Pictured: Carly Baker, Chloe Cummings, Gemma Atkinson, Jorgie Porter, Keeley Hazell, Laura Whitmore, Rosie Jones
The FHM Sexiest Women Awards 2013 was held at the Sanderson hotel in London. We’ve already posted Georgia Salpa, Helen Flanagan and Gemma Merna, and some random guest so here goes the rest of the fashionable attendees who walked the red carpet. Helen Flanagan ranked as the top UK celebrity on the list at number three overall with Mila Kunis at number one and Rihanna at number two. Numbers four through ten went like this: Michelle Keegan, Kelly Brook, Kaley Cuoco, Pixie Lott, Kate Upton, Cheryl Cole, and Georgia Salpa. To find out the full list, the June issue hits UK newsstands today.
So wait a minute, Keeley thinks that moving to L.A. becoming a Hollywood star will keep men from objectifying her?
The Page 3 model moved out to Los Angeles a few years ago in pursuit of her dreams of becoming an actress. Sadly, it hasn’t been that easy especially when you consider all the dirtbags directors, producers, agents & actors who’ve probably promised her a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, but as always achieving something big will never be easy. I gotta give Keeley major props for dropping the modeling gig & jumping ship to something new b/c it’s never easy to screw a steady paycheck for something completely unpredictable. Our only tip: Every man has a weakness, even the very powerful ones, so go get em, Keeley!!
In their interview, FHM asked Keely how she ended up back in the magazine after all these years?
Keeley answers: I guess I wanted to say, ‘Hey, I’m still alive, but I’ve moved on.’ I didn’t want to turn my back on my fans and modelling past as I made the transition from model to actor.
FHM: Is this comeback for good? Will we be seeing a lot more of Keeley int eh future?
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Wow, what the fuck happens to Keeley Hazell’s sense of style when she hits the red carpet? Let’s just say it’s somewhat confusing (ok, ok VERY CONFUSING) when you compare her ultra-conservative red carpet appearances to all the delicious photo shoots that have made her famous. There has to be consistency, damn it! Long story short, Keeley needs to show the rack on the red carpet!
As for Jennifer Love Hewitt, she’s working what she has left, so good for her! So, is that dude her new man or what? Dude, J.Love needs to find her some deeply networked Hollywood big dogg (preferably a Jewish-flavored one) & call it a career. Why bother jumping from tugboat to tugboat, when you can be cruising the French Riviera on a luxury yacht? Chop-Chop, J.Love!
And finally, here’s more about the film “Like Crazy,” which stars Anton Yelchin, Felicity Jones and Jennifer Lawrence and hits theaters this Friday (October 28):
Yelchin and Jones play Jacob and Anna, college students in Los Angeles who become a couple. Anna is a British exchange student who overstays her visa after it expires on graduation. She returns home to London, and when she flies back to Los Angeles she is turned away by customs officials, throwing the couple into a long-distance relationship. [Source]
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The Help is the movie adaptation of the novel by Kathryn Stockett. The movie stars Emma Stone, Mike Vogel, Bryce Dallas Howard, Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer, and Allison Janney. It opens in theaters today. For more information, visit The Help official website.
Aibileen Clark (Viola Davis) is a middle-aged African-American maid who has spent her life raising white children and has recently lost her only son. Minny Jackson (Octavia Spencer) is an African-American maid whose outspokenness has gotten her fired many times and built up a reputation for being a difficult employee. Eugenia “Skeeter” Phelan (Emma Stone) is a young white woman who has recently moved back home after graduating from the University of Mississippi  to find that her beloved childhood maid has mysteriously disappeared. These three stories intertwine to explain how life in early-1960s’ Jackson, Mississippi revolves around “the help”; yet despite the intimate quarters in which whites and blacks live, there is always a certain distance between them because of racial lines. [Wiki]