Eminem Casts Porn Star Sasha Grey in New Video

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Michigan's favorite TV advertisement star of the moment, Eminem, recently filmed a new music video for his song, "Space Bound," and he's got a nasty little vixen for a co-star playing alongside of him.

Adult film star Sasha Grey will be playing Eminem's love interest in the soon to be released music video. That's a decision which might seem a little over the top to a lot of folks but Sasha Grey has enjoyed her fair share of regular acting roles in the past. The 22-year-old starlet already has a reccurring role in the HBO television show Entourage and she's also played a moderately clothed video vixen in music videos for the Smashing Pumpkins ("Superchrist") and the Roots ("Birthday Girl").

She's also got a new book of photography coming out this year that she co-authored with her fiancee, Ian Cinnamon, so the upcoming music video with Eminem is just the latest in Grey's attempts to move past her reputation as an award-winning porn star famous for licking toilet seats and ass cracks aplenty. Anyone that wants to find out more about that aspect of her career shouldn't have any trouble finding her finer (NSFW) assets online. But the reality is, everyone deserves a second chance in life, which is noticeably one of Eminem's main mottos via his lyrics these days, so it's quite fitting that he's cast a famous porn star who is trying to do more positive things with her life in his latest vid.

There haven't been any rumors yet on if the two actually hooked up in real life, but the hype alone should make "Space Bound" one of the more highly anticipated videos of the year.

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