Russell Brand quotes Oscar Wilde as easily as he rocks his ridiculously teased hair. He’s sexy, he’s suave, but, above all, he’s smart and he isn’t afraid to speak his mind. Despite getting flack for openly teasing the Jonas Brothers about their chastity rings and the “retarded cowboy President” Bush at the VMA’s last night, I thought [Me too! -- Editor] Brand stole the show with his off-handed hilarious comments — of course an accent makes everything sound better. Sure, the hole in the ozone is probably caused by the amount of hairspray he uses on his hair-do, but damn the boy is fine and funny! From guyliner to his groovy anti-establishment attitude, who is this one man British invasion named Russell Brand?
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Wooden sex dolls have struck again. GQ’s blog has got these figures in more awkward positions than a public sex scandal. Sure we all know how to wheel barrow and stand and deliver, but what do men think about all these effin’ arrangements? The GQ guys put the man in manuever by rating each position on difficulty, pleasure for him and her, and even the calories it burns (dudes count them too!). Surprisingly enough, a lot of women-driven positions got high ratings, like The Trapeze, The Stargazer, and The Reverse Cowgirl. We ladies work so hard for it, honey! But at least we’re coming out on top. [Via Boinkology] Keep reading »
No, not literally, silly — like, in the sense where you’re a man and your lady has you wrapped around her little finger…or something? We ask because GQ has put together such a lovely slideshow of famous men who are, in their view, whipped by their wives (or husbands, in the case of Elton John and David Furnish). Included on the list are Guy Ritchie (Madonna got him into Kaballah and, maybe, strap-ons), Ashton Kutcher (he gushed about wife, Demi Moore, in interviews, the wimp), Ben Stiller (Christine Taylor always scores roles in his terrible movies), and John Edwards (Elizabeth defended him when Ann Coulter called him a f*ggot). Honestly, we don’t get it — is it that the men are very supportive of their wives’ endeavors? That they genuinely think they’re cool, talented, and funny? That they don’t get to make all the decisions? Or maybe it’s that they’re super smart, as is especially the case with Catherine Zeta-Jones, who arranged for a pre-nup before marrying Michael Douglas that ensured her $5 million dollars if he ever cheated. [GQ] Keep reading »
Rachel Bilson strips down to a bra, underwear, and red heels on the February cover of GQ. Normally, we think Rachel is the cutest — and want to steal her clothes and her boyfriend — so why, oh why, did she feel the need to undress and contort herself into awkward-looking (and slightly sexist) positions? Of course, we know the answer: to publicize her new movie, Jumper. But, as our Amelia pointed out, doesnâ€™t her face look like that of a blow-up sex doll? We think itâ€™s the eyeliner. [GQ] Keep reading »