Nastia Liukin. Why not? She's the Olympic All-Around Gymnastics Champion, a Subway Ad girl, and on magazine covers. She seems to handle the fame well, and she'll get attention every four years for life. Besides that, she's stunning.
Eva Longoria. The newly single Eva is not just attractive, but also a ridiculously success actress in recent years. I guess the downside is an ex-husband basketball player that would whip most dudes.
Maria Sharapova. Back in the day, Anna Kornikova (sp?) was a major star tennis playing woman, but she never won. Maria Sharapova isn't just a star, she's also really good, Russian, and seemingly very intelligent.
Lindsay Lohan. Crazy? Maybe she is. She exemplifies the look of an attractive Long Island girl, a weakness to me. She'll still find work awaiting her in Hollywood if she ever gets past her issues, and the press loves to cover her. I like attention, so I'm game. As for her last real relationship being with a woman, well hey, she seems to not discriminate on those criteria.
Shawn Johnson. She has an Olympic Gold Medal on the Balance Beam, something I think is about as difficult as it gets. She's won dancing with the stars. She's attractive. She's marketed herself great. And oh yeah, it sounds like she wants to be in the 2012 London Olympics. Guess who wants to go to London?
Christina Aguilera. Every time I say something bad about Pittsburgh, her face pops up in my mind, and I apologize to whoever is there. Recently divorced, still amazing looking, and with a voice to die for, I'm a huge fan of Pride of Pittsburgh.
Britney Spears. Yeah sure, she's been a little wild. And? She's got a great career yet, and just about every girl envies her. Why not?
Erin Andrews. She's famous for being an ESPN reporter. And look at her. She also seems pretty serious about her job. I mean, honestly, what's not to like?
Scarlett Johansson. Objectively speaking, she's kind of a perfect match. Attractive, famous, rich, and liberal- what else can I ask for? In all honesty, who'd complain at all about her?