Jason Sudeikis on sex with Olivia Wilde: ‘I have the greatest workout partner’ ever

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As bland as I find Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis to be as a couple, I must admit that they give good TMI, which is nice if you’re into that sort of thing. Jason is featured in the August issue of Elle (the one with Amanda Seyfried’s talking vagina on the cover), and he’s either very compatible with Olivia as far as their tendency to overshare goes … or he’s playing catchup games. Their future marriage could get interesting in the press is all I’m saying.

Thus far, Olivia has told the world that her ex-husband killed her vagina but that she and Jason enjoy “sex like Kenyan marathon runners.” Olivia has also developed quite a habit of chatting up Jason in general while also publicly fretting that she’ll lose him if she fails to be successful in acting. Well, Jason is getting ready to overshare too, so buckle up, boys and girls:

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His college crush on Ellen DeGeneres: “It was 100 percent for real. It was the gorgeous blue eyes. And she’s hilarious. That’s all it takes for me.”

His love story with Olivia: “I mean, what better story than meeting the girl of your dreams, sweeping her off her feet, and then being strong enough to carry her out? That’s my story.”

How he stays fit: “A lot of it comes from tiny things, like not eating barbecue sauce with my pizza at two in the morning. I think it’s all a manifestation of being happy and wanting to treat myself well. The truth is, I’m not getting up an hour earlier and walking on a treadmill. I have the greatest workout partner in the world. And you don’t need a gym membership for that kind of workout.”

Which is scarier, “SNL” or first-time sex? “Probably sex. [Laughs] I wasn’t as concerned that my parents were going to walk in in the middle of my first sketch. There are security guards there. That’s a big part of it.”

When’s the wedding? “Maybe next spring. We have jobs lined up. Our friends work in the business. We have to find a perfect venue. It starts there. The where is first, then the when and the who. The why and what we have on lockdown.”

[From Elle]

Yeah, Jason Sudeikis has a decent body, but he’s probably telling the truth about not going to the gym because he’s not all torqued out. Maybe he and Olivia are really telling the truth about their “marathon” sessions, but I tend to think they’re merely flattering each other in public as a form of foreplay. While I’m happy for them and their amazing sex life, I also don’t see the point of spending hours doing it. I mean, sure, it’s fun, but there is such a thing as going too long. At a certain point, one realizes there are other things that need to be done with all that time … like dealing with life itself.

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Olivia Wilde Jason Sudeikis

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  1. Sixer says:

    Ho ho ho. They do tantric sex.

    Sorry, but yawn @ them.

    • RocketMerry says:

      You know, I’m starting to think they actually DON’T have that great sex life, at all. Maybe they even barely do it.

      This stinks of: “Please, believe we’re sex Gods!! We really need to appear more sexy in order to sell our projects!”

      I call BS.

    • Katie says:

      Seriously! These two need to get over themselves. I have a feeling his success and fame (mild at best) will be fleeting.

  2. Eleonor says:

    Sex is important, but, my opinion, when you need to constant talk about how great, how amazing your sexlife is I smell smoke somewhere.

    • Dusty says:

      I agree!

    • TheOriginalKitten says:

      They’re gross.

      I agree that if you’re having great sex, there’s really no need to shout it to the world.
      Besides, my close friends ALWAYS know when I’m getting laid properly because I’m generally more chipper and glow-y.

      I don’t know what it is about these two but I find them so nauseating.

    • fingerbinger says:

      Jada Pinkett and Will Smith did that all the time too. I find it fishy when people volunteer information about their sex life.

    • Nerd Alert says:

      My fiance and I often cringe at 2 of our friends’ constant talking about sex, especially when their respective significant others are around and obviously uncomfortable with it.

      Then we learned something about each of them that spurred a phrase we always say: “those who talk about sex the most are the ones who aren’t having it, or aren’t having it good enough.”

      Sudeikis and Wilde just act like they never had good sex before each other and nobody else is having sex as good as theirs. Ridiculously ignorant.

