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Let's fix that for them.
At least it doesn't LOOK like a typical Monse? So that's something.
Her talents might not be put to best use here.
It's experimental in all the right ways.
"You're still with me. That's good." I find the word "Dougie" a wonderful choice by David Lynch, because there is something inherently amusing about it. Not overtly silly, like "Doogie," and not quietly regular, like "Doug." No, "Dougie" is the kind of gently silly word -- mildly patronizing, even infantilizing from some people; affectionate…
We never really talk in-depth about this, so let's DO IT.
I guess we're going to have to track this trend.
And so are her shoes. But together?
I hope this was a win for the Manchester locals who needed it.
It's worth checking out the rest of the Butterfly Ball anyway, but he sure helps.
Is it working?
Also: Kidman, Chopra, a Hilton, and a Mara.
If pictures are worth a thousand PR words, then... I guess so?! And at 50, too.
Seinfeld, stickers, The Simpsons, and spelling bees.
Letizia's experimental hairdo is the star of THIS show, although Barack is trying his best.
But, as is the trend now, it threw itself a party for it anyway.
I love her, but the clothes aren't working.
Nom nom nom.
Welcome back, O Glossy-Haired One.