Not many of you were fans of last week's Battle of the Celeb Sex Tape Babes (perhaps you all went to look up Tulisa after learning about her, perhaps not). Even fewer people seemed to be fans of Diaz & Segel, wholeheartedly rejecting their movie into a 4th place opening spot, making less than half what BAD TEACHER did in its opening weekend 3 years ago. While the STEP UP movies haven't had as auspicious beginnings (each movie has made progressively less in their opening weekends, with every movie released 2 years apart), it doesn't have THAT big of a difference in its overall numbers. (Nor as expensive of a cast to pay.) It made me think about how dance movies are, for the most part, cheap but satisfying thrills. So let's look at those babes this week.
Before she was married, before she (allegedly) got the herpes from Jeter, before so many life-altering moments in the history of Jessica Alba's life, she was dancing her way through HONEY, looking to make her dreams come true as a music video choreographer. Alba would later go on to dance again for SIN CITY, keeping more clothing on a stripper than as the street smart rumpshaker here.
You could have caught her on "Dancing with the Stars" if you really wanted to watch Julianne Hough shake her money maker but it was the literal red (re)booted role of Ariel in 2011's version of FOOTLOOSE that propelled her into so much more than just shaking it with has beens and never-really-weres. Daisy dukes never looked so good.
Why not throw in a potential dance ringer and include the creepy ballerina that would see Oscar gold for Natalie Portman. Aronofsky likes to push his ladies to the limit, whether it's butt-f*cking a double ended dildo or getting their girl-on-girl fantasies satisfied with Mila Kunis. Rough work.
Which babe would you most like to get a private dance from: Jessica, Julianne or Natalie?-span>