WTFug: Jaimie Alexander


Let me put this in context for you: Peter Facinelli is dating Jaimie Alexander. He did not attend this Thor 2: Best Little Thorhouse In Texas premiere, because there was a Twilight event, but his sixteen-year old daughter Luca Bella did. So although she and Jaimie weren’t photographed together, they must have been there together, and you’d imagine that means Jaimie was also the responsible adult in charge. And I’m sure she is a very nice person who would not accidentally sell Luca Bella into sex slavery or leave her anywhere sketchy, and I am not at ALL suggesting she is a bad influence. But: Please put yourself in Jaimie’s shoes, and just try and imagine having a maybe-potential-semi-unofficial stepdaughter of that age, taking her to your big movie premiere, and choosing to wear this:

She looks like she poured hot coffee down her front and it strategically seared off some fabric. AND IT GETS WORSE:

Underbutt. Buttpits? THIS IS NOT A DEBATE WE SHOULD EVER HAVE TO HAVE.

But, aside from it being brassy to show STRANGERS this much of her personal wonderland, I’m so hung up on the boyfriend’s-daughter thing. IT’S SO AWKWARD. How was this not painfully strange for all involved? Maybe it was, but couldn’t that have been avoided by, you know, wearing an actual dress? Seriously, picture them in the car together: “Hey, Luca. Yeah, I’ll scoot over — shoot, my dress shifted, don’t look, that’s your Dad’s business, HA HA HA, just kidding, but really, wait, hang on, I need you to look when I get out of the car to make sure everything is covered, and actually, could you be my pubis-wrangler for the night? Just like keep an eye on it and let me know if anything stray is poking out? That would be so great. Isn’t this nice? I’m so glad we’re bonding.” If I were Jennie Garth, I might be on the phone this morning to Peter, going, “Really? Really. REALLY.”

[Photo: Getty]

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Comments (170):

  1. nobody much
    +59

    I don’t care who she’s with, that’s an ugly dress.

  2. Louise
    +31

    Yeah, and did you see the back of that thing? Really, are we just going out naked now?

  3. TaraMisu
    +28

    That is all sorts of wrong.

    • Cecily
      +16

      So much hideous. I love, THIS IS NOT A DEBATE WE SHOULD EVER HAVE TO HAVE. hahahahaha Neither should my eyes be subjected to that much public nudity without a waiver…

  4. Kate
    +51

    Well, goodness knows girls these days are missing role models who aren’t afraid to be almost naked in public. Oh wait…

  5. qwertygirl
    +50

    Y’know, we talk about how it’s not OK to see navels in evening gowns, but quite frankly, I think this just took that sentiment up a notch. Or ten.

  6. Annie S.
    +118

    People Mag called this dress “peekaboo.” Um, no. This is the sartorial equivalent of Oprah entering the studio shouting “HELLOOOO, I’m HEEEERE.”

    •  Nikki
      +45

      More like “peek-a-boob”.

    • Maria L.
      +11

      Not to be vulgar – but this really calls for it – it is also peek-a-pussy because in some photos I’ve seen with her standing more to the side, YOU CAN COMPLETELY SEE HER MONS PUBIS. Ho. Ho. Ho. Slut shaming? Yes indeedy.

      • Heather
        +23

        Let’s not engage in that, please. Just because she wore this dress doesn’t make her a slut. It’s a tacky outfit, but… as we say here, we’re not fugging your soul, just your outfit.

        • Maria L.
          +5

          You are right, but going out in public with her pubis clearly and deliberately on display certainly makes her look like one.

          Sorry, it’s not a term I use normally, or lightly, but in this case, it is way beyond tacky.

  7. Anne
    +20

    Too much information! Is it really that difficult to find, you know, … a dress?

  8. Cat
    +27

    Could these ladies just put it away? The public doesn’t need to see that much of you…

  9. meemojeemo
    +123

    I saw some pictures of this in the paper today. From certain angles, they had to place a little black pubis square over her nether-region to save her “modesty”. If you need a newspaper to photshop a black modesty square over your lady parts so the world can’t see your you-know-what, here’s a tip – DON’T LEAVE THE HOUSE WEARING WHAT YOU ARE WEARING.

