Shirtless Justin Bieber recovering at hospital

Shirtless Justin Bieber tweets from a hospital in London

After having trouble breathing during his concert in London, Justin Bieber was treated with oxygen but returned to the stage to finish his concert.

Afterwards, Justin was taken to the hospital where he tweeted the shirtless pic above to let his fans know he was doing fine.

Very thoughtful of Justin.

David Beckham’s new short film featuring his underwear line

David Beckham, his H&M underwear line and his famous body are all on display in this new “short film” by Guy Ritchie.

After his robe gets caught in a car door, Beckham goes in chase of said robe. Along the way, his clothes – of course – are ripped off by various obstacles until he’s left wet and nearly naked in the streets of Beverly Hills.

Just another day for Mr. Beckham and LA.

Happy viewing!

“In The Tub” – new charity photo book

Liam McIntyre from Spartacus

Director TJ Scott (Xena: Warrior Princess, Hercules: The Legendary Journeys) has turned his creative eye for sexy visuals to raise funds for breast cancer research.

Scott will soon release a coffee table photo book titled In The Tub with proceeds going to the charity. Given that Spartacus is filmed in New Zealand, a lot of his celebrity subjects are stars from the Starz show. Also appearing “in the wet” are former JAG star David James Elliott and Dallas‘ J.R. Ewing himself (Larry Hagman). Check out a few photos below.

See more pics at Homorazzi.

David James Elliott from JAG

Barry Duffield from Spartacus

Todd Lasance from Spartacus

Naked pics scandal by Prince Harry brings £14m worth of publicity to Las Vegas

The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority
has issued a report pointing out the images reached an estimated 154
million people, which is equivalent to one hell of a tourism boost.

TMZ quoted LVCVA Board Chairman Tom Collins as saying: “God bless Prince Harry. He made us a bunch of money.”

While the agency is unable to say how much the scandal boosted
profits by, it has no doubt it had a positive effect on the Las Vegas
economy.

Ah, good times… 🙂

(via the Huffington Post)