Alec Baldwin was at a gala celebrating 30 years of PETA where he talked about the evils of wearing fur as a thinly-veiled excuse to say that he really wants to see Blake Lively naked. Digital Spy reports:
“These younger girls, whether they get naked or not, are the biggest stars, who are the role models,” he told E! News. “I’m a big fan of [Blake Lively]. I think she’s a really really gorgeous woman, very stylish. These are the ones who have all the influence.” Subtly referring to the troubled Mean Girls star, Baldwin added: “There are certain people who, I won’t name, but they are in and out of rehab, they’re getting arrested for drug use and they’re twittering about their drug problem – it’s a shame. I think those people had a real opportunity to fill a certain role in society and they didn’t necessarily step up, but those that are I think it’s a great thing if they get involved with anti-fur or anti-animal testing.”
Although Alec Baldwin supports PETA and is a raging psychopath in real life, he had the greatest cameo in movie history so he will always get a pass from me. You know who doesn’t get a pass from me? Steve Smith. Or from any quarterback on his team. Mainly because John Fox thinks the Panthers are playing in leather helmets and that a draw play on 3rd & 8 is a good idea. If I ever saw the Panthers line up in a 5 wide formation, I’d look like a squirrel who was just handed a pencil and asked to solve the Poincaré conjecture.
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