Dita Von Teese showed off what she describes as the “first 3-D printed dress” in New York. We’re guessing 3-D glasses make it even better. It was designed by Michael Schmidt, who works with metal and unusual textiles – years ago we saved up and bought a Mad Max inspired chain mail top from him. Many rock stars clamor for his one of a kind punkish creations.
All of a sudden Jennifer Aniston’s fiancé Justin Theroux has trotted out his good looking younger brother Sebastian, 24. The siblings were spotted in Soho. Rumors abound that either Sebastian or Ben Stiller will be Justin’s best man when he marries Jennifer. Bets are down that Jennifer and Justin will tie the knot in a small wedding in Hawaii – they both love a beachy, relaxed location. We still think Jen might opt for her FAVORITE vacation spot- Cabo
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We’ve been waiting what seems like forever for Marvin Gaye’s life story to come to the big screen. It’s not clear whether the movie, “Sexual Healing,” will document Marvin’s death – he was shot and killed by his own cross-dressing father in 1984, but it will cover the last years of his life spent in Europe, trying to conquer addictions. According to Deadline.com, Lenny Kravitz was set to star but for some reason, Gaye’s son vehemently objected. He’s been replaced by Law & Order star Jesse L. Martin, who starred in the original version of “Rent” on Broadway, meaning he can sing and dance.
Steven Tyler REALLY didn’t like photos taken of him on the beach in Hawaii. He went so far as to ask a senator there to sponsor legislation making it a civil violation if people take unwanted photos or videos of others without permission. The Aerosmith singer owns a million dollar home in Maui and hates seeing unflattering pics of himself splashed all over magazines. Senate members approved the “Steven Tyler bill” to protect celebrities, and now it goes to the House for voting, where clearer heads are expected to prevail.