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Kate Moss' long-awaited Playboy 60th Anniversary cover was unveiled online today

Playboy suing Harper's Bazaar over Kate Moss 'bunny girl' pictures

The British supermodel posed as the cover star for the men’s magazine’s 60th anniversary issue

Playboy Playmate Cassandra Lynn Hensley found dead at 34

The 34-year-old glamour model (not pictured) was reportedly discovered at a friend’s home in Los Angeles on Wednesday.

Shia LaBeouf appears on a poster for Lars von Trier's Nymphomaniac

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The actor has revealed he is 'not extremely well-endowed' in past interviews

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The actor said he wanted to redefine the character in a different way to Bale

I’m sure Kate Moss doesn't care about posing for Playboy. But I do

I won’t attempt to shame her by saying her support and endorsement of Hugh Hefner’s vile empire is disgusting

Kate Moss’ Playboy cover revealed for 60th anniversary edition

The supermodel poses for the 60th anniversary of the men’s title

Former French President, Nicolas Sarkozy, and chief L'Oreal shareholder Liliane Bettencourt

Nicolas Sarkozy's hopes of return to political power boosted as he is cleared of 'fleecing' chief L'Oréal shareholder Liliane Bettencourt

Former President Nicolas Sarkozy's hopes of a political comeback today received a substantial boost when he was cleared of abusing the feeble mental condition of France's wealthiest woman.

To cap it all: Samuel L Jackson

Samuel L Jackson disillusioned with President Obama: 'Be a leader, stop trying to relate'

In an expletive-filled rant, the actor said Mr Obama needs to be more 'f***ing presidential' and stop dropping his 'G's

What the butler saw: Unpublished interview with Hugh Hefner's frustrated former butler claims to reveal all about life inside the Playboy mansion

Never-before seen interview conducted by Playboy’s rival magazine Penthouse in January 1985

Weekend workout: Join the club... Playboy Bunny Bootcamp

These days Playboy is much more than a top-shelf nudie mag; it’s a lifestyle brand peddling everything from trashy television to keyrings. No surprise, then, that it’s moved into fitness, partnering with Gymbox to create Playboy Bunny Bootcamp. Perhaps a jaunt to Harley Street is the swiftest way to get a body like Hugh Hefner’s latest wife but this new 45 minute work-out promises to “help women achieve their Bunny Beautiful body.”

Queensland MP Peter Dowling steps down amid scandal over indecent images

Australian state lawmaker Peter Dowling has stepped down as the head of an ethics committee after being accused of sending raunchy pictures of himself to a woman, describing his actions as indefensible.

The actress and former ‘Playboy’ covergirl Jenny McCarthy

Is Jenny McCarthy the most dangerous woman on US television?

Yes, if you think it’s wrong to give a woman who campaigns against child vaccinations a spot on America’s top daytime talk show

Sunderland manager Paolo Di Canio

Titus Bramble tells Sunderland manager Paolo Di Canio he 'has a lot to learn'

Defender says working under the Italian was 'strange'

Ronald Reagan's daughter Patti Davis has written a lesbian love story

Ronald Reagan's daughter Patti Davis pens lesbian love story

Former US president Ronald Reagan’s daughter Patti Davis has penned a new novel based on a lesbian love story.

Peter Stringfellow has hinted that he may 'take on' Nick Clegg at the next General Election in 2015

From poles to polls: Peter Stringfellow may take on Nick Clegg in next general election

Hint comes after Deputy Prime Minister said the nightclub owner did not deserve a state pension

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