Meghan McCain revealed to "Extra" her pick of stars to play her parents John and Cindy on the big screen. "I think if there were an actor to play my father, it would be Robert Duvall, because dad's a big fan of his." Meghan suggested that mom Cindy would be played by a glamorous legend "like Sharon Stone."
"Extra" wants to know -- Who should play the Arizona Senator and his wife?
Don't see the stars you're thinking of? Leave a comment below -- and let us know who!
Senatorial spawn and blogette Meghan McCain says papa John McCain intimidates her potential suitors.
During an interview with "Extra's" Mario Lopez, M.M. said, "I think guys just get nervous maybe, or unfortunately there are guys that want to say they're dating John McCain's daughter." Miss McCain is open to dating a guy of any affiliation, "I date republicans, democrats and independents. Anyone who has a sense of humor."
The 24-year-old daughter of Cindy and John McCain confesses she has little time for the opposite sex. She's busy making a name for herself! Meghan is writing about politics and pop culture for TheDailyBeast.com.
The opinionated blonde tells Lopez her writing style comes daddy's gene pool. "People keep saying, 'Oh, she's just like her dad' -- I enjoy writing and speaking for people who aren't being spoken for."
"Extra" wants to know -- who do you think should play the Arizona Senator and his wife on the big screen?
It's official: Cindy McCain was considering competing on "Dancing with the Stars" -- until hubby John nixed the idea!
The Arizona senator told Larry King last night, "Well, we discussed it ... but we decided it just was not a good idea. You know, Cindy's on her second knee. She's had it replaced... It would have been very challenging."
Did former First Lady hopeful Cindy McCain really want to trade in her heels for dancing shoes to appear on "Dancing with the Stars"?
According to Page Six, that's true! Rumor has it Cindy chatted with producers about appearing on the show -- but hubby John pulled the plug on that idea. "Just before Thanksgiving, Cindy McCain started talks with producers to appear as a dancer on the show," dished a source. "She wanted to do it very badly" but the Arizona senator "put the kibosh on it."
Reps for "DWTS" and McCain didn't return calls from the newspaper.
Her husband lost the presidential election last week, now Cindy McCain is facing a public scandal. The National Enquirer has made startling allegations against Cindy -- alleging that the blonde beauty is having a very public affair!
Although it can't be verified that it is Cindy in the pictures, the National Enquirer has released photos of a woman who looks like Mrs. McCain kissing another man. The grainy snapshots, allegedly of Cindy, were taken at a 2006 music festival in Tempe, Ariz. An onlooker claims to have seen the senator's wife with a mystery man at two other concerts in 2005. He is described as resembling a washed-up 80's rocker.
During the GOP's presidential campaign, Cindy told "Extra" that her bond with John was strong. "We have a wonderful family," said Mrs. McCain. "Being the last person he talks to at night, and the first person in the morning -- makes a big difference."
John McCain is 72, Cindy is 54. The McCain camp refuses to comment on the story.
Is it true that both Cindy and John McCain lied about their ages when they first met?
Yes! They both fibbed about their ages when they met at a Navy cocktail party in Hawaii in 1979. John said he was four years younger -- and Cindy said she was four years older! The couple didn't come clean until over a year later.
The candidate's wife reveals on tonight's episode of "20/20," "We lied to each other about our ages and found out when we got our marriage license. Age didn't matter to either one of us." The McCains are 18 years apart and have been married for almost thirty.
Also on "20/20," Michelle Obama talks about how Barack popped the question. She tells Diane Sawyer, "The waiter came over with the dessert and a tray -- and there was the ring. I was completely shocked." Barack and Michelle dated for two years before they walked down the aisle in October 1992.
Catch the full interviews with the women behind the candidates when "20/20" airs tonight on ABC.
The choices are have been made and the battle is on -- for First Lady of Fashion! And it's time to vote!
Cindy McCain's Oscar de la Renta dress cost $3,000, but it was her spectacular 3-karat diamond earrings, which cost a whopping $280,000, that are making news. Cindy, a liquor heiress worth an estimated $100 million, also wore a pearl necklace with a $25,000 price tag. But hey, if you're not going to bust out your best jewelry when your husband is nominated for President, when will you?
The price of Michelle Obama's lovely Maria Pinto green dress is a closely guarded secret, but a coat in the collection retails for $2,300, and Michelle's pin was pretty, but clearly wasn't from Tiffany & Co.
GOP presidential hopeful John McCain accepted his party's nomination, and gave a nod to rival Barack Obama at the RNC in St. Paul, Minn. last night. "Despite our differences, much more unites us than divides us," the Senator told a screaming crowd.
Echoing Obama's call for change, McCain asserted, "Let me just offer an advance warning to the old, big-spending, do-nothing, me-first-country-second crowd: Change is coming."
McCain, 72, vowed to include both Republicans and Democrats in Keep Reading...