If you remember former child star JAMIE BELL who played an 11-year-old ballet dancer wannabe in “Billy Elliot…Hollywood rumors are thinking he may be a sex addict. It’s either that or he’s desperate to sell that kind of image to the public…
The English actor, who’s all grown up to the ripe old age of 25, has starred in other films after “Billy Elliot”, including “King Kong”, “Flags of Our Fathers”, the title role of “Hallam Foe” for which he received a BAFTA nomination for best actor, “Jumper” with Hayden Christiansen, the critically acclaimed “Defiance” with Daniel Craig, and the soon to be released “The Adventures of TinTin”, again with Daniel Craig…
But one thing about Jamie Bell has made us do a double-take, and that’s his seeming obsession with women’s cootchies. Check out his interview with British GQ:
GQ: What’s the best way to impress a woman?
Jamie Bell: Buy her flowers? Take her home on the weekend to meet your mother? No. Let’s cut to the primal – be good in the sack. [Slaps thighs] Have an understanding of what’s going on down there and have fun, awesome sex.
GQ: What’s the best piece of advice you’ve ever received?
JB: [Collapses into laughter] That is a good question. The best piece of advice I ever received was “Don’t f*ck your publicist.” Russell Crowe told me that. It’s probably a smart move. [Both of his publicists are now in the room, attempting to bring the interview to a close]
GQ: What skill should every man have?
JB: Skill? You know what I’m going to say. A man should have a good understanding of a v*gina. He should be good at oral sex. On a woman.
GQ: You do realise you’ve got another publicist standing right behind you?
JB: I don’t care. A skill a man should have? Making fires and pleasing a woman. In the v*ginal area.
We’re thinking maybe Jamie Bell‘s a late bloomer and has probably just discovered he has raging hormones that should’ve peaked at age 18. And he’s making up for lost time by obsessing about the different ways to pleasure and get pleasure out of an…uhrm…woman’s happy place.
So…uh…go Jamie Bell! And good luck!
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