PSOTW: Bree Olson

Welcome to the third installment in Dog Blog’s popular weekly feature Porn Star of the Week where we showcase a rising or established porn star. Today, we salute Bree Olson (pictured at left).

Lately, Olson’s been in the headlines more for her life outside porn than her work in the industry — most notably, as the live-in girlfriend of the ongoing train wreck that is actor Charlie Sheen. She also made a short-lived appearance on the E! reality show Keeping Up With the Kardashians where she was hired as a nanny, but was dismissed within hours by Kim, Kortney and Khloe’s mom Kris for conduct unbecoming a children’s caregiver. She also had a cameo in Flo Rida’s 2010 rap video “Zoosk Girl”.

As a porn star, Olson’s made over 200 films. While she was born in Houston in 1986, she grew up in Indiana. Her first job, in fact, was as a corn detassler. Following high school, she applied to study medicine at Indiana University, but in 2006 she entered the porn industry, choosing Olson as her stage name in homage to the Olsen twins.

Speaking of Indiana, on Sunday that state will be the site of Super Bowl XLVI when the New England Patriots and New York Giants meet at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis (CTV, 5:25 p.m. kick-off).

The game is a rematch of Superbowl XLII which was played on Feb. 3, 2008, and saw the Giants eke out a 17-14 win on a last-minute TD pass from QB Eli Manning to receiver Plaxico Burress. If you recall, the Patriots had sported a 18-0 record heading into the game, and the loss spoiled their bid to become only the second team in NFL history after the 1972-73 Miami Dolphins to go undefeated through an entire season.

The Pats didn’t go undefeated this year, but at 13-3 they certainly were dominant. Most of the season, it was the offense that was the strength of the team, but in their march to the AFC crown (a 45-10 evisceration of the Denver Broncos, followed by a hard-fought 23-20 victory over the Baltimore Ravens) the defence really stepped up.

With the Giants, the sense of deja vu is even stronger. In 2007-08, they got off to a slow start, losing their first two games, but rebounded from there to gain a wild-card berth with a 10-6 record. With each road playoff victory — starting in Tampa Bay against the Buccaneers, and continuing with wins in Dallas against the Cowboys and Green Bay against the Packers (on an OT field goal by Lawrence Tynes) — they continued to gather momentum, so that by the time they reached the Superbowl they were playing their best football of the season.

This year, the Giants stumbled to a 9-7 record, and didn’t secure a playoff berth until the final week when they beat the Cowboys at home to win the NFC East. Like their championship season, they then proceeded to go on a tear — squashing the Atlanta Falcons at home 24-2, then beating the Packers 37-20 at Green Bay, and finally winning the NFC crown with a 20-17 win over the San Francisco 49ers at Candlestick Park on an OT field goal by, you guessed it, Lawrence Tynes.

The Patriots are 3 point favourites, but a big question mark surrounds the health of star tight end Rob Gronkowski who suffered a high ankle sprain in the AFC final against Baltimore on Jan. 22. If he’s hobbled, as appears likely, that will put a dent in the Patriots’ high octane offence. Still, the game should be a barnburner. Half-time entertainment will be by Madonna, while former American Idol Kelly Clarkson will sing the national anthem.

Author: Gregory Beatty

Greg Beatty is a crime-fighting shapeshifter who hatched from a mutagenic egg many decades ago. He likes sunny days, puppies and antique shoes. His favourite colour is not visible to your puny human eyes. He refuses to write a bio for this website and if that means Whitworth writes one for him, so be it.

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