Blubbery Jack Nicholson has a whale of a time in St Barts... but still draws the females


Last updated at 10:42 31 March 2008

The only thing slick about him is the hair plastered wetly to his head.

But that doesn't stop the Jack Nicholson charm working its magic on the voluptuous supporting cast he attracts as soon as he hits the beach.

With his own cleavage rapidly expanding, perhaps they should have been discussing the merits of bikini tops for men. Extra-large of course.

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Belly watch: Jack Nicholson proved he is an enormous star in every sense as he holidayed in St Barts yesterday


Still got it: Jack flashed his trademark grin to a bevy of bikini-clad beauties

At 70 and still a Hollywood player, Nicholson shows no sign of losing his love of flirting with beautiful young women.

With that manic grin and laconic conversation, he doesn't even have to hold his belly in.

Holidaying on the Caribbean island of St Bart's, the actor held court with girls young enough to be his granddaughters.

His youngest daughter, 17-year-old Lorraine Nicholson, sunbathed nearby as her father charmed the fans.

She was accompanying him on holiday ahead of his 71st birthday next month.

Nicholson cooled off by diving into the water and splashing around in the surf before making his rather ungainly exit.

One onlooker said: "He looked really content and chilled out. He seemed to be really enjoying the attention from his two young admirers."

And while the sight of a 70-year-old senior heaving himself out of the surf is rarely the answer to a maiden's prayer, Jack The Lady-Killer had bikini-clad women flocking to be by his side.

The 70-year-old, a father of five, still indulges in a party-loving lifestyle and has a well documented weakness for beautiful women, but the lothario admits his ageing body is slowing him down.

He says: "You're never too old. But I'm not as wild as I used to be.

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Unsteady: The actor made a rather ungraceful exit from the surf

"I found out those days had gone when I made The Shining. I thought: 'I'm going to burn London to the ground every night!'

"A few weeks into filming I jumped over a wall and I was out, hurt my back and I was laid up for eight weeks.

"That started me thinking, 'Hey maybe I should pay attention to my job and not think about how wild I can be.'

"I'm a quieter, more introspective man than I was 20 years ago."

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Wave rider: A marine mammal? No, here's Jack, at one with nature

Before his summer escape, Nicholson took time out to throw his weight behind Hillary Clinton's campaign for presidency.

He took his endorsement to the internet with a humorous collection of clips that put his support into the mouths of his most film famous characters.

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Summer loving: Is lothario Jack eyeing up his next conquest?

"And now folks, it's time for who do you trust. Hubba, hubba, hubba. Money, money, money," Nicholson, as The Joker, asks his audience in the video titled Jack and Hill.

"There is nothing on this earth sexier, believe me gentlemen, than a woman you have to salute in the morning," Nicholson says in a clip from the 1992 military drama A Few Good Men.

The video, which debuted on YouTube, was put together with help from director Rob Reiner, said Jack and Hill spokesman Yusuf K. Robb.

It was done without the Clinton campaign's endorsement, Robb added.

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