You may not recognize today’s “Crush” at first glance, but we’re pretty sure you’ve seen her before. Actress Alexa Vega, who tweeted the steamy Instagram pic of her buxom body seen above, was the star of Robert Rodriguez’s original 2001 ‘Spy Kids’ movie. Yep, that’s right – little Carmen Cortez has blossomed into a 23-year-old super hottie.
Former teen starlet and Disney Channel moppet Selena Gomez is all growns up. The singer-actress-Bieber arm candy celebrated her twentieth birthday with fans on stage at yesterday’s celebration of all things loud and annoying, the Teen Choice Awards.
Anyone looking to see Gomez party a little harder will have to wait for the upcoming i
Today we’re crushing on Marion Cotillard, the other super hot and super talented actress co-starring in this week’s new comic book movie release, ‘The Dark Knight Rises.’ (We understand why that other girl may be getting a little more attention, what with the skin tight leather catsuit and all.)
It’s been a while since we’ve stopped to praise Olivia Munn, the former G4 ‘Attack of the Show’ co-host turned TV and movie actress. But we haven’t forgotten about Munn, who has been charming us with her role as a sexy and sharp news show correspondent on HBO’s ‘The Newsroom.’ (And I don’t think we’ll ever be able to forget that time she dressed up as Slave Leia.)
We were crushing on Claire Danes back in the ‘90s, when ‘My So-Called Life’ premiered and taught us that TV could tell compelling and realistic stories about teens (and that not every high school on TV had to look like Bayside High). And guess what? We’re still crushing on Danes after all these years.
Former ‘High School Musical’ actress and singer-actress Ashley Tisdale is proving her crush-worthiness this week with a string of revealing bikini pics that are spreading across the net faster than ‘Chocolate Rain.’
Fans went wild for ‘Doctor Who’ star Karen Gillan last weekend at the San Diego Comic-Con. The Scottish actress, who plays the red-hot Amy Pond on the BBC sci-fi series, appeared with co-stars Matt Smith, Arthur Darvill and show runner Steven Moffat at the yearly celebration of all things geek.
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