Hello, straight male readers.
Olivia Wilde appears devilish on the April cover of British ‘GQ.’ Wearing nothing but a Victoria’s Secret bra and jeans, the mag has drawn on a pair of devil horns and a tail on the young actress.
"I was very sexually mature at a very young age. I was very comfortable with it and talking about it, and once someone hears a young woman speak candidly about sexuality, it's like, 'Whoa!' You get labeled," she says.
Olivia was originally cast in the upcoming Linda Lovelace biopic but she--wait for it…pulled out of the movie.
"I decided that it should go to someone who is not already sexualized by the public," she says. “Linda Lovelace was an innocent.”
Olivia was replaced with Amanda Seyfried, who Wilde says “will do an amazing job.”
While Olivia’s acting choices have run the gamut, her heart lies in comedy. Makes sense, since the cover she graces is GQ’s “Comedy Special” issue. In another shot in the mag, Olivia poses in an unbuttoned shirt, smoking a cigar that has blown up in her face.
"I wanted to be on 'Saturday Night Live' since I was 10," she says. "My father took me to a live taping on my birthday. Chris Farley was still in the cast and at the after party he had a brownie-eating contest. It became, like a very valuable, powerful moment in my childhood. Seeing the energy of 'SNL' made me want to be a part of it."
Olivia hasn’t had a chance to host the show yet, but now that she’s dating SNL cast member Jason Sudeikis, maybe she’ll have her opportunity.