An 80s Lezzie Wedding

January 6, 2009 / Posted by:

I do like that Anne Hathaway and Kate Hudson look like a gayelle couple from the 80s getting married in Palm Springs. But I think that happened on accident. Anne probably knew Kate Hudson was going to be all dramatic-like by wearing some gay ass dressed, so she decided to play down her own outfit to make Kate look like a real asshole. It worked. However, Anne also fucked herself over with that Valley of the Dolls hair. An Ann Welles ‘do never goes with a lezzie groom ensemble. Never.

Kate Hudson could be wearing a dress made out of Mother’s Circus Animal Cookies and I’d still want to throw a mouth-foaming raccoon at her. And that dress would look better on my sister’s Barbie from 1983.

Here’s these two twats at the premiere of Bride Wars in NYC yesterday. SPOILER ALERT! The movie ends with both whores realizing how stupid they acted. They apologize to one another, but start arguing because one of them won’t let the other one say sorry first. Then they laugh about it, hug and decide they should have a joint dream wedding right then! When the priest announces “I now pronounce you husbands and wives,” they kiss their dudes and begin walking down the aisle. Kate won’t let Anne walk down the aisle first, they side-eye each other and cut to black! HA! Those crazy girls. By the way, I totally made that up, but you know that’s how it ends.

P.S. – Is it only me or is anyone ever bothered by rose petals strewn about like in the pictures below? I know it’s supposed to be romantic and all, but where there’s lone rose petals, there’s a naked rose somewhere. And that’s sad.

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