    • alannaofdoom
      +9

      Corollary: If the dress does not cover your business, YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED TO CALL IT A DRESS.

      Come on now, that dress is not an article of clothing. It is barely a *suggestion.”

  10. Jennifer
    +18

    I have been looking forward to reading this ALL. DAY. The only thing missing is the back view, which is equally bad if not worse.

    “pubis-wrangler” HAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!

  11.  TheZulk
    +5

    Man. I actually thought this was secretly kind of amazing until I learned all the details about who she is and what was going on at this event. Bleah.

  12. AM
    +42

    The story makes it even MORE tacky and vulgar, which I didn’t think was possible. And it’s not even a pretty dress!

  13.  ErinS
    +42

    That last line made me laugh. I first pictured Jennie Garth getting pics from her daughter last night of the dress, being all, “MOM, OMG.” And then this morning, sending screen shots of the dress from her smart phone with the “Really?” “Really.” REALLY.” captions, all from different angles. That’s what I’d probably do at least. If not to him, definitely to all of my BFFs.

    • S
      +21

      As a divorced mom myself, this would have me unleashing a tirade on my XH of historic proportions.

    •  jenelope
      +7

      Yep, somewhere Jennie Garth was saying, “OH HELL NO.”

  14.  emerald_bunny
    +11

    HOLY NAKED BATMAN

  15. meemojeemo
    +26

    Also, I now know that she has a tattoo in an incredibly intimate spot. That, alongside with the knowledge of what her lady parts and buttpitts look like must make this the holy trinity of too much infomation fug. A trifecta of eye-peeling awful.

    • Kate
      +2

      Tattoo? Do you have this blown up 12′x12′ with a high-powered magnifier?

      • meemojeemo
        +5

        On bigger pictures, her tattoo is actually pretty noticable…..although you know, maybe not *THAT* noticable, given then vertiable eyeful of stuff it’s otherwise fighting with

  16. Natalie
    +23

    How would you be comfortable in this dress all evening? Wouldn’t you be obsessed with making sure nothing was peeking out? Or if you are one to wear a dress like this, are you just past the point of caring?

    • julyol1972
      +7

      Past caring is my bet! Anyone leaving the house in this is mindful that they’ll receive a hellava lot ot attention, and really, really doesn’t care! If she was concerned, she would’ve worn drawers, at least.

      The thought of all the furniture she’ll be sitting on, is skeeving me out. This is just nasty!

  17. Sara
    +7

    I’ve gotta disagree with everyone here. I love the dress and I think she looks amazing. And Luca Bella is 16, not exactly a small child, so the pearl-clutching going on here over Jaimie being a bad influence or whatever is bizarre.

    •  Sophy
      +44

      REALLY? Really?
      You call that a dress????

    • Jessica
      +102

      I don’t think we necessarily think it’s a question of bad influence — I personally don’t think one dress can make a person DO anything — but just that it’s weird for your Dad’s gf to take you out for the night wearing a dress where all her bits are hanging out. It’s an odd choice on an interpersonal level.

      • Breda
        +56

        I would WANT TO DIE. I wouldn’t be able to look at her straight-on all night.

        • Heather
          +52

          Exactly what Jess said. My point was not that she’s a bad influence, but that this is CRAZY AWKWARD and you don’t want to present the poor girl with all the nether bits that her father has ALSO seen…

          • Sara
            +2

            Okay, sorry I misunderstood, but I maintain that the pearl-clutching is bizarre. As is the assumptions about what Luca Bella, Jennie Garth, and/or Peter Facinelli are thinking about this coming from you and other commenters. There’s some major projecting going on.

            • Jen M
              +23

              But that’s why we come here. For the funny projections.

            •  SCM
              +17

              I think when you can actually see her naked mound from certain angles, a certain amount of pearl clutching is legit. Seriously. That side view is horrifying.

          • Ariel
            +10

            Right. I was been in an only tangentially similar position as the teenage daughter of newly-split parents whose dad quickly started dating a hot piece significantly younger than my mom. It’s not sexy clothes that make things awkward so much your dad’s reaction to them unfolding in front of your eyes, particularly after a couple of glasses of scotch. GROSS MEMORIES.

