Watch: Hip hop star Parris Goebel drops sizzling second single Nasty off new album

New Zealand's queen of hip hop Parris Goebel has released the second single off her latest project, debut album Run & Tell Your Friends; and, it's a sizzler. 

Goebel, who goes by the name Parri$ for her new album, directed, produced and choreographed the single Nasty.

It was filmed on a New Zealand farm to "capture the beauty" of her home country, Goebel told website The FADER.

"The concept was to embrace the natural feel of New Zealand, and I wanted to shoot on a farm while the sun was setting," she said.

"All the dancers — who are part of my core squad — were wearing clothing that was made to feel fresh and raw to represent the beautiful outdoors of our country."

The single was released on Monday, just days out from this year's MTV Music Video Awards for which Goebel's choreography in Justin Bieber's album PURPOSE nominated in three categories. 

Run & Tell Your Friends is set to be released on October 17.

Watch: 'Speculation became the truth' - Renee Zellweger goes on TV for another crack at nasty plastic surgery rumours

Actress Renee Zellweger has explained why she felt compelled to write an essay earlier this month addressing media speculation on changes to her face. 

Zellweger spoke with ABC's Leigh Scales about the well-publicised allegations she had plastic surgery around her eyes.

"Speculation became the truth... Your argument becomes one side," Zellweger told Scales in the interview which aired last night.

"I don't think there's any dignity in seeking the approval of people who you don't know and who make fun of other people."

The Bridget Jones Diary star wrote an article on August 7 titled 'We Can Do Better' on The Huffington Post to "make some claim on the truths in my life".

"Not that it's anyone's business, but I did not make a decision to alter my face and have surgery on my eyes," the 47-year-old wrote. 

The allegations first appeared in October 2014 after the actress appeared at the Elle Women in Hollywood Awards looking visibly different, particularly around her eyes. 

The Oscar-winning actress slammed "tabloid journalism" and "celebrity news" for alleged misrepresentation in their writing.

"It's no secret a woman's worth has historically been measured by her appearance... Too skinny, too fat, showing age, better as a brunette, cellulite thighs, face lift scandal, going bald, fat belly or bump?"



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