View Photo Gallery Tattoos are hot. They just are
Tattoos are hot. They just are. Good ink can make almost anything sexy — a wrist, the top of a foot, aging rock stars (kidding). And in the past year or so, tats have totally become zeitgeisty, thanks to the popularity of shows like VH1′s Black Ink Crew; Spike TV’s Ink Master and Tattoo Rescue; and Oxygen’s Best Ink and Tattoos After Dark.
Celebs are jumping on the bandwagon, too, covering their A-list bods in every Sanskrit quote, rose incarnation, and litany of children’s names they can think of. Some try to hid them on the red carpet with heavy body makeup or clever draping, but others, like Megan Fox and Rihanna, proudly let their tat flag fly. These are the ones we love!
From Angelina Jolie to Nicki Minaj, we salute the ten celebs with the sexiest ink in Hollywood.
Source: All Tatted Up! Sexy Celeb Ink
Who’s getting the MTV Generation Award?
Who’s getting the MTV Generation Award? Khloe Kardashian isn’t afraid to strut, and Benedict Cumberbatch is tired of being typecast.
- Katie Holmes is reportedly attached to a new TV show, playing a New York City socialite. Since this is her first role as a series regular since Dawson’s Creek ended in 2003, we’d love to see her rule the small screen once more! [People]
- Khloe Kardashian is one hot mama! The Gossip Table crew looks at the newly single reality star’s latest style choice, all while giving her hope that she’ll find love again very soon.
- In a new interview, Benedict Cumberbatch revealed that being cast as a know-it-all has lost its luster. The acclaimed actor feels he’s ready to play a “dumb character.” Come on, Benedict, the ladies love a smart man! [Perez Hilton]
- Mark Wahlberg‘s days as a rapper are long behind him, and he’s left fans some memorable movie roles in the years since. No wonder he’s getting the Generation Award at this year’s MTV Movie Awards! [MTV News]
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From starring in Juice with a young Tupac Shakur to dancing behind Queen Latifah, Omar Epps has had an illustrious and diverse career. In the new ABC series Resurrection he plays J. Martin Bellamy, an American federal agent who finds himself inexplicably involved in a case of deceased family members coming back from the dead.
From starring in Juice with a young Tupac Shakur to dancing behind Queen Latifah, Omar Epps has had an illustrious and diverse career. In the new ABC series Resurrection he plays J. Martin Bellamy, an American federal agent who finds himself inexplicably involved in a case of deceased family members coming back from the dead. Omar was careful not to spill the beans on the intricacies of the show’s central mystery during a recent visit to VH1, but he was completely down to show off his Kanye West impression. Yes, we all have one.
It might be easy for the Brooklyn native to choose New York City over Los Angeles, but it’s clear deciding between Bey and Jay and Kimye comes at a price. In honor of the many pairs of doctor scrubs he’s worn on the air, we tested his Operation skills in the latest edition of Your Move, and were treated to a wonderful reenactment of a now-infamous Yeezy-Sway interview. Watch at your own risk, especially if your name is Kanye.
Catch Resurrection on ABC Sundays at 9/8 C.
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