David Beckham’s new ad campaign for Adidas, coinciding with the “Brand Beckham launch” in America, is getting some stick for being too street, too rapper, too Eminem.
Not by us, mind you. We’d like to point out David has always dressed like a b-boy, so let’s not get our knickers in a twist over nothing. It would serve us no use and only detract from his fine looks.
And, lest we forget, in 2003 David was awarded the title, “The Blackest Man in Britain”, so calling him Eminem really isn’t technically correct. Link: Black Like Beckham
Link: Look It’s David Beck-Eminem
Link: Adidas Official Site
photo: big and rex
Someone give this woman an award.
Kickettes, a question. If you were rolling through the streets at this stage of pregnancy, would you have the strength to get off the sofa, let alone hit Kings Road and blow through your man’s cash at the speed of light? Twice in two weeks?
Hmm, well, perhaps we would drag our behinds out of the private car, buy half a dozen pairs of shoes and then make the driver come in and help us carry them all out to the car.
Because 1. he’s a driver, which is synonymous with servant; 2. we’re pregnant. and we have many shoes. so help us carry the shopping and then drive us to our hair appointment. we still have two and a half months to go - let’s try and stay mates.
Hitting the 4th Annual Red Party with Janice Dickenson and Christian Audigier.
Abi’s currently filming her new reality TV show in California.
“Quite often I take the linings out of my clothes to improve the fit. I never allow them to get see-through, though. I can’t bear see-throughness at all – not after three children.“
Cristiano is always in top form, but lately, yeesh, he is looking good on the pitch.
And this time we’re actually talking about his footy skills. Team-mate Wayne Rooney was recently quoted saying he thinks the C-dawg is the best player in the world at the moment.
Cristiano hasn’t publicly mentioned if he agrees with Wayne or not, but he has been very clear about one area where he outshines the competition:
Okay, two areas.
In this month’s Vogue, when asked whether he goes out dancing on his nights off, he admits to going to clubs, but says, “I’m very different from the English lads. I don’t need to drink alcohol before I can dance. It’s natural to me, it’s what I do.“
Take a moment to imagine the dancefloor at a random “hot” nightclub in Anywhere, UK. Cristiano and the Man U crew are kicking it in the VIP. Champs is flowing, groupies are hovering; it’s on, ya’ll. Suddenly, Beyonce comes blasting through the speakers. Cristiano leaves a trail of drunken slow steppers in his wake as he takes over the dancefloor, white vest and slightly too tight jeans in effect, Lord of the Boogie-Dance. All bow to his superior rhythm and grace as he performs a medley of moves that would cause Peter Crouch to retire his size 24 dancing shoes.
It could happen.
Later on in the interview, when talking about the launch of his upcoming clothing line, CR7, Cristiano says that hands down, the best dressed player at Manchester United is himself.
It bears repeating: we love this man. It’s impossible not to.