Says Fox, “I want voters to see the real me.” Of course, the rest of the candidates are also invited to attend—and dance.

The gold and black bikini snapshot of Nadya Suleman, was leaked by another porn star, Jessica Drake, who “coached” Octo through her “performance.”

The porn studio behind the video, Wicked Pictures, quotes Nadya in a press release, saying Drake “opened up my eyes to a whole world of self-pleasure.”

Drake says, “I am honored to have helped [Suleman] expl ore her sexuality.”

According to the release, the video shows Octomom in a “variety of erotic scenarios” all focused on solo masturbation and poking fun at her public persona.

Octomom, who recently booked a strip phim sex per gig as well, calls the experience “the best, most powerful, and most liberating thing I’ve ever done.”

Jenna Jameson may have built a career around money shots, but she was forced to pose for an unwanted mug shot very early this morning.

The iconic porn star got into a minor single car accident around 1:30 a.m. PST, TMZ sources confirm, and was arrested for suspicion of DUI after police officers issued a field sobriety test.

Bill Clinton was spotted mingling with his core constituency last night.

He also posted for a picture with a couple of porn stars. Obviously.
Octomom’s adult film shoot last week meant plenty of nerves for first-time porn star Nadya Suleman, but now that it’s over, she’s stoked for it to come out!

“My first shoot was amazing,” Octomom told the Huffington Post.

Of her XXX-rated masturbation video, she says, “It was such a learning experience for me in so many ways. I don’t think I could have asked for a better crew to work with. They were so patient and willing to teach me.”

Read more celebrity gossip at: Hunter Moore, 26, used to run a website called, which he told “Nightline” he had launched as a place for “public humiliation.” On the site, users could upload sexually explicit photos and videos without a victim’s permission, and include screen grabs of Facebook accounts and links to Twitter accounts. A section on the website also allowed people to comment on the photos and videos.

The site became so popular that Moore said he was getting nearly 5 million hits a month. But in April, Moore sold his website for less than $15,000 to, a social website on which people can share stories about being bullied and seek help. was taken down. “To be seen on that website is like, breaks my heart inside,” she said. “It ruins everything I’ve built up for myself. It’s embarrassing to know that they’ve seen that photo of me and they know what I look like topless because of that site.”

Her mother Charlotte Laws, who is a private investigator, said she was outraged and contacted the FBI after Moore refused to take down her daughter’s photos.

“We first asked him, we sent him a cease-and-desist and a take-down notice, and he basically said ‘screw off,’ in so many words,” Charlotte Laws said.