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The 2013 Emmys was clearly a huge night for fashion, with TV's top stars debuting the trends we're sure to see more of in the upcoming awards season.
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Miley Cyrus doesn't have much left to bare! The Wrecking Ball singer covers the latest issue of Rolling Stone magazine and poses with her trademark tongue-wagging, but sans the clothes.
The 20-year-old singer seems pretty self-aware in her interview with the music magazine, saying after her highly criticized, highly sexual MTV Video Music Awards performance, "I think it’s an important time not to Google myself."
That being said, Cyrus adds that she could have been even more vulgar at the VMA show. "Honestly, that was our MTV version. We could have even gone more HAM, but we didn't. But I didn't expect it to become such a controversy. I thought that’s what the VMAs were all about! It’s not the Grammys or the Oscars. You're not supposed to show up in a gown, Vanna White-style. It’s supposed to be fun!"
The former Hannah Montana star also reveals that Kanye West gave her a pep talk prior to going onstage. "He came in and goes, 'There are not a lot of artists I believe in more than you right now.' The whole room went quiet. I was like, 'Yo – can you say that again?!' And then he gave a speech and told the entire room how much he believes in me. I just kept repeating that over and over in my mind, and it made me not nervous."
While West has ruined MTV awards show moments for Taylor Swift, he's done quite the opposite for Cyrus. She tells Rolling Stone, "Kanye is the sh**. I kind of have a good relationship with him now. It's good to have someone you can call and be like, 'Yo, do you think I should wear this?' 'Do you think I should go in the studio with this guy?’ Do you think this is cool?' That's what homies are supposed to do."
Adding of America's morals, the We Can't Stop singer says, "America is just so weird in what they think is right and wrong. Like, I was watching Breaking Bad the other day, and they were cooking meth. I could literally cook meth because of that show. It’s a how-to. And then they bleeped out the word 'f**k.' And I'm like, really? They killed a guy, and disintegrated his body in acid, but you’re not allowed to say 'f**k'? It's like when they bleeped 'molly' at the VMAs. Look what I'm doing up here right now, and you're going bleep out 'molly'? Whatever."
Keyshawn Johnson may have been eliminated on Monday night's Dancing with the Stars, but Bill Nye might not be able to carry on with the competition either as ETonline has confirmed with ABC that the TV personality was injured during his routine.
"We can confirm Bill Nye was injured during his performance last night and is currently seeking medical attention," ABC told ETonline. "We will continue to keep you posted on his progress.”
Bill received the lowest score for his week one cha-cha-cha and the second lowest score for his week two paso doble.
It's been a rough couple of months in the limelight for Lamar Odom, and on Tuesday, Sept. 24, Khloe Kardashian's husband finally spoke up following numerous headlines regarding his recent DUI, his alleged drug addiction and his marriage.
The NBA pro decided to set the record straight via Twitter after Radar Online reported that his father Joe blames the Kardashian family for his son's reported drug use. His father told the website, "Someone's got to speak out, I've got to do something about this. It's simple. They brought him down. He would be better off without them. Let him go and get his life together. I think the best thing for him would be to have a clean break, divorce Khloe and as a single man try and get his life back together."
Odom, 33, did not take lightly to his father attacking his wife, 29, and refuted the claims in a lengthy tweet, writing: "Won't continue 2 speak on this but I have got 2 let this out real quick. I have let this man and many others get away with a lot of shit. He wasn't there 2 raise me. He was absent ALL of my life due to his own demons. My mother and grandmother raised me. Queens raised me. For the first time since they left, came a blessing of a FAMILY that I married into. FAMILY. That man wasn't even invited to my wedding. He has never met my mother in law and some of my other family. How can a man who has NOT once called me to check on my well being have the nerve to talk so recklessly about his own "son". He is my downfall! His own demons may be the ONLY thing he gave 2 me. He disrespecting the ONLY FAMILY that has loved me without expecting anything in return. They are the ONLY ones that have been here consistently 4 me during this dark time. Only person 2 blame is myself. Say what you want about me but leave the ones who have done nothing but protect and love me out of this! This goes to out to everyone!"
Khloe didn't react to her husband's message, but she did reiterate a quote tweeted out from her younger sister Kylie Jenner that read: "That's the problem with being the strong one. No one offers you a hand. -m.t."
Sandra Bullock finds herself in serious jeopardy alongside George Clooney when their outer space mission goes awry in Gravity, in theaters October 4, and Sandra tells ET's Rocsi Diaz that it was no walk in the park to film the unconventional thriller, but on the flip side, her son Louis would bond with George on the set!
"The physicality I got used to; it was a series of uncomfortable and painful situations ... that felt like a combination of gymnastics and modern dance," says Sandra of acting within the confines of her heavy spacesuit.
As for being a single parent to Louis, now 3 years old, she confides, "My son has amazing men in his life that are great teachers. I mean, I think I'm tomboy enough that I can cover a lot of the bases, but there are some things that are just Boy and Dude, and I can't compete with that. ... There were moments when he wanted to have 'man time' with George."
Directed by Alfonso Cuaron (Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Children of Men), Gravity centers around a pair of astronauts struggling to survive after a disaster in space separates them from their ship. Sandra plays Dr. Ryan Stone, a brilliant medical engineer on her first shuttle mission, with veteran astronaut Matt Kowalsky (played by George) in command of his last flight before retiring. On a seemingly routine spacewalk, disaster strikes and the shuttle is destroyed, leaving the astronauts completely alone -- tethered to nothing but each other and spiraling out into the blackness. As fear turns to panic, every gulp of air eats away at what little oxygen is left. Can they figure out a way to make it home alive?