After the highs of yesterday's written driving test results I thought I needed to keep you all titillated with another Abercrombie & Fitch model spotting on Sunset Boulevard (OK, so it's only a billboard, but who cares right?).
I'm thinking that they may change these posters every month, I'm hoping so as I'm a bit disappointed with this April effort.
For comparison here's the Abercrombie model image from last month, kindly provided by my UK spy (on camera phone), taken in the B&Q car park looking up at the A4 poster site - ah, the glamour of it all!
In other glamourous entertainment news, Dancing with the Stars was a corker last night (and such a great way to start the week).
The sports 'stars' are leading the pack with Kristi Yamaguchi and Jason Taylor out in front and getting the lions share of the 10's on offer last night.
She's an Olympic Gold Medalist and World Champion for figure skating and he's an American Football player and NFL Man of the Year (plus a giant of a man, who surprising moves with much grace).
There's controversy over whether Kristi has an unfair advantage being an expert figure skater, as she hasn't put a foot wrong yet, although she has been criticised for her lack of passion (mainly by Len Goodman, who can be a grumpy old goat at times!!).
Other surprises last night were a PVC clad and bare torso revealing Cristian de la Fuente, unicycling Adam Carolla and a triumphant comeback by Tony Award winning Marissa Jaret Winokur (for 'Tracy Turnblad' in the Broadway Musical Hairspray), all attempting the dramatic Paso Doble.
Marissa, being the largest and probably shortest ladies on the show was criticised last week for not showing enough spark and living up to her Tony Award winning potential. So this week she bounced back and kept her bubbly personality in check to deliver a strong dance. Will it be enough for her though?
With celebrities Penn Jillette, Monica Seles and Steve Guttenberg all voted off to date, my prediction this week has to be Adam Carolla, again! I know he wasn't voted off last week, but he really does deserve to go and no amount of unicycling stunts should be able to save him.....but what do I know, that's just my opinion. Let's see what happens tonight.
I do know, that if Adam does go, it'll be a much harder competition next week and I'm not sure who'd be next up for the chop!
Today after an hour long run (I'll feel that tomorrow), my main task is to find a Driving Instructor and I've called a few and they seem to think six hours of lessons will be enough (or at least in the Los Angeles standard), we'll see!
Next up, must find a new hairdresser (don't worry we have a few leads).
This is Jason in Hollywood signing off...