Abbie Cornish Sends Derek A Get Well Card From Grammy After Party. Mini Serves As Excuse
BMW took a break from the arduous job of creating new variations of its Mini, and went to a party. Even that was strictly business, Mini was the official partner of the Grammy after party at the Chateau Marmont, a hotel famous for its dead celebrities.
John Belushi infamously died of an overdose in a bungalow of the Chateau. In 2004, photographer Helmut Newton had a fatal heart attack upon leaving the hotel, and crashed his Cadillac.
Should you ever stay at the Chateau, also don’t miss the attractions in its vicinity, such as the body shop across the street. You can walk to your hotel if you’ve been at the shop for service, I’ve done it many times.
We use this opportunity as an excuse to show a few partygoers. Abbie Cornish sends Derek, who is still in great pain after his tonsil removal, a get well.
Some gentlemen don’t like blondes, for those, a Dita Von Teese.
And for good measure, a Kimbra.
For the perverts who like redheads or no hair, the Iconapops.
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@Nick "When is Lindsay Lohan going to die there?" She is all yours.
Opening sentence...priceless. Blonde in perfectly fitted blue dress....there are no words. TTAC...best site on the 'net.