Sunday, June 14, 2009

Olivia Wilde in July's Maxim

Olivia Wilde covers the July issue of Maxim, baring *almost* all in a sultry, sexy, stripped down Garden of Eden style editorial. At least, that's what it says. Personally I never heard of any couches or carpet being in the Garden of Eden. If you're going to say it's the Garden of Eden the least you could do is toss her ass in the backyard or something. Throw some flowers at her. Make some shit happen. That would be like me doing an editorial lounging in a Temperpedic in my jammies and calling it "One Small Step for Man, One Giant Leap for Mankind". But you know Maxim-not really ones for the fine details.

Anyway Olivia is celebrating her current reign as the hottest hottie that ever hotted after nabbing the number one spot in the mag's annual Hot 100 List. Olivs (or Thirteen as she is often called in House) beat out Jessica Alba, Megan Fox, and a bunch of other overated, overexposed biatches, showing the world that you can be a card carrying memba of the Itty Bitty Titty Comittee and still be the baddest babe on the block. (I hope she never gets implants. She would ruin everything.)
In other news, it has just been revealed that House is the most watched show in the world with more than 81.8 million viewers in 66 countries, representing a potential 1.6 billion viewers. This all but guarantees that the medical drama will remain on the air for a long while to come. Viva la House!


Keith said...

I just don't really get into all the girls that Hollywood tells us are "It." Gimme the hot babes of the 60's and 70's any day over these bunch of bimbos.

Anonymous said...

Her body is suppose to be the garden of eden..

becauseofitall said...

How ironic given how she bitches about how the media makes young girls insecure about their own bodies.

Mrs. M. said...

I agree Keith-women are such twigs nowadays. If you are naturally thin that's one thing, but most of the actresses of today look sickly.
And good point becauseofitall! Megan Fox does the same thing-complains about how she's objectified and how people only focus on her looks. It's like, if you want people to stop objectifying you, stop posing nearly naked, moron.

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