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George Clooney broke up with his model girlfriend, Sarah Larson, shortly after she had a breast augmentation in mid-May. Was surgery the final straw in their already fractured relationship? “George really didn’t want her to get the boob job,” an insider says. But she needed a place to rest after the operation. “She asked George if she could do her recovery at his house and he agreed,” says the insider. Although the couple made a last appearance together at a Metropolitan Museum of Art gala on May 5 in New York, the relationship was already on the rocks. “He wanted to break up with her but she had an Armani gown custom-made,” says the insider. “He didn’t want to be a jerk, so he took her to be nice.” But the romance lasted just a few more weeks. 

Despite the split, the 29-year-old former cocktail waitress is pleased with her new look. Revealing no signs of heartache, Sarah showed off her curvier figure at the Palms Place Hotel and Spa opening in Las Vegas on May 31. “She likes her new body so much that she would consider posing for Playboy,” says a friend. And having dated a huge star, she shouldn’t have any problems getting work. “Now that she’s famous, she’d never go back to cocktailing,” the pal says. 

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You don’t really think of Oscar-winner Gwyneth Paltrow as the racy type.

But in her new film, "Two Lovers," which debuted at the Cannes Film Festival Monday night, she quite surprisingly bares a single breast. The shot is, shall we say, head-on into the camera. And it’s for more than a couple of seconds. This is no wardrobe malfunction. It’s on purpose. (To paraphrase a great "Seinfeld" quote: "They're real … and they’re spectacular!")

Of course, this moment — it’s the left breast, by the way — is meant to be part of the story; it’s exactly what her manipulative character would do to land her man, in this case a character played by Joaquin Phoenix. In "Two Lovers," Phoenix plays a mentally jumbled lonely guy who tries to juggle romances with both Paltrow’s selfish car crash of a mistress and Vinessa Shaw‘s girl next door.

It’s not easy for Joaquin, who appears here for the third time in a film directed by James Gray. Nevertheless, Phoenix shrugged off his Cannes promo duties this year, citing "dehydration" or "exhaustion" depending on whom you asked.

But Gray was here for the red carpet premiere and after-party, as were Paltrow and Shaw. I didn’t get a chance to ask Gwyneth about her breast-baring moment, but she did do me a favor at the after-party and made sure yours truly was allowed into the roped-off VIP Section.

"He’s all right," she said, giving a mock royal benediction, before she exited the party to go check on her two small children. The queen has spoken!

Paltrow is having a good month, appearing in the hit "Iron Man" with Robert Downey Jr. But beyond "Two Lovers," she told me she’s not sure what her next film will be. Luckily, husband Chris Martin‘s rock group, Coldplay, has an album about to hit the Internet and stores. Paltrow and kids shan’t go hungry while she sifts through new scripts!

Jagger, Stars Do the Town in Cannes

They’re not Sophia Loren or Marcello Mastroianni, but plenty of stars are all over town this week in Cannes for the 61st annual film festival.

On Monday, Mick Jagger and Harrison Ford lunched together at the Eden Roc, amid loads of executives including departing New Line Cinema founders Michael Lynne andBob Shaye. Jagger and Harrison made lunch plans two nights earlier at the Vanity Fair party.

Monday night found both Jude Law and Sean Penn reveling in female attention at the Hotel Martinez bar, the new post-1 a.m. hangout on the Croisette. Head juror Penn was busy having a serious talk with a posse of beautiful but hard-looking blondes — meaning smart ones — said to be in hedge funds from Los Angeles.

The dolled group with tired eyes and blotted mascara had just decamped from the annual Chopard gala at the Carlton Hotel, where "Into the Wild" was a reference to the bar lines.

Penn also took time to greet director Walter Salles, whose "Linha de Passe" is in competition. The word on the Croisette is that Salles is readying his documentary about Jack Kerouac for entry in the Venice Film Festival. It will be followed by his feature of Kerouac’s 1957 classic, "On the Road."

Law, meantime, has been in Cannes on a peace mission. He’s helping to promote International Peace Day and a documentary by Jeremy Gilley, the founder and organizer of the Sept. 21 Peace Day initiative. This group is serious. Law says members have even been corresponding with the Taliban — they have printed stationery, who knew?! — and they’ve agreed to observe Sept. 21 as Peace Day. You can read all about it here.

Meanwhile, Christian Slater was one of many stars and socialites who turned up on Ronald Perelman‘s boat the Ultima III for annual cocktails and dinner. Slater — with girlfriend Tamara Mellon — spent the night accepting congrats on his new NBC series. He told me he has a dual role on the show, playing a Jekyll and Hyde pair of characters who are super spies.

The first 13 episodes start shooting next month, and Ben Silverman is said to be so high on the show, "My Own Worst Enemy," that he’s slotted Christian’s show right after the mega-hit "Heroes."

Also seen on the Perelman yacht: Brett RatnerHarvey WeinsteinDenise RichVivi Nevo andZiyi Zhang. A New Orleans Mardi Gras band set up shop on the pier and played for free, just to get attention, during sunset cocktails. They were good, too!

