We caught up with DJ—we mean Candace…—at the The Starlight Awards in Los Angeles on Sept.25, where she was joined by John and her on-screen father When Candace was asked who in Hollywood she could see John with, she laughed and said she couldn’t think of anyone specific—but there was one thing she had in mind.“Someone who makes him happy,” she gushed. “I did it because I, like everybody else, wanted to [bleep] a supermodel, and I did,” Rasmussen confesses during a visit to The Post.(No names, please.) Or the passionate French kiss she shared with willowy Rebecca Romijn-Stamos in Brian De Palma’s 2002 jewel-heist thriller “Femme Fatale.” “It was fantastic,” Rasmussen gushes.His charming presence has a way of melting even the coldest of hearts. We are the first to admit here on the blog that we have had a massive man-crush on this actor for a very long time.It seems like people want to know everything about this John, including his age, his relationship history and what he looks like shirtless!
Born: 6-Nov-1972Birthplace: Berkeley, CAGender: Female Race or Ethnicity: White Sexual orientation: Straight Occupation: Model, Actor Nationality: United States Executive summary: Swimsuit supermodel Rebecca Romijn has described her family as "Berkeley hippies" and practicing nudists.All that she knew was she's wishing to do something but she definitely had no money, but not until the day her friend hooked her up with an agency. Soon thereafter, in 1995, she left the university with the intention to pursue a better career for which she had to move to Paris, got a cover of French Elle, and stayed for two and a half years there.This page is based on a Wikipedia article written by contributors (read/edit).Eight years after she and John Stamos parted ways, Rebecca Romijn is content with her life -- exactly as it is.Married to Jerry O'Connell since 2007 and mom to twin daughters Dolly and Charlie, 4, Romijn said she is constantly amazed by her daughters -- and glad they get on so well. "Two was always the goal, and we got that and here we are." Fortunately, Dolly and Charlie entertain themselves. "They are each other's best playdates." "They keep each other such great company and they play so well but they also fight and it turns on a dime, she said.