Comedy Central aired its Roast of James Franco on Monday night. I finally got around to watching it last night and as expected, it was a hilarious affair. How could it not be with Jonah Hill, Sarah Silverman, Andy Samberg, Bill Hader, Aziz Ansari, Nick Kroll, Jeff Ross, Natasha Leggero and Roastmaster Seth Rogen on hand serving some major zingers.
All of them took their shots at the Pineapple Express actor as well as on each other. As expected, his Oscar hosting stint and sexual ambiguity were quite popular topics. What was surprising though was the lack of drug-related jokes given Franco’s stoner-like expressions. However, his signature squint was a huge target. Check out some of my favorite insults below, along with several clips from the special.
Absolutely ridiculous. Christina Aguilera looks insanely hot on the current issue of Maxim magazine. With a svelte new body, I don’t blame her for showing off all her hard work at the gym. It’s sexy without being too trashy like her previous editorials with the publication. Remember her slut-tastic one during her “Dirty” era?
In addition to posing for photographer Mark Liddell, the 32-year-old singer opens up about what she finds sexy in guys. Speaking of sexy guys, Maxim asks her which of her former Mickey Mouse Club co-stars was cooler, Justin Timberlake or Ryan Gosling? Find out her answer below, along with a few other memorable quotes and more photos from her sizzling photo shoot. Side note: Love the headline, “Hear the Voice, See the Body!” Preach Maxim, preach.
I’m such a down-to-earth girl, I’m comfortable in just a jersey and boy’s underwear. Trying too hard to be sexy is the worst thing you can do. Sexiness should be effortless.
After numerous teases, Robert Pattinson’s Dior Homme fashion film has finally debuted. Shot by Romain Gavras, the black and white clip shows the Twilight actor amorously interacting with his on-screen lover, played by model Camille Rowe. The visual features original music created by legendary band Led Zeppelin. Check out the gorgeous piece below.
Brazilian model Pedro Andrade and hairdresser Ben Thigpen couldn’t do it. Not even Amazing Race winner Reichen Lehmkuhl could as well. But Michael Turchin managed to get the former ‘N Sync singer to put a ring on it. To be fair, Turchin is the hottest out of the bunch.
Lance Bass has been dating Michael since December 2011. The 34-year-old singer popped the question in New Orleans this weekend. After texting Turchin’s parents for permission, he placed a black diamond band on his future hubby. Turchin tweeted on Saturday, “Happiest guy in the world.” Congrats to the happy couple.
For a little fun, I thought I’d pit all of Bass’ exes and fiance in a who’s the hottest battle. Check out their pics below and cast a vote for your favorite.
Apparently, there was a time when I was seriously high on crack. I had no idea I had a severe problem ;) For some reason I placed Zac Efron on my 5 Guys Everyone Finds Smokin’ Hot… But Me list. In my defense, the 25-year-old has gotten much hotter as he’s aged. Wasn’t feeling his twinky High School Musical days.
In a newly-released still from his upcoming film Neighbors, Efron sports some serious chest fuzz and rock hard abs. Formerly titled Townies, the film follows a couple with a newborn baby who face unexpected difficulties after they are forced to live next to a fraternity house. Neighbors opens in theaters nationwide on May 9, 2014. If there’s more revealing shots of him, I’ll be at the cineplex opening night.
Just when you thought the buzz surrounding her headline-grabbing MTV VMA performance had died down, Miley Cyrus receives word of another person not impressed with her sexy number. She’s already drawn criticism from everyone, including fellow celebrities, parents, and now she has Steve Chmelar to add to that list.
Who is Chmelar? At 16-years-old, he created the original “No. 1″ hand to support his Iowa high school basketball team. His original version was made of paper-mache and hardware cloth. This inspired Geral Foss to create a foam version. The foam finger was first sold at the 1978 Cotton Bowl game between Notre Dame and Texas, and it has been appearing at sporting events ever since. I’ve probably purchased a handful during my lifetime.
Now 59-year-old, here’s what Steve had to say about Miley using his creation to perform some R-rated actions on stage.
“She took an honorable icon that is seen in sporting venues everywhere and degraded it,” Chmelar told Fox News. He added, “If I had choice between Julie Andrews singing ‘The Sound of Music’ and Miley Cyrus doing ‘Can’t Stop’, I’d go the Julie Andrews route, but everyone has their choice and their decision.”
In other Miley-related news. The “We Can’t Stop” singer graces the cover of Notion Magazine’s 65th issue. As usual, Miley’s being Miley in her latest editorial, wearing marijuana-inspired clothing. Check out the dope shoot below.
I have to say, the slicked hair back really works for Douglas Booth. It shows off his big luscious pillowy lips even more. Poor Hailee Steinfeld. It must’ve been torture kissing those things take after take while filming Romeo and Juliet… NOT!!!
In Flaunt magazine’s latest issue, The Dye Issue: Denim Never Forgives (#129), the publication taps the dangerously good-looking 21-year-old for a sizzling editorial snapped by Hunter & Gatti. Mark my words, this kid is going to be the next big thing. He’s the epitome of “heartthrob.”
Check out the rest of his photos below, along with a few quotes from his interview where he talks about following Leonardo DiCaprio’s Romeo footsteps.
Since he came out in 2010, Ricky Martin has been an out and proud gay man. He’s even a father of two boys whom he’s raising with his partner Carlos Gonzalez Abells. In a candid interview with GQ Australia, the 41-year-old Latin singer opens up about having internalized homophobia in his past. He reveals he bullied gay people during his youth as a means of trying to suppress his own feelings.
“I was very angry, very rebellious. I used to look at gay men and think, I’m not like that, I don’t want to be like that, that’s not me. I was ashamed,” Ricky told GQ Australia. “When you’re told you’re wrong by everyone, from society, from your faith – my self-esteem was crushed. I took my anger out on those around me.”
“I look back now and realize I would bully people who I knew were gay. I had internalized homophobia. To realize that was confronting to me,” he added. “I wanted to get away from that.”
Ricky goes on to say that everything feels right these days as an openly-gay celebrity. “If I’d know how good it was going to feel, I would have done it ten years ago,” he shares. Check out Martin’s inside editorial snapped by photographer Miguel Reveriego below. Just like wine, the “Livin’ la Vida Loca” singer gets better with age.