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Actress Elizabeth Hurley participates in the lighting of the Empire State Building in honor of The Estée Lauder Companies' 2019 Breast Cancer Campaign in New York.

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Elizabeth Hurley attends the Breast Cancer Research Foundation's The Hot Pink Party at the Park Avenue Armory, in New York.

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Elizabeth Hurley smiles on the red carpet during the opening of the 39th Cairo International Film Festival in Egypt.

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Seconds Count Did the sneaky, freaky, cheeky idea come from Sir Elton John himself? After all, it's for the benefit of his AIDS foundation that Liz Hurley's pecuniary affections were so profitably auctioned (£50,000, no less). Rich banker Julian Bharti clinched the deal for a passionate clinch. Looks genuine? But Liz is a good actress!

An Indian origin banker, Julian Bharti, the son of a Canadian businessman, paid 50,000 British pounds, equivalent to approximately Rs 48,95,825 for kissing 49-year-old actress Elizabeth Hurley as part of a fundraiser for Elton John AIDS Foundation.

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Between Friends Gone is the beefy chunkiness crested by sharp blades of golden frizz. Warnie is a nambily depilated version of his grizzled self—a sorry side-effect of partnering the toned, muscly Liz. A glorious Shilpa saves the day.

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Calm After The Storm Give credit where it’s due. It has not been an easy year for Liz Hurley: with media on both sides of the Sea feral-like in attempting to sniff out the dirt on her tempest of a relationship with Warne. The sparkler on her finger should finally put paid to all that.

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Australian leg spinning great and Rajasthan Royals cricket team captain Shane Warne and British actress Elizabeth Hurley attend the launch of apparel brand "Spinners by Shane Warne" in Mumbai. Spinners by Shane Warne is a lifestyle collection of men's wear, boy's wear, inner wear, socks and sports performance wear designed by the cricketing legend.

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Reward Fit for a King With enamorata Liz Hurley on hand to watch his every ball, Rajasthan Royals skipper Shane Warne turned in an inspired performance against the Kochi Tuskers, picking up three scalps and earning a congratulatory peck thereafter.

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Rajasthan Royals captain Shane Warne with British actress Liz Hurley after their win over Kochi Tuskers Kerala in the IPL-4 cricket match in Jaipur on April 24.

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Liz Hurley, left, and Imran Khan at a party in Mumbai hosted by Parmeshwar Godrej

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Match Point The tacky bad boy of cricket and a man-eater—it’s an even pitch. After months of innuendo-laden tweets, Liz Hurley and Shane Warne’s public dalliance was waiting to happen. Her three-year-old marriage to Arun Nayar is history and Warnie too has parted from wife Simone for the nth time. Just another fling or a chemistry mystery?

British actress Elizabeth Hurley during a function to raise money for Breast Ca., Tuesday, Oct. 19, 2010.

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In the fitness of the things, since the idea was to honour Britain's most dynamic Asian women on May 23, perhaps no one was sari

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The 44-year-young safetypin queen does it again. A see-through blue sari, and just that—Liz Hurley’s latest style statement. Hubby Arun Nayar was around to keep the oglers away at a London charity ball.

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So was it a sheer accident? Or did Arun Nayar's spouse without a blouse attend the Love Ball charity fundraiser knowing that her risque dress sense would make her the talk of the town? Well, on the way out, at least, she does seem to know that she's got to hide something...

Elizabeth Hurley is no stranger to dressing up skimpily. But when the wife of NRI businessman Arun Nayar showed up at the Love Ball charity fundraiser on Tuesday in a dazzling blue sari sans a blouse or a bra, flash-bulbs were bound to pop. And they did. As captured in this among many photographs forwarded to us by Sari fans across the world. They are now calling her Arun Nayar's spouse without blouse.

Heard the Bells

After months of speculation, British model Liz Hurley and businessman Arun Nayar finally took their vows. The celebrations in Jodhpur, spread across a month, saw an army of blue-chip celebs. Amid the bling, did anyone utter the word pre-nup?

Knotty Knots While the Indian and British paparazzi went crazy publishing reports of "secret" nuptials between British actress Elizabeth Hurley and Arun Nayar, the wedding never happened. It is now slated to happen in 2005. In the meantime, rumour has it that Liz is pregnant with Arun’s child.

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Liz Hurley, Arun NayarWedding in February, a red Versace gown, break-up, reconciliation, people are willing to believe anything when the subject is Liz Hurley. ‘Arm-candy’ Nayar’s status swings from exotic flavour-of-the-season to a good-man-for-keeps. Meanwhile Lizzy starts another India affair, this time with Bollywood.

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LIZ'S BEAU PEEP
Arun 'Hurley' Nayar catches up with old Mumbai friends

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Saturday 10 March
Indian businessman Arun Nayar, model-actress Elizabeth Hurley and her son Damian arrive at the airport to fly out of Jodhpur, Rajasthan. A scuffle between journalists and security guards marred the Indian wedding of Hurley and Nayar, prompting local authorities to deploy extra police at the airport for the celebrity couple's departure. The fight started outside Mehrangarh fort, when reporters tried to block the couple’s Bentley as it entered the venue for a dinner. The media was denied access to the events after a UK magazine reportedly bought exclusive rights to the couple’s wedding photos.

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Model actress Elizabeth Hurley holds Damian, her four-year-old son, as her husband Arun Nayar as they leave the airport after arriving in Jodhpur, Rajasthan. The couple who were married Friday, in a private civil ceremony at Sudeley Castle, in Winchcombe in western England, and held a blessing and party at the castle Saturday evening, with guests, are in India for traditional wedding celebrations. Large numbers of policemen have been deployed from the airport to the three hotels in Jodhpur where the couple and their celebrity guests will be staying.

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