On FH, 12 Days began back in 2009. I did a piece featuring the hot hunks from the Kristin Chenoweth TV movie The 12 Men of Christmas. I hadn't seen the movie when I did the piece, I hadn't really seen any holiday movies on Lifetime or Hallmark. I thought I hated them, my mom watched them all the time and I avoided seeing any for a very long time.
I continued the theme however, as I did love Christmas movies, and holiday hunks. I'm not sure which movie changed by mind, but I've grown to sort of love/hate Hallmark during the holidays. The movies have a formula for sure, they're predictable, corny, but also oddly comforting. This has been especially true for me give some changes in my personal life, not to mention the political shitstorm that has overshadowed the last few years....
I am sort of looking forward to turning on the Hallmark channel this month, the only time of year really that I have it on. I don't always sit down and actually watch, but most of the movies are written to be followed even as background noise. I haven't had a chance to catch any of their Autumn series of movies, but there was one Harvest Hunk I wanted to re-shine the spotlight on. Check him (and his incredible bubble butt...) on PAGE 2 HERE:
I'm usually about two or three episodes behind with most of the television shows that I watch. I've struggled a bit with How to Get Away With Murder, but given it's in it's final season, decided to stick with it. Glad that I did, in addition to the ultra hot Rome Flynn, the story has picked up as the series heads to it's finale. Last week, while watching the forth episode of the season, a familiar face came across the screen.
I knew that I was familiar with the actor, but I needed to check IMDB base just to be sure. Yes indeed, the hottie joining Oliver and Connor (Conrad Ricamora and Jack Falahee) for a threesome, was Glee's Dijon Talton. If you're a fan of Glee you'll remember Dijon (Matt) joined the show early in the first season as part of the football team in the episode Preggers.
The episode became a favorite not only as it introduced Matt and Mike (Harry Shum Jr) to the show, it also featured Kurt's rendition of Single Ladies with the school's football team. I always felt a bit bad for both Dijon and Matt. Although Harry remained with the show for a few more seasons,
I Hate The World (HTGAWM)
Matt was written out in season 2 to make room for the additions of Chord Overstreet and Darren Chris. While on the show, Matt was a regular part of New Direction, and was in all of the groups big musical numbers. Glad to ssee Dijon back on TV, and looking hotter than ever!
Sarah Bloom, an up and coming wedding planner in New York, is hired to plan the most anticipated wedding of the season. However, she learns the bride is from Sarah’s home town of Williamstown, Massachusetts, and wants her wedding on the family farm, which is now being run by the bride’s older brother – who is also Sarah’s first love.
I've love Victor Webster since first seeing him on the cover of Playgirl Magazine back in 2000. The Canadian actor and model didn't initially set out to be famous, in fact he was working as a stockbroker and importer / exporter before appearing in a special 1998 'All About Men' issue of Cosmopolitan magazine.
Although he'd done a few small parts, it was after being noticed in the magazine, that acting offers began to come in. The following year Webster was cast as Nicholas Alamain on Days of Our Lives. Webster kept busy guesting on TV shows, including 2000's TV movie, The Chippendales Murders.
Playgirl, January 2000
One of his most popular guest roles was a 2003 episode of Sex in the City. Webster's guest spot as Chip finally gave fans a chance to get a good look at his spectacular bubble butt! Unfortunately, we've haven't seen it again as Webster's kept his pants mostly up