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    Who did these? It's nice that they are not retouched...but damn, my senior portraits look better than these! I see all her wrinkles, I even see her mustache and stray hairs coming straight out of the top of her head.

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    I was wondering the same thing. IMDB says she was born in 1980, so she's 26. I guess her skin is extremely fair so she's got those fine lines around her eyes. And perhaps an upper lip wax might be a good idea when you're taking such hi-res pics. Although I know what a pain it can be...

    But I really like her and think she's very pretty and a good actress.

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    She's 26.

    I think the photos are o.k but that's down to her being really bonnie, because the actual photography is pants!

    I don't like the cheap tacky silver ring she has on though - it looks like she bought it at Elizabeth Duke for £4.99.

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    ^^Is "pants" a Brit or Scottish term to describe something that is bad/poor quality/sucks?

    I love that, it sounds so funny! I might start using it in my own vocabulary.

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    Well I'm from Yorkshire in England (near where the Bronte sisters come from) and we use it allot here (don't think the Bronte's did though!) - you're right in that it means something that's rubbish or crap!

    Start using it in Barcelona, it might just catch on!

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    I think the fine lines are because she's got ten layers of make-up caked on her face and these pictures magnify her about, oh I don't know, 10, 12 times. If you looked at yourself in a magnifying mirror and didn't see all the little hairs and lines, then you'd be weird, not her.

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    I would've really liked if the glasses were on her face for at least one picture. It would have been cute.

    The way she held her hand in the first two pictures in the second row isn't very flattering.

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    ok I know I sound dumb but who is she? what has she been in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Somerset View Post
    I think the fine lines are because she's got ten layers of make-up caked on her face and these pictures magnify her about, oh I don't know, 10, 12 times. If you looked at yourself in a magnifying mirror and didn't see all the little hairs and lines, then you'd be weird, not her.
    Oh trust me, I know I have the same hair and lines. I'm just not used to such harsh photography, especially of a celebrity! At least it's real, huh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Algernon View Post
    Oh trust me, I know I have the same hair and lines. I'm just not used to such harsh photography, especially of a celebrity! At least it's real, huh?
    Warts and all! Seeing an unairbrushed celebrity is like catching a glimpse of bigfoot.

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