Hayden Panettiere Dare To Bare Before Denis !!

Now it is time for Hayden Panettiere to goes cloth less for her upcoming movie. She is a whopping 20 years old, it's time for her to prove she's a big kid. That's why her Heroes character Claire will probably start kissing girls next season. And in her own words she says,"If I can't flaunt it at 20, come on!" the Heroes actress told People. "I mean I might as well show it now."

"But you never know, you never know," she continues telling E! Online. "I could be 30 years old and just be like, 'Screw it - I want to take it all off. I better take a picture of this baby before it all goes."

"I was really naked," the 19-year-old starlet gushes about her revealing scene when talking to E! Online's Marc Malkin. "I had these little sticky petals on my boobs, but that was about it. My dad calls me such an exhibitionist. He always says, 'God, even when you were little, you were such an exhibitionist!'"

"I Love You, Beth Cooper" won't only test Hayden Panettiere's acting skills in a comedy movie, but also see her showing some skins. Playing the most popular girl in school Beth Cooper, the Claire Bennet of NBC's series "Heroes" confesses that she really is naked in the scene where she drops her towel in a locker room as she tries to impress geeky Denis Cooverman.

Hayden wasn't particularly fazed by the shoot, however. She told People:

"It didn't bother me much. I think when the person who's doing it gets all uncomfortable and shy, then it's other people around who get more uncomfortable because they're uncomfortable. I mean I was fine - everyone was really professional."

It's unclear how much skin moviegoers will see, but Hayden told E! News that she was completely nude on the set - mostly:

"I was really naked. I had these little sticky petals on my boobs, but that was about it. My dad calls me such an exhibitionist. He always says, God, even when you were little, you were such an exhibitionist! Oh boy. That's not creepy or anything."

Talking about the nudity issue deeper, Panettiere states that she won't take all her clothes off in front of the camera for now. "I'm cool with my body, and I'm cool running around undressed and all that stuff, but there are just certain things that not everyone needs to know, that you need to keep somehow private and personal to you," she says. "But you never know, you never know. I could be 30 years old and just be like, 'Screw it - I want to take it all off. I better take a picture of this baby before it all goes.' "

"I Love You, Beth Cooper" centers on a nerdy valedictorian who proclaims his love to the hottest cheerleader in school during his graduation speech. Much to his surprise, the cheerleader shows up at his pad that night and shows him the best night of his life.The comedy movie heads to U.S. theaters on July 10, this year.


NASA Astronauts Are Never Gonna Fly Again !!

NASA on Monday unveiled the nine Americans making up its newest class of astronaut candidates, a group that will never fly on the space shuttle.The six-man, three-woman astronaut class of 2009 is NASA's first batch of new spaceflying recruits in five years. The candidates are expected to report to NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas, in August to begin two years of training.

"This is a very talented and diverse group we've selected," said Bill Gerstenmaier, NASA's space operations chief, in a statement. "They will join our current astronauts and play very important roles for NASA in the future."

NASA's three aging space shuttles are due to retire in 2010 after completing construction of the International Space Station. The new astronaut candidates, therefore, will likely only train to fly aboard the space station, Russian Soyuz vehicles, and NASA's shuttle replacement - the Orion Crew Exploration Vehicle and its Ares rockets tapped to ferry spaceflyers to orbit and back to the moon by 2020. The 11 astronauts of NASA's 2004 class are all expected to have flown once on a shuttle by the fleet's retirement next year, NASA officials have said.

"In addition to flying in space, astronauts participate in every aspect of human spaceflight, sharing their expertise with engineers and managers across the country," Gerstenmaier said.
The 2009 astronaut class is a relatively young group, with ages ranging from 30 to 43. NASA selected the nine from a field of 3,500 applicants to make up the new class, its 20th group since the original seven Mercury astronauts were unveiled in 1959.

The group is a mix of military and civilians that includes: a technical intelligence officer with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), two NASA flight surgeons, a space station flight controller, a sprint-running molecular biologist, as well as two Navy test pilots, a U.S. Air Force test pilot and the special assistant to the Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff at the

Meet NASA's new 2009 astronaut class, starting on the top row from left; Serena Aunon, Jeanette Epps, Jack Fischer; in the middle row from left, Michael Hopkins, Kjell Lindgren, Kathleen (Kate) Rubins, and in the bottomrow from left, Scott Tingle, Mark Vande Hei, Gregory (Reid) Wiseman.

1. Serena M. Aunon, 33, of League City, Texas; University of Texas Medical Branch-Wyle flight surgeon for NASA's space shuttle, International Space Station and Constellation programs; born in Indianapolis, Ind. Aunon holds degrees from George Washington University, the University of Texas Health Sciences Center in Houston, and UTMB.

2. Jeanette J. Epps, 38, of Fairfax, Va.; technical intelligence officer with the Central Intelligence Agency; born in Syracuse, N.Y. Epps holds degrees from LeMoyne College and the University of Maryland.