        • HelenBackAgain
          +18

          Can you imagine? And the next day, Jaimie was probably plaintively asking Peter, “Why does she hate me? She wouldn’t even look at me!”

          At the same time that Jennie was saying, “Really? Really. REALLY.”

          And Luca was texting, “Daddy, please, don’t make me go anywhere with her again. She is SO EMBARRASSING OMG.”

          • Maria L.
            +15

            Well, at least it was educational; Luca now knows what getting a Brazilian means.

    • kickassmomnyc
      +7

      Really? Really. REALLY. This is an attention-whore get-up.
      Vulgarity is never a good choice when you’re with your boyfriend’s 16-year-old daughter.
      Her outfit is what’s bizarre.

    • julyol1972
      +32

      My daughter is 16, and if my ex’s girlfriend had taken my kid out wrapped in this crap, I would’ve read both him and her the riot act the next day. Sixteen may not be a small child, but it definitely is an impressionable age. Add to that all my daughter’s current body issues, and I would be appalled to have all Miss Alexander’s bits and bobs paraded around my kid.

      There’s enough that you have to talk about to your kid without having to add lack of clothing by an adult who should know better, to the equation.

      • Guerra
        +7

        I’m not a pearl clutcher, I defend the kardashians, I wear revealing clothes, even see through blouses, I think if you look amazing and the quality of your clothes is amazing go for it! (and I’m a mum)

        But this is too much. Come on!!!! It’s not even cute.

  18. Kate
    +8

    Seriously, short of stapling this mess to her crotch, how did she maintain any modesty? I would have been afraid to sit down, more afraid when getting up!

  19. Brenna
    0

    Wait, she’s 16? I should not know the waxing situation of a 16 year old.

    • Erika
      +3

      No, that’s the girlfriend. Who presumably is older than 16. The 16-yr old is not in the picture.

    • Heather
      +12

      You misread — her boyfriend’s daughter, who accompanied her to the event, is 16. Not Jamie Alexander. But I agree that we shouldn’t know Jamie’s waxing situation either.

      • Brenna
        +8

        OMG, I’ve never been happier to mis-read something in my entire life.

        I also just realized that instead of reading this person as “Jamie Alexander”, I was thinking of Jamie Pressley in my head…I should probably just leave work and go home now.

        • Jessica
          +61

          I first misread the headline about this as JASON Alexander. Which actually would have been awesome.

    • Karen
      +3

      The person in the dress isn’t 16. She was escorting (appropriate verb) the 16-year-old daughter of her boyfriend.

  20. Ailatan
    +10

    o_O

  21. Jen from cincy
    +15

    It’s strange how someone can be so naked and so covered up at the same time.

    I hate this dress. No one should be forced to know this much about your personal hygiene choices.

  22. Michelle
    +26

    I sure hope that dress isn’t a loaner.

    NO. UNDERWEAR. AT. ALL. WHATSOEVER. ANYWHERE.

    Bleh.

    • Heather
      +11

      I agree. Ew. Hope Aunt Flo isn’t visiting.

      •  Jen S. 2.0
        +8

        GGAAAACCCCKKKK!

        That thought stopped me cold in my tracks, which even the phrase “vag-tape” did not. Wow.

    • Snarkypants
      +2

      On that note, I never understand how these “celebrities” go to events in NO UNDERWEAR. EW EW EW across the board… what about riding in a cab or even a limo, and then sitting anywhere. So gross to even think about.

  23. mj
    +2

    SO MUCH YES on what Jenny-mom SHOULD say. ugh.

  24. TonyG
    +3

    You made me think of butt pits…ewwww ( and :D )

  25.  Sophy
    +8

    I feel that its not flattering either to her great bod- her butt looks so huge and like alump of dough.

    • HelenBackAgain
      +3

      That would be so very not good on ANY dress, and it’s really noticeable. The fabric is actually sagging down the entire back, not just the rear-end area.

      My preference would be to KILL IT WITH FIRE, but if she wasn’t going to do that, she should have at least had it tailored to fit.

      • BrownEyedBetty
        +3

        Yes, once again the peek-a-butt look isn’t doing any favors to the mis-guided celebutants. Her ass looks HUGE and Dumpy. Why doesn’t anyone tell them this before they step outside.!??!

