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    Sundance 2012: Best & Worst Dressed List!

     

    "Sundance 2012: Festival After Dark" Hosts J.R. Holbrook and Jen Hardman select the best/worst dressed of the festival 2012.

    *Video segment can be viewed on www.festivalafterdark.blogspot.com
    www.johnrobertholbrook.com
    BEST:
    1. Kirsten Dunst - Our #1 beauty at Sundance 2012!
    2. Jason Mraz - He has a great look and what a voice.
    3. Sigourney Weaver - Love the bag, love the shoes, love everything.
    4. Dennis Haysbert - What an elegant, handsome man.
    5. Bruce Willis - Just cool!
    WORST:
    1. Aziz Ansari - What a little punk with bad manners!  He was rummaging through the gifting lounges looking for freebies.
    2. Will Ferrell - Scruffy, funny & scruffy! He stole Mary Ann's dress from "Gilligan's Island" and made a shirt for Sundance 2012.
    3. Helen Hunt - Grey kitten but NOT a hot one! Better luck next year!
    4. Spike Lee - Dude...It is NOT game day! A baseball uniform, tie, gold chains, gold tooth, a cross! OMG!
    5. William H. Macy - His face and his clothes needed a shave. His sweater had lint balls everywhere. His pasty white skin and red body hair made us throw up a little bit in our mouth.
    BEST COUPLE:
    Bradley Cooper and Zoe Saldana - Gorgeous from head to toe!
    WORST COUPLE:
    Richard Gere and his glasses - The bottle cap glasses made his eyes seem HUGE! Maybe he was looking for gerbels? Sorry - Too Soon?

     

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