Is anyone else watching Carols? Is it my imagination or has Marina Prior gone overboard with the botox and lip fillers?
It must be difficult being in the public eye and having made a career as a pretty young ingenue. I am sure that were I in her position I would find it hard to resist the lure of cosmetic surgery. But she looks kind of weird!
Still she is donating her time for a great cause so who am I to comment. Good on her and the others.
We just saw her on the Brisbane Lord Mayor's Carols and my husband refused to believe it was her when I said that was who it was. She looks like the waxwork version of herself, most definitely. Still sounds pretty good though.
Tottie Goldsmith she is an "actress" who was married to David Rayne (I think thats the right brother lol) She's been in various TV shows over the years. She was the chick on the far left wearing tights and a sheer black top.
I only saw a bit of it, with the "icons" of Aus rock and I laughed when they couldn't all start the song at the same time! It was a very lacklustre opening line from them. Can they not count themselves in, in their heads??
Tottie Goldsmiths biggest claim to fame is that she's Olivia Newton-Johns niece. She got by on that for many years.
Yes to the Marina lips. I think the poor love wants to be the angel on the Christmas tree til she's 110.
Rachael Leahcar is a pretty girl, lovely singer but my goodness, she needs to learn to speak.
There, I'm done with the b**chy, I'm actually really enjoying it. Love the glitz, the glamour and the commercialism of it all. It wouldn't be Christmas in Vic without a good slice of cheesy from Carols.
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