Natasha Yi (born March 25, 1979) is an American model and actress.
She has been featured and on the cover of numerous magazines including FHM, Maxim, Vanity Fair, The New York Post, Playboy, Men’s Fitness, Steppin’ Out and many other major mainstream magazines.
Yi had minor roles in the movies Rush Hour 2, Cradle 2 the Grave, and The Rundown. She is the first Asian American to be a showcase model on the daytime game show, The Price Is Right!
Over the course of a year and using hundreds of buckets of paint, the street artist known as Blu has released an animation titled Big Bag Big Boom. The video features wall-painted murals, ‘time-lapsed’ into a sort of street animation. Check the video out below and visit Blu’s website here.
Red Bull Racing NASCAR driver Brian Vickers and his pit crew perform a full pit stop in the middle of Times Square, New York. 20.6 seconds might not be the fastest pit stop ever, but it will never be beaten in Times Square!
Hit the jump for more rad footage of Brian Vickers taking his Nascar for a spin in the Bronx, and playing around at the Red Bull offices.
While Lil Wayne shot his footage with DJ Scoob Doo in his house, Gucci Mane was still locked up. Then they switched places, and Gucci shot his parts at the studio, in Atlanta.
This is kind of like an “MTV Cribs” episode set to music. Random things to look out for include, Wayne’s painting of himself holding up his Grammy, Wayne using his Grammy as an ashtray and the rad Supreme “F–k ‘Em” bathmat.
Brock Lesnar rallied from a horrific first round beating to stop Shane Carwin with a choke in the second round, defending his heavyweight title at UFC 116 on Saturday night.
Lesnar (5-1), the intimidating former pro wrestler and the UFC’s biggest pay-per-view star, won his first fight in nearly a year despite taking a pounding in the opening minutes from Carwin, the previously undefeated interim champion.
Lesnar took down Carwin in the second round and got Carwin in an arm triangle choke, forcing Carwin to tap out at the MGM Grand Garden.
“I knew he was getting tired,” Lesnar said. “Each shot was less dramatic than the other. … I stand before you a humble champion, and I’m still the toughest SOB around.”
Daniel Dhers laying down a couple of rad moves at the Nike 6.0 BMX Pro. Gotta love the ‘Cash Roll’, just watching it makes me dizzy.
Katy showed off her well manicured hand bra recently inside Esquire Magazine. Apparently, going shirtless is normal behavior for the pop star, who claims she sends her hubby Russell Brand photo messages of her boobs via mobile phone. Now enjoy the rest of your day mulling that image over in your head while I dedicate the rest of my life to stealing Russell’s phone. I bid you fair well!
Chris Forsberg (born April 6, 1982), is an American self taught drifting driver from Doylestown, Pennsylvania who currently competes in the Formula Drift series in his Nissan 350Z for NOS Energy Drink and Maxxis Tires.
Check out his official website here: chrisforsberg.com
After recent weight exemption approved by the Federal Aviation Administration, Terrafugia’s flying car has taken one step closer to production. At 1430-pounds, it is designed for trips of up to about 450 miles and can travel about 100 miles per hour in the air and 70 miles per hour on road. Well, it’s not what i saw in The Jetsons but I’ll take what I can get.
As Big Ben struck 6am, Mark Webber showed he’s made a full recovery after last Sunday’s crash in Valencia by roaring up to the gates of the Houses of Parliament in London in his Red Bull Racing F1 car, where the Red Bull pit crew were waiting to practice a full Formula One pit stop.
With a week to go until the British Grand Prix rolls into Silverstone, Webber and the full Red Bull pit team stunned onlookers and commuters on Parliament Square as they warmed up for next week’s championship showdown with a 3.2 second pit stop.
Webber, who last weekend in Valencia walked away unscathed from one of the most horrific crashes in recent years, thanks to the strength of his Red Bull Racing F1 car, jumped at the chance to show off his driving skills to the unsuspecting British public.
An excited Webber said of the pit stop: “Obviously, this is a once in a lifetime opportunity – it’s not every day you get to see the sights of London from an F1 car. This year has once again thrown up some interesting rule changes so any practice the team can get is going to make a difference, no matter where it is.”