Also making the rounds: overnight sensation Jim Sturgess, who played the Paul McCartneycharacter in "Across the Universe." He’s getting ready to shoot a film called "Heartless". … Clint Eastwood and his entire family dining at Michelangelo in Antibes, his favorite restaurant. Clint’s "Changeling" has its red carpet premiere Tuesday night. … Brad Pitt stopped by Paul Allen‘s yacht party the other night, sans Angelina Jolie — only because she didn’t need the seasick ride out to the yacht on a tender. She herself is quite tender and may be due to give birth before the end of June, even though she told the press she's due in August. …

Michael Moore was Paramount’s special guest on Sunday night at the premiere of "Indiana Jones." He’s working on a sequel to "Fahrenheit 911" for Paramount in a joint venture with Overture Films. Moore wore a tuxedo for the occasion, but Ford was able to eschew the required bow tie and stuck to a long necktie instead. …

People are still griping about who did and didn’t get invited to the "intimate" bash for 400 following the "Indy" premiere. Neither the studio nor the filmmakers did themselves any favors going that route, considering that some of the guests were considered quite below C, not sea, level. …

And, please, someone tell Seymour Stein that the song emanating from the wildest disco on the beach, a place called Diva that sports a huge video screen marquee and couldn’t be tackier, was none other than Sire Records’ finest-ever French gibberish hit circa 1977: "Ca Plane Pour Moi" byPlastic Bertrand. Forget Madonna. That was Sire Records’ greatest achievement. …

Polanski Will Not Show, But Directors Will

Don’t expect to see director Roman Polanski Tuesday night at the premiere of "Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired."

After much debate among all his associates and a lot of soul-searching, Polanski decided it would be inappropriate to appear at a festivity for the Marina Zenovich documentary.

Instead, he will view it on DVD at home and send his support to Zenovich and everyone involved.

Remember, I told you last week that in New York, 25 directors showed up to host a screening of "Wanted and Desired" and to show their support for Polanski. The word is that most of the directors here in Cannes will show up Tuesday night in a similar effort.

This extraordinary recounting of Polanski’s trial at the hands of corrupt lawmakers gets its first airing in June on HBO, followed by a limited theatrical run and then a DVD blitz. The European version of Premiere magazine (the U.S. version was stupidly shut down by Hachette) carries a terrific piece this month — Polanski and Catherine Deneuve interviewing each other.


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In 2003 Jodie Marsh’s natural cleavage was a badge of honour in her ongoing feud with nemesis and plastic surgery aficionado Jordan.

But five years on, it’s abundantly clear the glamour model has had a change of heart.


The 29-year-old showed off her new set of 32GGs at the launch of Orchid bar in central London last night.

Faking it: Jodie Marsh showed off her new 32GGs at London’s Orchid last night; the glamour model attempted to one-up her nemesis Jordan by proudly declaring her breasts were real in 2003

Jodie, famous for her minuscule outfits, stayed true to form in a black skimpy fringed bra and low riding jeans for the occasion.

At one point her heaving bust line proved too much, spilling over her tiny lingerie as she piled into a cab at night’s end.


And after posing without make-up earlier this week for a Refuge charity campaign for victims of domestic violence, Jodie’s self-described “drag queen” paint was back as thick as ever.


Boost: the glamour model says she underwent surgery to lift her confidence

“I had got to a point where I wanted to keep my push up bra on in the bedroom! I 100 per cent made the decision to undergo surgery for myself, and I didn’t take the decision lightly.

“After a really difficult last year I wanted to do something that would make me feel good about myself and bring my confidence levels back up.


“The only criticism I have is one with myself and that is that I wish I’d had them done years ago so that I might have felt this amazing for all that time!”


Jodie admitted that she felt pressure to keep up with celebrities who favour a nip and tuck.


She added: “There are so many images of women with amazing fake boobs, I didn’t really feel like mine were good enough.


“I think society has forgotten what real boobs look like, and women like me end up thinking our boobs aren’t nice because they disappear into our armpits when we lie down.



Vivica A. Fox will get her own fashion reality show on VH1 this summer.

Vivica A. Fox will get her own fashion reality show on VH1 this summer.

Vivica Fox is best known for her roles in "Independence Day," "Soul Food" and "Kill Bill: Vol. 1."

SANTA MONICA, Calif. (UPI) — U.S. actress and producer Vivica A. Fox has signed on to preside over a new competition series designed to find the next great celebrity stylist, VH1 announced.

"Glam God with Vivica A. Fox" is to premiere this summer.

Each week, contestants will compete in various challenges that will test their knowledge of fashion and style trends as they create "the perfect look from head to toe," the network said.

The winner will get $100,000, as well as the chance to style an A-list celebrity.

"Vivica is a movie star and a fashion icon who knows how to step onto the red carpet and nail it every single time," VH1's Jeff Olde said in a statement. "Her instincts are impeccable and she knows how critical it is to have a 'glam god' she can trust to create a star-making killer look. We are thrilled that we have her vision and insights to drive this show."

Fox is best known for her roles in "Independence Day," "Soul Food" and "Kill Bill: Vol. 1."

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