Ok so, imagine you are a model. You are in the back changing into your next runway outfit, and pay no attention to the strange martial arts demonstration going on outside. You would HOPE that someone would come tell all the models that the martial arts guys put a giant hole in the stage, and to be careful not to fall through. Because surely, someone would come backstage and say “hey ladies, there is a big hole in the stage, don’t walk in it!” When that doesn’t happen, this does:
Archive for October, 2007
Well, after Esquire magazine branded Charlize Theron the sexiest woman alive, there was no doubt Maxim magazine would have to label someone just the opposite. The lucky person to receive the “Unsexiest woman” award is none other than “Sex in the City” star, Sarah Jessica Parker, 42. While we wouldn’t go so far as to call her the unsexiest, I guess the public thinks otherwise. We could think of far better candidates for that award. Rounding out the top five on the list: (2) Amy Winehouse, (3) Sandra Oh, (4) Madonna, and (5) the always classy Britney Spears. You can read the rest of the article on Maxim’s website.
At 32 years of age, Charlize is definitely looking good. After having achieved such awards as an Oscar, Golden Globe, and a Screen Actors Guild award, Esquire has voted her the sexiest woman alive for 2007. You can read the in depth interview with some great pictures of her here.
This dress is from a designer named Manish Arora. Much like his website, this dress is very confusing. Neon lime, purple, pink, blue and orange should not even be next to each other in a box of crayons. I had a nightmare once that I left my neon crayons outside in the sun all day. The result was a mixture not unlike what you are seeing here. From the Spring/Summer 2008 “Ready to Wear” collection by Manish, most of the entire line unveiled at Paris Fashion Week looks just like this one. If you happen to like faces on your dresses, this one is for you! Otherwise, try to block this picture out of your long term memory.
Why would Paris go on the David Letterman show and not expect Letterman to grill her about her recent stint in the big house. After coming on the show, Letterman proceeds to get a few “digs” in about her recent time in jail. She responds with a visual feeling of discomfort, only to tear up after a few repeated questions by Dave. I seem to recall her saying that this made her “stronger”. She should have never agreed to come on the show knowing that the “jail” subject would definitely be touched on by Letterman. You can see the video here: