Yeah, what chick doesn’t have a girl-crush on Iman?  Apparently this item was important enough to make not one, but two news articles.  I think it’s hilarious that the Digital Spy article says Dawson “revealed” to them that she’s got a crush on Iman, like it’s some huge secret she told them in confidence.  Must have been a slow day and the bosses felt the item needed a bit of jazzing up.

10 Responses to “Rosario Dawson Has A Girl-Crush on Iman”

  1. Latetotheshow Says:

    As an ex-boyfriend used to say, I wouldn’t throw her out of bed for eating crackers.

  2. Webmistress Webmistress Says:

    I’m 26 years old and I still want to be just like her when I grow up.

  3. Latetotheshow Says:

    Grow up?

  4. Latetotheshow Says:

    26! I knew I was too old to be doing this.

    By the way, I notice Bowie-a-la-Ziggy gracing my AOL page today with a link to Spinner.com’s list of acts with alternate identities. Apparently, though, Spinner didn’t notice that he didn’t stop with Mr. Stardust. Poor research…he’d changed identities at least twice before he got out of the Seventies. Crack a book, people…it’s not all online!

  5. Webmistress Webmistress Says:

    Please tell me that Beyonce was not on that list. I’m so tired of reading articles about her ridiculously-named “alter ego” that reference Ziggy Stardust in the same sentence as Ms. Fierce.

  6. Latetotheshow Says:

    I fear that the creature’s the excuse for the list. There’s probably a Law of Conservation of Fame somewhere…there you are: Warhol’s Law.

  7. Latetotheshow Says:

    This is not really the right context, but I noticed last night that they’re using “Queen Bitch” in the ad they’ve got running for the new movie “Milk.” I think people my age are supposed to get the time period (Oh! It’s the Seventies! Look at the wide ties!) and not think it’s a comment on the late Mr. Milk. They did that for the movie “Swing Vote”: played a Bowie cut for the late-night ad and something else during the day (I wonder if it’s the same agency?). What are we being shielded from?

  8. Webmistress Webmistress Says:

    Interesting. The ads I’ve seen for “Milk” feature “Watch That Man.” I wonder if the song is different because I saw the ads during primetime or if they’re different because I’m on the East Coast. Maybe I’ll do a Found Bowie entry later tonight.

  9. Latetotheshow Says:

    What a better choice…I love how advertising people parse markets.

    I’ve been given the task of programming the music for the annual party of an organization I belong to…what fun! (Hope you guys really like “Lodger”) Actually, I’d estimate it’s only about 10 per cent Bowie – one’s minimum daily requirement (mine, anyway). One or two singles…mostly album cuts of a certain tempo. Unearthed a German version of “Heroes” on a Ryko CD that I’d never actually played before. Well, something in German is obligatory at a Christmas party…isn’t it?

  10. Webmistress Webmistress Says:

    I just saw the ad for “Milk” that you saw. It was aired during last night’s re-run of Saturday Night Live. Why is it that advertisers don’t know how to use Bowie’s music properly in ads? I think that prominently featuring the phrase “She’s so swishy in her satin and tat/In her frock coat and bipperty-bopperty hat” seems a bit ill-advised in a trailer for a movie about a gay activist.

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