Monday, May 17, 2010

SGALGG: Blame it on the Riviera

Monday. Work. Blah. So instead, let’s transport – if only briefly – to the south of France. A place where the carpet is red and the stars are beautiful. Before I leave this mortal coil, I would like – if only just once – to attend the Cannes Film Festival. It seems rather glamorous and extravagant, to conditions I normally try to avoid at all cost. But there’s just something so lovely about the way the movie stars look bathed in the flash of bulbs in the French Riviera. It’s just irresistible. Also irresistible, a little Cannes SGALGG. Ladies. Together. Yum. Happy Monday, mon petit chou.

Eva Longoria & Aishwarya RaiSomehow these ladies became special friends at Cannes this year posing not once, but twice together. France is magic that way.

Naomi Watts & Lucy PunchThe two ladies co-star in Woody Allen’s latest, “You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger.” I’m not sure if I’ll see the movie, but I know I’d love to see Naomi plants one on Lucy, like she appears to be about to here.

Evangeline Lilly & Michelle YeohDon’t these two look like they’re going to run off together and elope? Hey, what can I say, I have a very active imagination.

Nicole Laliberte & Haley BennettI have no idea who these two women are, but no additional imagination is needed to turn this SGALGGy. None at all.

Cate BlanchettThis is an entirely different kind of SGALGG – Straight Gal Acting Like a Gorgeous Gal. Which, of course, Cate is.

Catherine DeneuveAnytime you can post a picture of Ms. Deneuve, you should. Period.


Anonymous said...

How desperate are we lesbians anyway? It's bad enough to project homosexuality onto a celebrity just because they claim to be bisexual BUT NOW ALL an actress has to do is hug someone to be acting Gay? Desperate and Pathetic.

pwned_by_her said...

@Anonymous, whoaaaaa...chill. it's just a joke thing she's been doing forever. And yeah, given the lack of out actresses in the media today, forgive us if we like to imagine a little bit. :|

Anywho, ma bon Catherine! She looks trés trés belle! Nearly 70 and still amazing. :D

G Fuk said...

@Anonymous, can't we just take a moment and look at cute girls hug?

Love it Ms. Snarker :-)

G FuNk said...

Damn it! That should say G FuNk. Sorry about the typo gals O_o

Norma Desmond said...

Your statement about Catherine Deneuve is spot on, of course. That woman is unreal.

Anonymous said...

Never heard of Nicole Laliberte either but the interweb told me about

Kellz said...

Great post!
It's just missing Kristin Scott Thomas, Kate Beckinsale and Cate Blanchett standing on the same stage in the opening ceremony! ;~
Of course you'd have to erase the Gladiator and Tim Burton out, but it just takes 3 secs in Photoshop!

Anonymous said...

I don't know who a few of those are either, and if none of us do surely that means that they aren't SGALGG, but potentially GGALGG??!!

Also, I agree about going to Cannes some time. I went through the town on a train once as a scruffy, smelly little backpacker from the other side of the world, with my head out the window and the smell of sun and sea rushing by, and since then I have been able to FEEL Cannes whenever I see it on tv.


tlsintx said...

hey there Anonymous! simmer down now!

Being lesbian these days is tres chic...besides, the girls can't help it.

Snark on, Dorothy!

Anonymous said...


thanks for the post,
seems very beautuful!

see you~~~~ :)

Anonymous said...

pwned_by_her said...

Got OVER it powned_by_her because you KNOW I am right. Most lesbian oriented sites will bend over backwards to promote anything a straigh actress does as long as she is closer to "whire " than not.

Seriously how many times did lesbian websites promote the alleged "bisexuality" of L Word cast members? Not once acknowledging that w/ the exception of Leisha Hailey and Daniela Sea the majority of them were claiming bisexuality in order to promote the series.

It's one thing to look at beautiful "WOMEN" (I don't see any girls. Grow Up) It's another to project a non existent sexual orientation onto them.

What is so confusing about that?