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The ‘Golden Sisters’ Argue That Woody Allen is the Sexiest Man Alive [VIDEO]

Mary Batnicki, Josie Cavaluzzi and Teresa Dahlquist think the ‘Blue Jasmine’ director is a sex symbol.

By: Ashley Baylen

Published: December 27th, 2013 in Culture » TV » News

The ‘Golden Sisters’ Argue That Woody Allen is the Sexiest Man Alive [VIDEO]

The three senior citizens that endeared the world with their reaction video to Kim Kardashian’s sex tape, which later earned them a show entitled ‘Golden Sisters’ on Oprah Winfrey’s OWN network, got into a bit of a squabble on the Today show over which celebrity deserves the sexiest man alive title.

While most would argue that Adam Levine, Brad Pitt, Bradley Cooper, or Ryan Gosling lead the pack, these ladies had a difficult decision between… Woody Allen and Jack Nicholson?

“I love his work, I love his sense of humor and he’s got a lot of money,” Josie Cavaluzzi joked, arguing in favor of ‘Blue Jasmine’ director, Woody Allen.

“What’s not to love? He’s smart, he’s funny and he’s rich! I love him,” Teresa Dahlquist added.

However, the third ‘Golden Sister’, Mary Batnicki, couldn’t agree less.

"No, no, no- not at all… He’s nothing to look at! And they’re saying he’s sexy? That’s crazy… For them to say the sexiest man alive, that’s crazy,” Batnicki explained.

Batnicki argues that ‘One Flew Over The Cuckoo Nest’ actor, Jack Nicholson, is the most desired male.

“I love Jack Nicholson,” she began. “But he don’t like ladies,” referring to Nicholson’s alleged propensity for much younger women.

OWN plans to air ‘Golden Sisters 2013 Countdown: Best Pop Culture Moments” on 10pm Friday night.

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