Last week, Marisa Tomei squealed that she went skinny dipping at George Clooney‘s house in Lake Como. She even implied that her “Ides of March” co-star Evan Rachel Wood had stripped down to splash about with her. “George kind of … I don’t know if he set us up but he certainly set us up really well if that’s what he was doing. We wound up all skinny dipping. Let’s cut to the chase,” she told Conan O’Brien.
Now George has put his two cents in on the matter.
“It’s a tradition at my house,” he said. Hmm, so who else has skinny dipped there?
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Every Monday, I rush to Crunch gym in order to sign up for one of the coveted 24 spots in my favorite gym class ever, Urban Rebounding. It’s like a race to make sure I’m there on time to score a position in class. For an hour, I bounce up and down on a mini trampoline, mixing dance moves and choreography into an aerobic workout. It’s not as easy as it sounds, and, in fact, you’ll find this is a full cardio workout. Once you’ve experienced Urban Rebounding you’ll understand. But that’s not the only child-like pastime making exercise waves these days: Hula-hooping is quickly catching up. Keep reading »
It seems like a lot of actresses over 40 are stripping naked for roles these days. Sandra Bullock did it in “The Proposal,” Marisa Tomei got nakey in “The Wrestler” and “Before The Devil Knows You’re Dead,” Mary-Louise Parker took it all off on “Weeds,” Diane Keaton stripped in “Something’s Gotta Give,” and Kathy Bates went sans clothes in “About Schmidt.” What’s up with these relative oldsters getting undressed for the big and little screens? [ABC News] Keep reading »