Female Hottie: Sofia Vergara
This week's female hottie is a voluptuous, buxom beauty currently starring on the comedy hit Modern Family. My first time Sofia Vergara, though, was in the movie Soul Plane, where she had a minor role as a flight attendant. Amazing how far her career has come since then, huh? She is set to either lend her voice or appear in the upcoming Smurfs movie. We haven't seen the last of Sofia, that's for sure.
Male Hottie: Sting
Sting is this week's male hottie. Point of clarification, this is the singer, not the wrestler. Sting's early rise to prominence really took off as a member of the group The Police. In 1985, though, Sting embarked on a solo career, and well, the rest is history. Aside from music, Sting also has had cameo roles in a few films and TV shows and is a member and/or founder of a number of charities and causes.
Random Hottie from a movie or TV show seen this week: Regina Hall
Regina Hall, this week's random hottie, is best known for her roles in the Scary Movie franchise and her current gig on Law & Order: Los Angeles, but she earns this spot because of her role in Death at a Funeral.
MILF: Mary Louise Parker
Mary-Louise Parker has been around for a fair amount of time, not to maker her sound old, though. She is currently starring in Weeds. Last I saw her was in the movie Saved. She is the mother of two, one of which is adopted, and has a body like that. Wow! Can we say MILF?!?
Classic/Retro Hottie: Barbara Billingsley
Yesterday, we lost a truly classy lady, as Barbara Billingsley passed away. To honor her memory, she has earned the title of this week's retro hottie. Best known as June Cleaver from the classic sitcom Leave it to Beaver, Barbara has become synonymous with the image of the doting housewife of that era. Later in her career, she appeared in the movie Airplane!, Roseanne, MY Name is Earl, and lent her voice to Nanny on Jim Henson's Muppet Babies. She will surely be missed. Thank goodness for reruns and DVDs.
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