Monday, July 20, 2009

Lindsay Lohan in Vogue Spain

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Sooner or later there comes a time in all of our lives when we realize that sometimes, no matter how hard we try, we cannot always get what we want. Lindsay Lohan really needs to come to this conclusion and learn that if she is going to insist on paying homage to the late great Marilyn Monroe, she has got to put some damn meat on her bones. Because right now, she does sort of look like Marilyn-if the actress was held captive by a bunch of indigenous peoples who made her spend a year attached to the hookah pipe and building huts without SPF in the unforgiving sun. I don't say this to be mean to Lindsay (quite the contrary I actually like her), but I am saying it because it's true. She looks so worn and that hair is not doing a damn thing for her. Although I will say, dressing like a low rent Marilyn is certainly better than having the most fug tribute tattoo ever of the bombshell like Megan Fox some people.

Anyway, on a seperate note, did anyone watch Linds' made for tv movie "Labor Pains" on ABC last night? I caught most of it and it was pretty cute. I usually enjoy seeing LiLo on screen, because it is a reminder of why the girl's relevant in the first place. She may be a hot 'ol mess, but one thing's for certain: the girl's got talent. It's just a shame it has to be constantly overshadowed by her rocky romances, DUI debacles and her insistance that leggings count as pants.

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Sasha said...

This b*tch is the opposite of Ms. Monroe.

 
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