Fug File: Poll

Alice Fug Wonderland


I’m not sure I know what to say anymore.

I mean, I could suggest that Helena must be in the midst of living out a fanfic about a woman named Bellatrix Havisham who kidnaps Tom Riddle, imprisons him in the catacombs of France, and gets jilted on the day of her elaborate three-way wedding between them and Severus Snape because Snape and Voldemort free themselves and run off together and she’s left to perish in the flames of her own hate candles. But that feels like a cheap, crazy amalgam of every single joke I’ve ever made about one of Helena’s getups. I have no fresh material.

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Fug Nation’s 2010 Oscar Picks: Part I


Okay, so we know this doesn’t have much to do with clothes. But everyone loves an Oscar pool, and we know you guys enjoy rocking the vote. And who doesn’t cherish correctly the whims of Hollywood’s movie elite? So we figured we’d put up one post every day for the next five days asking you guys to pick your winners in every category. Then on Friday, March 5, we’ll post Fug Nation’s consensus Oscar ballot, and on Sunday, March 7, when the neverending telecast airs, we can see how we did.

We’ve tried to spread out the sexy fun categories, so everything will be presented in no particular order here. Without further ado, here are the first few categories for you to pick — and feel free to discuss your votes in the comments.

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Celebrity Blue-Off: Anne Fugthaway vs Fugcelle Beauvais


“Okay, America, you got me. I totally stole this before Johnny Weir was finished with it, cut off the pants, and strategically shaved it to make it look like someone just took Grover hostage. But COME ON, it’s hairy, and hairy equals hot! Right? RIGHT? At LEAST tell me it’s more fun than the shiny blue that Garcelle wore:

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Grammys Fug and Fab and Unfug and Hmmm Weekend: Jennifer Hudson


There’s something kind of awesome about Jennifer Hudson wearing a Victoria Beckham design to the Grammys, and I think it is this: We’re all so accustomed to Posh’s sample-sized frame that it’s refreshing to know she can design something that fits a normal human body. And for the most part, I think Jennifer Hudson — whom I almost accidentally called Jennifer Love Hudson right now, for which J.Hud maybe ought to slap me — looked great in this.

However, I have questions.

1) Is that not a wee tight across her boobs?
2) I get that black tights theoretically complete the sleekness of the look, but might this have been better if she’d just gone bare-legged? 
3) Is that a sweat stain underneath her right armpit? If so, then I am surprised she didn’t notice, and stood that way — usually when you are pitting out, you can feel it — and if is merely designed to LOOK that way, then OH VICKY, what were you thinking? Faux-perspiration is not posh.
4) Now that I look at it: Does Jennifer kind of look like she’s wearing a waist apron, as if she is slinging hash in the world’s most formal greasy spoon?
5) Are you as fascinated by her bang-piece as I am? 
Do the questions stop here? What do YOU think?

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Grammys Fug Weekend ‘You The Jury’: Carrie Underwood


Well, she didn’t change clothes five times like she does at all the country music shows, but thank God we do have three Carrie Underwood ensembles to chew on from this year’s Grammys and its related shindigs. Want to file into the jury box and look impassive while the lawyers present their arguments? Y’all are welcome to deliberate in the comments as well.

EXHIBIT A: Red Carpet
The prosecution opens by pointing out that the neckline of this dress makes Carrie look like she’s hunched, but the defense is ready: It posits that the unusual bodice is the only reason anyone is discussing this dress at all, and that it’s very creative and fun. The prosecution counters that this might be better without the horizontal bit that looks like she has been lassoed, and suggests this is what enslaved vestal virgins are wearing in the court of the galactic emperor in 2314, and when the defense is all, “How would you KNOW THAT,” the prosecution shrugs and then makes a big show of looking for the keys to the office DeLorean. The defense pouts that it’s super cool and she’s hot so WHATEVER.  But the prosecution isn’t done; it yawns that it’s sick of white on the red carpet, and blames Kate Hudson. The defense objects, nothing that people are also generally sick of Kate Hudson herself, and contends that opposing counsel is only invoking that name to instill in the jury an annoyed feeling that will create unfair bias. The judge instructs the jury to ignore any feelings of ill-will toward Kate Hudson, no matter how overrated Almost Famous and all of her ensuing performances have been. The prosecution leaps up to insist that How To Lose A Guy In Ten Days is secretly kind of okay, but the judge bangs the gavel and decrees Kate Hudson to be seriously off-topic and irrelevant here unless we are discussing show-stopping yellow dresses, actresses who date athletes and whether their genitals sup on the players’ abilities, or the Please Leave Owen Wilson Alone online fan club.

Exhibit B: Performance

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SAGs 2010: Best and Worst


Because this was so much fun last time! Gather around, Fug Nation, as we determine who was the best, and the worst, of Saturday’s SAG Awards. As always, I’m sure our blurry eyes missed someone AWESOME or AWFUL, so although the vote is only between the people who ended up on the site, feel free to chat about everyone in the comments.

Please vote after the jump! (Because otherwise this big fat poll would eat up our entire homepage.)

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