Isaiah Webster

Category: SEX & GOSSIP

The amazing hotness of Rob Delaney

I hardly watch any scripted TV shows. And I’ve been (rightly) accused of being ignorant of pop culture outside of NFL football, tennis, and the intersection of politics and mainstream news. Having said that, it’s quite possible that comedian Rob Delaney is an international sex symbol and I just missed it. But, I recently discovered his hotness, and wow, it is everything.

First things first. The comedian Rob Delaney is not to be confused with the baseball player by the same name. Secondly, Delaney has been massively promoting a TV show called “Catastrophe,” which is entering its second season. The promos for this show is how I noticed him — in Entertainment Weekly and on Slate.

Rob Delaney, 39, is tall, dark-haired, and screams sex. He isn’t clean-shaven or buttoned-up or overly polished like so many “sexy guys.” Rather, he looks like the random hot guy you might pass walking down the street. The one your thoughts can’t quite give up — even hours later. His perfectly-lustful hairy chest deserves its own Twitter account. And judging by what I’ve read about him, he seems like a funny, unassuming guy.

I find it completely random how pop culture deems some guys “sex symbols.” Delaney hasn’t appeared on the cover People’s Sexist Man Alive magazine (yet) — but he’s way hotter than many of the cover boys. Here’s to my fervent hope that Delaney is the next big thing.

Joe Manganiello


One of my all time favorite Daddies is on the cover of the current issue of DETAILS. Joe Manganiello is promoting “Magic Mike XXL.” You can read the interview here, and see the photo spread here.

‘Big Sascha’ profiled in The New York Times


In the lead up to the U.S. Open, The New York Times ran a short feature on Sascha Bajin, Serena Williams’ hitting partner. The piece was nice, but quite brief by NYT standards. Perhaps it was just an excuse to run a shirtless picture of the man known as “Big Sascha.” BAJIN

The relationship between Williams and Bajin is probably without precedent. A German-born Serb, Bajin was a promising junior player in the late ’90s. But when he was 15, his father (who was also his coach) died in a car accident, and Bajin lost his motivation. In 2007, he was working as a coach in Munich when he received a call to serve as a hitting partner for Williams, and he has been by her side ever since.

Serena has yet to win a Grand Slam tournament this year, but she is favored at the U.S. Open, and has a favorable draw. The tournament begins Monday.