LOS ANGELES – Megan Fox’s Male Co-Star Wished She Put More Clothes On, Slams Her Greasy Hair | Orlando Magic Players Rejected From Beverly Hills Hotspot | Adam Lambert Wants to 'Move On' From Discussing Sexuality, Ed Westwick Wants Johnny Depp and Lutz/McChord Call It Quits
Megan Fox’s Male Co-Star Wished She Put More Clothes On, Slams Her Greasy Hair
Michael Papajohn is the envy of all his friends having worked alongside screen stunner Megan Fox in both the "Transformers" flicks, but it seems the experience of playing her father also had quite the tortuous side.
"I can honestly tell you she's beautiful, but my buddies are still calling me and emailing me going, 'Hey, how hot is she?' and the verdict is I stayed in character the whole time," Papajohn told Tarts last week at the Palm Pre launch event at Hollywood’s Raleigh Studios. "So I just looked at her from a father's point of view and I just kept saying in my mind, ‘Oh Megan, I wish you'd put more clothes on’. But I did text my buddies back and said ‘good genes, what can I say?’"
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Papajohn jokingly said he still feels like he has "a big responsibility" to take on a protective paternal role in Fox’s real life and went as far as to say he didn’t think his "daughter" looked her best at the recent MTV Movie Awards with her grease-inspired look.
"I like her hair but I don't like it slicked back like that. I like when it's free flowing," he added. "God gave you a beautiful physique, just let it free flow, there's too much work on her hair. The tan is ok, but no more hair gel."
Orlando Magic Players Rejected From Beverly Hills Hotspot
If losing to the Lakers isn’t bad enough, Orlando Magic is also getting a taste of the bitter side of Los Angeles as two players were reportedly rejected from dining at hotspot Guys Beverly Hills at Luau on Friday evening. According to an inside source, the less-than-impressed NBA stars were turned away at the door of the Polynesian hangout because they "didn’t have a reservation and the tables were already committed."
Ouch - and not only that, they were apparently also dissed because they didn’t meet the restaurant’s "dress code."
So who was inside? Quite the star-studded posse. We’re told Guy Ritchie and Oliver Trevena were noshing with two super-hot models as well as Lance Bass, Brett Ratner and socialite Diana Jenkins had to be squeezed onto George Maloof and Leonardo DiCaprio’s table while Amanda Bynes enjoyed the festivities with her agent.
Adam Lambert Wants to 'Move On' From Discussing Sexuality, Ed Westwick Wants Johnny Depp and Lutz/McChord Call It Quits
Adam Lambert’s sexuality has been a hot topic since the start of "American Idol’ and the world can finally sleep at night knowing that he’s officially gay as revealed to the upcoming issue of Rolling Stone. But this isn’t a "coming out" for Lambert as he’s been openly gay for quite some time (just not verbally on the show) and is ready to put the buzz behind him.
"When they told me (I was getting the cover) I was floored. It’s such an honor that people want to know about me and with the Rolling Stone cover I’m going to be talking about a lot of things that people have had questions about," Lambert told Tarts at Sunday’s Hollywood Life Media’s 11th Annual Young Hollywood Awards in Santa Monica. "I hope we can move forward and all look forward to the album together."
We also caught up with "Gossip Girl’ bad boy Ed Westwick who has two men in mind for cameos on the hit CW show.
"Johnny Depp … but I guess that’d be ridiculous," he said. "But apparently there’s this guy in New York who is the real Chuck Bass, I don’t know his name but he should come on."
And it looks as though the love affair between "Twilight" hottie Kellan Lutz and "90210" babe AnnaLynne McChord is officially over as the two stood no closer than 20 feet apart for the entire evening. McCord even revealed that she’s found a new man who isn’t in the business and that she has known since childhood while Lutz has found solitude with his animals for the time being.
"I used to go out a lot when I was very new and I saw L.A. as this amazing place where all these people have fun and it’s like TV, like '90210' that kind of life," he told Tarts. "But I have more fun just hanging out at home, with my dog and my roommates just playing board games, I’m boring."