Wearing your chandelier, dear?

October 21, 2009

Quick quiz: This photo shows…

a) The risk of letting tall people browse in light fixture shops

b) What happens when a dimwitted assistant is told to create a “bandolier.”

c) A woman who has begun the controversial medical procedure to turn herself into a 1991 Cadillac Fleetwood

d) A scene from the world’s cheesiest “Phantom of the Opera” production

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A model presents a creation from Mexican designer Alberto Rodriguez’s spring/summer 2010 collection during a fashion show in Mexico City October 19, 2009. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte

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Posted by Wearing your chandelier, dear? | Myusasite-Entertainment|hollywood|gossip|Humor | Report as abusive

Might dress up the Naugahyde ensemble, you think?

Posted by CAM | Report as abusive

Someone obviously took the instruction to give her “chandelier earrings” a little too seriously … but it is really shiny … oooh …

Posted by Beth | Report as abusive

My favourite part is the fact that it makes her look like she’s either completely bald or just has a very, very high hairline.Maybe bald models will be the next in thing?

Posted by Little Miss Random | Report as abusive

The answer is obviously “C”. When in doubt…Is she also setting her dislocated shoulder? Maybe that explains the look on her face.

Posted by Dave | Report as abusive

I agree with Ms.Random’s comments, she does have a very high hairline…But there is something abt that chandelier… hmmm…cant really place my finger on it….Oh, and some bald girls look sexy…. e.g: Demi Moore, Natalie Portman….

Posted by Shra | Report as abusive

No wonder that the bald models will be the next in fashion world..

Posted by syndicate | Report as abusive

Chrystal? Is that you?

Posted by Bill | Report as abusive

Oh Bill, I think I’ve missed you most of all.

Posted by Little Miss Random | Report as abusive

“C” made me lol.

Posted by Valerie | Report as abusive

That’s almost what Dorothy told the Scarecrow, you know, the one with no brain.

Posted by Catherine Zeta-Jones | Report as abusive

Um, she looks like some weird anime character made by CLAMP…http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clamp _(manga_artists)

Posted by SilverHakai | Report as abusive

Uh, Catherine. That was kind of the point. But thanks for noticing.

Posted by Little Miss Random | Report as abusive

Now that is what we are expected to be wearing to work—it may get in the way of my headset or cause some kind of electrical/satelitte interference!!!

Posted by Patrice, Silicon Valley | Report as abusive

Come on, people! Haven’t you heard about the new energy saving schemes? This is a prototype to ensure we can work and walk in the dark, without any public lighting! That’s really smart!

Posted by M | Report as abusive

She would make quite a sparkle at “Ascot”

Posted by Ron. Williams | Report as abusive

Me, I just take a couple aspirin.

Posted by Shawn Hendricks | Report as abusive

Miss Lightning Rod 2010

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