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Five Reason Why Kate Winslet Deserve an "I'd Hit It"



This is Kate Winslet, female lead of Titanic and all-around badass. Let's examine why she deserves the all-important title of I'D HIT IT. Come on kids! 


1.) She is hilarious in real life. Kate has even come out and said how much she loathes the Celine Dion "My Heart Will Go On" from the film soundtrack. And how she finds it pretty corny when she walks into a restaurant and someone plays the song. I would too, but the first time I heard that song I got all kinds of emotional. :/ meep.


2.) She's a hero. She saved someone's life this summer! For reals!!!!


3.) She has an Oscar. I know I know, so does Halle Berry. 


4.) She always picks the BEST roles. She's like the American Meryl Streep! 


5.) SHE'S JUST HOT. THE END. although I do have to say, with time she's gotten significantly better-looking to me.


but maybe, I am just shallow.


love you Kate! rock on with your bad self! 


p.s. check out her photography book aimed at helping out with autism research and outreach. THAT IS ALSO COOL. 



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