The Word: Jason Sudeikis says sex with Olivia Wilde made him skinny

NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 10:  Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis attend the Los Angeles Clippers vs New York Knicks game at Madison Square Garden on February 10, 2013 in New York City.  (Photo by James Devaney/FilmMagic)
We suddenly know a lot more than we probably wanted to about Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis. Credit: James Devaney/FilmMagic

Jason Sudeikis doesn’t need your bench press – he’s got something else to press, if you know what he means. He’s got his own version of downward dog, wink wink. Are you getting this? He and his fiancee Olivia Wilde like to bang, is the deal.

Former “Saturday Night Live” star Jason has lost weight of late, and that it’s all thanks to Olivia’s, um, influence. “‘The truth is, I’m not getting up an hour earlier and walking on a treadmill. I have the greatest workout partner in the world. And you don’t need a gym membership for that kind of workout,” he told Elle.

I guess? Good for them if that works. Olivia says she and Jason have sex like “Kenyan marathon runners,” which Jason agrees is accurate. I imagine Kenyan marathon runners would have very fatigued sex while eating muffins, but I get what they mean.

Olivia Wilde has learned the hard way not to criticize Justin Bieber, as her post to Twitter imploring the Canadian pop star to “put your f—ing shirt on” earned her more than 17,000 angry responses from Bieber fans. “It’s pretty much the funniest thing that’s ever happened to me because my Twitter feed is now filled with the most hilarious abuse,” she says during a visit to the “Tonight” show with Jay Leno. “One of them was, ‘Are you a lesbian or are you too old?’ That’s great, because it’s a question I never asked myself before.”


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