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Gerard Butler Makes Shortlist for Scottish Fashion Icon Award!

Gerard Butler Makes Shortlist for Scottish Fashion Icon Award!

Gerard Butler shows off his chest hair while heading out for lunch with a friend at Real Food Daily Restaurant on Monday (September 9) in Los Angeles.

The 43-year-old actor was spotted chatting on the phone while touching down at LAX Airport.

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It was recently announced that Gerard has made the shortlist for the Scottish Fashion Icon Award, which will be presented at the 2013 Scottish Fashion Awards on October 9 in London, England. Vote for him now!

The list also includes Gemma Cairney, Thom Evans, Calvin Harris, Andy Murray, James McAvoy, and Julianne Moore.

10+ pictures inside of Gerard Butler grabbing lunch at Real Food Daily Restaurant…

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  • @Astronaut


    He also never said they reconciled after publicly saying they had broken up.

    He’s not a fool, publicly say he broke up with somebody and then go and reconcile. In 2006 at Comic-Con, he was on a break from his then GF and was asked if he was dating somebody. He could have said they had broken up but he wanted that GF back so he said: “Kinda….!”

  • 😊 😊 GFW 😊 😊

    I owe her an apology. I apologize to SUNKIST. I miss-read it not catching the bit that bikers were denied. Good catch! My mistake, totally.

  • @GFW

    @😊 GFW 😊: He’d totally empty them.


    @😊 GFW 😊: Yes, clarify this please. What’s “dumb” about the law in DC giving a religious group FREEDOM to march in DC but denying another group the same freedom???

    Explain please. I think it’s absolutely wrong to deny the bikers. Here’s my plan, let them both march.

    Again, why was my question “dumb”? We’re waiting, tap tap tap.


    @😊 😊 GFW 😊 😊: Ok got your apology, thanks.

  • gossipguy

    I feel patriotic today. God Bless America and our bikers!

  • 😊 😊 GFW 😊 😊

    Good to know. It is.
    My bad. You’re welcome.
    ~K 😊 😊

  • What a load

    @Lord Love a Duck:
    That was callous on their part to pick 9/11 or even a date near this considering why this date is even important now. I have no problem with Muslims but I think they would want others to be respectful of important religious dates, they should return the favor. With Freedom comes responsibility and respect.

  • Thunder rolling

    @😊 😊 GFW 😊 😊: Thought you worked in DC. You should have felt the vibrations. What a stupid stunt DC pulled by not issuing a permit.
    “”We find this regretful for the residents and businesses of that great city, and humbly offer our apologies,” organizers of the ride said Friday on Facebook. “What could have been a one or two hour ride through will now likely be an all day event.”
    Ha, way to go ‘Rolling Thunder’. Stopping at every light, pedistrian crossing. Hope they tie up traffic all day long.
    Shame on our nations capital that spits in the face of pride and patriotism in exchange for Muslims marching to protest
    SUNKIST, your a little behind the times. It’s a done deal.

  • God Bless yoou all!

    “But you, LORD, are a shield around me, my glory, the One who lifts my head high.” Psalm 3:3

  • sigh

    Double sigh. Then let us prepare for the status quo or worse.

  • sigh

    @Cinderella: Except he is in a business where image is everything.

  • GFW

    No, I do not work in DC.
    And this might not go over well, but I don’t listen to a lot of news or watch it either.
    who was here on 9/11/2001 (4 miles from the Pentagon) and will never forget it because that day forever changed my life…

  • Can’tGetEnough Don’t wanna be that girl that tweets about celeb sightings but… My night got a lot better when Gerard Butler walked into @RockandReilly

  • Can’tGetEnough

    I wonder what he’s reading!!
    10 minutes ago Β· Cafe Primo, Sunset Plaza.
    Petit dej avec Gerard Butler #300 #TeamSpartiate #Hollywood #CafePrimo #SunsetPlaza

  • 6641259


  • hee-hee

    @Thunder rolling: Hello JS.

  • Autumn

    Hi JJers! Back from Scotland with a bad case of bronchitis – had to attend a 9/11 Ceremony this morning – very moving. Haven’t read the entire thread just skimmed.

    Comments on:
    1. Scottish Fashion Award – okay – why not – he cleans up well. Agree with fellow posters he looks like he pulls his clothes from the dryer and puts them on – so what – He dresses like most SoCal people on a hot day in LA – not sure about those trainers though!
    2. March in DC today was planned in August and it was the AMPAC – American Muslim Political Action Committee protesting racial profiling and it was peaceful with less than 1,000 people not 1 million.
    3. Bikers not getting a permit – perhaps they didn’t file on time which happens – I was in traffic today – not too bad – my brothers are bikers so glad they got to to show support to the victims of 9/11 by riding their bikes; however, the DC news showed some really awful comments by said bikers which runs counter to what 9/11 means to many of us (not all Muslims are terrorists).
    4. While in Scotland, i watched a complete series of documentaries on 9/11 by Neil/Doug (?) Campbell and it was amazing to watch.