  26.  amys
    +15

    I bet even Erin Wasson thinks this is tacky. And the pubis-adjacent cutout isn’t even graceful. Neither is the butt cut. Hacken Crack. Godawful!

  27. Heather
    +19

    I BRIEFLY dated a divorced guy with 2 teenaged daughters and I thought the s**t he pulled (like talking about me as though I was their stepmom after 2 weeks of dating) was all kinds of inappropriate/no boundaries/creepy.

    Then I saw this.

  28. MissTee
    +25

    Here we are forced to encounter the three T’s:

    Tacky.
    Tasteless.
    Tushie.

    Actually there are two more T’s but since I’m not as vulgar as this dress, I won’t type them here.

  29. elie
    +3

    Can’t imagine she intended to look bumpy, droopy and like she has back fat on the rear view- but she does!

  30. witjunkie
    +4

    MAKE IT STAHP

  31.  Lindsay
    +24

    Honestly, this dress just makes me embarrassed for her.

  32. Andreina Baiano
    +43

    Anyway….way to go with the midlife crisis, Mr. Facinelli…

  33. Amanda
    +5

    I realize this makes me a terrible, terrible person, but I sort of think this is a little bit fabulous.

    • Lindz
      +6

      I feel like if the back wasn’t sheer and if the front sheer area wasn’t so low it might be workable.

      • Jenz
        +1

        I think you’re right – This could be really good but that front area of the dress is just too low to be tasteful.

    • Veronica
      0

      I think this would be fabulous in certain settings, like an editorial or runway. Not so much at a movie premiere, maybe? I also think I’d prefer it if the strip down the front ended at the stomach. That way, when she turned around, the daring and risque part would be the back.

      • Katherine
        +1

        I agree- if it fit and were in the proper context (ie not moving and fully wrangled- it is quite pretty. But it does not fit, is not wrangled, and is so very far from the proper context that it becomes awful.

    • Vicki Glover
      0

      This does not make you a terrible person. It means you just have a different opinion. And I am of the same opinion. I wish I could be confident enough with my body to even contemplate wearing a dress like this. Personally, I think she looks amazing. Sheer bits or not.

  34. Doxiedarling
    +7

    I’m all for fashion as art – confronting, controversial, whatever. But this is just godawful on so many levels. It’s actually making me wrinkle my nose in disgust.

  35. Roz
    +1

    What irritates me most about this is the hairdo. Wtfrick is a Mad Men hairdo doing with THIS dress? Furthermore it is way too stiff and old lady “classy” for this dress. I hate it.

  36. luvthefuggers
    +4

    well, it doesn’t even fit well. there is a photo out there somewhere that shows the front netting all wrinkled like old fashioned panty hose. and boney is not sexy. it’s just boney. and the belly button just looks ridiculous. i’m all for a statement dress, but it needs to be artistic at least, and made out of something that doesn’t hang like great-grandma’s roll-ups.

    • Megan
      +20

      Maybe let’s not judge her body, “boney” [sic] or otherwise, and stick with criticizing the (incredibly awful) clothing. I agree that the wrinkly, saggy mesh is the saddest part of the whole mess, definitely.

      • luvthefuggers
        0

        And I think that displaying hipbones is just boney with this dress. . I said nothing about her body, just the word boney. Hip boney. That’s all.

  37. mue
    +3

    At least there’s no question where her spine is.

  38. Ashley
    +21

    LADY SIF YOU ARE A WARRIOR PUT ON SOME GODDAMN CLOTHES.

    Sigh.

  39. Evalyn
    +1

    So is there any question of whether she’s a resonsible adult?

  40. Improbable Joe
    +29

    OMG, it is the poster for “Showgirls”

    • Nicole O
      +7

      Exactly what I was about to say. She’s a bit late to be dressing up as the poster for Showgirls for Halloween, and it’s definitely not a Versayce.

  41. Jamie
    +2

    I get that she’s making a serious play for the role of Wonder Woman in the new Superman movie, and that there is unlikely to be a Thor 3: The Thor-reckoning, or whatever, and that this was a last ditch effort at snagging some headlines and therefore upping her name recognition going into what will likely be an all out war over casting… but this dress is still gross.

  42. SweetArlene
    +1

    I…I…..I don’t even know what to say. Gross?

