I'm still not convinced it's a paunch, though. ALL guys have a little something there, even the very built ones. (My bf can pull my size 0 girly jeans all the way up and he's a little squishy there.) That's why I pointed out that the cut is wrong. I'm underweight and even I can look pregnant depending on the cut of a top. Women with relatively large calves shouldn't wear pants/skirts that end mid-calf. Stuff like that.
What Johnny doesn't have is ginormous washboard abs that show through that little something.
Why is this even "news"? Johnny can do what he wants, who cares how much his house is?
And btw, Rex, NEITHER WILL YOU ... Salud!
Last edited by aftershocks; 02-13-2011 at 10:32 PM.
If you actually watch the video, I think it's quite clear that Richie Rich doesn't need anyone to get him or his show attention. Does Johnny garner extra press? Highly likely, but in the fashion world, I think Richie Rich is obviously very established and known for his quirky esthetic. I think the vid clearly shows that Richie Rich and Johnny are friends who understand each other and enjoy being in each other's company.
In regard to Johnny's "potential ability," ... the fact he's already walked the runway more than once already, I think takes him past "potential." I also doubt that modeling is going to be his main focus of endeavor.
I think Jon Heder's character in Blades of Glory was inspired by Johnny's The Swan sp performance.
“In the hour of adversity, be not without hope; for crystal rain falls from black clouds.”.
"Michelle would never be caught with sausage grease staining her Vera Wang." - rfisher
The costume Heder wore was directly inspired by Johnny's The Swan costume. I think the program was more of a spoof.
Most of the stuff in here is old territory.
No, BigB08822, who said they got the idea to make a documentary from Johnny. It was Barba and Pellerito who asked USFS for permission to film a documentary about the sport, and they later decided to focus it on Johnny. So, USFS independently decided to pursue developing another film on a different aspect of the sport or the plans for RISE were already in the works before they were approached by Barba and Pellerito. The high profile success of Pop Star On Ice on the indie circuit certainly did not go unnoticed.
Last edited by aftershocks; 02-14-2011 at 07:44 AM.
And just because he's walked the runway "more than once" doesn't mean he has any staying power. He's hot right now - we'll see how things go 2-3 years down the road.
How do you know whether Johnny has any intention or desire to continue doing this 2-3 years down the road?
You also seem to be able to read Richie Rich's mind, in addition to predicting Johnny Weir's future.