Get into Gwyn’s special panties
HOLLYWOOD actress Gwyneth Paltrow is flogging her KNICKERS on the internet.
The blonde star has launched her own range of pants on her website Goop – which are embroidered with her own initials.
So now every man can get their mitts on 42-year-old Gwynnie’s smalls!
The knickers cost £15 a throw and have her married initials GKPM – Gwyneth Kate Paltrow Martin – sewn into them, despite the fact that she split with hubby Chris earlier this year.
She said: “These everyday undies are well-priced, flattering and have the added charm of a monogram.”
The pants come in three shades – black, grey and white – and Gwynnie claims they are extra comfy.
Her website reads: “Available in three different everyday wearable shades, these cute bikini panties – trimmed in stretchy, super comfortable lace – are monogrammed across the upper back.” MILF Myleene Klass showed off her sultry side this week by wearing a sizzling LEATHER maxi dress from her new clothing line.
The 36-year-old yummy mummy has been busy promoting a sexy range from retailers Littlewoods, including figure-hugging gear.
But the former Hear’Say singer isn’t the first high-profile lady to explore this risqué fashion – we’ve caught LOADS of sexy celebs getting into LEATHER.
From raunchy reality babes to chart-topping rock stars, it seems like EVERYBODY’S at it!
Geordie Shore sexpot Holly Hagan, 21, exposed her ample cleavage in a light corset for a photo shoot last year.
And former X Factor judge Nicole Scherzinger showed off her perky pushed-up pair in a tight, strappy red dress in Paris a feq months ago.
Sex tape star Paris Hilton, 33, showed off her X-rated curves in a shimmering, slinky black leather number at a party in Los Angeles back in 2008.
Meanwhile pop provocateurs Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, 31, Katy Perry, 29,
HOPE is on the horizon for blokes who have had their willies sliced off by bitter ex-lovers.
Because bonk boffins are on the verge of creating cocks in the laboratory!
Men who need “penile reconstruction” surgery could soon be given organs grown from their own cells, according to a team of US scientists.
Project leader Anthony Atala has successfully implanted lab-grown MINGES in four patients.
Now he reckons similar methods can be applied to men with damaged or missing Johnsons.
The complex process involves cellular “merging” a donor penis with prosthetic implants and skin from the patient’s arm or thigh.
Atala’s team have had “great success” using the technique on rabbits and hope start human trials in the next five years.
He said: “We need approval from the US Food and Drug Administration so we know everything is perfect.”