela Anderson Sobbing Through Goodbye Message to Hugh Hefner

  • TMZ
[[tmz:video id="0_0c0fpbvh"]] Hugh Hefner held up a piece of paper with Pamela Anderson's name on it, and a heart drawn around it, the last time she saw him ... which Pam revealed during a sobbing farewell to the Playboy founder. Pam, arguably the most famous Playmate, was crying with her eye makeup running when she posted the message for Hef, saying ... "I am me because of you / You taught me everything important about freedom and respect. Outside
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Pamela Anderson Pays Emotional Tribute to Hugh Hefner in Teary Video, Talks His Health During Final Days

Pamela Anderson Pays Emotional Tribute to Hugh Hefner in Teary Video, Talks His Health During Final Days
Pamela Anderson could barely find the words to express her feelings after news broke of Hugh Hefner’s death.

The 50-year-old former Playboy cover model took to Instagram to share an emotional video of herself wiping away her tears. The black and white clip shows a distraught, lingerie-clad Anderson lying in bed.

While she was only able to utter the words, “goodbye Hef,” in the snippet, she did compose a heartfelt tribute in the caption. “I have so many thoughts, I have no brain n right now to edit. I am me because of you," she wrote.

"You taught me everything important about freedom and respect. Outside of my family, you were the most important person in my life, you gave me my life... People tell me all the time that I was your favorite...”

“I'm in such deep shock. But you were old, your back hurt you so much. Last time I
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Lingerie-Clad Pamela Anderson Wipes Away Tears as She Mourns Hugh Hefner's Death

  • E! Online
Lingerie-Clad Pamela Anderson Wipes Away Tears as She Mourns Hugh Hefner's Death
Pamela Anderson is mourning Hugh Hefner's death in her own way. After she learned Playboy founder died Wednesday, the 50-year-old blond bombshell was overcome with emotion. To honor the man who helped make her a household name, she wrote a poem and shared it with her Instagram followers. She also filmed a video of herself wearing lingerie in bed, as she wiped away her mascara-stained cheeks and whimpered, "Goodbye Hef." Anderson has the distinction of being the most celebrated woman in the magazine's 64-year history. She graced the final nude issue of Playboy—her 14th cover for the magazine—in 2016. (Playboy reintroduced nude pictorials with its March/April 2017 issue.) ...
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