Hollywood, CA – Now that the statues have been handed out and all the expensive jewelry has been returned, one final event remains for the 2011 awards season. Unlike the Academy Awards, this is the dreaded early morning call many actors, musicians, politicians, and athletes fear they’ll receive from their publicist.
Without further ado, America’s premier infidelity site, AshleyMadison.com, presents the winners of their Annual Infidelity Awards including the most-anticipated honor, The Best Affair Award.
Best Affair Award – To view all nominees and winner see AshleyMadison.com’s Best Affair Award Video. Nominees include:
- Arnold Schwarzenegger for his spot-on portrayal of an actor turned politician leading a double life trying to keep his American affluent family separate from his ghetto domestic one in “The Help.”
- Ashton Kutcher takes a cue from Woody Allan when, on the eve of his anniversary, he foregoes sex with his wife to one of stepdaugher’s age in “The Descendants”.
- Newt Gingrich for his portrayal of a hard-working presidential nominee scouring the political trail, while pandering for your vote — and threesomes in “War Horse”.
Old Dog to New Trick Award: Ashton Kutcher wins the gold for his portrayal as a happily married man and stepfather of three, despite secretly double dealing with damsels less than half his wife’s age.
Domestic Performance Award: Arnold Schwarzenegger wins the award here for raising an illegitimate son in his home without his wife noticing, and his well documented generous staff “bonuses.”
Foreign Fling Award: Dominique Strauss-Kahn for his convincing portrayal of a ‘crazy old man’ in the international thriller ‘Maid in Manhattan’.
Lustful Wanderer Award: Justin Theroux left his live-in girlfriend of 12 years for Jennifer Aniston after meeting her on the set of Wanderlust last year.
Political Perve Award: Newt Gingrich brings dimension to his craft. His portrayal of a Presidential candidate/swinger ranked among the years finest.
Virtual Villian Award: Anthony Weiner for putting together a great ‘little package’ for everyone on Twitter.
ffair of a Lifetime Award– John F. Kennedy, if he were still alive, we would be more than happy to present him with a lifetime membership to AshleyMadison.com.
According to Ashleymadison.com founder and CEO Noel Biderman, “The scandal of an affair always captivates the public and luckily, politicians and celebrities give us plenty of new material to focus on each year. The power that comes with fame makes them feel untouchable. Simply put, the more famous and successful you are, the more prone to cheating you are.”