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A lot of people are asking "Who the hell is Bleona Qereti?" after the singer/reality star showed up to the 2014 American Music Awards last night wearing this.Clad in mesh maxi, black nipple covers and a silver thong, the "Euros of Hollywood" star definitely turned some heads ... and has the outfit everyone is still talking about the day after she hit the red carpet.The look quickly drew comparisons to one Rose McGowan sported to the 1998 MTV Video Music Awards, when she attended with then-boyfriend Marilyn Manson. Rose, of course, opted against pasties, baring her nipples for the world to see.We caught up with Bleona earlier today to see why she decided to wear that dress ... and what she thinks of the McGowan comparisons. She also sent over the photos below to prove she's been proud of her body for years!toofab: You're clearly comfortable with your body, »
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Forget best and worst dressed, guys—we're filing this one in our least dressed category. Euros of Hollywood star Bleona Qereti took to the 2014 American Music Awards red carpet wearing, well, not much at all. In fact, her sheer-net frock was so body-baring, we could not help but think back to Rose McGowan's naked dress at the 1998 MTV Video Music Awards. (Ah, the nineties: A simple time before bare butts became instant Internet memes.) Bleona, an Albanian singer who stars in the Bravo reality series, showed off her bod in a completely see-through frock and jewel-encrusted thong. And she took a note from Miley Cyrus and Rihanna, of course: Where there are nipples, there must be pasties. As for »
Bleona Qereti is giving Amber Rose and Rose McGowan some big competition!The "Euros of Hollywood" star turned heads on the red carpet at the 2014 American Music Awards on Sunday night, rocking a sheer maxi with only a thong and silver nipple covers.2014 American Music Awards Fashion: The Good, The Bad, The Frankie Grande The singer certainly stole the spotlight as she posed for pictures, even turning around to show off her bare booty! See Why Bleona Picked This DressWhile the reality starlet is taking a major fashion risk -- we've seen this before (twice!) at the MTV VMAs. Amber rocked a bedazzled body chain over a metallic thong at last year's award show, completing her racy ensemble with simple silver stilettos and minimal makeup.See All the Can't-Miss Moments from the American Music Awards And who can forget Rose's infamous sheer "dress" that she wore to the 1998 VMAs when she went with Marilyn Manson. »
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Well, they are a little bolder in Europe! Albanian pop star Bleona jetted to Los Angeles to attend the 2014 American Music Awards on Sunday, Nov. 23—and she packed one extremely bold look in her suitcase. Perhaps channeling Miley Cyrus at the 2013 Met Gala or Rose McGowan's infamous 1998 VMAs dress, Bleona, 29, kept no secrets when she stepped onto the red carpet in a completely sheer netted dress, bedazzled with rhinestones. Covering the essentials, the Euros of Hollywood star added a white thong and silver pasties. Though [...] »
When the lights go down at the Nokia Theatre on Sunday for the 2014 American Music Awards, stars from all Hollywood entertainment genres will take the stage to honor the music industry's best and brightest. Lucy Hale, Meghan Trainor and Ansel Elgort will be among the presenters at the show, People has learned exclusively. Joining them are Jhené Aiko, Lauren Cohan, Gavin DeGraw, Becky G, country star Brantley Gilbert, Danai Gurira, Ella Henderson, Miss America 2015 Kira Kazantsev, Mary Lambert, Rose McGowan, Danica McKellar, Pat Monahan, Kevin O'Leary, Pentatonix and Tracee Ellis Ross. Dick Clark Productions previously announced a star-studded lineup »
- Melody Chiu, @chiumelo
Rose McGowan Calls Out Gay Community For Lack Of Women's Issues
McGowan was a guest on Ellis’ podcast on Oct. 6, in an episode the author decided to focus on sexism and women in film. Ellis introduced McGowan with a monologue about the theory of the ‘male gaze’ and the lack of female directors in Hollywood. While the podcast began as an interview about McGowan’s directorial debut, Dawn, a short film about gender roles, the conversation shifted when Ellis and McGowan began talking about the recent Hollywood boycott of the Beverly Hills Hotel.
“Gay men are as misogynistic as straight men, if not more so. I have an indictment of the gay community right now, I’m actually really upset with them,” Gowan told Ellis.
