“I was never best friends with Mike to begin with. I probably get along with him better now than I ever did. I just kind of handle him, but at the same time he’s a dramatic person and I’m not into that. That’s why I steer clear of him. Off the show we never really talk; we never have. We see each other at events and stuff — there are no hard feelings or anything — but on the show what you’re seeing now is me just avoiding drama. I can’t deal with it. It’s stressful enough being away from home, so I don’t need any more stress. And he brings a lot.”
– “Jersey Shore” castmate Vinny Guadagnino on his tenuous relationship with fellow castmate Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino. I think we can all agree that Mike is the worst. [NYMag.com]
Dear In Touch,
Shiloh Jolie-Pitt does not have a crush on Kingston Rossdale. He is not her “first true love.” She is 5 years old. Shiloh is interested in taxidermy and being called “John” and engaging in sword play. She’s basically a little mini-bad ass. Kingston, when he’s not flipping off the paparazzi and getting his nails did, is probably down to look at dead animals and spar with her. It’s called friendship. Can’t a little girl play with a little boy without it being labeled “a crush”? Maybe Kingston has a crush on Shiloh and she’s all, “Nah, bro, not interested. Now engarde!” Consider that.
Woody Allen is not most people’s idea of a pin-up. But Diane Keaton, who starred in Woody’s iconic films “Annie Hall” and “Manhattan,” says their romance blossomed over her attraction to his “great body.” (For his part, Diane says Woody fell for her because “he loved neurotic girls.” How … sweet?) In the 65-year-old actress’ memoir, Then Again, she writes:
It was his manner that got me, his way of gesturing, his hands, his coughing and looking down in a self-deprecating way while he told jokes. He was even better-looking in real life. He had a great body, and he was physically very graceful.
I still don’t see it — either ’70s Woody or the Woody Allen of today, who is a bona fide senior citizen at age 75. The guy just screams “geeky sex perv” to me. But hey, to each their own.
Diane Keaton does have a point about something, though: sometimes a younger woman’s attraction to an older dude isn’t necessarily because he’s “hot,” but because he is good-looking for his age. Call it, if you will, “old guy hot.”
After the jump, dudes who are our
fathers’ grandfathers’ age who we still think are pretty fine! [Daily Mail UK]