Pre-order Bananarama

Saturday, May 27, 2006

Separated at Birth?





















Donatella Versace needs to stop it with the extreme close-up photos. She looks MUCH better in full-length shots.























See Donatella? Isn't that so much prettier?

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

She looks scary and her lips look like anal sphincters. Money cannot buy beauty.

Christopher said...

And it can't buy class either! Do you hear me, Kimora Lee Simmons? I'm talking to you!

Bedazzler said...

Hahaha...I've been trying to figure out that equation for so long...but in order to concentrate, I have to look into Donatella's visage, and then I find pretty quickly I get a neck twitch and the concentration is broken. Props, Christopher.

NEW ANNETTE AND BRANDON INTERVIEW UP

http://lemaisondebrandon.blogspot.com/

http://churchofannette.blogspot.com/

Ces said...

Ay sus a! Her lips look like a healing surgical wound that turned into keloid formation. Donatella, it is already enough that she designs clothes that make women look like, excuse me, "Hoochie Mama". What is with these women who like to mutilate their faces - Melanie Griffiths, that Cat woman Weinstein (sp???). There is only a limited number of things you can do to stop aging. You tamper with Mother Nature and she will teach you a lesson. Keep on doing that and exactly what Anonymous said, your face is going to look like your read end! Such an affluent society but it is self-destructing. Kimora Lee Simmons - I prefer her mug shots when she was arrested! I miss models like Dovima being photographed by Richard Avedon.

Ms. Val said...

What is that muppet's name, anyway? She makes Miss Piggy look like Miss Universe.

Christopher said...

Oh Val, how can you not know that? Did you have a deprived childhood? Did your parents make you have intelligent discussions instead of sitting you in front of the television?! That is Janice, and she was in the Muppet band with Dr. Teeth & Animal.

Ms. Val said...

No, Christopher. No intelligent discussions here. Deprived childhood? I suppose so. We had one TV and my dad ruled it. As such, I was raised largely on football, 60 Minutes, and reruns of Star Trek, The Outer Limits, The Waltons, and Bonanza.