Star Scoop: Miley Forgoes Google, Hip-Hop’s Cash Queen, Madonna’s Free Film
She may have lost her spot on the cover of Vogue, but a tongue-wagging Miley Cyrus is still prime material for Rolling Stone. The “Wrecking Ball” record breaker appears (nude), on the cover of its October 10th issue, where she admits “it's not an important time to Google [herself].” [Rolling Stone]
As expected, Nicki Minaj is the only female (again) to make Forbes’ Hip-Hop's Top Earners List, rising to the number four spot with $29 million in earnings from June 2012 to June 2013. The feat is not a surprise considering Minaj has been the only female on the list since its inception in 2007. [Forbes]
If you've been keeping up with the queen—of reinvention, that is—you'd know that Madonna has been spending quite some time with fashion photographer Steven Klein. Finally, the magic of their union is being revealed. The 17-minute film from their collaborative secretprojectrevolution will be made available for free download tonight on BitTorrent. The project will introduce the world to Art For Freedom, “an online global initiative to further freedom of expression, created by Madonna, curated by VICE, and distributed by BitTorrent,” according to a press release. [GLAM Inbox]
If Drake were Tony Montana circa 1985, this video for “Hold On, We're Going Home” is what it would look like. [Vimeo]
Army Wives will no longer be reporting for duty. Lifetime has decided to cancel the scripted series after seven seasons on the air. [The Hollywood Reporter]
Sorry, Kanye. If you want Jared Leto to be involved in your project, you've got to give advance notice. The Thirty Seconds to Mars frontman revealed that he was asked to collaborate with the rapper on Yeezus, but couldn't quite find the time. [Huffington Post]
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