Fergie is back!
And has so many amazing moments, we had to break it down GIF by GIF!
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The two A-list actors posed for the dramatic photos as part of a new Bulgari campaign that benefits the Save the Children foundation.
The charity organization focuses on providing quality education for underprivileged children around the world. The luxury Italian jeweler has long been a supporter of the cause, donating more than
Try Sesame Street!
And for your viewing pleasure - Hamm and Elmo taped their last bro session, and even taught the kids a new word.
As in, Jon Hamm's body is as perfect as one of Michelangelo's sculptures!
Check out the awesome video by clicking PLAY directly (above) !!!
And… somehow Jon Hamm just keeps getting sexier!!
We are swooning over the fact that the Mad Men star once was a daycare teacher. Apparently he LOVES kiddies, but isn't 100% sold on having one of his own.
He recently admitted:
Hunky-hunk, Jon Hamm, says he isn't cut out to be daddy.
In the Hammster's opinion, he's as fit to be a parent as his Mad Men alter-ego, Don Draper.
Jon told reporters:
"I'd be a terrible father! I see my friends who have children and I'm like, 'Dude, how are you even upright, much less here at work at 6 a.m.?'"
Even though Jon doesn't want to be responsible for a kid, he can not deny their appeal.
Jon, revealed what he really thinks about his Mad Men co-star January Jones's newborn son, admitting that:
"Xander's cute as a button!"
Jon, you can't deny future generations of your sweet/handsome genes.
If you won't raise kids yourself, at least be a sperm donor! LOL!
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Just don't get it.
Friends With Kids writer, director and star, Jennifer Westfeldt, was inspired to write the film after she, and long time BF Jon Hamm, became the last couple in their group to not have a kids.
After 15 years of dating Don Draper, you'd think it would be like, realy hard to NOT make a baby. Howeves, Jen says the years of childlessness just kind of happened.
She admits that she always thought she'd have kids by now: