Tuesday, November 3, 2009

This Leighton's For You, That Madeline's For Me

I know a lot of you that come 'round these here parts are big Leighton Meester fans, so I thought I'd continue the day with a little leggy Leighton at last night's Lions Library Benefit. The actress and singer has really been coming into her own lately thanks to her edgy ensembles and affinity for bright, bold colors and patterns. However while anyone technically can wear the outfits the Gossip Girl star sports, not everyone should. The pieces she typically chooses have a tendency to really stand out. You have to have one hell of a personality to shine through all that fabric but luckily Leighton knows just how much is enough. I love that confidence she exudes, and I really look forward to seeing what she's going to wear on the red carpet.
Another young starlet I look forward to seeing is Madeline Zima, who showed up at last night's premiere of "The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus" looking like a complete doll:

The "Heroes" star brought her sister, Yvonne, who currently has two movies of her own in the works entitled "The Absent" and "You, Only Better". I don't know about you guys but Madeline is definitely one actress I would love to see more of. In my opinion she was the best part of "Californication" (all the other characters seem whiney and self indulgent) and is a real class act. Sure she might willingly do nudity on screen, but that's where the wild child behavior ends. This chick has been in the business since she was knee high to a grasshopper, but has maintained a reputation as a dignified hard worker-much like another child star turned serious adult actor Scarlett Johansson. Both women are only in the early to mid twenties, yet conduct themselves better than most actors in their 40's and 50's. Let's hope these lovelies ladies can set a new trend in Hollywood. After all, who wouldn't love a world with more Leightons, Madelines and Scarletts?


Keith said...

Thanks for posting some Leighton. I'm a very happy boy now. Pictures of her always put a smile on my face.

Mrs. M. said...

ha ha i know i was thinking of you when i posted it!

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