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Tuesday, February 19, 2008

This time Disney has taken things too far!

Humans need to learn when-to-say-when in electing to have plastic surgery.

After his role in Disney's Enchanted, it looks like McDreamy might be caught up in a real-life fairy tale role reversal:


Beauty (left) and The Beast.

12 comments:

Melissa said...

Good Lord that woman has a weird looking face...she looks like the Joker around the mouth.

Kat said...

Donatella looks as though she grew on an orange tree. Though she is less scary than this : http://www.dlisted.com/node/23763

Jocelyn Wildenstein. What's with her face? A word of warning to the faint hearted. Don't look at this if you just had dinner.

confusedtwenty said...

Oh how I love McDreamy, but why, WHY was he in Enchanted?! WHY!?!?!?

And Donetella. Woof.

Spammon said...

Ho damn...she looks like she's been using too much Smiley brand Joker products.

Melly said...

I can't help but stare. Is it real?

Melisa said...

Doesn't he know that he doesn't need to stand next to people like her (McScreamy) to look good?

Stacey said...

I can't decide what's more unfortunate, what she did to herself, or the genetic lottery that her daughter lost. Oh, and I choose to believe that Patrick was in Enchanted for the same reason The Rock was in The Game Plan. It gives the mommies something pretty to look at during the movie. "Can I get an Amen?!"

Jules said...

@Melissa: Except even The Joker wasn't that scary! Seriously, I might have Versace nightmares!

@Kat: Ms. Wildenstein was big news when I lived in NYC about 10 years ago. Even then she was scary. There were city magazine & newspaper spreads of her and her scary little dogs in her fabulous multi-million dollar apartment. This should come as no surprise but she had a lot of big cat statues. Big cats like leopards and lions, not like Garfield (though that would have at least been something funny to distract from her face.)

@Confused20: Well, I love me some McDreamy, too; but I never actually *saw* Enchanted, and I'm not his agent so I really can't give you a definitive answer. However, I must second what Stacey commented about him being in there as eye candy. Her example was The Rock in The Game Plan; and my example would have to be Vin Diesel in The (truly heinous) Pacifier. My nephew was 9 when that came out and asked me to take him to see that movie. I had no idea that it was possible to block out completely the words coming out of someone's mouth, and to only have tunnel vision for their biceps for 2 hours straight, but that movie proved it.

@Spammon: I don't know what's wrong with my vision today but I read your first 2 words in your comment as "HO DOWN" and what came to mind in that millisecond wasn't a barn dance, but a ho having been shot down in an alleyway. I might have a creative imagination but the images you're able to link to blow that all away. That joker photo was SCARILY ACCURATE!

@Melly: HA! "Is it real?" You crack me up! Hey, why haven't you answered my emails from earlier today yet?

@Mis-taSis-ta: McScreamy is CLASSIC! I applaud you!

@Stacey: I thought of you when I posted this especially because he's your husband and all. I was sorry for you to have to see it in such a public forum. Since you're always giving them to me whenever I ask for them, here you go: AMEN! I mean, A MAN! Really, I'm giving you A MAN. Take him. He's all yours. (That means I get to keep Feb's Hump of the month, right?) Heh heh.

Stacey said...

No.

Samara Leigh said...

Aww... I feel sorry her. Why does a successful woman like Donatella Versace still feel the need to turn herself into a carrot-toned caricature to be beautiful?

chasing fireflies said...

Yikes, she looks ready for Halloween....

Schmutzie said...

You've been tagged!
http://www.schmutzie.com/2008/02/more-meming.html