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chiccox3 chiccox3 9 years
thank you so much cleopatra!
Cleopatra2U Cleopatra2U 9 years
The car is an older model MG.
chiccox3 chiccox3 9 years
what kinda car is she driving?i love it!! does anyone know?
pink_magnetism pink_magnetism 9 years
Kelly, & kate, that's a bit random... The camera phone is not the problem. If you are a celebrity then people are going to care about what you are doing. That is something that a celebrity has to deal with as part of the job that they chose to do. Is it fair? Maybe not, but there's no changing it.
powscalper powscalper 9 years
Why do you idolize Kate Moss so much? Is it her cocaine ravaged mucous membranes? He endless string of "broken wing" badboy junkied out boyfriends with puss filled scabs on their faces? Or is it her chemically polluted womb?
Cleopatra2U Cleopatra2U 9 years
I'm not aware of the blaming of the fashion industry as I don't really follow fashion, just celeb gossip. What I saw was a woman embroiled in a scandal make a brief but IMO heartfelt apology, take some lumps from some of her employers and the press, and then return to work not only as usual but better. I guess how you view this depends on your view of drug use in general. I think using drugs is a personal decision (one that should not, IMO, be dictated by gov't. -- who are they to say what an adult should and shouldn't do to his/her body and mind?) and, going back to the original topic, a decision that can be made quite impersonal by camera phones and the like. What if there were camera phones when George W. Bush was snorting coke? Or when Bill Clinton was "not inhaling"? Or when founding fathers like Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin were using marijuana and opium, respectively, to ease their pain? The U.S. might be a lot different today... Not necessarily worse, but not necessarily better, either... Just different...
tiabia tiabia 9 years
She's a LOSER in my eyes, because I don't think she emerged with any sort of grace. She gained her contracts + more back because others in the industry made a big fuss on the fact that the "industry" should be blamed and NOT Kate...which allowed them to step around the problem that is rampant drug use in the Fashion industry. She's also a loser because although she's only been caught once (maybe), she again is a longtime drug USER, and going immediately from rehab back to drug ABUSER Pete Doherty doesn't make me feel that she's 100% clean.
Cleopatra2U Cleopatra2U 9 years
Oh, yeah, I disagree with the LOSER part, too, so that we will have to agree to disagree on. I'm sorry, but handling a scandal with relative grace and emerging from it with even more contracts than you had before you started does not make a loser. Is there a handshake smiley?
Cleopatra2U Cleopatra2U 9 years
Tiabia, I actually agree with most of what you just said! The only thing I disagree with is about cocaine NOT being a one-time use drug. I'm sure there are lots of people who tried it once, didn't like it, and never did it again. I don't think Kate Moss is one of these people, but I don't think she's an addict, either -- cocaine tends to take you down hard and fast if you're truly addicted. You are right in that helps her to work in an industry that is relatively tolerant of drug use. But it also helped her to have had years of good work under her belt before getting caught... As it does with lots of jobs. Let's say you hire some kid off the street and two days later catch him doing coke in the bathroom -- chances are he is gone, pronto! On the other hand, let's say you have an employee who has done good work for you for 10-20 years and then find out he's using -- you would be more likely to tell him to get help, clean himself up, and come back, right?
tiabia tiabia 9 years
FALSE, FALSE, FALSE!!! Kate Moss is a known cokehead...and the modeling industry is notorious for turning the other cheek. Not all addicts are strung-out junkies, many are fully functioning citizens who are very successful. Cleopatra, we are just going to have to disagree. In my opinion Cocaine is NOT a one-time use drug, and especially NOT for Kate Moss of all people. I never said she was a bad person, I said she is a LOSER...two totally different things!!!
Cleopatra2U Cleopatra2U 9 years
It's not just celebs, although they get the worst of it. A solution could be to NEVER do anything that could perceived by anyone as negative EVER, but we are all humans, not saints. Just because you do something "bad" doesn't make you a bad person, or unfit to do your job. Just because you use a drug doesn't make you an addict. To think that is to think that everyone who has a drink is an alcoholic. There are users, abusers, and addicts/alcoholics. I highly doubt Kate is either of the latter or else she wouldn't have been as successful as she has been for so long.
marley11 marley11 9 years
i love kate moss, she's beautiful.
tiabia tiabia 9 years
Funny, because I find it sad that we live in a society where people give LOADS, UPON LOADS, UPON LOADS of excuses for celebrities and the digustingly rich to use and abuse. Kate Moss was the LOSER that was caught snorting cocaine!!! The idea that camera phones are about you change your behavior into one where NO one can catch you doing lines!!! Give me a damn break!! PS: I guess Moss should be lucky that she works in a field where using is blamed on the career (picture that) and that she's not in a field where using can get you FIRED and RUIN your LIFE!!!
pinkprincess1101 pinkprincess1101 9 years
well thats what happens when you are a celeb deal with it and try and make good decisions
MisterPinkNoTip MisterPinkNoTip 9 years
Nice. She looks good. And, ITA Cleopatra2u!!!!
Cleopatra2U Cleopatra2U 9 years
pinkprincess, I didn't mean to imply that drug use is sacred (although my views on that are probably more relaxed than most people's), but that privacy is. Gone are the days when you could go out and do what you want, be that good, bad, or indifferent, without having to consider the consequences of being photographed while doing it.
__nicci __nicci 9 years
She looks cute. Kelly's annoying.
redhot redhot 9 years
pinkprincess1101 pinkprincess1101 9 years
umm doing drugs is not sacred, taking your daughter and actually being a mother is scared, getting blazed out of your mind with an idiot is not sacred
Cleopatra2U Cleopatra2U 9 years
I like Kate Moss. We were both born in 1974 and I feel like I have grown up seeing her photographs in magazines, probably because I have. She's been modeling since she was -- what -- 14? I agree with Kate on camera phones. I'm glad such things weren't in existence when I used to go out and do questionable things with questionable people. Honestly, I think it sucks that people -- particularly famous people -- can't go to a club and get all messed up (or to the store to buy milk and bread, for that matter) without someone taking their picture. Nothing is sacred any more. There is no such thing as privacy.
trigunkat trigunkat 9 years
at least she's not with the Doherty Douche anymore
fashionstar fashionstar 9 years
I've heard that quote before I just don't know who said it. I think it was Mike Wallace, but I'm not sure.
SassAndBide SassAndBide 9 years
KM: "Don't let the bastards get you down." SO WHAT WAS PETE DOHERTY ? :Rotfl: ;)
epicurean_Essy epicurean_Essy 9 years
Beautiful! always thought she was a great model.
LaLaLaurie06 LaLaLaurie06 9 years
I love the Cotswalds!!!! Such a gorgeous place! Wish I knew that Kate lived there when I visited. I could have looked for her!
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