Female Hottie: Keshia Knight Pullium
Our first hottie for this week is one of my very first crushes. Keshia Knight Pullium is best known as Rudy Huxtable, the adorable youngest child from The Cosby Show. After the show ended Keshia disappeared from the spotlight, save for a couple of made-for-TV movies, like Polly, so she could focus on school. In 2004 she made her return in the music video for rapper Chingy's "One Call Away" and starred in Beauty Shop with Queen Latifah. Today, she can be seen starring in the TBS comedy Tyler Perry's House of Payne.
Male Hottie: Paul Walker
Paul Walker has been around for quite awhile, but may best be known for his roles in the Fast & Furious franchise. He has also starred in moves such as Pleasantville, She's All That, Into the Blue, Varsity Blues, and more recently, Takers (coming out in August). He has also appeared in television hits such as Highway to Heaven, Charles in Charge, Who's the Boss?, The Young and the Restless, and Touches By an Angel. This guy has had a career, huh? I'm sure there are more than a few ladies out there clamoring for more of this guy.
Random Hottie from a movie or TV show seen this week: Mindy Kaling
This week's random hottie comes to us from Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, but Mindy Kaling can be seen weekly on the American version of The Office. Aside from being a great comedic actress, she also has written a few episodes. Here's hoping we get to see more of her soon.
MILF: Robyn Lively
This week's MILF is perhaps best known for her work as a child star in the 80s, with movies such as Teen Witch and Karate Kid, part III. These days this mother of 3 has a recurring role on Saving Grace and has appeared on Cold Case. It's a shame we don't hear more from her, though.
Classic/Retro Hottie: Rue McClanahan
This week we lost our classic hottie. Rue McClanahan is best known as Blanche Devereaux (my favorite) on The Golden Girls. Many forget she had a career before then, though, starring in shows such as Maude with Bea Arthur (she took over the role Lucille Ball made famous on the big screen), Another World, Gimme a Break, Mama's Family and countless others. Her last TV role was a guest spot on Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns in December. On the big screen she didn't have as much success but did appear in a few films such as They Might Be Giants, Annabelle's Wish, The Unholy Choice, Starship Troopers, and The Fighting Temptations. She will be missed.
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