Leighton: “So I say to my colored friend, I bet I can rock these skinny jeans better than you…”
Black friend: WTF you mean colored????
“Shut up Callista Flockheart. We’re going to lunch and that’s that.”
Mischa Barton called. She wants her outfit back.
Why does this remind me of a tampon commercial?
idk but that’d be one helluva leak going on there
that was my first thought too.
I heard her Dad’s name is Mister Meester.
That’s probably been told before, but i laughed anyway!
It’s the Little Titty Committee.
Before I Googled it, you could have told me any one of these three chicks was Leighton Meester and I would have believed you. Fame ain’t what it used to be, I guess.
It depends on the target demographic of the famous person. Her target demo. is basically teen girls to women in their late 20′s to early 30′s, and young men. If you don’t watch Gossip Girl, Entourage (she was on it just a few times), or movies like “Country Strong” and “Monte Carlo”, you probably won’t see her. She’s had one-off roles on several popular shows, but she probably wouldn’t stand out to most people.
As for your “Fame ain’t what it used to be, I guess” remark, I’ll say this: fame has pretty much always been this way. Some people are famous to basically everyone, no matter what their age or what they do; there are opera singers, scientists, and artists that almost everyone knows even if they know nearly nothing else about the profession or art, and then there are people that are famous only to specific groups. Someone may not be famous to you, but that does not mean they are not famous.
I know you know this already, but I felt I should write this anyway.
To be fair to Iveski, NO ONE saw “Monte Carlo.”
Fame is weird.
Trek Girl for example?
She’s HUGE on the Comic-Con circuit.
I think she looks really cute.
Oh look, I am playing a trust fund kid in a fine arts program.
Blair, you’re banished from the steps!
Didn’t I see this picture in an old Sears catalog?
Yes, she looks JUST like Minka Kelly. lol
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Leighton Meester in New York City. (September 25, 2011)
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