Sage Chick and Bean Pole (sue us, we can't remember their names):
They seem to have a pretty good working relationship. Drama-free and productive. Must be the sage.
We'll say this: we don't know if it's one or both of them, but collectively, they do have a great color sense.
It's not a bad little dress. It's a bit simplistic with minor touches of interest, like the draping.
But it's the belt that really makes it. We're not fond of that braiding they always return to, but the pop of color is really nice and we always were suckers for an orange/blue combo. Just look at our front page.
But enough about the dress. What's really important is that sage girl...
...looks like she belongs on a box of salt.
Attention Whore and Fancy Man:
We suspect the producers drugged one or both of them. How else to explain their relatively low-key performance this week?
And how else to explain the sheer shitasticness of this thing? You heard it here first: drugs.
Yikes. We'll say it: there's not one thing about this dress that we like, starting with that hideous print, which screams "Christmas sweater."
We guess we should commend them for not using it in such a way as to actually look like a Christmas sweater, what with all the strings and asymmetry and gewgaws and foofarah, but that's about the only thing we can commend them on: not making their hideous fabric look even more hideous.
Seriously, the entertainment value of these two (if such a thing ever existed) has long been depleted. Time to go.
In other news, the next episode brings the gay and the fabulous in a big loud way with the appearance of Lady Gaga. Gotta hand it to Bravo. The best Lifetime can do for their season premiere is a reality TV star who was interesting for about 5 minutes 5 years ago, but tacky little LML lands one of the hottest recording artists of the moment.
[Photos: BravoTV.com/Trae Patton - Video: BravoTV.com - Screencaps: Projectrungay.blogspor.com]
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