He has offers flowing in from the likes of underwear giants Fruit of the Loom and Jockey, who reportedly reached out to Jon Hamm after he went commando while wearing tight pants during a season six ”Mad Men” shoot, which got the internet talking.
“Jockey would like to offer our support for Jon Hamm in the form of a lifetime supply of Jockey underwear,” a rep for Jockey hilariously told TMZ.
The site of that huge bulge prompted The New York Daily Newsto report that an “AMC insider” said Hamm’s gigantic penis was creating problems on set.
“The season takes place in the 1960s, where the pants are very tight and leave little to the imagination,” the source told the newspaper. “John’s impressive anatomy is so distracting that they politely insisted on underwear.”
[Let's not forget about the Tumblr called "Jon Hamm's Wang", which has been posting photos for over two years.]
But the 42-year old “Man Men ” is not impressed that we are impressed by his package.
“Most of it’s tongue-in-cheek,” he said to Rolling Stone. “But it is a little rude. It just speaks to a broader freedom that people feel like they have – a prurience….They’re called ‘privates’ for a reason. I’m wearing pants, for f**k’s sake. Lay off. I mean, it’s not like I’m a f***ing lead miner. There are harder jobs in the world. But when people feel the freedom to create Tumblr accounts about my cock, I feel like that wasn’t part of the deal … But whatever. I guess it’s better than being called out for the opposite.”
He plays a womanizer on the small screen, but could it be a case of life imitating art for “Mad Men” star Jon Hamm?
According to a new report just published on The Daily, Hamm has been out and about acting very much single– despite having a girlfriend of almost 15 years, Jennifer Westfeldt.
Jon Hamm won’t find out if he’s TV’s best actor until Sept. 23. But there’s one thing he’s definitely talented at — acting like he’s a single man. Although he’s been in a serious relationship with girlfriend Jennifer Westfeldt for almost 15 years, Flash has learned exclusively that Hamm has been hitting the bars hard in recent weeks, chatting up pretty women who aren’t his girlfriend.
Hamm first raised eyebrows while visiting Kansas City, Mo., for baseball’s All-Star Game. Flying solo at a Yahoo-sponsored VIP party at CrossroadsKC at Grinders on July 8, he chatted up a hot blonde wearing a sheer shirt — a dead ringer for his absent girlfriend.
“He was super nice!” the woman told Flash. “I joked with him about taking a picture with a Jayhawk,” the University of Kansas mascot, since “there is a slight ‘border war’ between [Hamm’s alma mater] the University of Missouri and the University of Kansas, and he was a great sport about it.” The two even posed for a cozy picture. “Many, many of my friends are jealous of that one,” she said.
Later that week, he got up close and personal with a gorgeous brunette in Rome. Photos from the OCTO The New Architecture of Time by Bulgari dinner on July 13 show Hamm getting handsy with gorgeous Italian actress Anna Safroncik. Westfeldt was nowhere to be seen.
One week later, he was at it again during at night out at Hot Bird in Brooklyn, N.Y., on Thursday, where he was accompanied by a statuesque blonde — again, not Westfeldt. “He didn’t even really want to go out, but I convinced him,” she was overheard bragging at the bar on Monday. Once there, she said, he pounded lagers and “was surprised nobody was coming up to him!”
But apparently, he soon found a solution to that problem. Accompanied by fellow actor pals Jon Glaser and Eugene Mirman, Hamm hit on the female bargoers, according to Twitter user @crashnabula. “They had no game either,” he tweeted the next day. “They just bought drinks for every mediocre girl they approached, and the girls dipped after 10 min of convo.”
All just a bit of innocent conversation? Perhaps. Or maybe he was just in character as mad man Don Draper. But with the recent blind items and Internet buzz surrounding Hamm, his secret nights out are sure to come under even more scrutiny.
Update: With Man Men premiering tonight, we thought we’d bring you an insight into what the real Jon Hamm is like…unfortunately. J.Svetlana, who had the run-in with him, reveals more about his far-from-sunny disposition.
“He definitely had a temper though not physically threatening,” she says. “After our first interaction when I told him this is not ok, he shook his head raised his voice but sat down for a little while. “After he reapproached me and I answered what made me so upset, he started getting even more angered”
Let’s start this out the right way before we go into the wrongdoings: We have genuinely always liked Jon Hamm. But perhaps, we were just fed a perspective of him that has been portrayed by the mainstream press outlets.
Unfortunately, we need to report on a recent incident, that will, perhaps, alter your opinion of him. And, let’s not forget the Kim Kardashian quotes where he trashes numerous starlets. There’s more of this story to come.
But today, we give you an eyewitness account, and tomorrow, we will bring you someone on the record.
Here is what occurred, according to out eyewitness….
“I saw him at the Kansas-Missouri basketball game watch party hosted by the Kansas Alumni at the Parlor on Melrose in Hollywood. Almost everyone at the place was wearing the Kansas Jayhawks jerseys and cheering for our beloved team. One of the only Missouri fans was a guy in a Mizzou hat, later I found out it was Jon Hamm. When his team scored he dramatically cheered going around and swinging his arms yelling: “YES, YES, YES”. During one of those arm swings he accidentally hit me in the head with his fist.
At that point I was upset, I blocked his arm and in response to his quick apology I said: “this is not OK, you need to watch what you are doing”, and gave him a very strict look. He was confused why I reacted the way I did. Later, he approached me and said: “You looked very pissed, this was an accident”. I tried to explain to him that he has every right to be at a Kansas watch site, however, the least he can do is make sure he does not hit the fans of the opposing team. I continued to explain the concept of spatial awareness, and that the word accident does not justify recklessness and gross negligence. I asked: “What if I was celebrating my team’s shot and hit you in the head?”
He said: “I would understand this game is exacting”. I replied: “There is a big difference between a girl my size hitting him in the head, versus a man his size hitting me in the head”. It is amazing that someone who claims Kim K. and Paris Hilton are idiots, and complains that our society rewards stupidity, cannot understand a couple of simple concepts.
Once the game was over and my team won by one point in overtime, I turned to him with a smile trying to lighten things and said: “Ok, I am not so mad anymore”, he gave me an angry look and said right to my face, “I really just do not like you AT ALL”. This man needs to stop picking on women half his size and stop acting so obnoxious in public.”
On a side note: The KU Alumni Association captured this gem of a photo as “Mad Men” star Jon Hamm lamented Missouri’s overtime loss to Kansas with buddy Jason Sudeikis at one of the association’s KU basketball watch parties on Saturday, at The Parlor in Los Angeles.
Hamm is a 1993 graduate of Mizzou, which blew a 19-point second-half lead before losing to Kansas, 87-86 in overtime of the final scheduled game between the bitter rivals.
We actually applauded Jon Hamm’s recent comments about the dumbing down of culture. But one person wasn’t too happy about it: Kim Kardashian.
In the April issue of Elle UK magazine the Mad Men star said: ”Whether it’s Paris Hilton or Kim Kardashian or whoever, stupidity is certainly celebrated.
Not only did he say that the success of reality TV stars didn’t make any sense to him, but he went on to add: “Being a f***ing idiot is a valuable commodity in this culture because you’re rewarded significantly.”
Kim took to twitter (naturally) yesterday to hit back at his comments, saying that “not everyone takes the same path in life.”
“We’re all working hard and we all have to respect one another,” she wrote. “Calling someone who runs their own businesses, is a part of a successful TV show, produces, writes, designs, and creates, ‘stupid,’ is in my opinion careless.”