Molly Sims likes Jessica Biel’s body, incites latest misuse of “girl crush”

As we all know, in Hollywood an on-screen kiss means real-life relationship, and a woman complimenting another woman’s appearance means lesbian extravaganza!

This week in celebrity “girl crushes,” actress and model Molly Sims is apparently smitten over Jessica Biel.

“I think her body is insane,” Sims told at an event in New York last Thursday.

Obviously, that means crush (and yes, that is the only quote Sims gave Us Weekly on the subject).

While Biel isn’t exactly my type (Rachel Maddow is my “celebrity” dream boat), I share Simms’ opinion on her hot bod, which obviously means I have a “girl crush” on Biel as well.

While Simms, myself and I’m sure some of you enjoy Biel’s hotness, she has been struggling with the issue lately, according to an interview she did with Allure magazine for this month’s issue:

The beautiful Biel knows, however, that with looks like hers, such substantial parts may be hard to come by. “It really is a problem. I have to be blunt,’ she said. ‘If you don’t like the audition, then don’t hire me. But if you don’t even want to see me, that’s hurtful.’”

Wow. Last time I checked you could be really hot and still be a successful actress, but now that I think about it, only really frumpy women like Kate Winslet and Penelope Cruz win awards. It’s so hard to be a gorgeous!

This “girl crushing” seems to be running rampant in Hollywood these days. A few weeks back, Diablo Cody revealed her “crush” on Megan Fox, according to the Los Angeles Times:

“She has a sexy quality and she’s smart and she’s cool and I admire her a lot,” Cody said of Fox. Hidden meaning: Girl crush, obviously.

We are glad the media can speculate about straight celebrities being hot for one another, but it’s totally inappropriate for them to “out” gays who spend their lives voting against AIDS funding and gay marriage.

In any sense, I’m sure the gossip rags will report on Biel’s steamy affair with Sims behind Justin Timberlake’s back really soon. I’ll keep my ear to the ground.