An Excess of Alexa

‘Mail on Sunday’ get a little beyond carried away with their latest toady description of Alexa Chung

 

‘Fashionista’ Alexa Chung, as we’ve suggested previously, is probably a perfectly nice person. However, though she’s lauded by the metropolitan elite, nobody in Newcastle likely gives a damn and frankly, on that basis, we cannot fathom why she generates so many column inches.

 

In an article in today’s Mail on Sunday, ‘showbiz reporter’ Lily Waddell listed Miss Chung as:

 

“Fashion royalty”

 

“The belle of the ball”

 

“The biggest designer name of the moment”

 

“A style maven”

 

“A starlet”

 

And finally: “A fashion genius”

 

We would go as far to suggest that this is quite possibly the worst example of toadiness we’ve seen in months. Could Ms Waddell have been after a free outfit?

 

3 COMMENTS

  1. Your photos sum her up just perfectly. She is pointless in the extreme. Loved only by the likes of Sir Philip Green and Evgeny Lebedev — two people I loathe.

  2. She looks like she needs a dose of THE ROD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Send her DOWN UNDER and I’ll show her a truly wonderful time!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Yum, yum, yum!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Delicious!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Can you send her a picture of yourself first? The one of you where you face looks like a very large and ugly backside with huge ’80’s glasses stuck on it?
      Rod, even for an Australian you are hideous.

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