If you follow this blog, than you know I've mentioned Olivia Wilde quite a bit. I'm not the only one, though. Even Megan Fox proclaimed this about Olivia Wilde:
I don’t want it to come off as a Lindsay Lohan vibe. You know? Are you going to push an ‘Is she a lesbian’ angle? Oh man, you are going to do that to me… Look, I’m not a lesbian — I just think that all humans are born with the ability to be attracted to both sexes. I mean, I could see myself in a relationship with a girl — Olivia Wilde is so sexy she makes me want to strangle a mountain ox with my bare hands. She’s mesmerizing. And lately I’ve been obsessed with Jenna Jameson, but… Oh boy.
And with that, here is my Tribute to the hotness that is Olivia Wilde. First, the articles dedicated to Olivia Wilde:
About Olivia Wilde from Maxim...
Birthday: March 10, 1984
Born: New York City, New York
How You Know Her: Presently starring on House M.D.; got bloodied in Turistas; got catty on The O.C.; and was just plain sexy in The Girl Next Door—where she spent a month on set before finally joining the cast. Pretty much the same strategy we used to get hired here.
Hungry Like a Fox: “Once, in Australia, I ate 33 pancakes in 20 minutes... I won against these giant men, and they were convinced I was cheating. Guys have some sort of sick fascination with girls who can eat.” –Women's Health
We may not know a McDreamy from a McNugget, but when it comes to TV doctors, there is only one who makes our body temperature rise. The pulse-quickening internist played by Olivia Wilde on House, M.D. is named Thirteen (which we presume is out of 10) and has a terminal illness that causes her to dabble in drugs and casual sex. (That's how we want to go!) But we were drooling over this N.Y.C. native long before she was injected into Fox's hit medical drama. Roles on small-screen faves The Black Donnellys and The O.C. introduced Olivia to the world, but it's her prehistoric part in this month's Year One that will put her on top of it. As the object of Cro-Magnon lust in the Judd Apatow-produced, Harold Ramis-directed, Jack Black-starring comedy, Olivia will surely knock moviegoers back to the Stone Age. Ugh!