The Baby One More Time beauty just turned up the heat on social media.
Taking to Britney Spears’ Instagram page, the stunning songstress shared a video captioned: “It’s a Cyndi Lauper kind of day.”
In the smoking hot clip, Britney struts her stuff towards the camera before twirling and whipping her hair back and forth.
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POSING UP A STORM: Britney wows in sexy vidIn the vid, Britney wore a figure-hugging, skimpy, pink dress that clung to her sensational figure.
For the catwalk-esque routine Britney also ditched her bra, exposing her nipples under the form-fitting fabric.
Britney styled her golden tresses into big beachy waves à la Elle Macpherson as she effortlessly swished them.
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PRETTY IN PINK: Britney seems to have a favourite colourNatasha Bassett to play Britney Spears Australian actress Natasha Bassett has been picked to portray Britney Spears in L..
STUNNING: Jorgie wows on the red carpetHollyoaks’ Jorgie Porter stunned at The Sun Military Awards last night.
The blonde bombshell looked every inch the soap star siren in the sparkling get-up.
The gorgeous gal wowed in the tiny frock that showed off her pins in all of their glory.
The silver, glittering dress clung to her killer curves effortlessly as she posed up a storm in front of onlookers.
SENSATIONAL: Jorgie works her anglesThe petite blonde paired the dress with sky-scraper nude heels as she kept her accessories understated.
She pulled her golden locks back into a messy ponytail and added some sultry feline flicks to her baby blues.
When she’s not attending celeb events, the stunning 29-year-old is posting sultry snaps on Instagram.
In a recent throwback snap, the Hollyoaks honey posed with booty to camera as she sat on top of a hunk’s shoulders.
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Cape Town born Kalo Canterbury, better known in the social scenes as K-$ is a vibrant party starter, who’s turntables skills are enjoyed throughout the streets of Braamfontein.
Making her debut along the Joburg streets, K-$ played at the Jose Cuervo Seize the City event. Involved in the emergence of the DIY culture, this Capetonian explains how the cool kids party in the city of Joburg.
On Sunday, 3 December a crowd of Jozi’s young influential seized the city with Jose Cuervo, the world’s number one tequila, at an underground party held at The Station in Newtown. Tapping into the legacy of 90s rave culture, the gathering saw the youth rebelling against the norm and taking nightlife culture into their own hands.
K-$ at the Jose Cuervo Seize The City event. Picture: Dune Tilley
Grime and gqom beats pounded through the abandoned concrete space, while neon strobe lights lit up flashes of danger tape and yellow road barriers. Jose Cuervo cocktails were served from behind caged bars, and rou..
Kirsten Vangsness has been set to host the 28th Annual LA Stage Alliance Ovation Awards Ceremony on Monday, January 29, 2018 at the Theatre at Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles. Red carpet arrivals begin at 6pm and the ceremony begins at 7:30pm.
Kirsten Vangsness is a decades-long member of Hollywood's Theatre of NOTE, where she has happily performed, produced, and sometimes served as playwright, including Potential Space (LA Weekly Award nomination, Best Playwright) and Cleo, Theo and Wu, her new play that will premiere at NOTE in fall of 2018. As an actress, some of her favorite NOTE shows include Erik Patterson's I Wanna Hold Your Hand, and Bill Robens' Kill Me, Deadly (which is now a film available on iTunes and Hulu). Other stage appearances in LA include Sheila Callaghan's Everything You Touch (Ovation Award Nominee, Best Actress; Stage Raw Award-winner, Best Production), and the West Coast premiere of Neil LaBute's Fat Pig (Garland Award, Best Actress). ..
