Friday, October 23, 2009

If you know me

. . . you also know I am completely addicted to celebrity gossip. Which is why I'm sitting here at my desk looking at LIFE AND STYLE instead of working on a column.

Specifically I am looking at an article called "The Hottest Guys on Fall TV," mostly because I don't get it. Take this photo of Nick Zano on pgs. 46-47 (yes! it's a spread!). Apparently he's Courtney Cox's cougar bait on her new show. (Topic for another day--the bogus-ness of cougar-ness.) Anyhoo. He's shirtless. And he's ripped. And tanned. And his jeans are barely skimming his chiseled hips. But he's POUTING like a full-on girl working it for the camera. And his hair is all gelled and styled AND THE WHOLE PICTURE IS SO NOT ATTRACTIVE. Like, what would happen if you actually tried to kiss this guy? Would he always have one eye on a mirror?

Because you just know with a guy like this there would always be mirrors involved.

Obviously I need to get busy.

6 comments:

Lisa B. said...

One of your tags nails it, actually--pseudo celebs. Give me a full-on celeb, and he can have his mirror. I am speaking, of course, of George Clooney. Wait, what was the topic again?

Valynne said...

I think I'd still be willing to kiss him, you know, just find out what he would do . . . all in the name of research, of course.

Bob the Woodworker said...

Mirrors, schmirrors! Men who care more about abs and gell and mirrors are, in the words of that awful governator of Callifornia, girlie-men. It is an unhappy day if men/cougar bait like are actually attractive to women.

The Tanners said...

haha so true.

LucindaF said...

I just hate it when they use me as a body double for the likes of Sandra Bullock and Michelle Pfeifer without my permission. I'm still waiting for my checks.

LucindaF said...

Did you mention something about narcicism? I don't get it.