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Christina Hendricks In A Broken Bells Video


Christina Hendricks is one lucky lady. Not only does she play the best character in the coolest show around, but she’s also been universally praised as the Hottest Women Ever® for the past year. (There I go, making assumptions.) Now she’s in Broken Bells’ newest video for “The Ghost Inside.” Broken Bells is an amazing band—it’s Danger Mouse plus James Mercer of The Shins—and if you haven’t bought their album yet, do it now. Or at least watch the video, if you’re feeling low commitment. Keep reading »

Quotable: Christina Hendricks On How She Got Her Signature Red Hair

“I was obsessed with the Canadian novel ‘Anne of Green Gables.’ So my mother said, ‘Let’s just go to the drugstore and get one of those cover-the-gray rinses!’ My hair was very blond at the time, but it went carrot red. And I was over the moon.”

– Christina Hendricks on going red — it’s hard to imagine Joan without her signature firey locks, huh? Also, this is further proof that Christina Hendricks and I are, as Anne would say, “kindred spirits” — my best friend and I were also obsessed with Anne as kids. Still are actually — she calls me “Diana Berry” sometimes. [Styleist] Keep reading »

Quotable: Christina Hendricks, Gorgeous After Gaining 15 Pounds

“I guess my mom raised me right. She was very celebratory of her body. I never heard her once say, ‘I feel fat.’ Back when I was modeling, the first time I went to Italy I was having cappuccinos every day, and I gained 15 pounds. And I felt gorgeous! I would take my clothes off in front of the mirror and be like, Oh, I look like a woman. And I felt beautiful, and I never tried to lose it, ’cause I loved it.”

Christina Hendricks on her body image in the July/August issue of Health. [via Huffington Post] Keep reading »

Christina Hendricks Wants You To Buy This $130 Scarf

“Mad Men” star Christina Hendricks may be famous, but she’s still willing to lend her beauty and talent to her friends. Hendricks is a featured model on a friend’s Etsy shop, modeling this $130 wool scarf. Designer Tamara Mello sells her wares on Etsy under the names Blackbird Design House and Madre de Olivia, but she was also a bridesmaid in Hendricks’ wedding last year. Guess Hendricks was returning the favor? [The Wrap] Keep reading »

Christina Hendricks Is One Badass Android

Christina Hendricks, known for her role on “Mad Men” and her unrivaled rack, also makes a pretty friggin’ sweet fighter pilot/android. She shows her range in this new music video for “Ghost Inside” by Broken Bells, the side project from James Mercer of Danger Mouse and The Shins. It’s one part glamour, one part kick-butt female action hero, and all totally awesome. [Culture Vulture] Keep reading »

KROQ Asks, Is Christina Hendricks Full Figured Or Fat?

Radio station KROQ has just a brilliantly creative content creation department: A poll on their website, by someone named “Psycho Mike,” is just aching to generate outraged page views by asking, “Christina Hendricks — Full Figured Or Fatness?”

“I feel like she could lose a couple of pounds … Everyone on the staff (including men, not just bitter women) disagrees with me. What do you think?”

Hmm, what do I think? Keep reading »

15 Words That Are Maybe Even Better Than “Beautiful”

Christina Hendricks’ advice for men in the May issue of Esquire is overflowing with juicy gems — hell, her argument that men should use the word “panties” more because it’s “sexy,” “girlie,” and “naughty” even won me over. (Just don’t try and bring back “moist,” Miss Holloway.) Another quote had me thinking that maybe she’d been reading The Frisky.

“There are better words than beautiful. Radiant, for instance. It’s an underused word. It’s a very special word. ‘You are radiant.’ Also, enchanting, smoldering, intoxicating, charming, fetching.”

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Quotable: Christina Hendricks Wants To Bring Back The Word “Panties”

“Panties is a wonderful word. When did you stop saying ‘panties’? It’s sexy. It’s girlie. It’s naughty. Say it more.”

– Christina Hendricks, who plays “Mad Men” goddess Joan Holloway, has some advice for men in Esquire‘s May issue [Esquire]

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Christina Hendricks Declared “Best-Looking Woman” By Esquire

So, the pretentious nerds/tools who work at Esquire got together and decided that Christina Hendricks — who, duh, plays Joan Holloway on “Mad Men” — is the most “good-looking” woman in the world. Adriana Lima and Megan Fox came in second and third. Look, I love me some Christina Hendricks and would not kick her outta bed for eating crackers, but if Esquire thinks she is so super good-looking, why did they Photoshop her cover image to look like Julianne Moore? Just wondering. [Celebutopia] Keep reading »

How Marriage Changes Things

Newlyweds Christina Hendricks and her husband of five months, Geoffrey Arend, talked to People magazine recently about marriage and their new life together. Among a few cutesy things the couple said, Arend admitted that: “Having the ring on my finger it makes me realize this is the person I’ve chosen for the rest of my life. So everything that was a small little problem that could have turned into a fight, just sort of disappeared. We’re both very happy.” Like Arend and Hendricks, I’m a newlywed, too, and still in that stage where, when I run into people I haven’t seen in a while, they ask me: “How’s married life?” I usually just smile and say, “It’s good.” I hadn’t thought to describe it the way Arend does — that little problems have disappeared — and I don’t even know that that’s true for us, but there is a … difference. And it’s a difference I’ve heard a lot of other newly married couples struggle to articulate. Even in this era of shacking up before marriage, when it doesn’t seem like a piece of paper could change things that much, there’s a very discernible difference, noticeable almost immediately. At least, it seems to be the case for most couples, and certainly for my husband and me. Have you felt it, too? How would you describe the difference? Keep reading »

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