Pointing to business challenges, Playboy founder and Editor-In-Chief, Hugh Hefner, announced the magazine would stop printing nude photos. The magazine will apparently move toward "Instagram style" photos instead of the racy centerfolds.
The New York Times details the move that Hefner decided on during a meeting last week...
In the December issue of the magazine, Playboy named the 50 most iconic blondes of all time in its ‘Gentlemen Prefer Blondes’ pictorial. We aren’t sure if gents prefer blondes, because when it comes to beautiful women, we tend to not be that picky.
Playboy Cyber Girl Cassandra Dawn likes to hypnotize men with her…voice. Inspired by the sirens in Greek mythology, this seductress knows the real way to a man’s heart is through his ears.
Even though it is a critically acclaimed hit television show, the five main reasons I watch AMC's "Mad Men" are:
1. January Jones
2. Christina Hendricks
3. Christina Hendricks' left breast
4. Christina Hendricks' right breast
5. Alison Brie
WGN weatherman Jim Ramsey was just doing his job. Then, without warning, his weathercast was ambushed by two bunnies... hell-bent on converting him to their faction. One even dressed in a see-through suit! Do they succeed? Watch the video.
Apparently, Hugh Hefner has already moved on from “runaway bride” Crystal Harris.
According to TMZ, 25-year-old Anna Sophia Berglund (pictured, left) has taken up residence in the 85-year-old’s notorious bedroom. The pair has also been spotted kissing and calling each other “babe.”
Hugh Hefner confirmed yesterday that his marriage to 25-year-old model Crystal Harris had been called off, citing Crystal’s “change of heart” as the main reason.
Unfortunately, Hefner’s magazine, Playboy, didn’t get the memo in time. In a truly awkward moment, Harris can be seen on the cover of the July issue, where she is introduced as “Mrs. Crystal Hefner.” Even worse, Harris dons a captain’s ha
Playboy has come to the iPad. The website for the iPad, which had been announced back in January, is up and running as of today, founder Hugh Hefner revealed on his Twitter feed.
The app allows people to access all past issues of the magazine, as well as new ones.