My favorite restaurant makes a delicious corn chowder, I cannot wait to try this one to see how it stacks up! It looks delicious.
It wasn't a big deal. Nothing ventured nothing gained, as they say. Jennifer looked like she was heading towards an awards show and I believe in the, "Conceive it, believe it, achieve it motto." I think Jennifer is probably going to be the winner of an award! Or, maybe she bought the dress thinking she would fit into in by the time of an awards show of the past? Who knows? Either way, she looked great, right?
I agree with the posts which stated the same standards which apply for men should apply for the women in terms of what they choose to wear. I was surprised by the guys who wore next to nothing (in the name of curing breast cancer, or in the name of being a spokesperson for Ellen Underwear... ) But then, why should anyone be ashamed of their own skin? It's silly.
I watched this show. When Jennifer came out onto the stage I thought, (imagine this in the voice of Wanda Sykes) "What the hell is she wearin'?!?
It was so odd to see someone dressed like that coming onto the show. I mean, I've been in the audience twice and even the audience members have to adhere to a dress code. I wasn't offended but I wasn't impressed either. It was sort of like when you surprise a friend by showing up just after they get out of the shower. It was like someone left Jennifer's bathroom door open and she grabbed a towel. An expensive towel and with a designer label attached.
It was just odd at the time, but I tried to overlook it, which is what you're supposed to do when a friend answers the door wearing only a towel.