  43. Katherine
    +26

    Gotta love her quote about “Everyone hates me, I don’t even work out that much.” How un-self-aware is *that*? Sweety, if everyone hates you, it’s not because your body is so naturally wonderful, it’s because you’re telling the world how naturally wonderful it is. And showing everyone. Including your boyfriend’s daughter.

    I wonder if that quote came from her being super insecure (Omg, validate me!) or totally full of herself, but either way, someone needs to take her aside and tell her that people can appreciate her beauty just as well if she wears opaque clothing and stops telling everyone how fabulous she thinks she is.

    • Vicki
      0

      Are you sure the quote wasn’t taken out of context? Not saying that I know it is for sure or not, but I’ve watched a lot of her interviews and she’s a pretty amazing woman. Most recently, she’s been quoted saying that she won’t run around in a push up bra and booty shorts for a role. She doesn’t seem the type to make comments to get compliments or with the agenda of telling everyone how fabulous she is.

      • Molly
        +5

        I find it really funny that she said she wouldn’t run around in a push up bra and booty shorts for a role, but she will basically appear naked at a movie premier. And this is an event which she does not even HAVE to attend … bizarre.

  44. Esme
    +3

    OK, but you know what? You’ve got to admit it’s still better than this.

    http://www.egotastic.com/photos/adrienne-bailon-wardrobe-malfunction-in-nyc/

    • kickassmomnyc
      +4

      Oh my.
      What is wrong with these people?

    • openroses
      +3

      The funny part is, when I clicked on that link, it said she was experiencing a “wardrobe malfunction.” I cold only think, yes, that whole outfit was the wardrobe malfunction…

  45. Katherine
    +4

    Also- aren’t there laws about intentionally showing a minor your lady bits? You can’t convince me she really thought she’d stay covered, so this is clearly intentionally allowing her guy’s minor daughter to see her in the alltogether, which has got to be legally iffy.

  46. Julia
    +58

    I can’t even think about the dress, because I am still too hung up on the “Peter Facinelli was at a Twilight event” sentence. HOW ARE THERE STILL TWILIGHT EVENTS?

  47. jlhm
    +4

    Too desperate.

  48. Lietchka
    +3

    with apologies for possibly taking this commenting section (and our fugging eyes) to unprecedented NSFW territory (and 1000% DNSFSD: DEFINITELY not safe for Step-Daughter), here’s the view from the side: http://imgur.com/eCVBpqm

    #JUSTDONT

  49. Stefanie
    +8

    I dont hate the dress as much as I probably should but I do hate it in this context. Like had she been at the Porn awards or something I would like it.

  50. Sandra
    +3

    Note to self: Call the parents and thank them for never ever putting us kids through the awkwardness of them dating other people. And for wearing clothes anytime we could see them.

  51. Lucille Austero
    +1

    I get all the words words words about the frock, but what my mind seized on was the daugher’s moniker. Luca Bella Falcinelli. That’s a whole lot of name.

  52. Catherine D
    +11

    I know it’s a minor detail, considering, but the “dress” is too long.

  53. Dani
    +3

    This is just such a shame becuase such a FACE! But that is the last thing anyone’s going to be looking at here.

  54. tigers4us
    +2

    Why wear anything at all? Way TMI, and WAAAY inapproriate!

  55. bamerist
    +5

    redact – a – dress

  56. JanetP
    +2

    You know, the back doesn’t really bother me, perhaps because we’ve seen something like this before. But the naked front????? Holy frontal-stepmother, Batman!

  57. A
    +15

    Nothing worse than your ex with
    1. Somebody that looks NOTHING like you
    2. Somebody that looks NOTHING like you and is half naked
    3. Somebody that looks NOTHING like you and is half naked with your daughter

  58. Clementine
    +5

    And the fashion gods wept.

  59. Karen Sue
    +13

    This just further proves what a douche Peter Facinelli and how much better off Jennie Garth is without him. It would SO hit the fan if I was her.

  60. Caroline
    +1

    No, no, nononoNOno. Should have torched the rest of the dress, too.

  61. whiterabbit11
    +5

    My thoughts, in order: oh my lord. How did she sit down in that? How did she get out of the car in that? I hope that’s not on loan because ewww. It needs hemming.
    Much much much later: Oh she is so pretty and her body is amazing. What a shame.

