Hot Slut Of The Day!

February 20, 2016 / Posted by:

Maureen Smith, the luminous flower who was plucked from the Garden of Dolly Parton and now lives in Melbourne Beach, Florida where she won one third of the $1.58 billion Powerball jackpot!

I meant to make this gorgeous peroxide blonde blossom HSOTD on Thursday, but then the delicate tree lover from Survivor came along. I was then going to make her HSOTD yesterday, but then my hero and idol Flossie Dickey desperately needed a tribute. So here she is today looking like she’s going to belt out an amazing cover of “Hardy Candy Christmas” at any minute. Better late than never!

70-year-old (yes, 70!) Maureen Smith and her 55-year-old husband (COUGAR ALERT!) of 35 years, David Kaltschmidt, found out they were one of three winners (the Chino Hills winner still hasn’t claimed their millions yet) of the world’s largest jackpot the day after the drawing on January 14th. It took them over a month to come forward and claim their fortune, because Maureen needed plenty of time to get camera-ready gorgeous. No, Florida Today says that a lawyer advised them to keep it a secret for a while and they spent the time beefing up their security at home (aka changing their numbers and putting a sign that reads, “We’ve Died, No Forwarding Address,” on their front door to keep away distant relatives looking for cash).

Maureen and David, who moved to the greatest state from Long Island in 1991, are taking the lump sum payment of $327,835,077 (before taxes). She told reporters at the press conference the other day that they’re mainly taking the lump sum because she’s 70 years old. They also said what everyone says after they win a mountain of money in the lottery: “We have NO IDEA what we’re going to do with all that cash.” Maureen said that David’s going to retire, he’s going to buy himself a new car and they’re going to help “special people,” but other than that, they have no idea. Uh huh….

Maureen Smith is already dripping in glamour, so I can’t even imagine what kind of canary diamonds and gold dust vision she’s going to be with all that money. It’s been a sad time for glamour, so Maureen Smith is the golden lightning bolt of hope that the meaning of glamour needed.

Pic: AP

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