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Channing Tatum Is People Magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive

Your heard it here last week, y’all.


So we found out last week through a leak that Channing Tatum would be crowned People magazine’s The Sexiest Man Alive.” I personally have no problem with that, but I’ve heard Channy called everything from “potato face” to “completely undeserving,” so there are a lot of feelings involved here. The Ryan Gosling stans are still mad, and maybe rightfully so, but there are many other men that made this year’s list.

Blake Shelton

The Voice’ coach Blake Shelton makes the cut this year. His wife Miranda Lambert calls him “very caring and loyal”, which is pretty sexy to me.

Chris Hemsworth

Sadly, ‘Thor‘ star Chris Hemsworth isn’t shirtless here. His career has been blowing up lately, but we might skip the remake of ‘Red Dawn,’ even though he looks pretty hot in it.

Oh, Richard Gere

Richard Gere is the oldest guy on the list, and a former “Sexiest Man Alive.”

Mr. Washington

The second oldest, Denzel Washington has also held the title. I hope some of the younger guys on this list age as well as they do.



Not many people had heard of Oscar Pistorius before the 2012 Summer Olympics, but he caught our eye even if maybe I spent more time drooling over some other Olympians.

Oh, HEY Paul Rudd…


Can you believe that Paul Rudd is 43?! Seems like just yesterday we were being jealous that Cher Horowitz got to make out with her ex-step bro on that staircase.

Rod Stewart is Telling Us What We Want to Know In His New Autobiography


Spin has a positive take on Rod: The Autobiography, a new memoir by the 67 year old British rocker.

Calling Stewart’s book “a fun rollicking read” the music magazine compares it favorably to the recent autobiographical offerings of fellow musicians Neil Young and Pete Townshend.

The Forever Young singer dishes about the inspiration of “Maggie May”, his 1971 hit. When he was 16 years old and attending a Jazz Fest in London Stewart says:

I lose my by then not remotely prized virginity to an older (and larger) woman who has come on to me very strongly in the beer tent…”

He also talks about his fear that nasally ingesting cocaine would damage his voice and how he got around that worry:

So we started buying anticold capsules from the chemist’s, separating the two halves of the capsules, replacing their contents with a pinch of cocaine, and then taking the capsules anally, where, of course, the human body being a wonderful thing, they would dissolve effortlessly into the system.

Last but not least, Stewart addresses one of the biggest pre-internet rumors EVER, that after a night in a gay bar in San Diego, he had to have his semen filled stomach pumped. He explains this was a vicious lie started by a disgruntled ex-manager, and says:

I have never orally pleasured even a solitary sailor…And I have never had my stomach pumped, either of naval-issue semen nor of any other kind of semen.”

Now we just need Richard Gere to pin the gerbil rumor on Sylvester Stallone and we’re good.

Rod: The Autobiography is available at Amazon.