    NOW back to Gerry! Hope he is reading a script worth doing; resting and contemplating his plans for the future. Don’t care who he is or is not dating.

    Hope everyone is doing well! Staying safe, sane, happy and healthy. Will pull my pictures of Scotland together this weekend and post the link for the folks here who are interested and asked for them.

    Stay well all!

  • Can’tGetEnough

    @Autumn: Hi Autumn! Welcome home. Sorry to hear about your bronchitis. Hope you’re feeling well soon. Would love to see your pictures so be sure to post them.

  • Wiley

    “(not all Muslims are terrorists).”
    I think most here understand that but it was Muslim Extremists that caused 9-11 , can you honestly say that there was no other day for them protest other than the very day that caused so many Americans pain???

  • Prancing Pony

    @Autumn: Hey there, Autumn :) Welcome back! Hope you had a wonderful time in Scotland :)

  • Autumn

    @Wiley: Would a different demonstration date made any difference? My having survived 9/11 unscathed while some friends were not so lucky – the DC protestors were not protesting 9/11 but the racial profiling that came afterwards and continues to be prevalent – there were also all types of ethnicities represented in their march today (black, muslim, jews, white, catholic, baptists, etc. – they were promoting tolerance & peace) – their walk was peaceful and quiet until the religious zealots appeared screaming at them with homemade signs with “Jesus Saves!” “Methodists don’t bomb office buildings!” etc. This was a handful of people but this is America and everyone has the right to their own opinion and to protest as is our right on any given day.

    People in this country get profiled every day – having just come back from travel – I got pulled for a security search in London – didn’t bother me at all. I’ve reddish blonde hair with blue eyes should I have protested that they profiled me as an IRA or Scottish person of interest.

    Sorry I’m tired and sick with bronchitis; been to 2 memorials today for 9/11 so please remember that no one ever forgets and some of us remember this day too clearly and it haunts us.

    Off my soapbox and returning this thread to GB and what it’s supposed to be about. Sorry GB fans!


  • GFW

    Hi Autumn, glad your move to one of the coolest parts of the U.S.A. is going well. It’s a place you can do it all. Fast or slow. I bet you’d have preferred to stay in Scotland than get back in one of the nation’s worst areas for traffic? And back to work? Eek! That’s said, I don’t drive, but use public transportation, which is affected by whatever is going on, and there is always a lot going on. [read: was late for work today]
    Not to you. I will.
    Carry on all!

  • Prancing Pony

    @Can’tGetEnough: “I wonder what he’s reading!!”
    Mmmmm….I wonder too…hopefully it’s something really great that’s work-related :)
    Thanks for posting the links CGE :)

  • cupcake

    Hi Autumn hope your feeling better.

  • sigh

    Well I think that date was chosen specifically to get attention for their little protest. It would not take a rocket scientist to predict the kneejerk reaction that is occurring. Perhaps the point I guess. Still a bit disrespectful . It might only serve to heat up bad feelings that has started to subside.

  • Maggie P.U.

    @218…They filed on time Autumn….I have quite a few friends riding in that….Plus, I know who made what calls and so forth. I couldn’t go because of my knee. Being a Veteran and as an American I have been on both sides of the fence. it is not always profiling as you suggest….it is actually dealing with the concerns and matters at hand. For example, some of those riders have had boots on the ground…literally. have you? Some of those have seen friends literally blown up, have you….Some of those have seen women and children used as shields….The older veterans…lost friends in Pearl, the Bataan March and so forth….so no it is not always profiling. You may have a job that puts you places…but you will never be where many have been. Both past and present. My Dad, a 3 tour Nam Vet…had every right to put his 2 cents in….because he was there…as were the others as they are now.

    True, there is profiling, but not as the Veterans have and do. Appearance is not always everything. It is what seen and what is held inside. The Japanese tried to apologize for Pearl (finally). The Veterans there at the meeting said no…can forgive but never forget. Forgetting is the hardest of the 2 and that is the hardest to overcome. 9/11, Benghazi….and others will not be forgotten. In turn, there are reasons for what is done and being done. BTW…I am a MC Vet and stand with my brothers and sisters.

    Hope you feel better.



  • Autumn

    Thanks all for the nice comments. It’s been a tough day to say the least.