  62. CJ
    +3

    The dress is ugly, but it did the job it was supposed to. She’s pretty far down the credits list for Thor and most people don’t really know who she is besides dating Peter Facinelli and maybe small acting credits she might have had. People are talking about her today. It was a PR move for her.

    I really don’t think the fact that her boyfriend’s 16 year old daughter was with them is a big deal. Sixteen isn’t seven years old. If anything, she was probably mortified, which sucks.

    • Sandra
      +32

      Daddy wasn’t there. I agree that a 16 year old knows what human anatomy looks like and I’m sure she is aware of the nature of the relationship between Miss Naked USA and Daddy. However, no young woman in the history OF EVER wanted to be confronted with Dad’s girlfriend’s naked anatomy, and especially not in public.

      So 10 of 10 for publicity stunt; -1000 for subjecting the kid to it.

    • Mikki
      +2

      Yes, she’s taken a page from Miley’s PR book of nudity, which seems to be working for her. Actually, Miley is likely crying now that she didn’t spot this “dress” first!

  63. Claire1
    +6

    She’s darn pretty….
    But I cant help but question her self esteem and/or her I.Q.

  64. Bambi Anne Dear
    +1

    In a lap-dancing club, yes. How must it feel to go out this naked?

  65. Sandra
    +44

    Come back, Granny Panties! FugNation apologizes for all the harsh things we’ve said. We have seen–and I do mean seen–the error of our ways. Please never leave us again.

  66. Guerra
    +2

    And everyone thought that gwyneth Paltrow dress was bad!

    Gross.

    My bf (now hubby) would of broke up with me of I wore this dress in public, let alone with his daughter!!

  67. CopyChic
    +4

    Forget granny panties. There’s something to be said for leaving something to the imagination, and we all have better imaginations than this.

  68. Jen M
    +49

    Maybe her invite had a typo? And she thought she had to make a pubic appearance?

  69. Isobel
    +1

    Bad decisions were made. Unforgivable bad decisions.

  70. Kate
    +4

    BTW, who designed this piece of crap, Fredericks of Hollywood?

  71.  gryt
    +9

    The only one in the history of the universe who could pull this look off is Grace Jones.

    • Kate
      +4

      True, but Grace would never – she’d think it too obvious and common.

  72. Joe Gordon
    0

    Am I the only one who’s surprised she didn’t snag the dress on her pumps and fall, tearing the dress in the process? Or did that actually happen as she was walking out of the house and she was late and the dress tore that exact way and there was no time to do anything but soldier on.

  73. Carol
    +3

    Wow, that is such a desperate cry for attention that Im embarrassed for her. Seeing as her and Peter were hooking up long before he and Jennie called it quits, it’s very obvious she doesn’t give a damn about what Jennie or her children think.

    The thing is, if she does get really famous and the Wonder Woman role, Peter will be left in the dust. The peak of his career is gone, nobody cares about him outside Twilight. Miss Jaime clearly has her sights set bigger than the C list…..

  74. Rita
    +4

    Come on people, it’s not GROSS or OFFENSIVE, it’s just a (beautiful) female body overexposed – we all have a body, aren’t you familiar with that fact? She is not a slut for showing her body, as I read (and what’s the problem with sluts?), it was just a silly (and kinda sad) choice. Give her a break (I think she needs it).

    • Heather
      +5

      I wholly agree that calling her a slut is totally inappropriate. I’m not going to give her a break on the outfit, but a bad dress does not a bad person make. Fug the outfit, not the soul.

      •  Ellyn
        +1

        So, the designer appears to have seen the posters for Showgirls and then decided to use that as an inspiration??? I must say that I never would have believed that there would be an outfit on a red carpet that could convince me that the Showgirls poster actually left something to the imagination … the mind boggles!

    • panjinlian
      +2

      Thank you! The name-calling and shaming in this thread is what’s truly offensive. It’s just a body.

      (and I think she looks great…)

    • Esme
      +4

      There are many expert slut shamers who comment here, unfortunately; sorry, but I find the scorn heaped on this person (whom I’ve never heard of–not interested in Thor-like stuff) Miley Cyrus, and even Rita Ora absolutely appalling. Who needs men to verbally abuse us, when there are so many willing women to do the job?