      • Erinn says:

        We have a friend that was like that. He was embellishing his sex life A LOT. His fiance at the time (they’ve since broken up) walked in and point blank was like “We’re not even having sex”. It’s one of those horribly awkward moments for EVERYONE.

        To be fair, he’s a really good guy, but he has some self esteem issues from what I can tell and feels the need to try too hard.

      • Nerd Alert says:

        Ah, yes. The self esteem issues can bring this sort of thing about. One of the friends I mentioned is DEFINITELY like that. The locus of his identity is completely outside himself, he almost can’t function without attention or at least acknowledgment. When his boyfriend is out of town or something he will linger at our place for hours, and try to drink until he can’t drive so he doesn’t have to stay home alone. We always have to talk about him and reinforce his choices.

        The other one is just one of those guys who likes to get attention by getting a rise out of people. And then when I say that to him he’s all “you’re getting a RISE out of ME in that tight shirt right now, Lace.” Then his girlfriend rolls her eyes and is all “Babyyyyyyy! Gosh!” Rinse, repeat.

      • FLORC says:

        I guess we’ve all had those kinds of friends at some point in our lives. For lack of a better quote i’ll go with Margaret Thatcher – “Being powerful is like being a lady. If you have to tell people you are, you aren’t.” They should just let their PDA talk for them.

    • Emily C. says:

      Unless you’re making money from it. I think they know it gives them press.

    • Miss M says:

      I agree with everybody!

    • Badirene says:

      @ Eleonor That smoke you are smelling is probably the friction from all their humping.

      If I was him I would be very nervous about some of the things she had to say about her ex-husband, just keep her sweet.

      • Bobbiesue says:

        @Do tell! What did she say about her ex? Even a real prince isn’t good enough for her. Though she is from good stock herself. Her parents are both brilliant, highly intellectual and successful, to boot.

      • Badirene says:

        She trashed her ex pretty publicly about their love life, that her vagina had died and that Jason Sudeikis “jump started” it again, so to speak.

        The tone was it was all the ex-husbands fault, it just seemed crass and unfair as her ex hasn’t said a thing about her.

    • ALG says:

      Those who talk about it the most, have it the least.

      • mimi says:

        I have to agree, talking constantly to the press about all the sex you’re having usually means the opposite behind closed doors.

  3. Melissa says:

    Olivia used to have so much grace when she was married with that prince. Not that talking publicly about sex is a lack of it, but whatever happened to the element of surprise and mystery?

    If it’s that good, then there’s no need to talk about it. Most people enjoy sex and f$*# like you wouldn’t believe.

    P.S. She looks great without makeup.

  4. Heylee says:

    The only thing interesting to me about these two is that they look like the perfect picture of an asexual relationship and they talk like they reinvented sex…

    On a side note, I never thought that I could get enough sex until I met my fiancee who wants 10x more than I do! It is a little humbling, intimidating, but I am not complaining!!!

  5. aims says:

    I’m really not down with the all night sex. I’m not a prude, but dang, I have kids and a job. Mamma needs at least five hours of sleep to function.

  6. PrettyTarheelFan says:

    I love Floyd. That is all.

  7. Anon33 says:

    That’s it. I am officially sick of these two and their BS.

    • Holly says:

      Yup. You get only so many interviews where you go on and on about how much you screw (and I find the Kenyan runner analogy weirdly insulting) before someone tells you to call it a damn day!

      Were they both in sexless marriages before and never realized how this whole sex thing works? If so, maybe that’s why they keep acting as though they’ve reinvented the wheel.

      If it’s possible to jump the shark talking about your sex life publicly, these two have done it.

      • FLORC says:

        I was thinking the Kenyan comment was offensive too, but it’s sort of a continuous joke/compliment with runners. I and many others have been guilty of it.

        They have a narcissistic quality about them both. I agree with most here. They keep talking about sex like it’s all they have in common. Eventually you need to come up for air and bond past a physical and emotional level. I can’t see either as intellectuals though so if all they have is sex then more power to them. Just stop giving interviews about it. Makes them seem desperate.