    GERRY – please be reading a script for a film worth making ?!? Need some film eye candy badly.

    Best to everyone!

  • Petpeeves

    “There comes a time in your life, when you walk away from all the drama and people who create it. You surround yourself with people who make you laugh, feel good and offer solutions. Forget the bad, learn to manage your past, and focus on the good. What we do for others. Love the people who treat you right, pray for the ones who don’t. Life is too short to be anything but happy. Falling down is a part of life, getting back up is living.”
    This is a quote from author Jose’ N. Harris. I see you’re still stealing other people’s material!

  • Autumn

    @Maggie P.U.: Maggie PU – you forget that I work for our government and have served for more than 3 decades having seen lots of the things you describe so yeah my boots have been on the ground more times than I want to count in more ways than I can describe but can’t. Let’s leave it at that okay.

    My father was in WWII at Hiroshima 10 days after the bomb dropped and is now in a wheelchair because of it – he’s 91 – want me to send you photos of what an ABomb did to an entire population in Japan – it’s not pretty; 1 brother was a Navy Seal; 2 brothers were Army Rangers (1 didn’t return from Nam); and my youngest brother was a Marine.

    So my family (uncles, cousins, etc.) have served and done it’s share since WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Desert Storm, Iraq & Afghanistan – 2 of my bros rode today. But you had to listen to the DC news to hear some comments that weren’t about the 9/11 victims – it had racial undertones and that was ugly. Some of the comments made put a lot of good people into an undeserved category. My one brother called me after hearing the news report and said some of the guys there were upset for all of the wrong reasons and there were some nasty comments made, but he & his friends were riding for their friends lost, 9/11 victims in NY/DC/PA.

    MPU – I recently lost 2 friends a few months ago in Sudan but that didn’t make the news or any comments from anyone since they were doing their job with boots on the ground just not in a uniform. I respect & understand your opinion and view – trust me my boots are always on the ground – they are tired and dirty.

    Can we please return this to a GButler thread and not about war/politics and other things some of us have to deal with on a daily basis. Sorry I brought this up, but was responding to skimmed posts that I read today.


  • No Way!

    @Petpeeves: Wait, NO, I thought only Maddie did that? (I Like Maddie)

  • What a load

    I agree with Wiley, while I do sympathize with those folks (Muslim, African American, Asians) who are undergoing this type of discrimination, they will not get much support from their fellow Americans when they do it on a date where so many innocent lives where taken by a certain sec of the Muslim religion. How would you feel if on say December 25th a radical sec of Catholics decided to murder all Doctors who have been known to perform abortions, then another sec who believed in ProLife decided to hold a rally against abortion on Dec 25th all the following years after?? Respect with get you respect but disrespect will get you nothing but resentment. Many Americans have given up a lot of their freedoms for the safety of others. We all have suffered at the airports and other big profile attractions and while I’m sure many American Muslims have experienced more discomfort , it would not hurt their cause to rally on a different day of the year. How about Martin Luther King day??!!?? That seems more appropriate than on the anniversary of an event that killed hundreds of innocent Americans by an extremist group.
    But hey you know everything so why even bother trying to reason with you or them. The majority of Americans will simply resent you and those like you even more and no one will win!!!!!

  • What a load

    BTW lets not forget this incident which many Muslims agreed was inappropriate. I know several that feel that certain extreme Muslim groups cause this type of resentment deliberately. They wany Americans to hate the Muslim religion so they can get more converts. Its called manipulation and politicians are not the only ones who know how to do it.

  • What a load

    @Autumn: Grandfather and 5 great Uncles all WWII, Father and 4 Uncles Korea and Vietnam, 2 brothers and 9 cousins all in Iraq, Kuwait and Afghanistan. Of these 10 did not come back. Our family tree has definitely served to protect our freedoms. And many have given the ultimate sacrifice. Will you be sympathetic when another Muslin group decides to rally at the Boston Marathon next year?? You know the Boston Bombers were also Muslim, doesn’t really help their case.

  • ATTN

    Some facts about the Muslim March on D.C. – from the Huffington Post:
    “The American Muslim Political Action Committee (AMPAC) which organized the rally is led by M.D. Rabbi Alam, a 9/11 truther who has propagated anti-Semitic causes related to the terrorist attacks 12 years ago.
    In addition, the Huffington Post notes, the DC Area 9/11 Truth Movement and Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth Movement are currently listed as partners of the event β€” all of which, in addition to the chosen date of the march, has reportedly upset many observers.”

