Sports host & reporter Melanie Collins was definitely the standout among all attendees at last night’s Major League Baseball’s All Star Bash, which was presented by jointly MLB.com, Delta and Nivea. And, I think this goes without saying, but Alyssa Milano is officially back to hitting it out of the park once again as she was also looking amazing on the red carpet.
The annual MLB All-Star game goes down tomorrow at Citi Field in Queens (7:30PM, FOX). And don’t forget about tonight’s Home Run Derby on ESPN (8PM). Here’s a selection of a few other attendees at the event.
Every straight man’s worst enemy Andrej Pejic once again put on his hottie suit & not only made unsuspecting, straight men feel guilty for hitting on him, but also planted the evil seed of doubt in their minds about their own sexuality. It’s very sad, but that’s the reality when you’re the world’s most famous androgynous model. I have to admit, if Andrej Pejic had his own reality show, I’d probably tune into a few episodes just to catch those countless daily “GOTCHA!! I’MMA MAN!!” moments as he runs his daily errands & gets hit on by sugar daddies in big cities across the globe. For those of you who want to see more of Andrej, check it here.
Thankfully, Andrej was the only notable androgynous model in attendance at last night’s Belvedere (RED) party held at Bagatelle in New York City. Jessica White was our personal favorite, but you bastards might dig one of the others. Check our favorites below:
Cosmopolis is the upcoming film starring Robert Pattinson, directed by David Cronenberg, based on the novel by Don DeLillo. Given Team Edward’s recent headlines with Kristen Stewart’s infidelity, odds are this film will gain some interest as Robert makes his promotional rounds. The film was released in Canada back in June so it’s likely available for illegal download, not like we’d ever condone such an act but for those in the US, look for the film to hit theaters on August 17th. For more info, visit the Cosmopolis official website.
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Pictured: Sarah Gadon, Savannah Wise, Sharmone Jardim, Zoe Lister-Jones
Billionaire Eric Packer (Pattinson) rides slowly across Manhattan in his limousine that he uses as his office while on his way to his preferred barber, even though there are traffic jams. They are caused by a visit of the president of the United States and by the funeral of Eric’s favourite musician, whose music he plays in one of his two private elevators. He has recently married. In the car and elsewhere, he has meetings with his wife, who does not want sex with him, to save energy that she needs for her work. Instead, he has sex with other women. In his car, while having a meeting, he has his doctor carry out his daily medical checkup; Eric worries about the doctor’s finding that he has an asymmetrical prostate. After devastating currency speculation, he kills his bodyguard and follows a path of further self-destruction, including visiting his potential murderer and deliberately shooting himself in the hand. [Wiki]
while thinking about eating a Bastardly Certified lunch by Moe6
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Star and producer Will Arnett was on hand last night for the 2012 Tribeca premiere of his movie Mansome in which he and Jason Bateman explore all the secret male beautifying tricks that the nation’s best salons and spas have to offers. Also on hand were the effortlessly beautiful Doutzen Kroes and Angela Martini. Wonder if they showed up to tell Arnett what it really means to be beautiful? The film also stars Paul Rudd, Zach Galifianakis, Adam Carolla, Judd Apatow – not exactly Hollywood hottest men, are they?
UPDATE: Adds of a few of the ladies that attended…
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Pictured: Eliza Dushku, Doutzen Kroes, Coco Rocha, Angela Martini
Jeff, Who Lives at Home doesn’t star any of the ladies above but rather Jason Segel and Ed Helms alongside Susan Sarandon and Judy Greer. The two leading men star as brothers where one is still living in the basement of his parents’ house (Segel) while the other is dealing with a failed marriage (Helms). Look for it in theaters on March 16th. For more info, visit the Jeff, Who Lives at Home official website.