Adam Levine shows off his abs and multiple tattoos while delivering his opening monologue on “Saturday Night Live” on Saturday (January 26) in New York City.
The 33-year-old Maroon 5 front man was joined by Andy Samberg, Cameron Diaz and Jerry Seinfeld who all claimed they wanted to coach him on his hosting — an obvious spoof on “The Voice.” Check out Adam‘s shirtless opening monologue here!
Oh Joaquin Phoenix. How you’re still such an important part of my entertainment life. Even when you said “bye! Good” to us, I never stopped loving you. Even when you embarked on a drunken “rap career,” I maintained my adoration. Throughout everything—any by “everything,” I mean the “massive fleecing you put over on all of us boned us with“—I stood by you, because you’re one of my main men.
This new look, though. This baggedy, raggedy sheepdog look you’ve got going on, dude: it is not flattering. Can I take you for a walk somewhere real quick-like? Can we journey on a trip down memory lane? Because for real, this is how I love my Joaquin. Read more…
I got my boyfriend a banjo for Christmas, partly because he really wanted one, and mostly because I think there’s nothing sexier than a man playing the banjo. If you share my love for banjo players, you’ll probably want to keep on clicking to see 16 gorgeous guys (both famous and non-famous) picking on their 5-strings…
Last night, I sat down to watch “Zero Dark Thirty,” the Oscar-nominated film about the U.S. military operation that killed Osama bin Laden. I was prepared to have mixed feelings about the movie; while everything I’d read suggested that it was fantastic filmmaking, the movie has also been criticized for being inaccurate and, ostensibly, pro-torture. However, I was not prepared to pop such a serious girl boner for so many of the dudes in the film. Yes, yes, the movie, in my opinion, totally leaves the viewer with the impression that information gathered from tortured detainees contributed to the CIA finding OBL and killing him, but the movie also left me with the impression that I’d like to some naughty things of my own to actor Jason Clarke… Keep reading »
“Anyone can get those if they work at it. It’s just a lot of exercising. And it’s really quite pointless, because you go to a gym and you lift a heavy thing so a muscle grows, but the only thing the muscle can actually do is to lift that heavy thing. After a while they’re like pets because they don’t do anything useful. But you have to feed them and take care of them otherwise they’ll go away. I feel a bit goofy having them, to tell you the truth.”
– Remarks like this, Ryan Gosling, do nothing to make me want to squeeze and cuddle and stroke your hot beefcakey-ness any less, just so you know. In fact, though I hate working out, if the Gos was my trainer, I could totally be convinced to grow some pets of my own. [via Perez Hilton]
P.S. There’s a GIF of the Gos showing off his pets after the jump. Keep reading »
With the cold winter months approaching, it’s time to heat things up. Our new newsletter, Hump Day Hotties, will bring our favorite eye candy directly into your inbox every Wednesday. (Subscribe here!) Feel free to drool. We won’t judge.
This Hump Day Hottie is kind of a special one, because I’m bestowing it upon director Ben Affleck, not actor Ben Affleck,recognizing him as a hottie who has only improved — like, a lot — with age and a change of focus in his career. Ben initially, of course, became famous as an actor, for both good — “Good Will Hunting,” “Chasing Amy” — but more often bad — “Gigli,” “Jersey Girl,” “Bounce” — movie roles. He was Matt Damon’s taller sidekick, J. Lo’s suddenly tan boyfriend/fiance, and a reported gambling addict. He had such potential, but it sort of seemed like fame got to him and he didn’t know what to do with his creative impulses for a couple of years. Keep reading »