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Mar. 31 2009, Published 10:30 a.m. ET

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Kellie Pickler may be asking her singer-songwriter boyfriend Kyle Jacobs to don a kilt after her experience at the Dressed To Kilt fashion show held Monday at NYC’s M2.

“I think it’s sexy,” the American Idol alum says in her trademark Southern drawl. “I think it’s great. Real men wear kilts.”

What does she like most about it?

“What’s not underneath, so I hear,” she laughs.

Luckily, Gossip Girl star Ed Westwick is happy to oblige and don the evening’s fashion must-have.

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“I’m going to be shy and wear my underwear,” the proud Brit says.

Is he wearing designer underwear?

“Oh, I don’t know. I can’t remember what ones I put on.”

(Stumped!)

Sean Connery, who hosts the event, shares his thoughts on current Bond Daniel Craig.

“He’s excellent,” the five-time James Bond says in a Scottish brogue. “Excellent. I taught him everything he knows!”

Who should be the next Bond girl?

“I don’t know any girls,” the Edinburgh native laughs.

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The grandfatherly actor, 78, has been wed to Micheline since 1975.

What’s the secret to a happy marriage?

“I’m divorcing next year,” he yuks.

 Here comes Real Housewives of NYC Alex McCord with hubby Simon van Kempen. She’s donning a tartan she got when she was 19. Her requirement for men in kilts?

“The man wearing the kilt has to have good legs,” she says.

Andie MacDowell and daughters Rainey and Sarah Margaret slide through, regaling everyone with their Scottish heritage. They hail from the Dowell clan, which dates back to the 1700s.

Time for the show…

Dressed to Kilt benefits the Wounded Warriors program and the Paralyzed Veterans of America through Friends of Scotland, a non-profit corporation dedicated to advancing contemporary Scottish interests in the United States.

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