    • Bobbiesue says:

      Totally agree. Keep it to yourself JS. They’re kind of cute together, but tired of hearing about their sex-life. Just more proof that once the oxytocin, new-relationship high wears off this couple will be kaputsville.

  8. Mitch Buchanan Rocks! says:

    He looks like Ben Affleck in the header photo.

    • Meaghan says:

      I know, was thinking the same thing. And the last one a bit too. I never saw it until now.

    • Katie says:

      yes! Almost exactly like him.

      And I don’t watch SNL so I was like “who the eff is this guy?”

  9. Jess says:

    How did these two get the impression that people are interested in their sex life? Surely Jason would have paid attention to the way Olivia’s “I let my vagina make all my major life decisions” revelation was received, so I guess this is what they’re branding themselves as. The couple who overshares despite the fact no one cares.

  10. Talie says:

    I can’t believe they didn’t ask him about January Jones… bad journalism.

  11. pao la says:


  12. Mew says:

    She’s so insanely worried “does he love me, what if he doesn’t love me” that she’s pretty much ready to do whatever and whenever, so of course the dude is enjoying the sex – she can’t say no in fear of not being loved.

    • RobN says:

      I don’t think she’s worried about that at all. I think she is begging compliments from random people. “Oh Olivia, you’re so beautiful and talented, he’d be crazy to ever let you go!!!” I think that’s the response she’s looking for. It’s like when crazy skinny chicks tell you how fat they’re getting; all they’re really doing is begging you to protest that they’re really incredibly skinny and hot. Predictable and boring.

  13. Scarlett says:

    They may be having great sex, but I doubt anyone really cares…well, besides them. I think they are a bland and boring couple but obviously, they are crazy about each other.

  14. SBJ says:

    I don’t care about these 2 so I will just comment on hours of sex part.

    You can do it for yours and keeping it fun with cudddles and sweet moments in between. I don’t consider it a waste of time

    Just not everyday as the next morning, there’s a good chance you’re too tired to be abble to do anything ! lol

  15. Alissa says:

    Its the quiet ones that get it all the time like Taylor Swift

  16. alison8761 says:

    Oh my god, shut up.

    Why are they both like this?

  17. lisa2 says:

    It is always like this in the beginning. Problem is when you have so much sex in the beginning when it start to level out and become “normal” couples start to think something is wrong with them.

    Just thinking this is why Summer romances don’t usually last. They burn so hot because you have a lot more free time. Which is why I never got into a new relationship in the Summers. I needed to start one when my work/life schedule was normal. So we could really gauge how much time we were realistically going to see each other. And to me that makes the sex very nice. Because you build that anticipation of having a looooonnnngggg time together. And you don’t have some unrealistic fantasy that you will be having sex every 20 minutes.

    • Micki says:

      I agree with your comment in general, just want to add that the “normal” couples have a serious adversary in the glossy magazines. All the headlines about:
      “Sex? At least 3 times a week!”
      “20 new exciting sex positions”
      “How to make him/her crazy about you” ets., ets.
      People compare and get frustrated as it seems that the whole world gets laid in 20 new exciting ways just she had her period last week and he’s on business trip this week…
      Expectations are high for many reasons.

      And what do you mean by “not having sex every 20 min.”?! I guess you’re no fan of Kenian marathon runners then…Just joking

    • Grumpycat says:

      EXACTLY! Here is my theory, she probably got married to her first love “the price”. Now that she found a second love, she only has the one to compare to and doesnt realize that all relationships fizzle and/or evolve out of the lust phase. This nonstop sexy-time always happens in the first couple of years and especially when you both constantly travel away from each other. I give it another 1-2 years and she is going to start feeling her “vagina dying” and be hit with the harsh reality that she had a distorted immature perception of relationships.

  18. Umila says:

    I mean, let your freak flag fly…but really? I would be embarrassed for life if my mother had to read something like that and I’m pretty sure all my older brothers would go crazy. Does anyone ever consider what their family would think? We know people have sex, but when you already lack privacy in Hollywood–that just seems to open you up for more scrutiny. ;)

  19. Tiffany :) says:

    I don’t think he was referring to sex in the headline. It seems they do a lot of biking, paddle boarding, walking, etc….so it kind of seemed like he was saying he doesn’t need to go to a gym because they are active in other ways.