December 14, 2017 - The Mariposa County Arts Council is proud to present their annual Young Masters Youth Exhibition this February at the Treetop Gallery. This annual exhibition provides youth in Mariposa an opportunity to express their ideas, narratives, and inspirations with their community through their own piece of visual artwork. This year’s theme “Animals” invites Mariposa’s youth to explore their connection to animals, known or yet-to-be-discovered, spiritual or physical, friends or foes. Work in the following media will be accepted: photography, drawings, paintings, prints, mixed media, 3-dimensional work (wood, metal, cloth, jewelry, papier mache, and sculpture), and multimedia/digital work.
Youth living in Mariposa County between the ages of 5-18 are encouraged to submit one piece of work to the Mariposa County Arts Council for consideration now until January 19, 2018.
An opening reception for the exhibition will be held on Thursday, February 1, 2018 between 3:30 P.M. and 5:0..
The Norfolk Arts Center is seeking entries for its 11th Annual Juried Competition. Artists of all ages, experience levels and line of work are encouraged to apply. Their work will be featured in a juried show scheduled for April 14 to May 31, 2018. The judge is Don Robson, art department chair and professor of Concordia University, who will select up to 25 pieces for the exhibition. Awards and cash prizes will be distributed. Best of show receives $250, first runner-up $150 and second runner-up $100. The deadline is Feb. 1. Applications can be found online at norfolkartscenter.org or picked up at the Norfolk Arts Center at 305 N. Fifth St., Norfolk. Completed entries can be emailed to Norfolk Arts Center’s Programs Assistant, Amy Okamoto at email@example.com or mailed to the arts center.
NEW THIS WEEKApollon Art Space, 1801 Vinton St. “December Drink ‘n Draw.” Features two models. Ages: 19+. Cost: $8 cash. 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday. apollonomaha.com or 402-884-0135.
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Manhattan Theatre Club has released footage from its Broadway staging of the Royal Court Theatre's production of The Children by Lucy Kirkwood. The new drama opens tonight at Broadway's Samuel J. Friedman Theatre after beginning previews on November 28. Check out the new videos below.
The work follows a pair of retired scientists who are visited by an old friend for a shocking reason as the world outside is torn apart by a nuclear disaster. Original London cast members Francesca Annis, Ron Cook, and Deborah Findlay star. James Macdonald directs.
The production features scenic and costume design by Miriam Buether, lighting by Peter Mumford, and sound by Max Pappenheim.
For tickets and more information, click here.
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New 5000-capacity event space 'B3' will be unveiled in Melbourne next year.
Promoter Novel has kept details scarce in its first announcement, only hinting the basement-car-park-look space was close to the city centre, and offering a glimpse at its potential through a short teaser video.
Novel director Daniel Teuma said: "One aspect sorely lacking in Melbourne’s nightlife is an inner-city location suitable for large-scale, indoor events. We are extremely confident that we have found the right venue to fill that gap."
"To ensure each occasion is truly special, B3 will only host three events per year and feature artists who have transcended their respective niches to become full-blown scene icons."
The venue's sound will be provided by Full Throttle, the team responsible for overseeing sound at Australian festivals Rainbow Serpent, Subsonic, Let Them Eat Cake, Strawberry Field and Pitch Music & Arts.
Lighting and installations will be overseen by Colourblind and John F..
Sibande was honoured in November with the 2017 African Arts Award from the Smithsonian in Washington.
The global interest in African art received a further boost with Sotheby’s first standalone sale of modern and contemporary African art taking place in London in May.
Also in London, Bonhams held two sales of modern and contemporary African art and two sales of South African art, bringing to four the total number of auctions dedicated to art from the continent.
On the local auction circuit, the main auction houses set several new artist records.
The top lot by value on Aspire’s November sale was the drawing Soho with Coffee Plunger and Cup by Kentridge from his film Mine, which sold for just under R5.5m with premium. This is a record price for a drawing by Kentridge in SA, nearly doubling the work’s high estimate of R2.5m.
Sydney Kumalo’s Mythological Rider from 1970 sold for R1.9m, far exceeding its top estimate of R1m. This is a significant world record and an exciting development in..
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