Thursday, August 12, 2010

Send in the Clowns


Evidently Teri Hatcher is desperate to distill those pesky rumors about having plastic surgery or botox, so she posted a couple of photos on Facebook to make her point:

Pissed at the people who say she's had plastic surgery, Teri Hatcher took to Facebook with a photo album called "Oy with the Botox!!!" featuring photos of herself dripping wet and furrowing her brow: "Out of the bath getting ready for bed. Thought about all those damn critics of my face. Love it or hate it, my face that is, no surgery, no implants, no matter what 'they' say. Decided I'd shoot myself in to reveal some truths about 'beauty' and hope it makes you all easier on yourself.

I'm not sure that these photos prove anything (I don't see any lines around her surprisingly smooth mouth or eyes) in the grand scheme of things...

Because Desperate Housewives is still a freak show with or without the enhancements.

And what's a freak show without clowns? Just listen to impressionist Carly Sakolove's Diva-studded version of Send in the Clowns. She creates a very eclectic gathering of Broadway singers like Bernadette Peters, Liza, Patti Lupone, Julie Andrews and (my favorite)...Elaine Stritch.

When "Elaine" first came in and sang "Send in the Clowns" I almost shot orange juice out of my nose from laughing.

Her barfly voice is like the anti-Enya.

I am off to Ohio tonight to visit the family for a week.

Oh, the humidity.


Anonymous said...

...uh, I think Teri went a little too hard on her face critics there. Isn't Hollywood about mystery? Plus there will always be people criticizing you as a star. You have to suck it up

Rev. Gabrielle Michel said...

I think Liza is my favorite!Where do you find this stuff?

Have fun in Ohio, I will be in Vermont.

P.S. my word for the word verification is hurlon. So Hurl on Dear friend, hurl on!

Vampire Hours said...

Yeah, I think Teri may have had some kind of wee tuneup, which really isn't a big deal if she did. If she can afford it and wants to do it...I don't really care. I'm all for the mystery...unless it's obvious (Hello, Nicole Kidman).

Thanks Gabitha...hurl on in Vermont too!