The Goose, Part II

By Manolo the Shoeblogger

Manolo says, apparently the Katie she has reacquainted the Bette Midler with the goose.


11 Responses to “The Goose, Part II”

  1. deja pseu Says:

    The Bette, she is the maestra of the funny face.

  2. The Bloody Munchkin Says:

    “What’s that Katie? A Coffe Enema you say? Well I never…”

  3. tsop Says:

    the tsop, she laughs so hard whenever the manolo has a comedic post.

    i feel sorry for the miss divine m sometimes. even when she was thin she still looked heavyset. even when she was young she still looked prematurely old. but she’s rich so i don’t feel sorry for her too much. ;-)

  4. deja pseu Says:

    And talented. Very, very talented.

  5. Annalucia Says:

    “…even when she [Bette Midler] was young she still looked prematurely old. ”

    The Annalucia, she would phrase this a little differently: she would say that La Midler has always looked like an adult (in the manner of the famous actresses of the Thirties and Forties) unlike the pop-stars of today who either look like teenagers well into their thirties, or who look leathery-old and downright ghastly (like the Mick Jagger and the Steven Tyler). It is a style that one does not, alas, see much of anymore.

  6. Zarba Says:

    At least it appears that The Bette is allowing herself to age gracefully and naturally, which one cannot say of most stars.

  7. La BellaDonna Says:

    La BellaDonna, she agrees with the Annalucia. Nature decreed that La BellaDonna, she should look like the adult always. While it was taxing at the age of 17 to be taken for 37, 30 years later, La BellaDonna still looks like the 37.

  8. zippy Says:

    The zippy is most grateful for that which cannot be purchased to construct ones’ true face; the bone structure. For mine, I bless the French side of the family. It is that which allows Zippy to maintain a ‘certain age’ before and after it.
    The Devine Miss M seems ageless to me until I realize she has been around as long as me…

  9. VeddyVeddyBadAng Says:

    If we could only make Katie go away…

  10. SUSAN Says:

    THE DEVINE MISS M its hard to keep a good woman down!

  11. Martha Says:

    The Martha seconds the Annalucia’s emotion. Plus, The Divine Miss M continues to clean up her beloved New York…and that is chic.

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