I love my wife.  She loves Derek Jeter.  I told her, if Derek Jeter ever rings the doorbell and asks for you, I will shake his hand, get an autograph, and let him take you out on a date or more – I’ve always said, “if you’re going to leave me, at least trade up”.  Derek Jeter…yeah, “guys….she left me for Derek Jeter”….guys….”Ummm…yeah, I could see that”.   I love my wife, want her to be happy…and therefore if Derek Jeter shows up to the door, I wish her bon chance.

On the flip side…I have my list.  Men don’t exactly think like women, I don’t have to leave my wife for one of these…but I would also not have the ability to say no to any of them either.

I have had my moments with Jennifer Garner, Angelina Jolie, but I’ve moved on.  I’m finding most of the women on this list are not super young.  Maybe it’s just me getting older and finding women attractive closer to my age….who knows.  I also included an elder statesmen list of women who I’ve liked for decades and seemed to have aged extremely well.  I’m usually not into blondes, but have a couple on here.


Here they are, in no particular order:

Jennifer Love Hewitt

Recently, she’s sort of dropped off the radar, had a short stint on Criminal Minds.   She is just beautiful, and also is more of a curvy type as opposed to the bean pole type Hollywood tries to force feed to us.


Angie Harmon

From terrible Baywatch Nights to a movie with Charlie Sheen that was watchable to Abby Carmichael on Law and Order….she has been there.  Tall, thin, nice tan, smoky voice….and the only possible reason anyone, including myself, can watch Rizzoli and Isles.  The show is relative garbage and I just watch the show for the times she has to go undercover and get dressed up.


Kate Beckinsale

Whoa….this woman can just look at you a certain way and make things stir inside of you.  Then she puts on leather pants for her movies.  I first liked her in movies like Pearl Harbor….and recently haven’t seen much of her.  But if the doorbell rings – yeah…kryptonite.


Sarah Shahi

Former NFL cowboys cheerleader.  Do I have to go on??  She was in a USA legal show that was terrible, but she was fun.  She joined one of my favorite shows, Person of Interest, essentially as someone with no emotions.  Well….again, I like when they make her get dressed up and go undercover.


Priyanka Chopra

Can’t even begin to pronounce her first name.  She comes off as  whiny on ABC’s Quantico, and pretty much the only watchable thing on the show.  She is absolutely gorgeous and as a woman of Indian heritage, could make the rounds quite a bit in movies/TV for the next 2 decades for any female lead/support roles.

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DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES – DECEMBER 08: Actress Priyanka Chopra poses during a portrait session at the 8th Annual Dubai International Film Festival held at the Madinat Jumeriah Complex on December 8, 2011 in Dubai, Uned Arab Emirates. (Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images for DIFF)

Leslie Bibb

Possibly one of the weirdest situations in Hollywood.  Extremely gorgeous, also has most likely the worst agent in the business.  How so?  Here’s her IMDB page, and you can see she is around shows for some arcs, but things just don’t seem to work out.  She was Ricky Bobby’s “smoking hot wife”.  Then she was a conquest in Iron Man.  LOVED her in the short-lived “Kings”.  At 41, her best days may have been behind her for acting, as more and more roles of her type go to younger people.  I just wish (for her) she could have been give more roles….would have loved to see her more!


Alana De La Garza

Whoa again.  Anything she’s in, I watch, even if it’s unbearable.  I first noticed her in CSI Miami as Horatio’s love interest.  That story arc was troubling, at best, but she stole the screen.  She was seen for a few episodes of Scorpion this year before quitting that gig for a Criminal Minds spinoff coming after the holidays.


Charlize Theron

One of the blondes on the list.  Pretty decent range as an actress, and she gets asses in seats.  She is an all time classic beauty….


I also wanted to take note of a few honorable mentions over 50….

Elle MacPherson, Cindy Crawford, and Elizabeth Hurley…WOW!


And even some over 60???

Jane Seymour and Christy Brinkley are just timeless!