I used to have a special "hockey test" that I would bring new dates on...
(CBS News) Jon Hamm has a new gig - dating advice guru. The "Mad Men" star appears on video answering love and dating questions from teenage girls for Rookie magazine's "Ask a Grown Man" series (Paul Rudd has made one, too).
In this 1995 reboot, which earned a whopping one star on Rotten Tomatoes, Paul Rudd stars as a high school student who attempts to rescue his friends and a baby from Michael’s murderous rampage.
And she’s hoping her A-list friends like Olivia Wilde, 31, and Paul Rudd, 46, will help her find her match!
We have to agree with Selena — getting some advice from Olivia and Paul may be a smart move.
While she admits in the interview she “never met half of them” before, they hit it off from the start. Well, Selena attended the Big Slick Celebrity Softball Game on June 19, where she met up with those familiar faces.
The charity event is actually an annual event that’s put on by a handful of Hollywood actors and it benefits Children’s Mercy Hospital.
Being drunk at the time (23 percent) and saying it during sex (13 percent) rounded out the top three reasons for premature confessions of devotion.
There was another question that got a “yes” from over half of survey-takers: Saying “I love you” first.
) He’s smart, he’s cute, he plays along with ridiculous charades, and he can do a mean air piano.
Rudd’s role as Phoebe’s blind-date-turned-husband proved, not only that can he play the classic “nice guy” role but also that he could hold his own as a sitcom character.
The hospital took to Twitter to post a photo of Selena and Olivia, while writing: “Little Chase enjoyed a fun surprise this morning: Playtime with .” Hopefully Selena bonded with the group enough for them to want to help her out in the dating department. To hear more about Selena, head over to i Tunes to download the new Hollywood Life podcast for free!
As far as if she’s falling for anyone right now, Selena quickly shut that rumor down during her interview.
Doesn't mean you have to pay attention to me, but it's probably in your best interest. Um, you're probably all too young to watch 'Mad Men,' so...