Oscar Nom and World’s Most Desired

Sorry we have been a bit behind with updates this month! We have just updated the gallery with some new photos here.

In other news… Blake has been named the world’s most desirable woman.

The 23-year-old actress – who called time on her three-year romance with ‘Gossip Girl’ co-star Penn Badgley last September – has beaten the likes of Katy Perry, Scarlett Johansson and Cheryl Cole to top the online poll of 5 million men.

Conducted by AskMen.com, the survey saw ‘Black Swan’ actress Mila Kunis – who recently split from ‘Home Alone’ star Macaulay Culkin after eight years together – voted in second place, with ‘Modern Family’s Sofia Vergara landing a third place position.

Meanwhile, supermodel Selita Ebanks and Victoria’s Secret model Miranda Kerr – who welcomed Flynn, her first child with actor husband Orlando Bloom, into the world last month – rounded off the top five.

However, those who voted Blake into the top spot are unlikely to ever see her out partying, as she recently admitted she is a “homebody” who hates going out.

She said: “I’m much more of a homebody than a person who goes out. I don’t think I’ve ever been to a club other than to see a band or if the ‘Gossip Girl’ producers are throwing an after-party specifically for us to go to, or the red carpet.

“But I have never gone out, just to go out, because I don’t really find it that fun. I like to go and listen to live music and stuff, so that’s when I’ll go out.”
A surprise late addition to this year’s Best Director Oscar nominations was announced today. One time World’s Best Paparazzo, Luigi Fanchini, has been nominated for his avant-garde biopic of the desirable Blake Lively.

Fanchini, who found international fame via taking explicit photographs of Katherine Jenkins, Kate Middleton, Cheryl Cole and Ashwarya Rai, gave up nude photography six months ago to forge a career as a Hollywood movie director.

“Voyage Round My Boudoir” is his first film. Released two weeks ago in Chicago, it soon won a huge cult gathering. Further showings in Detroit and New Orleans confirmed it’s potential to become the first recognised cinema masterpiece of 2011.

As ever, Oscar noticed this late interest. And today included the Fanchini film in the prestigious list for this years Academy award.

Starring Blake Lively, Helen Mirren and Kate Beckinsale. With a supporting cast of several hundred male extras, Voyage Round My Boudoir is the story of one night in the life of a would-be celebrity.

By all accounts it is 90 minutes of non-stop sex, filth and nudity with almost no discernible dialogue. But lots of grunting.