Welcome to Cannes, bitches!
The annual amfAR (the Foundation for AIDS Research) Gala was held in Cannes this week, because celebrities were already schlepping their couture to the south of France for the film festival. So why not raise some money for a good cause? Let’s check out the red carpet…
This Israeli goddess has really blown me away this week. She never stops looking like a supermodel.
Brooke, darling. This is all kinds of sad. What in God’s name did you do to your hair? And who told you this hideous dress could possibly flatter your figure? Stay away from trashy bridal gowns, Brooke.
Y’all, Fan Bing Bing is like my new favorite person alive. After a few too many seasons of celebrities in nude dresses, one fantabulous Chinese chica is wearing every damn color of the rainbow, and that’s Bing Bing. The dress is too small on top and too big on the bottom, but that’s such a phenomenal color for her.
The colors are stunning, but the cut isn’t working. The bagginess/puffiness of the top is strangely juxtaposed with those sleeves that tighten at the elbow. It just doesn’t make any sense.
When you run Marchesa, I guess you get the pick of the litter when it comes to your best gowns. The top is too ice dancer for me, but that is one helluva skirt.
This dress is actually stunning. It’s exactly what a past-her-prime-but-still-relevant pop star should wear. But you know what I’m going to say about that hair and makeup – Gwen is the Mayor of Trannyville, USA.
It’s a little too mature for Janet, but she’s off-setting it well with that hilarious face. She looks so happy, I can’t even judge her. The colors are gorgeous and she’s having a blast – what else matters?
Is her bracelet attached to her dress? Doesn’t that seem dangerous?
This one is desperate for attention…
in Roberto Cavalli
… but this one, finally, looks pretty fab. Not my taste, but the ivory is a nice contrast to her olive skin, and that necklace is fierce.
Love the rose neckline, but that elastic-looking waistband is beyond ugly. Fire your gays, Uma. NOW!
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