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Playmate -- I Couldn't Satisfy Hefner

1/14/2009 4:00 PM PST BY TMZ STAFF

You wouldn't know it looking at the blonde tramps he's with now -- but Hugh Hefner can actually tell a girl "No."

Victoria Silvstedt: Click to watch
Former Playmate of the Year Victoria Silvstedt says she campaigned for the job of girlfriend back in 1997 but Hef turned her down.

And here's a fun fact -- Since Hugh was still together with his wife at the time, that would make Vicky a wannabe homewrecker!


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OMG....something just moved in hy pant'z.............

2051 days ago


What kind of "girl" would even want to spend even an ounce of energy on trying to please this old geezer? It's not like he's gonna be doing the Benjamin Button thing. Yuk! Gag! Vomit!

2051 days ago


Eww...floppy geezer sex...I just threw up in my mouth.

2051 days ago


People like these are the reason sex has become a perversion

2051 days ago


What do you expect from relationships based on frivolity? To hell with Hef and his idiot friends.

2051 days ago

Lord Xenu    

Who cares about some skank who want to screw a dirty old man old enough to be her grandfather. Ewwwwwwww!!!!

2051 days ago


Victoria, let's be honest, who HAVEN'T you tried to date?

2051 days ago


Patrick McGoohan, the Emmy-winning actor who created and starred in cult classic TV show The Prisoner, has died. He was 80 years of age. His film producer son-in-law Cleve Landsberg made the announcement.

His death came after a short illness but the much-lauded actor has left a memorable legacy. He won two Emmys for his work on Columbo, the hit detective drama which starred Peter Falk. More recently, he appeared as King Edward Longshanks in the 1995 Mel Gibson film Braveheart. However, he remains best known as the title character Number Six in the surreal 1960s British series The Prisoner. Born in New York, Patrick McGoohan was raised in Ireland and England. He trod the boards but his first real brush with fame came courtesy of Danger Man, a 1960s Brit spy series. The work he did in The Prisoner, his next big TV project, stayed with him for the rest of his life. It was this show that brought us the iconic phrase: "I am not a number! I am a free man!"

First airing on ITV between 1967 and 1968, The Prisoner is viewed by many critics as one of the most radical, thought-provoking dramas in the history of television. Slick and intelligent, the 17-episode series explores numerous themes: from democracy and freedom, conformity and rebellion to the nature of the individual and revolution. Widely regarded as a political commentary which is as relevant today as it was 40 years ago, The Prisoner continues to fascinate. ITV are even remaking it with The Passion Of The Christ's Jim Caviezel in McGoohan's role and Ian McKellen as Number Two, the Chief Administer of The Village.

At the time of his death, Patrick McGoohan was mostly retired and living in Los Angeles with his wife of 57 years, Joan Drummond McGoohan.

2051 days ago

I laugh at other's misfortunes    

Whore, skank, bimbo, and all other derogatory female remarks relate to this and any other "blonde" that has anything to do with Hugh Hefner. I'd tell her to get a job, but with the downturn in today's economic climate I guess sucking geezer d!ck is considered employment.

2051 days ago

Jackson Madden    

God I want to pound Victoria so hard for hours!

2051 days ago

Who Caresss!!!    


2051 days ago

colbys woman    

there ain't enough Viagra on earth to get that diaper wearing perv up ---- these people must be poster girlsl for STDS

2051 days ago

Just my opinion    

I love Hef...but I wish Holly did,,,

2051 days ago

wasted days and wasted nights    

Hef is just livin' out that funny line from Walk Hard, the Dewey Cox Story: If erections last longer than four hours, get more ladies.

2051 days ago


Does he have the bunny symbol on his adult diapers?

2051 days ago
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