McGowan expanded on her “indictment, »
Rose McGowan is saying sorry for some controversial comments she made about the gay community recently. While appearing on Bret Easton Ellis' podcast the other day, the 41-year-old actress called gay men more "misogynistic" than straight men, adding, "I have an indictment of the gay community right now, I'm actually really upset with them." " "You wanna talk about the fact that I have heard nobody in the gay community, no gay males, standing up for women on any level?" McGowan said. "What I would hope they would do is extend a hand to women. Women, by-and-large, have very much helped the gay community get to where they are today. And I have seen not a single peep from these »
Rose McGowan has responded to backlash regarding her comments calling gay men misogynistic. The Charmed actress visited Bret Easton Ellis's podcast, PodcastOne, where she said, "Gay men are as misogynistic as straight men, if not more so." She went on to share her disappointment with the gay community and their lack of support for women's rights, arguing that there is a need for more gay feminists. After her interview stirred up controversy, the actress responded with an op-ed piece in The Advocate in which she apologized for making generalizations but said that her argument about the lack of gay support for women's rights still stands. Rose argued, "What I want is for gay rights activists to help other disenfranchised groups." She continued: "Do I think the Lgbt community needs to address and combat the misogyny in its midst? Absolutely. I've lived and breathed gay rights for as long as I can remember. »
Get your earplugs ready! We're counting down our top 5 scream queens.
Get your earplugs ready because Et is celebrating the leading ladies of horror as we count down our top five scream queens!
5. Sissy Spacek – Carrie (1976)
Sissy Spacek gave a career-defining performance in the 1976 horror classic Carrie, playing a shy teen, shunned by peers and sheltered by her overprotective mother who unleashes terror on her town when she is pushed too far at her senior prom.
We've got to give it up for Neve Campbell, who was instrumental in bringing back the modern slasher in the horror satire Scream. The franchise brought on a few more dames of horror – like Rose McGowan and Sarah Michelle Gellar.
Video: 5 Stars who Started in Horror Movies
Rose McGowan is not amused by the guy who decided to dress up as Ray Rice for Halloween -- telling TMZ Sports anyone who tries to mock that situation is downright "repulsive."The actress was leaving the Arclight theater in Hollywood on Tuesday when we asked about the photo burning up the Internet -- featuring a man dressed as Rice carrying around a blowup doll that's supposed to be Janay Palmer.The pic first surfaced »
- TMZ Staff
As part of Vulture's Horror Week, we spoke to actors who each had memorable movie deaths. Two of the stars from Carrie, Ray Liotta, Rose McGowan, the Final Destination tanning-bed girls, and several others looked back on their gory demises. Betty Buckley Carrie Buckley plays Carrie's gym teacher, Miss Collins, who is killed during the film's climactic, blood-soaked prom-night massacre. We all gathered to watch each other’s death scenes, and we’d go out and party afterwards to celebrate that a character had been bumped off. But in the days before that, the whole prom construction took quite a while. This contraption they built for Ms. Collins’s death scene was a basketball backboard that was on a pendulum. There was a foot of balsam wood that would take the hit against the body. They planned it so that we shot four takes with the pendulum falling and then »
- Jennifer Vineyard
In addition to its swarming hordes of zombies, Capcom’s Dead Rising video game series has always followed interesting human characters striving to survive the living dead landscape. Legendary Digital Media and Crackle have teamed up for Dead Rising: Watchtower, a live action feature adaptation of the popular video game, and the film’s full cast has now been revealed along with a new photo from the set.
“Burbank, CA – October 20, 2014 – Legendary’s Digital Media division and Crackle announced today the principal cast for the upcoming feature-length project Dead Rising: Watchtower. Rob Riggle (Let’S Be Cops, 22 Jump Street), Harley Morenstein (Epic Meal Time, Epic Meal Empire, Tusk), Keegan Connor Tracey (Bates Motel, Once Upon A Time), and Aleks Paunovic (This Means War) will join previously announced cast members Jesse Metcalfe, Meghan Ory, Virginia Madsen and Dennis Haysbert.
