The Girls Next Door: Kendra Thinks Holly's Hot, Hugh Hefner Sells Mansion
The Girls Next Door: Kendra Thinks Holly's Hot, Hugh Hefner Sells Mansion
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
As BuddyTV reported previously, the entire cast of The Girls Next Door has Holly Madison's back.  But among all her former co-stars, Kendra Wilkinson has been the most outspoken and encouraging about Madison's stint on Dancing with the Stars.

“Holly did so amazing on DWTS last night!  I didn't know she could work it like that on the dance floor, and she looked SMOKIN in that purple dress,” Wilkinson wrote of her former Girls Next Door costar in a blog post dated March 17.
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The judges, on the other hand, weren't as charitable as Wilkinson when it came to Madison's quickstep, citing that Madison looked like she was in a hurry.  Still, Wilkinson came to her friend's defense and praised her for being a vision on the dance floor.

“I don't care what the judges said or what score she got, my girl still killed it and she looked hotttt!” she wrote.

In other news, Playboy founder Hugh Hefner has decided to sell his family home for close to $28 million, according to the L.A. Times.  The walled estate lies on a two-acre lot located next to the Los Angeles Country Club and features rolling lawns, mature trees and a private pool area. The house also includes seven bedrooms and five bathrooms, a newly remodeled kitchen with a morning room, a butler's pantry, two staff rooms, formal living and dining rooms, a library, and a family room.  Most of all, it is located next door to the Playboy mansion, where the reality series The Girls Next Door is being filmed.

The two-story, 7,300-square-foot English manor-style home was built in 1929 and bought by Hefner in 1998.  It served as the primary residence for Hefner and his wife Kimberly and their two sons.  The Hefners are reportedly selling the house because their two sons will be heading to college.



-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: LA Times, People
(Image courtesy of Startraks Photo)

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