She did look pretty hawt showing off all that skin, if we do say so ourselves!
"Selena looked gorgeous at the Met ball."
Why are we not surprised by this public proclamation??
[Image via Bauer Griffin Online.]
On Monday, images of the 72-year-old moments after the crash have been released, which depict the chaotic and gruesome nature of the scene.
The photo (below) shows paramedics wrapping up the Star Wars actor's head with bandages as he received several cuts from the incident. Just a warning — this may not be suitable for everyone:
Harrison Ford is one impressive guy.
Just one day after Harrison's plane crash, we're learning how the actor survived the incident with just moderate injuries.
According to eyewitness and fellow pilot Ryan Kavanaugh, the 72-year-old did ALL the right things to avoid fatally crashing after the engine on his World War II-era training glider stalled out.
Ryan, who flies his helicopter to work, explained:
We're so glad he's on the mend!
Harrison Ford is doing okay despite being battered, according to his son Ben Ford.
Here's what the rep for NTSB Patrick Jones (no relation to Indiana Jones) had to say about the crash in a statement:
We're still so shocked that Harrison Ford, an experienced pilot, crash-landed in a Los Angeles golf course.
The Star Wars actor made his descent on Penmar Golf Course in Venice on Thursday afternoon.
While his Los Angeles Fire Department's Patrick Butler described Harrison's condition as "moderate," many celebs have taken to Twitter to publicly express their well wishes for the injured star.
Ch-ch-check out the reactions (below)!!!
UPDATE #3: Ben Ford, Harrison's son, sent the following message from the hospital:
"Dad is okay, battered but okay. He is every bit the man you would think he is. He is an incredibly strong man."
UPDATE #2: NBC Los Angeles spoke with a family member who said that the actor has a few gashes, but is fine.
UPDATE: The Los Angeles Fire Department's Patrick Butler has given a press conference, stating:
"The patient was in moderate condition, alert, conscious and breathing."
Harrison Ford was piloting a small plane on Thursday when he somehow lost control and crash-landed on Penmar Golf Course in Venice at around 2:20 p.m.
The vintage yellow and silver WWII aircraft was totaled while the 72-year-old actor reportedly suffered gashes on his head.
Harrison was the only passenger.
Since it was a golf course, there were obviously two doctors playing a round who were able to treat Harrison at the scene before he was transported to nearby Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.
[Image via Twitter.]
OMG, huge news, sci-fi fans!
That Blade Runner sequel Ridley Scott has been teasing? It's really happening!
The actor — who originated the role of the replicant hunter way back in 1982 — is said to have LOVED the script and will officially be reprising his role in Blade Runner 2: Still Running!
OK, it's not really called that.
But it is
Don't call him Junior!
Chris Pratt is continuing his road to major Hollywood success with yet another revival of a classic franchise.
After revamping Legos, Jurassic Park, and even some 50-year-old comic books, Chris has now set his sights on another Steven Spielberg masterpiece… Indiana Jones!
Or rather, Disney has their sights set on him!