According to sources at People magazine, McCord was caught partying pretty hard with a male model this past Halloween weekend, Aaron O’Connell. Don’t know who he is? Never fear; I didn’t ’til I Googled him, either. And then? I still didn’t. But I was able to appreciate his marginally good looks – I mean, he looks like every other nameless, faceless male model out there that poses for Abercrombie & Fitch, and hey. Nothing wrong with that, is there. There can never been enough beauty in the world, I suppose.
Word on the street is that McCord and O’Connell were allegedly all over one another this past Saturday at Lavo Las Vegas, where the pair sipped on champagne, rode one another’s lap (OK, it was just Anna Lynne riding his lap, but I like the dual imagery there), and snapping photos each other on their camera phones. An eyewitness claims:
“They were all over each other. There were definitely not trying to hide anything. They were dancing all over each other and didn’t separate.”
So, yeah, great. I don’t know about you, but I’m not terribly impressed with AnnaLynne McCord. I don’t watch the new 90210, so I don’t know if she’s even remotely talented or not, but as far as some of the hype that surrounds her hotness, I think it’s pretty contrived. It’s not to say that she’s not a cute girl, she is; I just don’t get the fascination that some people have with her. She’s … average. She’s got an average body and an average face and she’s not unattractive. So, OK. We get it. AnnaLynne McCord is ‘good’ enough to land a sub-par male model whose biggest claim to fame (according to his portfolio) is a half-decent Lucky Jeans campaign. We can all sleep at night now.
Still unsure of AnnaLynne’s validity as a young, edgy, sex symbol? Let these photos make up your mind.