Skip to comments.Victoria's Secret model Cameron Russell opens up about the 'guilt' she feels for 'promoting.
Posted on 03/30/2013 10:21:04 AM PDT by Perdogg
Victoria's Secret model Cameron Russell has opened up about the modeling industry once again, giving a frank interview about body image, and her perceived perfection.
The 25-year-old, who also models for Vogue and Harper's Bazaar, admitted that her career successes have helped to promote a 'skinny equals beautiful' female image - which she said, she feels guilty about.
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She must be punished.....she’s been a bad....bad....girl.
Feed her a cheesburger immediately, maybe two.
Wotta skinny balink.
I just love it when gorgeous women are almoast nekkid. :)
But did she cash all her paychecks? Or does she just want to TALK about it?
See article for picture in white costume. Can’t believe it is the same girl as above.
The line for punishing forms to the left...behind me.
Yes, it’s my favorite thing in fact.
I need more evidence...
That’s my body.....50 years ago....sad...
I still have the body of a 20 year old. It’s in the freezer downstairs.
You’ve been a bad girl. Go to my room!
I think somebody needs a hug...
She feels so guilty she can hardly take the money. But does.
Feel free to post pictures. We promise we won’t mind. ;)
I saw that TED speech, which told me everything I need to know about TEDdie. Heavy, deep, I tell ya. She walks in, high heels, pretty, expensive dress, carries a sack, proceeds to take off her high heels and puts on flat slippers, wraps around her hips a long peasant kind of skirt, puts a sweater on top, all the while talking something she had obviously memorized, then continues on saying that she’s just a... GASP! regular girl, that knows she owes her success to little more than a lucky combination of genes, demonstrates how during a photo session she’d have to take one step forward and then back hundreds of times, poor thing, the audience of intellectuals raves, I shake my head, remembering a movie with Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant called I think “Notting Hill” or “Nothing Hill”, which I watched on a Trans-Atlantic flight, when there was nothing better to watch, while going back and forth to Lyle Lovett’s double album, coming back for a minute between songs and not missing anything in the plot, where Hugh is a bookstore owner and Julia is a movie star, who’s just a, she says... GASP! regular girl, and the romance is on and off, and on and off, happy ending of course, and watching that TED intellectual exercise of onanism, I wondered if this “regular girl” on stage would stoop down and marry a regular boy like me or somebody, putting her money where her mouth was and is, so to speak.
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