He’s the super-hot guy in Britney’s “Perfume” video. According to Swoonworthy, he’s a 28-year-old Norwegian model-cum-actor who’s starred in campaigns for Emporio Armani, John Varvatos, and Ermanno Scervino. Yum. And if you like what you see in the “Perfume” video, check out the slightly naked pic of him here. Or just Google Image him, MY GOD, the things you see!
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If you missed Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday night, then you missed Andy Cohen telling Jimmy what they did with Lady Gaga’s pee after she peed in a garbage can in her dressing room when she was on WWHL on September 11th. Sidebar: What is wrong with a toilet? He made a PA find a “recipe” on how to preserve it and they put it in a pretty bottle and made it into perfume. Andy said, “So, we have it in a pretty bottle. I know, it’s kind of gross, but that is a pop culture artifact, if you ask me. That is going to be worth something.” I know a shit ton of little monsters who would give an actual kidney for that.
The One Direction ad for the band’s perfume, Our Moment, is a wonderful thing indeed. But the music is sure to have Austrians plotzing over the wonderment of this new and exciting song.
Let’s just put it this way: The boys get three dollars for every bottle sold and in the first week alone in the UK they’ve sold over half a million dollars’ worth. This is the way to make it happen, work it any way you can while you can because it won’t last forever. You can, if you would like to, get it pretty much everywhere you look.
If you’ve ever fantasized about making out with super-hot super-twink Francisco Lachowski at a rave on a beach – and who among us hasn’t? – today is your lucky day. Jean-Baptiste Mondino directed the Brazilian supermodel in an ad for Cacharel’s new perfume, Amor Amor in a Flash, and he’s everything you dreamed about and more. And who knew Cacharel was still around? I remember I had a pair of Cacharel jeans in the 9th grade and it was a HUGE scandal when I wore them to school, because apparently BOYS didn’t wear Cacharel jeans. BOYS wore Calvin Klein, if they wore designer jeans at ALL. (Some wore Sergio Valenté, but that meant you were poor). This was the early ’80s, when designer jean culture REALLY MATTERED, of course, and my Cacharel jeans were basically my coming out announcement to the school. I wore them with pride even as I was pelted with spitballs. So, um, yay Cacharel? (via FranciscoLachowski)