    I know I am the minority, but I don’t find them irritating. They seem genuinely in love to me, so I’m happy for them. But I tend to celebrate people’s happiness, there is enough snark in the world without me adding to it…unless it is completely necessary, of course. ;)

  20. Jo says:

    Oh my god, yikes.

  21. Maria says:

    barking dogs dont bite. same goes for sex talk.

  22. tat2dgrl77 says:

    “At a certain point, one realizes there are other things that need to be done with all that time … like dealing with life itself.” Spoken like someone who isn’t having great sex with their partner. Just sayin’.

  23. Dot says:

    The more they keep blabbing about their relationship, the less time it’s gonna last. Don’t their PR teams teach them anything?

  24. Ginger says:

    I agree too much boasting is suspicious. However they are still in the honeymoon phase. and yes, I don’t need to hear about their sex lives. I don’t kiss and tell…not classy IMO.

  25. LNC says:

    Eh, I read it as prior to him she never had good sex. She married her ex at 19, the sex you accept at 19 is not what you accept at 27 or whatever her age is now. So she’s like a first timer who is overwhelmed by how great this is and wants to share it with everyone because you want others to know this great thing (sex)is happening. That’s why I cut her slack if I happen to click on a article on her on this site.

  26. Hannah says:

    You know who these two are starting to remind me of? Heidi and Seal.

  27. EscapedConvent says:

    I believe I would have to wax that man.

  28. Lark says:

    TMI. Hope this works out for both of them, because this oversharing is ridiculous.

  29. Beatrice says:

    Never really believed those who have to shout about how great their sex life is. It’s the quiet ones that are getting it. I have a friend that I’ve been suspicious of for a long time because she constantly talks about how much sex she and her husband have.
    A) I don’t want to hear it and
    B) I don’t believe it.

  30. Mia says:

    Ugh. That is all. Don’t want to think about these two having sex, and they just so effing boring.

  31. Bird says:

    Just stop it, already! Gross.

  32. metallicwow says:

    They strike me as two kinda immature and inexperienced people – they never had great sex before each other (with the added dynamic of her being way out of his league but her not realizing that and thinking he’s some sort of Adonis), and so they’re really gushy about it. I imagine they’ll calm down in a few years once they get used to it.

  33. Holden says:

    Hey guise, by workout partner I think he means sexy time!

  34. junegorilla says:

    He’s gross. He is, Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Ben Stiller, Jake Galafinakas…. SO many hideous men on screen.

  35. NEENAZEE says:

    Stop talking about your sex life every time someone puts a microphone in your face and grow the f-ck up…

  36. Wicked says:

    a class act, these two…

  37. Jess says:

    Anything classy is foreign to them. Both should really think before speaking.

  38. Jayna says:

    Well, I give him credit for not being a modelizer, only dating 22-year-old models like even average-looking celebs do once they hit it big. Olivia is age appropriate and while pretty, not a great beauty. I kind of liked the interview. You really get the vibe he loves the person she is and is crazy about her. Leo should take note and Adam Levine.

  39. anet says:

    Apparently this guy thinks he’s hot….(from comedic TO zexy) it’s like Jon Hamm in reverse. Too bad he too is not funny. Eck

  40. JoJo says:

    It’s so weird that this is always a main topic of conversation in all their interviews. And I agree with others who said – this type of intensity can’t last. It’s not sustainable, period. And when it starts to fade, they’ll think there’s something wrong and they’ll split up.

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    google: dweebisis

    (on the matter)

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  43. Delilah says:

    There only a few entertainers whose individual presence and careers are so well established they are not threatened, occluded or overshadowed by personal life details – like Pitt & Jole, Russell + Hawn…This isn’t one of them. Everyone I see them onscreen thoughts of their coupledom will detract from their performance(s).