Kenny Wormald is a man with moves. You’ll know this dancer/actor better as the Kevin Bacon filler in the ‘Footloose‘ remake, soon to be out October 14.
You can tell Wormald has had years of dance experience just by looking at his sculpted pecs. He started classes at age 6 when his mom caught him grooving to a New Kids on the Block video. Since then, he’s been named Teen Mr. Dance of New England, starred in tons of music videos and even danced at the VMAs.
Check out more of his moves after the jump before seeing him grind up on Julianne Hough on the big screen.
Today’s hunk has us looking to New Zealand, where we find actor Marton Csokas. He’s of Irish, Danish and Hunkgarian descent. (Oops, Freudian slip.)
Csokas, 45, is a ruggedly good-looking hottie. He’s played a manly elf in ‘The Lord of the Rings,’ a knight in ‘Kingdom of Heaven,’ a villain in ‘Aeon Flux,’ and an available bachelor in real life. It doesn’t get more appealing than that.
Hottie Sebastian Stan is a man of many gifts. Exhibit one, the death stare. Exhibit two, the tennis stance (wearing leather boots, we might mention). Exhibit three, the winning smile. And exhibit four, the fun personality.
‘Modern Family’ ruled the 2011 Emmys — the ABC comedy took home the first four awards of the evening, including Outstanding Supporting Actor and Actress in a Comedy Series and, later in the night, winning Outstanding Comedy Series.
Jane Lynch opened the 63rd Emmy Awards with a song and dance number that took the audience through the world of television, reimagined as an inner-city apartment building housing all the top TV shows.
Lynch walked through scenes of hit series like ‘Mad Men‘ (where she was asked to leave the room when she informed Don Draper that in 50 years people would be fast-forwarding through commercials) and ‘The Big Bang Theory’ (where she learned that not all jokes merit canned laughter).
We’re in absolute love with British actor Sam Riley. Though we don’t endorse many of his actions — smoking, sulking, being too skinny, being married — he’s completely won us over. The hollow-cheeked hunk has an almost haunting beauty which directly causes us to watch (on repeat) clips of him on YouTube.
Ah, a man with a hammer. Carpenter Carter Oosterhouse (and part-time Nautica model) stars in two shows on HGTV – ‘Red Hot & Green,’ a program about eco-friendly design, and ‘Carter Can,’ where he helps homeowners through seemingly impossible home improvement dilemmas. Full disclosure: We watch the shows mainly to gawk at Oosterhouse’s unbelievable hotness.
What’s not to love about Labor Day? A long weekend, BBQs and parades — really, no responsibilities except for having a great time and toasting the end of summer. But what exactly does Labor Day celebrate?
Thank you, BBC America, for bringing us the miniseries The Hour, starring the broodingly good-looking Ben Whishaw as Freddie. He hails from Bedfordshire, which to our American ear sounds incredibly ye olde worlde exotic.
Ever given a five-year-old with an iPad a dirty look? Silently tsk tsk-ed in your head? Hold onto your judgment for a minute – they're not all playing Angry Birds. In fact, there are tons of apps out there that are all about learning. Here, we round up the best in
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