3. Jack D. Fischer, Major U.S. Air Force, 35, of Reston, Va.; test pilot; U.S. Air Force Strategic Policy intern (Joint Chiefs of Staff) at the Pentagon; born in Boulder, Colo. Fischer is a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

4. Michael S. Hopkins, Lt. Colonel U.S. Air Force, 40, of Alexandria, Va.; special assistant to the Vice Chairman (Joint Chiefs of Staff) at the Pentagon; born in Lebanon, Mo. Hopkins holds degrees from the University of Illinois and Stanford University.

5. Kjell N. Lindgren, 36, of League City, Texas; University of Texas Medical Branch-Wyle flight surgeon for NASA's Space Shuttle, International Space Station and Constellation Programs; born in Taipei, Taiwan. Lindgren has degrees from the U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado State University, University of Colorado, the University of Minnesota, and UTMB.

6. Kathleen (Kate) Rubins, 30, of Cambridge, Mass.; born in Farmington, Conn.; principal investigator and fellow, Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research at MIT and conducts research trips to the Congo. Rubins has degrees from the University of California-San Diego and Stanford University. Rubins is not the youngest person to be selected for NASA's astronaut corps. Astronauts Sally Ride and Tammy Jernigan were both 26 at the time of their selections in 1978 and 1985, respectively.

7. Scott D. Tingle, Commander U.S. Navy, 43, of Hollywood, Md.; born in Attleboro, Mass.; test pilot and Assistant Program Manager-Systems Engineering at Naval Air Station Patuxent River. Tingle holds degrees from Southeastern Massachusetts University (now University of Massachusetts Dartmouth) and Purdue University.

8. Mark T. Vande Hei, Lt. Colonel U.S. Army, 42, of El Lago, Texas; born in Falls Church, Va.; flight controller for the International Space Station at NASA's Johnson Space Center, as part of U.S. Army NASA Detachment. Vande Hei is a graduate of Saint John's University and Stanford University.

9. Gregory R. (Reid) Wiseman, Lt. Commander U.S. Navy, 33, of Virginia Beach, Va.; born in Baltimore; test pilot; Department Head, Strike Fighter Squadron 103, USS Dwight D. Eisenhower, based out of Oceana, Va. Wiseman is a graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Johns Hopkins University.


Hottest Celebs In Bikini At Long Island

The Hamptons refers specifically to the towns of Southampton and East Hampton on the east end of Long Island, New York. These townships occupy the South Fork of Long Island.
The Hamptons form a popular seaside resort. Parts of the Hamptons are a playground for the rich who own summer homes there; they also serve as a summer colony for residents of the New York City area. The Montauk Branch of the Long Island Railroad, Montauk Highway, and the Hampton Jitney provide connections to the rest of Long Island and to the City, while ferries connect North Haven and Montauk to Shelter Island and Connecticut, respectively.

It is very popular to all the travelers gathered here around the World. They are enjoying there
summer and the holidays on the sea beach. The Hampton are very colorful place for the visitors.

Abigail Cheung, Jisselle Anderson and Shawna Cooper at Day and Night Restaurant Beach Club inSouthampton.

Phooneh Mohazzabi (top), designer of Jogo Beach, and Devorah Rose (right), Editor-In-Chief of
Social Life Magazine, with models wearing Jogo Beach Sutes at Day and Night Restaurant Beach Clubin Southampton.

In the pool at Day and Night Restaurant Beach Club.

A model wears a Jogo Beach bikini at Day and Night Restaurant Beach Club.

Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Jessica Hart enjoys the first day of summer in Montauk.

Jessica Hart enjoys the first day of summer in Montauk.

Shayna and Gina McCready of St. James at Coopers Beach in Southampton.

Michele Frank of Manhattan and Lisa Vincitore of Brooklyn at Coopers Beach in Southampton.

Lorenzo Gonzalez, Pamela Valencia, Julia Kuo and Rosanna Migliaccio, all of Manhattan, at
Coopers Beach in Southampton.

Kory Macwhinnie, Brianne Venturella, Julia Dibenedetto, Sarah Koenitzer and Melissa Flanagan,
all of Southampton, relax at Coopers Beach.

Valerie Deluca of Westhampton at Cupsogue Beach.

Melanie Cheewer of Shirley at Cupsogue Beach in Westhampton.

Alexa Romano, Stacey Saraceno and Jessica Zicca from Hofstra University at Cupsogue Beach in

Andraya Spiliotis and Kalli Cheslock of Port Jefferson at Cupsogue Beach in Westhampton.

Alicia Sheron and Heather Pallas of Manorville at Cupsogue Beach in Westhampton.


Top 7 Notorious Kisses Ever !!

Perhaps the most beautiful expression in the world, for when two lips lock, there is a direct link between the hearts. And to top it all, the kiss is even said to be an export from our own desi culture!
Here are the special moments when a kiss made us sit up and take notice – from the controversial to the simply sweet.
Some of these kisses have a story to tell, the rest are just delicious.

