Friday, April 17, 2009

The Power of Reinvention

Happy Friday Hos!

Let's kick off this week's reinvention-themed gossfest with a lil' before and after...

Revered Thespian to Reality Show Host















What in the name of all that is righteous under the law happened to my main man Rupert Everett? 
This remarkable transformation was featured in Star Magazine this week. 

Um, I'd say remarkable is an appropriate term.

Now, I've loved this bitch since high school, when he boldly played a hawt gay prep-school boy in his first big flick, Another Country. 

WTF? He pulled a reverse Meg Ryan and made his lips disappear! Did he specifically request Jeff Probst's face?

Dude, 50 = city miles. Save the $30gs and deal. It's called dignity, even if you already call South Beach home. 

And my darling, look on the bright side. You'll always have that lucrative gig voicing over the latest Pixar villain. Just know that no matter what you do to yourself, you'll always be a bitchy queen I bow to.

Gwyneth Throws Winona Under the Bus In The Name of Spiritual Evolution














Let's get past the imminent need for blotting papers a second.

Demonstrating how evolved we should aspire to be, Gwyneth Paltrow blogged extensively about how gossip is poison to the spirit -- while throwing "frenemy" Winona Rider under the bus with this tasty blind.

LOL! Nothing like a slap and a kiss all at once. Show us how it's done Gwynnie! Please? 

Good News for NY!
and finally, in the spirit of our Power of Reinvention post...we present:

Lindsey Lohan's EHarmony Video!

Whatever her current state, you've got to give her points for the ability to mock herself.

That's it for now, bitches. Spring on!

xx
MC

2 comments:

LoLo said...

and here I was thinking that Madame Tussaud's had finally finished the Kevin Kline figure.

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