Heidi Klum strips down for the sexiest holiday campaign this year
Meanwhile, Naya Rivera slams Kim's 'Paper' cover, Demi Lovato tweets about eating disorders and is Ne-Yo making people vomit?
What does Heidi Klum like to do when she's naked?
Supermodel Heidi Klum poses in the buff in a new series of provocative adverts for the American retailer Sharper Image's holiday campaign. Accompanied by cheeky taglines such as, "What does Heidi Klum play with in the bath?" and "What turns Heidi Klum on?", the ads feature Heidi either completely in the nude, topless or dressed in skimpy, barely there ensembles. But don't get too excited. It's not supposed to be naughty, but clever. For example, the question "What turns Heidi Klum on?" is "Not something sexual," explains Heidi. "It is this double entendre – it's a USB charger." Heh. Other products showcased in the ads include a waterproof bath radio, a camera and headphones. Yeah, not terribly sexy. But nothing a load of gratuitous nudity won't sell.
Naya Rivera's tweet whoops Kim's ass
Speaking of naked, here's an idea: let's stop talking about Kim Kardashian's highly exaggerated backside on the Paper cover. Glee's Naya Rivera, however, has something she'd like to say. Bottom line (yes, pun): "you're someone's mother". Bam.
Naya left a comment on Kim Kardashian's Instagram pic pic.twitter.com/FaZ65ZUcxN— Naya Rivera D. News (@NayaRiverasNews) November 12, 2014
Demi Lovato has something powerful to say about eating disorders and mental health
Singer Demi Lovato, who openly considers herself a positive role model, tweeted some powerful things about eating disorders on Wednesday. "Having an eating disorder doesn't show 'strength.' Strength is when are able to overcome your demons after being sick and tired for so long," said her first tweet of the series. "There's a wide misconception that anorexia and/or bulimia is a choice and you often hear people say things like 'why doesn't she just start eating?' Or even 'just stop throwing up.' … Starving is not a 'diet' and throwing up isn't something only extremely thin men or women do. Eating disorders do not discriminate."
This isn't the first time the 22-year-old has spoken in support of sufferers of eating disorders. She also openly criticised Lady Gaga and The Disney Channel for glamourising and joking about these illnesses, and has herself received rehab treatment for problems which included anorexia and bulimia.
Ne-Yo's music is causing a woman to throw up
A British woman, Zoe Fennessy, has told The Daily Mail that hearing Ne-Yo sing causes her to freeze up in seizures and throw up. Eventually diagnosed with "musicogenic seizures" which doctors agree are triggered by the tone of Ne-Yo's voice, she explained that it takes only seconds of hearing the singer's voice for her to seize up. She now has to wear earphones when she goes to stores in case his songs are played over sound systems.
Zoe has even had a part of her left frontal lobe removed in an attempt to treat the illness but this has proved unsuccessful. Doctors believe that she may continue to be afflicted for the rest of her life. "I don't dislike Ne-Yo or his music," said Zoe. "It just dislikes me unfortunately… People might think it is funny – and I can laugh at it myself – but it has taken over my life. It's ruined my life."