When Junk Doesn’t Mean Trash

Matt Bomer at HFP Press Conference Oct 2011

Oh my dear readers, words can not begin to describe how much I love this man, Mr Matthew Bomer!  He is always so polite to everyone and never says a bad word about anything or anyone.  He is quite simply, according to everyone I know who has met him, every bit the gentleman.  And we all lust after him.  My best friend recently called him “the thing” and when I asked her why, her response was “Look at him! He is too perfect to be human!”

So of course, like all Matt Bomer fans, I was just a bit more than excited when I heard he had been cast, without need for an audition (though what I wouldn’t do to get my hands on that audition tape!), by Steven Soderbergh to be one of the stars of a new movie he was directing called Magic Mike about the tales of a group of male strippers, my heart skipped a beat, then started beating way too fast 🙂

Despite the fact Mr Bomer is currently promoting his new film, In Time, in which he only appears briefly before he meets his “untimely” demise (pun intended), interviewers could not resist the temptation to ask him about his experiences playing a male stripper on Magic Mike.  And who can blame them when stories about g-string wearing and tearaway clothes are discussed?  This is undoubtedly the funniest, and most fun, interview I have seen in a long time.  In case you don’t know the meaning of “junk” in this instance, you might want to look it up (hint: it has nothing to do with garbage!).  Also, the “thong” mentioned in the video is not for your feet…

OK I just had to share this with you because I know I have been neglecting my writing duties on this blog for the past three weeks (I promise you I have been writing – my next White Collar fanfic and a couple of TV reviews for LenaLamoray.com).  I will have something deeper and more meaningful again on this site soon (but in the meantime, are you really going to have a problem with this post? 🙂 ).


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