      • Debra
        0

        Esme you hit the nail on the head…why are women being so critical…she played a gamble and it payed off now everyone is talking about her…she is not a slut for wearing this dress and no one has the right to say so…yes the dress is bad and very revealing but labeling her a slut is just plain wrong. Thanks to Heather for speaking up as well…

  75. luxsword
    +3

    What’s the point of showing so much skin with a netting that makes all this skin wrinkled? It’s so ugly.

  76. Karen
    +4

    Actually the Mail OnLine had quite a few pictures of her in this dress and there were some pictures taken from the side view and I swear you could see what was partially covered up when viewing from the front. You saw it all. I guess that was the whole purpose of the dress was to let people sneak a peak. Leave it to the cameraman to be able to position his lens to take that shot! Sort of reminds me of actresses who wear black and when the flashes go off on the cameras you can see their lack of underwear because the brightness of the flash makes the dress disappear and you see through the fabric. Well the side shot of this dress shows her nether-region. I must admit I was shocked! First that Paltrow gal wearing that dress with the sheer sides that showed her butt and almost her other region and now this. I predict probably too soon we will she a completely sheer dress with no undies. We are already seeing sheer lace dresses with no slips, but their underpants showing. Tacky, trashy and no class.

  77. kta
    0

    I can’t say that I like the dress – it’s somehow not particularly flattering even though it shows off how hot she is, it looks too long, the sheer bits are oddly swirly or striped on film, etc. So by all means, hate on the dress. And yeah, bringing along 16 year old Facinelli seems like it’d probably be super awkward.

    But come on, guys. We don’t know their lives, maybe it was awkward and embarrassing and they’ll never speak of it again or maybe everybody involved was cool with it? Maybe this is just how they roll. Maybe it was a last minute dress swap and she didn’t realize just how revealing that side view was until it was too late. Regardless, jumping straight to calling her desperate and gross and a stripper and him an irresponsible parent just smacks of slut-shaming and I’d expect better from GFY and its commenters.

    • Liz
      +4

      Well, in my opinion, being slutty and dressing slutty out in the world are two totally different things. She can BE as slutty as she wants to be in her private life, but once she’s out in public dressed like a Madame, I’m totally going to judge, just like I judge the over-the-hill hipsters and goths in my neighborhood. You don’t get a special pass because of the patriarchy.

      • Heather
        +8

        My post never called her desperate and never called her a stripper, and never called him an irresponsible parent. I do think it’s fair for me to call into question the judgment. And the awkwardness. And put myself in Jennie Garth’s shoes and imagine making the “WTF” phone call — which doesn’t mean I’m calling him a bad parent; it just means that from an observer’s point of view this is a bad, bad idea. Regardless of the daughter, but especially because of her. The whole thing could have been avoided by wearing a classier dress, which she chose not to do. Calling HER classless is not the same thing as calling the OUTFIT classless; the latter is what my post was saying.

        • Heather
          +9

          And for the record, I hadn’t seem some of the above comments in time to step in — sorry about that. As I said above, there is no reason to call this person a slut. We don’t know her life. We can question the judgment, and marvel at the potential awkwardness, but the dress can’t be equated with an assumption of behavior.

  78. Mrs Smith
    +4

    I believe the People of Walmart site calls a rear-view such as that, “Bottom Biscuits.”

  79.  SPJava
    +5

    Its All hideous. BUT The back of the dress strikes me as so weird and funny. You have all that REVEAL and then there’s a zipper running down the middle? Shouldn’t a dress like this (not that there are too many like it and hopefully will be no more) Have the zipper on the side.

    It just goes to show yet again that EVERYONE’s middle name in Hollywood is, “Will this get me press?” Be it Good, Bad, Ugly or FUGly.

  80. Pamb
    +1

    Oh, what Gwyneth hath wrought! It wasn’t enough to show the side of her butt, this chickie has to show part of her pubis (what does THAT wax job look like) as well most of her butt.

    Who’s going to try to top this?

  81. Lily1214
    +1

    This is so first-rate unattractive. No, no, no.

  82. ccm800
    +1

    Well that’s just SILLY looking.