Edited by Marissa Moshell, Student
We knew that Eva Mendes was the model for Calvin Klein when billboards were released, where she was strewn across the massive ad almost completely naked. Well, I guess the eager desire for more quickly penetrated the execs because a mere one week later, the billboard of Eva, in a sheer bra, was replaced by the one above. Making some smart decisions, they decided to add a perfume onto the scene. No confusion about what to purchase anymore!
Edited by Rebecca Alexander
Click here to view the controversial ad.
The funny thing is, there was barely a nipple slip in the video, nothing we haven’t seen before on youtube. Seriously, you can find videos on there of people choking each other, pretending to commit suicide (or actual suicide from ‘Face of Death’), and all sorts of violence, but a nipple is forbidden? Come on!!!
Thanks PopCrunch for the news.
Edited by Lauren Garroni
With rumors swirling that Quentin Tarantino will be remaking the cult classic Faster Pussycat, Kill, Kill I thought I would dedicate a post to the awesome style of the original movie.
The rumored cast is said to be anyone and everyone from Britney Spears, Eva Mendes, and porn-star Tera Patrick. If this remake ever does make it to the screen it will either be the greatest thing ever or a huge steaming pile of crap.
What Britney’s costume might look like….
Edited by Saynt
Oh, Calvin Klein. Like you didn’t know that Eva Mendes’ nip slip wouldn’t cause controversy!!! You sneaky devils. You knew all us bloggers would write about it giving you a ton of free publicity. Great job on getting us all on board. You just saved a shit load on buying TV air time and will probably get just amount of coverage on your Youtube video…
Come to think about it. That’s a great idea. I’m working on a commercial right this second that will feature gratuitous balledge from yours truly. Then I’m gonna try to get it on TV. Write a press release when it’s banned. Post it on YouTube. And make my video viral.
Oh joy for Youtube.
Edited by Lauren Garroni
By now we’ve all seen the racy print ads of Eva Mendes for Calvin Klein, but do you know that there’s a commercial too?! Oh you’ll never see it on television because they’ve been banned in the United States. Prudes!
Click here to see the banned commercial for the fragrance.
If the bottle didn’t appear at the end of the clip, you would be certain that this was an intro to the classiest porn you’ve ever seen.