“Christina Hendricks covers up her ladies in a modest green dress” links

Christina Hendricks contains her curves in a pretty shade of green. She looks like Christmas wrapping paper. Literally! [Popoholic]
Anderson Cooper’s talk show was canceled! So sad. [ICYDK]
Doug Hutchinson worries that Courtney Stodden will leave him. [Amy Grindhouse]
Alessandra Ambrosio looks hot and casual. [Moe Jackson]
Teen Mom Leah Messer-Calvert is pregnant again. [Starcasm]
Mel B (Scary Spice) in a mismatched bikini. [Celebslam]
Ben Affleck’s Oscar campaign is super-obvious. [Dramarama]
Chris Brown texts while he drives: another reason to hate him. [INFDaily]
Papa Joe Simpson kept glamour shots of his boy-toy at home. Ugh. [Bossip]
Paul McCartney says we shouldn’t blame Yoko Ono for the Beatles’ breakup. That’s, like, 40 years too late. [Seriously OMG WTF]
Sam Lufti wants to enable Lindsay Lohan now. [PopBytes]
Homemade Halloween cat costumes! OMG, I want a cat right now. [CityRag]
Burt Reynolds: Sally Field was the one who got away. [Limelife]
Alec Baldwin talks about the end of 30 Rock. [Life & Style]
There might be another Kim Kardashian-Ray J sex tape. [Hollywood Rag]
Ronnie Wood, 64, is engaged to a 34-year-old. [Bitten & Bound]

 

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  1. Relli says:

    I love it! Do you know who makes it? Its a perfect work dress for me.

    Your comment reminds me of her red dress with a bow on mad men, when roger tells her to wear the dress that makes her look like a gift for the Christmas party.

  2. LMS says:

    Love the dress on her, hate the shoes with it.

  3. smartyparty says:

    The thing that really bugs me is the too-matchy belt. Other than that, it fits her beautifully and is a nice color on her. Actually, the sleeves suck too.. and the piping at the neckline is strange… and… I don’t know why I’m defending this dress. Probably because I love this chick.

  4. I'm going to Guam! says:

    Wait, Ronnie Wood is ONLY 64!?! Noo….He looks way older! :O
    I’m shocked.

  5. TheOriginalKitten says:

    I want this dress. Love the color, particularly on her.

  6. fabgrrl says:

    34 seems a little old for Ronnie Wood’s taste.

  7. Milk says:

    I like the dress and love the female.

  8. I.want.shoes says:

    At least the cut of this dress is flattering on her. She usually wears the most ill-fitting dresses ever.

  9. The Original Genevieve says:

    Way to go, Christina!!

    I think we’ve all had enough of seeing CH take her puppies out for a walk ;)

  10. keats says:

    Is everyone ok? The comments in other threads are more aggressive than usual. Is everyone upset over sandy? I’m legitimately afraid to criticize or support anyone or anything in here today!

  11. ds says:

    I love Sally Field. Can’t see her with Burt Reynolds…

  12. Alexis says:

    She needs to cut that hair; her neck is too long to be hidden and her curvy body could use some elongation. Maybe a long bob, not too much length gone.

  13. Victoria says:

    I have such a girl crush on this woman, she’s getting it right!! The color and style is nice, some details are off but she looks lovely

  14. Grace says:

    I love Christina’s shape. She wins.

  15. giddy says:

    She’s a really lovely-looking woman. But she’s either REALLY short-waisted or her ladies are SO HUGE that they take up all the normal space between boobs and waist-line. Her hair needs to be up or shorter. She IS incredibly pretty.

  16. Joy says:

    Christina looks gorgeous in L’Wren Scott. Finally, a dress that fits her body.

  17. Audrey says:

    I think she’s gorgeous, but ever since I saw her bare feet, I can’t help but notice her bunions. They are HUGE!

    • muppet_barbershop says:

      rofl!!!11 Zomg she needs to have surgery for at least partial removal of those two monstrous moles, they could kill her if they’re malignant! xD (No actual offense to Hendricks, who is a total babe. I am busty myself. I WISH I could partially remove the suckers.)

  18. teehee says:

    Wasn’t a fan of hers to being with, but since her snitchy and assanine snap at the interwiever, I flatout dislike her entirely.

    • Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

      Agreed. Sofia Vergara can sometimes be a bit *extra*, but she’s a far more entertaining interview and doesn’t take herself so damned seriously. Look, I know that if someone says something that you find irritating, rude, unprofessional or even mean, you’re bound by duty to make a really big deal about it and act a bit like a brat because that’s how a Modern Woman navigates her way out of all of her unpleasant moments, but why?

      Manners aren’t enslavement, politeness isn’t censorship, they’re just good ways of remembering that there are seven billion people enduring you, too, not just the reverse and it gets people on your side. It’s like Dr. Farnsworth says(sort of): Ocean Madness isn’t an excuse for Ocean Rudeness (one of my favourite lines of anything). That doesn’t mean you can’t defend yourself, that doesn’t mean can’t debate, but it does display an ability to not get pissy when things don’t go exactly your way all of the time, and I’ll wager that’s more attractive than whatever sweater clowns she’s got shoved down her top (<–now THAT's how you do impolite).

      Maybe it's about time we were all made to study the art of conversation again, I mean, call it hollow but celebrity is the most damned hollow construct in all of human history, but it endures because we have a desire for it. And since people who are famous sometimes get that way for no damned reason most of the time, you can bet they're not going to be conversing about the Enigma Code with that dessicated corn husk Chelsea Handler, or whoever. And no one's expecting (or likely wants) that, so we're still swimming in the realm of reality, here. Since vapidity is a given, make that lacquer that substitutes as personality sparkle with a bit practiced 'wit', or some kind of levity, all you Funereal McGee It Girls of the universe!

      Where's the line dividing 'mean girling' and 'someone playing the victim and not being able to get over herself' (I'm not talking about this interview any more)? I don't know, but someone smarter should investigate.

  19. T.C. says:

    That dress is perfect on her. Good color, good fit. Go CH with your hot self.

    As for Paul McCartney, thanks for nothing. You could have come to Yoko Ono’s defense a long time ago when she was getting trashed left, right and center. Too little too late.

  20. tracking says:

    Lovely. Adore the color and good fit.

  21. Bobby the K says:

    Keith Richards is a very solid guy with a lot of integrity. He created his own sub genre of rock & blues rhythm guitar playing, hugely influential. So glad he has such a great wife and family, he deserves it.

    There’s something about Ronnie though, i feel sorry for him in a way. But i know too, he is wonderful to his friends and the people he cares about.

  22. kristiner says:

    WOW. Christina actually looks good for a change. I dint get why she insists on having her boobs look like two super sized Grands biscuits about to pop out of the cylinder and make that popping sound.

    The only thing she has going tor her is big boobs. Her face is so chipmunky and weird with that Lucille Ball on crack hair shade.

  23. Lexi says:

    Wow her breasts are huge, she is pretty tho and has a nice figure

  24. JFS61 says:

    She needs to loosen up on the belts, as they over-exaggerate her figure (and this coming from someone who likes fuller-figured women).

  25. muppet_barbershop says:

    Wow. Much better. That neckline is a serious improvement. Usually, she seems to either do a nunlike one or an excessively plunging one.