Shia LaBeouf does full-frontal nudity in a new video from the band Sigur Ros. The video is for a song called "Fjogur Piano", off their new album "Valtari". It's eight and a half minutes long, and it mostly just has Shia and a woman doing weird things in a bedroom. It's kind of artsy-fartsy, but if you must know, it's supposed to be about, "a man and woman locked in a never-ending cycle of addiction and desire." Shia appears fully nude, and you get to see his twig and berries. The woman is topless several times throughout the video. It's age-restricted, so you have to have a YouTube account to watch it.
Scarlett Johansson and Bradley Cooper are in the Hot Couple Alert today. They were spotted having dinner recently at the Bel Air Hotel, and a source says, "Bradley seemed almost distracted by Scarlett's beauty, especially since she was wearing a very low cut dress, and Scarlett was totally working her charms. She kept flipping her hair when she laughed at his jokes. It seemed pretty obvious they totally have the hots for each other."
Britney Spears experienced a blast from the past at the "X Factor" auditions in San Francisco on Sunday. A guy named Don Philip auditioned for show. He sang "I Will Still Love You" with Britney on her debut album "...Baby One More Time". Britney recognized him, and they chatted a little. But things got awkward when Don decided to come out of the closet to her. According to reports, he said, "I'm gay and at the time I didn't think I was worthy. I didn't think you thought it was okay that I'm gay." Britney responded, "I think it's fine you are gay." But it doesn't look like Don made it through. In fact, Britney leveled with him in her critique. She said, "Your voice really isn't up to the bar of the standards of the 'X Factor' and what we want." After the audition, Don posted a message on Facebook saying, "This cleared up a lot of past issues for me and gives me joy to know Britney 100% accepted me and does now." And on Twitter, he added, "Still Brit's biggest fan."
After Arsenio Hall won "Celebrity Apprentice" last month, we heard several networks were interested in bringing him back to late-night TV. Well, he is getting another shot. Yesterday, Arsenio said he's launching a syndicated late night talk show in September of next year. Arsenio added, "In the end I'm a comic, and nothing fits the talk-show mode like a stand-up comic. I know there are a lot of shows, but I think there's a space for my show."