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Kim Kardashian proved that, yes, she can really balance a Champagne glass on her butt like she did for her now-infamous Paper magazine photo shoot, and she's willing to share her secrets with the world. The reality star made an appearance on Australia's The Project on Tuesday to open up about her Internet-breaking stunt with photographer Jean-Paul Goude. After host Rove McManus asked Kim if the Champagne butt shot was photoshop, she clarified that it was indeed real and that her "back hurt for a week after the shoot" due to the intense pose. "It was definitely not comfortable, and things were falling all over the place," she added. Kim then agreed to show Rove, although she added that it might not work because he doesn't have "as big of a butt as I do." Watch the hilarious balancing act above and hear more from Kim about why she did the shoot. »
It’s been a little while since there was any major news regarding Jeff Jarrett’s new promotion, Global Force Wrestling. However, Gfw has been thrust back into the spotlight as of today after announcing yet another plethora of co-promotional partnerships.
Jarrett made headlines earlier this month when he joined New Japan’s Bullet Club. Gfw’s website and YouTube channel have promised exclusive footage of the shocking event soon — though that’s a different story for a different time.
For now, Jeff has turned his attention back to his burgeoning promotion, Global Force Wrestling. Today, Gfw announced partnerships with several wrestling promotions in Australia and New Zealand. The company’s worldwide reach continues to expand with this announcement, as Gfw has previously inked deals with New Japan, Aaa, Wwp in South Africa, and various European promotions.
The August 26th press release announced deals with Pwa Australia, WrestleClash, »
- Douglas Scarpa
The show, which was co-produced by Rove.s buddy and fellow comedian Steve Carell, has been described as a mix between Whose Line Is It Anyway? and Wipeout and debuted last month on Fox TV to a meagre audience of 1.3 million.
The show was based on the based upon the Australian Slide Show television series, which was actually based on a French program Vendredi tout est permis ("On Fridays, Anything Goes with Arthur".)
Rove acted as host with the contestants comprising of a number of famous actors and comedians, including Carell himself.
- Emily Blatchford
3 items from 2014
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