Mila Kunis Covers LA Confidential

Mila Kunis graces the Summer 2011 cover of Los Angeles Confidential. How many of you checked out Friends With Benefits?

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The Gypsy Gentleman – Episode 01: New York City

Started by tattoo artist Marcus Kuhn, The Gypsy Gentleman is a brand new tattoo and travel magazine designed to expand upon some common misperceived notions about the craft and to teach about the world of tattooing as a whole. Having spent 22 years working in the business, Kuhn decided to take some of the memories from his travels all over the world and find a way to express them. Since it was the first city he ever worked in, Episode 1 of the series starts off in New York City. Watch the video above to hear Kuhn’s take on various subjects and get a better feel for the city’s tattoo culture.

Beyonce Gets Complex

Beyonce is still in promo mode and she is looking damn good doing it. She’s featured on the Aug/Sept cover of Complex magazine.In the magazine she discusses many things, including Jay-Z, Frank Ocean, and her new album 4.

On the repetition in music & creating 4:
Figuring out a way to get R&B back on the radio is challenging. Everything sounds the same on the radio. With 4 I tried to mix R&B from the ’70s and the ’90s with rock ‘n’ roll and a lot of horns to create something new and exciting. I wanted musical changes, bridges, vibrata, live instrumentation, and classic songwriting.

On why Frank Ocean was a must for her album:
Jay had a CD playing in the car one Sunday when we were driving to Brooklyn. I noticed his tone, his arrangements, and his storytelling. I immediately reached out to him—literally the next morning. I asked him to fly to New York and work on my record.

On knowing what makes a hit:
I’ve found that with hit records the melody and lyrics come together [naturally]. I usually know from the hook if the song is something that transcends language, race, and genre, and if it’s something that affects pop culture. It’s something I can visualize people singing in stadiums all over the world. But my favorite songs on my albums are usually not my singles.

On Jay-Z as a creative genius:
Jay’s music is more than music. His lyrics have fathered generations. All that he has overcome gives millions so much hope. There are moments when I see his lips moving and I can see lyrics floating above his head and I think, ‘Wow! How did I get so lucky to be able to witness this level of genius so closely?

On motivation and complaining:
I only allow myself one day to feel sorry for myself. People who complain really get on my nerves. When I’m not feeling my best I ask myself, ‘What are you gonna do about it?’ I use the negativity to fuel the transformation into a better me.

On her legacy:
I just want my legacy to be great music. Someone who was a risk taker and someone who had songs that struck conversation and emotion.

Charlie Sheen Doesn’t Need Your TV Shows

We guess Charlie Sheen is winning on the cover of GQ UK.

Heidi Klum Goes Topless For Russia

Heidi Klum covers GQ Russia and shows us why Seal is one lucky English dude!

Sarah Palin Has Delusions of Grandeur

Sarah Palin says that if she runs for office, the seat will be hers to take. What you think Moguls? Is it Palin in 2012?

Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis Looking Cozy On The Cover of Elle

I would love to have a friend with benifits if it leads to us taking pictures like this!! Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis looks extra close for Elle’s August Issue.

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