People Mag have crowned the Australian actor Chris Hemsworth as this year’s ‘Sexiest Man Alive’. Hemsworth was an early – and eye-poppingly rapid – adopter of spornosexuality. If the montage below grabbed from the interweb is to be believed, Chris made the transformation from svelte soap opera metrosexual to hench Hollywood spornosexual in just a year. The creatine he was taking must have had, er, super powers.
So said an ageing Lord Henry Wotton to the golden (and soon to be) ageless Dorian Gray.
Perhaps it’s Madge overload, but I completely missed this rather catching ‘Beautiful Killer’ tribute to the very fetching Swiss-French actor Alain Delon that she included on her 2012 MDNA album. This YouTube compilation of breathtaking Alain Delon moments reminds us of how preposterously pretty the young Monsieur Delon was. He makes Johnny Depp look almost plain. Even laid out on the cover of The Smiths’ The Queen is Dead he looks ravishing. Truly, an immortal. Tip: Jason R
I recently chanced upon this clip of Rod Stewart singing (or lip-synching) ‘The Killing of Georgie Parts I & II’ on a late-night BBC4 re-run of a Top of the Pops from 1976. I was completely transfixed. Not by nostalgia though, for a change. Bizarrely, scandalously I don’t recall seeing or even hearing this well-known classic before. I have a bit of a blind spot about Rod Stewart. As a kid I hated ballads. They were bor-ing. Like the kissy-wissy bits in films. And by the time […]
Are men the new women? I’ve always avoided using that line until now. As the (hetero)sexual division of labour and loving and looking continues to fall apart, men are the new everything. Just as women are. But in the last few months we’ve been told men now take longer getting ready than women, mercifully deleting at a stroke most of the material of stand-ups like John Bishop. We’ve also been told that gents are more likely to take travel irons, hairdryers and straighteners on holiday […]