Top 5 female celeb crushes

Now as told in the Musica! post I have a strange fascination with boobs. So I of course also have a list of celeb crushes. It changes now and again so this is just how it is right now,

1. Jennifer Lawrence
I must admit I’ve seen pretty much everything I’ve been able to get my grabby hands on containing Jennifer Lawrence. Not only is she very nice to look at she is also a Hollywood star that I can relate to in some way. She can be a bit of a derp, seen when she tripped at the Oscars, but from the interviews I’ve seen of her she just seems to be a sweet and down to earth kind of a person.

2. Emma Stone
My love for Emma Stone started with Easy A. It is one of my all time favourite films. Something about her just makes me feel all giddy inside and I want to hug her. And that smile and husky voice! And the snorking laugh. Amazing.

3. Christina Hendricks
Does she need any kind of introduction? Those of you who’ve seen Mad Men already know of the lovely curves that make up Christina Hendricks.

4. Yvonne Strahovski
Now this one is a bit more of a personal like. I have a bit of a bunny teeth thing going on and seeing Yvonne Strahovski having it too and thinking “Hey she’s pretty cute!” made my younger self realise that the only thing holding me and my bunny teeth back was myself. So now I rock them with pride.

5. Kristen Bell
I first discovered Kristen Bell years ago as a sassy private detective in the TV series Veronica Mars. I’ve kept track of her career since then. Very good for those days you just need a laugh.

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21 thoughts on “Top 5 female celeb crushes

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  2. The word for today is ‘tribadism’:

    http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=tribadism&allowed_in_frame=0

    I don’t actually fancy any celebs… fictional characters on the other hand 😉 The adventures of Alice, Wendy and Dorothy was a wonderful surprise…

    Keep it clean, Clicky…

    Phew! Good choice… from the ballet performance…

    Although there’s a great deal more than tribadism in those beautifully graphic books 😉

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Lost-Girls-Alan-Moore/dp/086166180X

    Other than that…

    https://p.dreamwidth.org/17fa2d6b980b/550406-22150/pics.livejournal.com/dauntdraws/pic/0000tgza

    Err… I wasn’t going to mention them, Clicky

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  3. I can’t say I’ve seen much of Jessica Biel, but who would complain if she insisted on them checking her boobs for evidence of silicone?

    And she seems pretty down to earth:

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  4. You Minx! A girl telling men (not just men?), that they fancy other girls is very erotic! Don’t pretend that you don’t know that! You flirt! 🙂
    However, feel free to elaborate further, any time you want to tease us…

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  5. To be honest, I’ve never really been a fan of the ideal Hollywood beauty. Much prefer ‘girl next door’ or women with a quirky feature. I used to fancy Kate Bush back in the day. Nowadays, it is Katie Perry, although I can’t think why.

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    • I have a few of here albums. She did a concert here a while back but I was too slow about buying tickets. She does have a bit of a Dita Von Teese vibe

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