I was thinking, since Mr. Armitage has hit the big time
with Captain America and The Hobbit, he really doesn't need us.
So, I have created a list of possible candidates that could use an "Army" of fans.
(If these guys don't turn you into a weak kneed fan gurrl, not sure who can.)
Here my recommendations in no particular order:
Ian Somerhalder plays Damon Salvatore on The Vampire Diaries.
He is a def "Baddie" with a soft side. I personally wouldn't mind if he took a bite outta me.
And this guy has the smirking thing down. He even gives our man a run for his $.
Jon Hamm plays Don Draper on Mad Men.
This character is so damaged it is almost beautiful. He could stir my martini anytime.
Another bonus, he can rock those vintage suits.
Matt Bomer plays Neal Caffery on White Collar.
He is the suave and sophisticated con-man who speaks French too.
This guy could con a nun out of her panties. All I have to say is oh là là.
Eric Balfour plays Duke Crocker on Haven.
He's got the nose, he's got the tall dark and handsome thing going along with a
questionable moral compass. What else can a girl ask for?
Oh, and those pecks ain't too bad either!
Jared Padalecki and Jenson Ackles
play brothers Sam and Dean Winchester on Supernatural.
Aren't they cute? The writers even wrote a story line based on fan fic. Love writers who like their fans.
(Hint, hint, Spooks.) Honestly, not sure how they fit in exactly, just wanted
to give you girls some more eye candy. Enjoy!
I am just joking around!
Not that these other actors aren't handsome and talented (because they are),
but really could anyone take this guy's place in our hearts?????
I think NOT!
Picture from Richard Armitage Net.
Whether he's a star of the small screen, big screen or the stage he's stuck with us.
Because whether or not he needs us, we still need him.
And that's a fact, Jack.
The post is dedicated to Dezmond at Hollywood Spy,
who is always trying to convince us, although unsuccessfully,
that there are other men out there.
Did I leave anyone off the list?
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About the guest blogger @Rob:
Been a fan since 2005, after my first viewing of North & South, but it wasn't until I stumbled across Nat's blog that I became a bit more ardent in my "obsession," err um, "interest." My fav fan sites/blogs are this one (of course), Me + Richard Armitage and RichardArmitageOnline. As much as I love, RA, I enjoy the community that has popped up around his fandom even more. Although, I am happily married, I consider Mr. Armitage my pretend hubs. Just kidding. Not really. Well, sort of.