8 Of Hollywood’s Most Underrated Eligible Bachelors

As we all know Hollywood’s most eligible long-term bachelor (aka George Clooney) has been off the market for quite a while now. So it’s high time we let Amal have him to herself while we focus on some of Hollywood’s other eligible bachelors. Let’s face it ladies, there’s nothing wrong with a little bit of eye candy – and it’s always nice to go and dream about something sweet at bedtime!

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Oscar Isaak

Born: January 5, 1980 (age 35) in Guatemala – American Actor.

Upcoming Movies: Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens, X-Men: Apocalypse.

Interesting Fact: During his school years Oscar liked to be the class clown; so much so that at one point a teacher had to screen off his off his desk with cardboard from the rest of the class. Yep – you guessed it… He was later expelled!

8 Of Hollywood's Most Underrated Eligible Bachelors

Steven R. McQueen

Born: July 13, 1988 (age 26), Los Angeles, California, United States – American Actor and Model.

Interesting Fact: Steven has dated Hollywood beauties Chelsea Kane, Candice Accola and Hillary Harley, plus models Dylan Penn and Olivia Pickren. Poor bugger!

8 Of Hollywood's Most Underrated Eligible Bachelors

Jack O Connell

Born: August 1, 1990 (age 24), Alvaston, United Kingdom – British Actor and Model.

Interesting Fact: Jack was hand picked by Angelina Jolie to star in her film Unbroken.

8 Of Hollywood's Most Underrated Eligible Bachelors

Miles Teller

Born: February 20, 1987 (age 28), Downingtown, Pennsylvania, United States.

Upcoming Movies: Fantastic Four, Arms and the Dudes.

Interesting Fact: Before he hit the big time he was a waiter, painter and fixed up houses.

8 Of Hollywood's Most Underrated Eligible Bachelors

Richard Madden

Born: June 18, 1986 (age 29), Elderslie, United Kingdom – British Actor.

Interesting Fact: Richard was quite a shy boy and at age eleven he started acting to overcome it.

8 Of Hollywood's Most Underrated Eligible Bachelors

Cary Fukunaga

Born: July 10, 1977 (age 37), Oakland, California, United States – American film director, writer and cinematographer.

Interesting Fact: Cary originally wanted to be a pro snowboarder until his mid twenties when he found his calling.

8 Of Hollywood's Most Underrated Eligible Bachelors

James Franco

Born: April 19, 1978 (age 37), Palo Alto, California, United States.

Upcoming Movies: Sausage Party, The Long Home.

Interesting Fact: He worked at McDonald’s in his youth and has been quoted saying: “McDonald’s was there for me when no one else was.” Goes to show that you never know who you might be served by at Maccas by – they just might become the next big star!

8 Of Hollywood's Most Underrated Eligible Bachelors

Michael B. Jordan

Born: February 9, 1987 (age 28), Santa Ana, California, United States.

Upcoming Movies: Fantastic Four, Creed.

Interesting Fact: This handsome man even knows how to tap dance because his mother made him take classes. Ca-ute!

8 Of Hollywood's Most Underrated Eligible Bachelors

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June 30, 2015

Get Commando Fit This Year

SHE’SAID’ has been lucky to snag an interview with Commando Steve Willis! I’m super excited to get access to this heavenly hot fitness guru and integral member of Aussie TV’s The Biggest Loser. Prominently dressed in army pants, singlet and dark sunglasses, there seems to be a lot going on for the man behind the muscle. So I wanted to give you a sneak peak before we have our little chat.

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The book – ‘Get Commando Fit’
The Commando launched ‘Get Commando Fit’ on January 27. Combining a 4 week workout plan with fully illustrated exercises and delicious recipes, the Commando motivates and inspires readers using essential building blocks required for a healthier, happier life.

Priced at RRP $29.99 and $16.99 for the e-book ‘Get Commando Fit’  is based on years of knowledge and experience in the health and fitness industry and aimed at regular people looking to achieve optimal health and well-being.

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The program – Get Commando Fit Mission 2
Commencing February 16th 2015 is the Get Commando Fit Mission 2. To provide a little housekeeping info, the cost is $18.90 per week on a 13-week payment plan or $199 upfront. When you consider the cost of gym memberships or weight-loss clinics, it’s excellent value for money. Registrations opened as of January 1, and anyone wanting to participate is encouraged to register ASAP at

To give you an idea of the program, it’s essentially a 13-week holistic life changing experience which addresses food and nutrition, movement and work outs plus shifts the clients psychology of these behaviours. Primarily focused on changing behaviours, bad habits and ridding clients of  self-doubt, program developers have set clients of all ages and abilities up for success. They provide everything needed to implement healthy lifestyle changes long term.

The developers include nutritionist Kelly Richardson, Chef Kim Wiggins, Sports Chiropractor Luke Khoury and Sports Scientist Selasi Berdie. With experience acquired in the Australian Army Special Forces, plus being a highly acclaimed CrossFit athlete and accredited personal trainer, the Commando’s unique experience and skill set compliment this highly diverse team.

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Based on their combined knowledge and increased understanding of their clients needs, the program now offers even more flexibility. Mission 2 introduces ‘Get Active’, an innovative program which reintroduces movement into everyday people’s lifestyles. It’s perfect for all ages and abilities, promoting movement and healthy eating.

Additionally there’s the existing three tiered levels available. These include: ‘Get Fit’, ‘Get Fit Intermediate’ and ‘Get Fit Advanced’. Layering various abilities enables clients to get ultimatum satisfaction out of the program. Therefore the program now caters for people wanting to begin a health and fitness regime right up to advanced athletes and military personal searching for ways to vary their routine.

The program itself includes an introductory week, which provides upfront fundamentals and education. This is followed by 12 weeks of workout plans, daily recipes, healthy meal plans and the Commando’s motivation videos. Clients also receive regular individual performance and progress monitoring, ‘squad’ training to encourage group development and participation, plus motivation from the Commando himself to maintain motivation to keep going and inspire people to live their lives to the fullest.

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This is certainly what Commando Steve Willis has done. From being a Commando in the Australian Army to TV personality, his upcoming interview with SHE’SAID’, will be one worth reading. In the meantime, if you’d like find out more about his book ‘Get Commando Fit’ or Get Commando Fit Mission 2 head to

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January 29, 2015