Since today is St Patrick’s Day we found it more than appropriate to have Aubrey O’Day as our “dime”. Formerly of Diddy’s girl group Danity Kane, she can be seen on her own reality show ‘All About Aubrey‘. Truthfully we’ve never seen the show–nor do we expect to watch. To be quite honest we find Aubrey pretty fucking annoying and as intelligent as a bag of rocks, but like we said she’s Irish so she gets special exception today. Make the JUMP to see more pictures and an interview.
The premiere of Season Eight of ‘Entourage’ is at least four or five months away, but it’s never to soon to drool over the lovely Emmanuelle Chriqui. The Canadian goddess was back on the big screen this past weekend in “Elektra Luxx,” an indie comedy about a porn star with a bun in the oven who trys to make ends meet by teaching a community college sex course for housewives. Plot sound kinky enough already? It gets better. In the movie, Chriqui plays a prostitute named “Bambi Lindberg,” a call girl’s name if we’ve ever heard one. The sexy brunette is garnering quite a bit of buzz for a scene where she straddles, seduces, and kisses Adrianne Palicki, the actress who you might recognize as Tyra Collette from Friday Night Lights.
Despite sharing her name with a female golfer with hair cut like a peacock-mullet, Rosie Jones is a British sex bomb. The 5ft’ 7in model and her 30F breasts, moved from Middlesex to London at 18-years-old straight after her A-levels, and landed a spot on Page 3.
…so simple, yet SO DAMN GOOD. Thank you Esquire.
In the video above is Victoria’s Secret model Kylie Bisutti, a resident of California who initially found it difficult to get into modelling because of her big chest. These days, after winning the first ever Victoria’s Secret Model Search in 2009, she’s part of an underwear aristocracy that tours the world in its pants. It’s a strong job.
Although Wiz Khalifa’s Pittsburgh-repping calling card “Black and Yellow” still sits at No. 18 on Billboard, the song will soon likely fade just as the Steelers’ Super Bowl hopes did last month. So here’s “Roll Up,” another Stargate-produced track poised to dominate radio. The beat’s shimmering synths and surprisingly knocking drums will sound at home on pop radio (get ready, Z104) and rap station 92Q. If you’re not sold on Wiz’s lyrical ability, “Roll Up” won’t change your mind – these are elementary lines easy to memorize, recite and regurgitate. But if you like breezy rap singles that your pop-minded girlfriend will like, too, “Roll Up” is for you. The video isn’t special, but casting Diddy’s girlfriend Cassie (what happened to her recording career?) will make dudes like me watch at least once.
Esquire’s “Me and My Place” concept is simple. Take pictures of your model in their own bedroom. In this case, Stacy Keibler. One of the finest dimes to come from the WWF (or now as we know it, the WWE), it’s worth peeping the rest of the pics.
Call it a mini-movie, rather than a music video. Written by Lady Gaga. Executive Producer: Vincent Herbert. Directed by Nick Knight, with choreography by Laurie Ann Gibson.
Why do we only get to see Cassie for less than 5 seconds? Why do they show dudes dancing with no shirts for more than 5 seconds. WTF. C’mon mayn.
On this miserably cold and wet Hollywood evening, it’s a relief when Summer Glau glides into the bar, instantly brightening the mood. And she does glide. She started ballet at age five, and it became her life — her mom homeschooled her for the next decade. “I was good,” says Glau with a vague Texas accent, “but local good. By fifteen, I started to realize I didn’t have the body to go to the next level.” (Which seems absurd from where we’re sitting.) At twenty, she moved to L. A. and landed a guest part as a ballerina on the Joss Whedon-directed Angel. That led to starring roles on Whedon’s series Firefly and then The Sarah Connor Chronicles, as a teenage Terminator. Her current role as a crime-fighting blogger on the NBC superhero drama The Cape is the first time the twenty-nine-year-old gets to play a woman anywhere close to her own age, which has Glau excited and a little nervous. Things are taking off fast. So, with Summer’s help, a look forward to the future — the near future at least. A preview of Summer… —David Katz
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