Sunday, December 19, 2010

Eye Candy 12/19

Female Hottie: Olivia Wilde

Those of you that watch House probably are more than well acquainted with this weeks female hottie, Olivia Wilde. Last year, she was named hottest woman. I believe it was FHM that gave her that title, but I could be mistaken. Aside from her House duties, she has also appeared in a few movies such as Year One, The Girl Next Door and can currently be seen in Tron Legacy.

Male Hottie: Georges St-Pierre

This week's male hottie, is not an actor, though he may have appeared in a few small projects making cameos here and there, but rather he is a UFC fighter. Georges St-Pierre holds multiple black belts in various forms of martial arts, as well as his numerous UFC titles.

Random Hottie from a movie or TV show seen this week: Charisma Carpenter

Raise you hand if you have any clue who this week's random hottie is. Chances are, unless you're a big fan of direct-to-DVD movies, you probably have no clue. If you were a fan of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel, where she starred as Cordelia, then you know who Charisma Carpenter is. She was last seen in a couple episodes of Legend of the Seeker and had a role in last summer's The Expendables.

MILF: Nia Long

This week's MILF is one of those actresses that has an extensive resume, but not really any roles that would gain her instant fame. Her biggest jobs were as Lisa on The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, Debbie in Friday and Brandi in Boyz N the Hood. For the first half of the first season, her voice could have been heard as the voice of Roberta on The Cleveland Show. Currently, she has nothing in the works, but spending time with her 10 year old son, but that's sure to change before we even realize it.

Classic/Retro Hottie: Heather Locklear

This week's retro hottie, like last week's, seems to not age. Heather Locklear has been steaming up the screen for nearly 3 decades now, and yet she doesn't look much older than she does in that picture right there. She was last seen on-screen in the ill-fated remake of Melrose Place. I'm sure she'll bless us with her presence again, soon, though.

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