Riggle will join the cast as Frank West, a weathered »
- Derek Anderson
Actress Rose McGowan got something that wasn't on the menu when she visited the New York City restaurant Bar Pitti in Greenwich Village, Manhattan. On Friday, Oct. 10, an unidentified man climbed out of a sidewalk grate and threw a red smoke bomb into the patio area of the crowded restaurant where the Charmed alum, 41, was dining. "Someone just threw two red smoke bombs into the restaurant I was eating in. Eyes are burning. #Nycwhat," McGowan tweeted after the incident. The Daily Mail reports that the suspect, [...] »
Killing off a major character is one of the biggest risks a show can take. Some of these deaths end up paying off nicely; others go down in history as the death that killed a series. And then you have the deaths that, ultimately, don't make much of a difference either way. In honor of Homeland's return—which comes back to Showtime after killing off Brody in season 3—we went back to see how a handful of other beloved series fared after offing major characters: Homeland Death: Nicholas Brody, season 3 finale Critical/audience response: The first hour of season 4's »
- Samantha Highfill
Former ICM chief Jeff Berg launched Resolution less than two years ago on the heels of his bitter breakup from ICM, the agency where he spent nearly 40 years until finding himself on the losing end of a power struggle with Chris Silbermann. His failed attempt to maintain his status as a top Hollywood power broker eerily echoes Michael Ovitz’s rise and quick fall with Artists Management Group more than a decade ago.
Berg founded Resolution as a talent and literary agency in early 2013 with much fanfare. He chose luxurious offices in a ritzy Century City building and went on a hiring spree of veteran film, TV and music agents at eyebrow-raising salaries — some at $1 million annually. On Monday, Berg informed the staff–which numbers between 40 and 50 — that »
- Dave McNary and Justin Kroll
Berg, the chairman of Resolution, told his staff of about 40 on Monday that he was shuttering the agency, promised that he would help them find new jobs and blamed the closure on Chinese investor Bison Capital Holdings.
Berg had opened the agency with a flourish in January 2013 in lavish offices in Century City and moved aggressively to hire agents, who were paid around $200,000 to $300,000, with some getting seven figure salaries.
The downfall came seven months after Resolution’s announcement in March that Beijing-based Bison had taken a stake in Resolution Talent and Literary Agency, the first time that a Chinese company had invested in an American talent agency.
Berg was not available for comment but insiders have said that Bison simply failed to provide the promised funding, creating an atmosphere of uncertainty at Resolution, »
- Dave McNary
After the show ended, Rose slowed down her acting career to get away from the fame game.
“I needed a break from being famous. I never wanted to be a celebrity. I was standing on a street corner and got discovered, so it wasn’t a thought out like ‘I’m going to be a celebrity.’ That’s a different ball game or deal with make with the devil,” reveals Rose to Healthy Hollywood.
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Development continues on a CBS TV pilot reboot of "Charmed", the bewitching drama that ended in 2006 after eight seasons, and is currently into Season 10 with a Zenescope Entertainment comic book series:
The project will be written by Chris Keyser ("Party of Five") and Sydney Sidner, and will reimagine producer Aaron Spelling's series that previously starred Alyssa Milano, Holly Marie Combs, Shannen Doherty and Rose McGowan.
"...'Charmed' follows three sisters, known as the 'Charmed Ones', the most powerful good witches of all time, whose destiny is to protect innocent lives from evil beings such as demons and 'warlocks'.
"Each sister possesses unique magical powers that grow and evolve, while they attempt to maintain normal lives in modern day San Francisco. Keeping their supernatural identities separate and secret from their ordinary lives often becomes a challenge for them, with the exposure of magic having far-reaching consequences on their »
- Michael Stevens
We're in full-blown recovery mode from another amazing year of Fantastic Fest, but there is truly no rest for the wicked around here. Not only do we have a handful of intriguing new releases, but plenty of specialty screenings will have you racing back into the theater, no matter how many films you saw last week.
Tonight, the Austin Film Society is hosting a selection of eight short films from this year's Sundance Film Festival. With a mix of fiction, documentary and awardwinning short films, this 94-minute program includes the acclaimed debut from actress Rose McGowan entitled Dawn. You can catch it this eveing at the Marchesa. Head back there on Sunday afternoon as programmer Lars Nilsen schools you about Lee Tso Nam's The Hot, The Cool & The Vicious and screens it in a 35mm print. Essential Cinema dives into the "Films Of Satyajit Ray" for October and it »
- Matt Shiverdecker
Hope Solo addresses her latest scandals - Us Weekly Stars you didn't know were related - HuffPost Ariana Grande's life coach reportedly quits - Gossip Girl Joan Lunden removes her wig - People Matt Damon gets political - Lainey Gossip Who will replace Joan Rivers? - Hollywood Reporter Rose McGowan addresses her famous cover - TooFab Will you see the Jimi Hendrix biopic? - Rotten Tomatoes Jordana Brewster looks great! - Wonderwall The Hulk sequel you'll never see - Moviepilot »
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