I had a great time last night thanks to my gorgeous friend Jen, who invited me to her family’s annual outing to Carnegie Hall to see “1964…The Tribute,” an unbelievably realistic-sounding Beatles tribute band. If you closed your eyes, you’d think it was the real thing. And, if you opened your eyes (which I’d recommend — it would be weird to sit through a whole concert with your eyes closed), you’d notice how the band members had all the mannerisms down pat. If you’re an ardent Beatles fan, seize any opportunity to go. And if you go to next year’s Carnegie Hall performance, keep an eye out for me.
In other Beatles-related news, Sharon Stone called …
…she wants her hair back from Heather Mills, aka the former Lady McCartney. What in the name of Britney Spears is this hairdo about? When my long-time gorgeous reader (and brand-new blogger) “L” first sent me a picture of this catastrophe, I didn’t believe it was real. She had to send me further evidence before I stopped thinking it was an unconvincing Photoshop project thrown together by my almost-husband Paul McCartney and his new ladypal Nancy Shevell after they’d killed off a couple of bottles of wine.
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Let me assure you that I’m not hopping on the mocking-celebrity-appearances bandwagon in a desperate attempt to win your votes for Best Fashion Blogger of 2008. Heather Mills is not a celebrity. She is a demon who escaped from hell to torment my almost-husband. While Sir Paul and I are too different to have ever had a successful relationship (he hates women who eat meat; I hate men who give the thumbs-up sign), I still have his back, which Nancy Shevell is probably tickling with her lovely locks right now while she laughs uncontrollably.
As for the Best Fashion Blogger award: don’t forget to do your daily voting for me here. I’m hoping for a decent third-place showing. A big thank you goes out to gorgeous blogger Evie of I Need More Drama for tweeting on my behalf. You’re the best, Evie! So are you, Lisa. Nice to see the best Halloween costume picture of 2008 again.
UPDATED TO ADD: Gorgeous blogger Lizzi deserves a great big hug for this incredibly nice post about my work (with a voting link, no less).
UPDATED AGAIN TO ADD: Yet another thank you goes out to gorgeous blogger Deja Pseu for becoming a campaign volunteer. If votes were assigned based on the fine character of the volunteer, I too would get 8,000 votes in a matter of hours, because DP has already shown herself to be an exceptionally lovely and generous person.
UPDATED YET AGAIN TO ADD: Gorgeous blogger TheShoeGirl both campaigned for me and made me laugh out loud. What could be better than that?