  • ATTN

    The choice to march on 9/11 was deliberate, as the event was co-sponsored by the Truthers.
    God bless bikers! β™₯

  • ATTN

    Pretty hypocritical when a march to end discrimination against Muslims is led by a bigot who supports anti-Semitic causes.
    God bless bikers! β™₯

  • OMG

    Get off of Autumn already. She has an opinion like everyone else here – she spoke her mind – she has served her country along with her family as have most of yours. Autumn – I totally understand your POV and you are entitled to that opinion as you’ve earned it!

    Can we get back to Gerry now!

  • Maggie P.U.

    Autumn 230:

    “Can we please return this to a GButler thread and not about war/politics and other things some of us have to deal with on a daily basis. Sorry I brought this up, but was responding to skimmed posts that I read today”

    I forget nothing. Unlike you I do not talk about my job…being in the Government or anything of the sort. Second, I also as I am sure many other have kin in the military that go way back…I definitely do. I have also been in country…and I have also worked for the Government….so what. I do not bring it to a gossip board. I am not saying you do all the time, but a good bit. I do not need to put what I have done or do out there…no one cares. They are happy in their jobs, home and so forth. Like you said…return to a GB thread. All I wanted to do was interate that it is not all about profiling. Those riders have their reasons and it is not profiling, That was all. Done.



  • WTF

    What are you the Board Mommy? There is nothing going on with Gerry so get off your high horse and go do something with your spare time, what I mean is something useful.

  • Autumn

    Folks, you obviously didn’t understand my posts at all! I think both groups have a right to do whatever they want – it’s not sympathy, it’s an American right to protest under the Constitution. My problem with today was the racial remarks made by a few people due to whatever their issues are against an entire group people protesting in a peaceful manner – this was broadcast on national news.

    Living in DC – this gets old when you hear it from albeit well meaning, but uninformed individuals who think they speak for so many when they spew hate and negativity at protests. It just perpetuates the problem. Trust me, we have plenty of problems and not enough solutions.

    I’m done here. Tired and came back to see if anything new on my guilty pleasure of GButler, but this isn’t going happen tonight I see. Trust me, I’ll be in my black suit, white shirt with my American Flag lapel pin proudly displayed as I work for my country – thankful that I’m still here to do so as many friends are no longer able to do so and I never forget that even after all these years.

    Stay sane all!

  • Helen

    @WTF: Right. Gerry’s doing nothing lately, he’s a dud. What’s important is that people feel they can post what they want without board enforcers taking over.

    Praying for all the victims and families of 9/11 and for the gracious and thrilling biker ride into DC. You are heroes for taking a stand. Thank you!

  • Liz

    “Can we get back to Gerry now!”
    What do you suggest we discuss about him? He’s doing nothing. Do you expect people to talk for days on end about the clothes he wore on the way to getting lunch? How dare people talk about 9.11 on 9.11! I guess it’s time to post more old pictures of Gerard from a decade ago that we’ve all seen a hundred times. Ya, that will be exciting. But let’s not reflect on 9.11 on this day in particular, because we might miss out on all those great posts about Gerard walking, sitting in a chair, or staring at a piece of paper.

  • Petpeeves

    @No Way!: That’s another one who never had an original thought in her head and way overestimated her importance in Gerard Butler’s life. Thanks for bringing that up!

  • pfft
  • Beeshneesh

    A day in the life of Gerard Butler. 9/11/13.

    Slept late, rolled bedhead in drool.
    Rolled out of bed, threw on filthy cargo shorts.
    Scratched ba/ll/s, used same fingers to pick food out of teeth.
    Dropped off by Amy at the Starbucks on Robertson so paps could get plenty of shots.
    Waved at strangers just because one or two might be young girls.
    Pretended to chat on mobile but secretly checking out the hordes of paps following behind.
    Met Alan for free range raw gluten-free vegan treehugger’s delight rainforest safe fair trade plate o’cr/ap de jour.
    Found out no scripts coming in.
    Back at the house, walks by mirror and checks to see if a/s/s has grown. Nope, none yet.
    Channel surfs and settles on Soap Opera channel, finds an old Young and Restless marathon.
    Squeals, “oh you go Catherine Chancellor! You go girl!”
    Falls asleep in sweaty heap as the sun sets over Los Feliz.
    No messages, no texts, no one calls on mobile..

  • Too Mean
  • What???


    I agree about all of it except the soap part. I think instead he puts in a dvd of one of his old movies and thinks dyamn I’m good. lol

  • seriously

    I’m guessing it is more like watching a porn marathon and then fells asleep having lost the feeling in his right hand!

  • Nicole

    @GerardButler I followed you on twitter because you are sitting next to us whilst we are having dinner and I’m too shy to say hi/ LA