The Legendary Miss Britney Spears‘ issue of Shape hasn’t hit shelves yet…except, uh, in Minnesota?
Earlier this week, Shape premiered the cover of their June issue featuring Brit Brit, as well as a few teases of the upcoming issue for Entertainment Tonight. But the issue is apparently being (accidentally?) sold in some places in America, and reader/Godney stan Miles D. has graciously sent over the full scans of the issue. (Thanks, bb!)
Check out the full scans below, including the fierce spread of Boxerney, B’s workout playlist (part Fire Island, part iTunes Top 10), and glimpses of Godney’s favorite yoga poses (presumably from her upcoming workout DVD, I’m Not A Beginner, Not Yet A Yogi.) Plus, there’s a few tiny tidbits about Vegas, a single sentence about Album 8—and her buns.
Check it out!
It’s a Katy B world—we’re all just dancing in it.
Just moments ago, the UK alt-disco princess premiered her absolutely fantastic new single with Annie Mac on BBC Radio 1: “What Love Is Made Of.”
I already gushed all over Say Lou Lou‘s entirely brilliant “Julian” a few weeks ago.
This week, the gorgeous Australian-Swedish duo released the Julian EP to iTunes, featuring remixes from the likes of Monsieur Adi, Lissvik, Checan and Martin Dubka, as well as a B-side called “Fool Of Me” with Chet Faker.
Surprising to no one, it’s just as mesmerizing.
UK House trio Cahill, known individually as Anton Powers, Tim Condran and Scott Rosser, are responsible for remixing, like, every song ever, including Cheryl Cole‘s “Fight For This Love,” Mini Viva‘s “I Wish” and their legendary mile-a-minute remix of Mariah Carey‘s “Obsessed.” (Just try and sing along to that one without getting tongue-tied.)
They’ve also put out a few solid dance floor thumpers of their own, including 2007′s Top 40 smash, “Trippin’ On You.”
Now, the dance troupe has crafted a scorching club cut in time for summer: “Feel The Love,” due out on June 16. And to provide vocals, Cahill enlisted none other than American Idol Season 2 powerhouse diva, Kimberley Locke.
Kelly Rowland likes her kisses down low, her ice served cold and her laundry washed, folded and lightly scented with a spritz of Sean John’s Empress and a hint of Apple Pie A La Mode.
But don’t get it twisted: Her love is not coin-operated. So grab your detergent and fabric softener, Rowland Stones: Kelendria is taking us to the laundromat! (Note: Not to be confused with Shakira‘s Laundry Service, nor Nivea‘s R. Kelly-produced non-smash, “Laundromat.”)