1. Gay couples kiss at Federation Square as Home and Away's controversial moment (inset) goes to air.

2. what a way to start! The pop princess Britney Spears planted a wet one on Madonna during the MTV Video Music Awards at New York's Radio City Music Hall. Plus, we were in for a repeat performance at the NRJ awards the very next year.

3. Madonna puts on a display during her gig at Olympia Theater in Paris when she kisses one of her backup dancers during her gig.

4. Penelope Cruz and her sister show us how much they support their brother in his latest video by agreeing to do a sensually kiss and very sexy lip-lock scene, “Cosas Que Contar”.

5. They will be appear naked apart from tiny leather bondage pants and knee-high boots, then engage in simulated sex.

6. Not one for the faint-hearted. Argentine soccer stars Diego Maradona and Claudio Caniggia kiss after Caniggia scored Boca Juniors' second goal in their 4-1 win against archrival River Plata, in Buenos Aires in 1996. It wasn't the first time the pair have shared such a kiss. A similar kiss just a month before this one sparked much criticism.

7. Down to Desi shores, the HIV-AIDS awareness event in New Delhi in 2007 ensured Shilpa Shetty lived up to her tag of controversy’s favorite desi babe. Hollywood star Richard Gere literally swept her off her feet in what may have been a harmless gesture. Of course, the moral police cried foul.


The Life Of Mickel Jackson

Baby Jackson ... he sure was a cute kid. Jackson is pictured here in the early 1960s.

Baby Jackson ... he sure was a cute kid. Jackson is pictured here in the early 1960s.

Early days ... Jackson's solo career took off in 1971. He sure scrubbed up well back then

King Of Cool ... Jackson knew how to rock it even back in the day. He's pictured in his limo outside the Palace Hotel in New York during the 1980s

Thrilling ... Thriller was Jackson's sixth solo album and cemented his place as one of the biggest pop stars of the late 20th century. According to The Guiness Book of World Records it's the world's best selling album of all time

Music Greats ... friends with the best, Jackson is pictured with music diva Diana Ross

Changing Face ... In the mid 1980s Jackson was diagnosed with Vitiligo - a chronic skin disease that causes loss of pigment, resulting in irregular pale patches of skin. It was around this time he embarked on a series of plastic surgery procedures, dramatically changing the shape of his nose and chin

Divorce ... Jackson and Presley divorced in 1996, less than two years after their marriage. They're pictured here visiting a cancer ward in 1995

King of Pop ... you'd be sweaty too performing in front of 60,000 people. Jackson is one of the few artists to have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice. He's pictured performing in Brunei for the 50th Birthday of the country's ruler in 1996 .

Commanding presence ... Jackson is pictured conducting a military band during is visit to Moscow in 1996

Globe Trotter ... Jackson's History world tour consisted of 82 concerts in over 38 countries. He is pictured here in Bangkok .

Wax on ... Michael Jackson and mime artist Marcel Marceau perform in Paris during the unveiling of Jackson's wax double

Second Marriage ... Jackson married dermatologist nurse Deborah Jeanne Rowe in Sydney in 1996. The pair called it quits after three years and two children together.

Love of children ... Jackson, pictured in Soweto, South Africa, has been involved with many children's charities over the years. In 2005 he was aquited of child molestation charges .

Friends in High Places ... Pictured with South African President Nelson Mandela, Jackson performed two charity concerts in 1999 of which profits went to the Nelson Mandela children's fund.

Bizarre Behaviour ... Jackson's third child Prince Michael Jackson II was born in 2002. The singer was widely criticised for dangling his newborn son over the balcony of his hotel room in Berlin
Arrested ... in 2003 Jackson was charged with several child molestation offences .

Sigh of Relief ... a jury deliberated for about 32 hours over the course of seven days before acquitting Jackson of the child molestation charges in 2005. Jackson is pictured leaving the Santa Barbara County Courthouse.

Jackson Today ... pictured recently at Heathrow airport, Jackson regularly travels with an extensive entourage including 10 or more security guards.

Is that you? ... Jackson's face is almost unrecognisable from his Thriller days.

A Music Era Has Come To Close - Mickel Jackson Died ( Funeral Pics )

Michael Jackson has passed away. He was pronounced dead some time back. I have compiled some pictures below. Check them out and leave your condolence messages below.
Please respect the dead. Michael was a world wide phenomenon and last of the breeds. They don’t make em like that any more.

Michael Jackson today that all their fans for the demise of a really bad news. That Thursday afternoon (June 25), UCLA Medical Center in the Air takes last. He was age 50.

According to TMZ.com website, Michael suffered a cardiac arrest at his Holmby Hills home and paramedics couldn’t reanimate him.When he was brought to hospital he was already dead, the staff tried to resuscitate him but in vain.

The Funeral for Michael Jackson has not been scheduled yet but as and when the autopsy reports are in and when the family schedules it, I will post the details here. Please keep in touch and hold your patience ..

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