2/12/14 AskMen's Most Desirable Women
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Wednesday, February 12, 2014
EMILIA CLARKE from "Game of Thrones" tops this year's AskMen.com list of the 99 Most Desirable Women. Last year's winner, JENNIFER LAWRENCE, dropped to FOURTH. In between them are ALISON BRIE from "Community" and EMILY RATAJKOWSKI from the "Blurred Lines" video. EMMA WATSON rounds out the Top 5. MILEY CYRUS made the list for the FIRST TIME EVER, believe it or not. She just barely squeaked in at #99.
After that video of JUSTIN BIEBER being FRISKED in jail was released, his lawyers moved to block any more video from coming out. They said it was because Justin was also, quote, "captured on videotape in various states of undress, which show intimate personal parts of [his] body." Well, TMZ says the unreleased footage shows Justin PEEING in his holding cell. It's not clear if he just whips it out and pees on the floor . . . like he did last summer when he relieved himself in a restaurant's mop bucket . . . or if there was a toilet in the cell. Bieber seemed fairly sober in the frisking video . . . but this other footage supposedly shows him, quote, "stumbling around while he was taking his tests." If that's the case, you can see why his legal team would want to keep it under wraps.
Former NBC news anchor TOM BROKAW has revealed that he was diagnosed with cancer last August. He has "multiple myeloma" . . . a cancer affecting blood cells in the bone marrow . . . but his doctors are "optimistic" about how he's responding to treatment.
Five European MICHAEL JACKSON fans who sued DR. CONRAD MURRAY over his death won their case. A judge awarded them ONE EURO apiece, which comes out to $1.36. They don't want the money, though. What they REALLY want is access to Michael's grave, which is closed to the public.
NBC News is reporting that PHILIP SEYMOUR HOFFMAN had two diaries, where he wrote about his struggles with "demons" and his attempts to stay clean by attending Narcotics Anonymous meetings.
Some of the entries may have been written while he was high . . . because they went from being readable to illegible, and were, quote, "difficult to follow."