Saturday, April 30, 2011

Magazine Cover Models :The Power & Effect

 Oh, baby! If Monica Bellucci in a one-piece swimsuit was enough to make you sweat, you might want to turn on the AC before checking out the hot mama in the Nov. 3 issue of Italian Vanity Fair.<br><br>  On the breathtaking cover, Bellucci, 46, poses naked while cradling her daughter, LĂ©onie, who was born just five short months ago.

Oh, baby! If Monica Bellucci in a one-piece swimsuit was enough to make you sweat, you might want to turn on the AC before checking out the hot mama in the Nov. 3 issue of Italian Vanity Fair.

On the breathtaking cover, Bellucci, 46, poses naked while cradling her daughter, Léonie, who was born just five short months ago.
Stars naked on covers may sell magazines, but can it still stir up controversy? Not likely. <br><br>What cellulite? A flawless Kate Moss <a href="http://www.nydailynews.com/lifestyle/fashion/2011/04/28/2011-04-28_kate_moss_goes_nude_for_may_cover_of_vogue_brasil.html" target="_blank">bared it all</a> during a recent shoot for Vogue Brasil, gracing the magazine's May cover in nothing more than two gold cuffs and a smear of smoldering black eyeliner. <br><Br> Shot to mark the magazine's 36th anniversary, the 37-year-old supermodel went nude for photographer Mario Testino during the Sao Paolo shoot, showing off wavy blond locks and <a href="http://www.nydailynews.com/gossip/galleries/celebrity_ink/celebrity_ink.html" target="_blank">two tiny tattoos</a> in the small of her back.

Stars naked on covers may sell magazines, but can it still stir up controversy? Not likely. 

What cellulite? A flawless Kate Moss bared it all during a recent shoot for Vogue Brasil, gracing the magazine's May cover in nothing more than two gold cuffs and a smear of smoldering black eyeliner. 

Shot to mark the magazine's 36th anniversary, the 37-year-old supermodel went nude for photographer Mario Testino during the Sao Paolo shoot, showing off wavy blond locks and two tiny tattoos in the small of her back.

 Rock of Love or just rock hard abs? Poison frontman and 'Celebrity Apprentice' winner Bret Michaels is back for a new VH1 TV show ... and this time he's bringing out the big guns on the cover of Billboard magazine.<br><br>His new series, called 'Life As I Know It,' gives fans an inside look into Bret's life. 'It’s an all-access backstage pass into my everyday life, about finding balance between my passion for my family, my relationship with [girlfriend] Kristi [Gibson] and being on the road,' he tells Billboard.
Rock of Love or just rock hard abs? Poison frontman and 'Celebrity Apprentice' winner Bret Michaels is back for a new VH1 TV show ... and this time he's bringing out the big guns on the cover of Billboard magazine.

His new series, called 'Life As I Know It,' gives fans an inside look into Bret's life. 'It’s an all-access backstage pass into my everyday life, about finding balance between my passion for my family, my relationship with [girlfriend] Kristi [Gibson] and being on the road,' he tells Billboard.
As if 'True Blood' couldn't get any hotter – or more perverse – the show's stars Alexander Skarsgard, Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer <a href="http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/tv/2010/08/17/2010-08-17_true_blood_stars_alexander_skarsgard_anna_paquin_stephen_moyer_get_bloody_nude_f.html" target="_blank">grace the cover</a> of Rolling Stone wearing nothing but spatters of blood. <br><br> In the cover photo, Paquin stands between the show's two brooding actors, with her leg strategically placed over Skarsgard's frontside and her breasts covered by the hand of Moyer, her real-life fiance. Much like the cover art, 'True Blood' exudes sex and explores the primal instinct vampires have toward humans. A raw emotion that is a distinct difference from the celibacy-promoting vampires in 'Twilight.' <br><br> Moyer, who plays undead southern Civil War veteran Bill Compton, views the sexual nature of vampires as quite erotic, saying, 'If we go from a base level, vampires create a hole in the neck where there wasn't one before. It's a de-virginization - breaking the hymen, creating blood and then drinking the virginal blood,' he says. 'And there's something sharp, the fang, which is probing and penetrating and moving into it. So that's pretty sexy. I think that makes vampires attractive.'
As if 'True Blood' couldn't get any hotter – or more perverse – the show's stars Alexander Skarsgard, Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer grace the cover of Rolling Stone wearing nothing but spatters of blood. 

In the cover photo, Paquin stands between the show's two brooding actors, with her leg strategically placed over Skarsgard's frontside and her breasts covered by the hand of Moyer, her real-life fiance. Much like the cover art, 'True Blood' exudes sex and explores the primal instinct vampires have toward humans. A raw emotion that is a distinct difference from the celibacy-promoting vampires in 'Twilight.' 

Moyer, who plays undead southern Civil War veteran Bill Compton, views the sexual nature of vampires as quite erotic, saying, 'If we go from a base level, vampires create a hole in the neck where there wasn't one before. It's a de-virginization - breaking the hymen, creating blood and then drinking the virginal blood,' he says. 'And there's something sharp, the fang, which is probing and penetrating and moving into it. So that's pretty sexy. I think that makes vampires attractive.

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