Move over Arnie, you have some serious competition in town.
These hilarious snaps show what celebrities would look like if they beefed up and bulked out and spent their entire time at the gym and not on movie sets.
Oh, and you might as well add some steroids into the mix, too.
The fake images have been created for a competition running on the worth1000.com website.
The site has been flooded (and we mean flooded) with entries and the likes of Ryan Gosling Jessica Simpson, Angelina Jolie, Demi Moore and even, Obama, have had their photos altered so that their heads are blended on to bodybuilder frames.
Eva Mendes reveals her worst red carpet mistake, and we agree that it is pretty horrendous [Coco Perez]
The American tabloids are out and the Kardashian’s dominate the covers [Bohomoth]
Two super cute clips and more aww-dorableness to come [Petzter]
Lastly, we have another addition to the family — Realzter. The site is a little bare right now as we are concentrating on good, solid long interviews and there are plenty of those in the works. But the four stories there should do what they are intended to do — inspire people. Plus, does anyone else feel that in the need for speed, stories are shorter and not given justice? We do!
Beyoncé fans are up in arms over reports she lip-synched her inauguration performance, particularly when it came to light that Kelly Clarkson sung live.
And now a soul legend is weighing in on the controversy.
Aretha Franklin, who had a tiff with Beyonce back in 2008, says she ”cracked up” upon hearing that Beyoncé lip-synched the National Anthem, “The Star-Spangled Banner”, adding that she thought the singer did a “beautiful job with the pre-record.”
“When I heard the news this evening that she was pre-recorded I really laughed,” Franklin told ABC News. “I thought it was funny because the weather down there was about 46 or 44 degrees and for most singers that is just not good singing weather. When I heard that I just really cracked up. I thought it was really funny, but she did a beautiful job with the pre-record … next time I’ll probably do the same.”
Franklin, performed at Obama’s first inauguration in 2009, singing ”My Country ‘Tis of Thee.”
“In 2009, I wanted everything to be live and on the real side for the moment as it actually happened,” the soul singer told ABC News. “Those were my feelings for my performance, but having come face to face with 28, 22 degrees I am not surprised she pre-recorded. She wanted her performance to be what she wanted to be and she realized it wasn’t going to be the way she wanted it to be or she was going to be running a risk. That’s probably why she pre-recorded exactly how she wanted it to be heard.”
There was the fiscal cliff, Syria, jobs, the economy, and even environmental climate concerns.
But what every reporter wanted an answer to at the Obama Presidential News Conference held on Wednesday at the White House was the David Petraeus Affair
Obama made his first comments on the widening scandal that led to the resignation of CIA Director David Petraeus, plus addressed upcoming negotiations with Congress on taxes and spending cuts
“I have no evidence at this point from what I’ve seen that classified information was disclosed that in any way would have had a negative impact on our national security,” Obama said at the White House briefing.
President Barack Obama is shedding tears– of happiness and gratitude.
Following on from getting re-elected, Obama got emotional while thanking his campaign staffers in their Chicago headquarters.
He was seen wiping away the tears in the video captured below as he told the staffers that he was ”really proud” of them.
“When I come here and I look at all of you what comes to mind is not that you guys actually remind me of myself its the fact that you are so much better than I was in so many ways- you’re smarter, you’re better organized, you’re more effective,” he said.
“I’m absolutely confident that all of you are going to do just amazing things in your lives. You’re just going to do great things.”
Meanwhile, it has emerged that Romney was still “shell shocked” by losing when he walked on stage in Boston on Tuesday night to deliver his concession speech.
Despite his staff members ignoring the warning signs, his team, particularly, Romney remained confident until the penny finally dropped.
“There’s nothing worse than when you think you’re going to win, and you don’t. It was like a sucker punch,” one unidentified adviser told CBS.
Brian Williams wasn’t wrong when he said Donald Trump “has driven well past the last exit to relevance.”
The only person who still thinks his comments and beliefs are relevant, is the Donald himself, whose case of verbal diarrhea continues unabated.
On Thursday, Trump was chomping away again on Twitter taking aim at Obama (no surprise there); hitting out at Brian Williams again (childish); and bringing Russia, the entire world and now A-Rod into his firing range.
On why the world is happy for Obama’s re-election, he wrote: “No surprise that all the foreign countries are celebrating Obama’s win. They love a weak America that they can rip off.”
Then there was the topic of Russia to tackle.
“Russian leaders are publicly celebrating Obama’s reelection. They can’t wait to see how flexible Obama will be now,” he tweeted.
Moving on to his now public enemy No. 2, Trump taunted Brian Williams, who he deems his newscasts to be “boring”.
“Letterman @Late_Show had Brian Williams @NBCNightlyNewsas guest last night, I was on last Thursday,” he bragged. But he wasn’t finished. “…I trounced him in ratings & Letterman beat @jayleno last Thursday. Brian—are you irrelevant?”
And lastly, he has also offered a laughable explanation for why Mitt Romney’s campaign may have faltered.
“I started to get very worried about Mitt’s chances when I heard that A-Rod donated to his campaign. Everything A-Rod touches turns bad,” he tweeted Thursday.
Trump was forced to backtrack over a series of scathing tweets he wrote about President Obama as he secured a second term last night – hastily deleting messages calling for a “revolution”, but it seems he isn’t going down quietly.
Conan O’Brien used the 66-year-old’s rambling tweets as fodder for posting this…. which pretty much sums up the sentiment of many….
We’re accustomed to Ryan Seacrest interviewing some pretty heavy–hitters on his radio show on KISS-FM, but today he snagged the man-of-the-hour when President Obama took time out on Election Day to call in.
What Is Your Message Today To Citizens?
“The first thing is vote. Regardless of who you’re voting for our democracy works when the American people get involved. The American people are decent, hard-working, and they’ve got great instincts. The more people participate the better the outcome!”
Is There A Preferred Presidential Snack?
Recently, Mrs. Obama revealed her favorite sweet snack while on the road is Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. Does the President have a go-to cheat food that keeps him going while working around the clock?
“My weakness is nachos. If I get nachos and guacamole I can go to town on that stuff. I asked my team to restrict my intake. If they put it in front of me it’s gone,” the Commander-in-chief confides.
Will Sasha and Malia Be Allowed To Date In The Next Term?
“I think that any young man who has the guts to get through Secret Service deserves a hearing,” President Obama jokes. “But Michelle is very good about making sure that we’re creating a space for them where they can have sleepovers. They can go to the mall. They can go to the movies. They’re going to homecomings at their school.”
If You Win The Election Have You Picked Out The Song You Will Dance To?
“Now that’s a tough choice, and I think I’ll have to consult with my wife. Last time out Beyonce sang ‘At Last’, Etta James‘ classic, and that was a pretty good choice. Whatever it is its got to be a slow song so that I can put my moves on Michelle. Something a little romantic, you know? I haven’t seen her a lot lately. I’ve been on the road too much.”
An offer for an interview was also extended to Mitt Romney.