Olsen Twins Grace Cover of Rolling Stone

When I first saw this picture, cover shot for the September 4 issue of Rolling Stone, I reacted like a highschool kid who hadn't had sex in a year. Right in front of my computer, I said, "Oh My God! Can they get any hotter?" Can you blame me? Look at these two babes! They are simply the hottest media stars out there right now. I think what's so hot about Mary-Kate and Ashley is their supposed innocence. They haven't gone down the Britney/Christina road of pop trash. They have remained above it all and are reportedly worth $150 million each.

They have a new film coming out called New York Minute. I'm going to see it. I don't care if people look at me and say, "Dude, aren't you a little old for this movie?" Well, no guy of any age is too old to check these chicks out. And no, I'm not that old anyway.

Mary-Kate puts the desire of us all to see them this way:

"We have to take into consideration the people who want to watch us," says Mary-Kate. "And we're still going to keep those little kids happy."

And you know what? They are going to be able to do it. Strange as it is, they will continue to appeal to kids, sex-starved teenager, and 40 year old dudes like me. There, now you know how old I am and you can call me a pervert!

Sorry, I can't help myself. See more and read more here.

by Steve Hall    Aug-14-03    
Topic: Celebrity



Prediction: Charlotte Church Becomes As Popular as Britney

Charlotte Church as popular as Britney? Crazy? Maybe. But I have this feeling that she will be. If I'm wrong, I'll look stupid. If I'm right, I'll at least be able to say I said so.

Why do I say this? Well, she can sing. That always helps. She's 16 and sick of doing her operetic stuff and wants to go pop. She is starring in a movie. She's cute. She has an English accent. OK, so maybe some of those are stupid reasons.

Just remember, if it happens, you heard it here first.

BBCi: Charlotte Church makes her big screen debut

by Steve Hall    Jan- 8-03    
Topic: Celebrity, Opinion



Britney Spears on the Cover of New York Times

Yahoo! News - N.Y. Times Execs Talk News Coverage

Popular culture, meanwhile, is "the pulse of the country," and influences everything from the business world to governments overseas, Raines said, praising a recent front page story about pop idol Britney Spears. "It was about the fame machine, the economic engine that's behind it," Raines said. "Our readers are interested in reading a sophisticated exegesis of a sociological phenomenon like that."
OK...everyone...1,2,3...PULEEEEEZE! "...exegesis of a sociological phenomenon..."?

Come on. Have some honesty here. You put her on the cover because she is a scantily clad, sexy, young girl...uh...sorry...woman who happens to sing. Or rather, tries to sing. And you did it because it would sell papers.

by Steve Hall    Nov-20-02    
Topic: Celebrity








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