Saturday, August 18, 2007

Joan Collins: She gave neck skin for a lampshade?

Naughty Lavinia writes, in rapid response to my posting below:

"Is Joan Collins still alive? I was at dear old Zazou de Madrazo Fortuny's villa last week, on that shadowy bit of Cap Ferrat, and Zazou said she had a small lampshade made from the trimmings of Joan Collins's neck. I thought she was joking but Zazou said no, the actress had donated it to the Surrealist Jumble Sale in aid of the roof of St Paul's Monte Carlo. They did quite well apparently and the roof is now in excellent condition. Must go next time in down there. Haven't been on my knees once this year."

7 comments:

Madame Arcati said...

I'm starting to wondwer whether Lavinia is not the alter ego of a certain Duncan Fallowell ... I shall investigate.

"The Forgotten Ones Fund"/stephanie mastini said...

congratulations to you on winning a place, in Clive Davis blog favorites..I find that apropos.
we need more controversy in the world..brings all the loveables out..RIGHT!
I am so happy to hear that you have boycotted all the obnoxious ANONS.
At least now when posts are directed towards me, there might be some true integrity hidden in their pea brains..I doubt it.
Yes, still as busy as ever..shaking it up..

lavinia said...

Mme Arcati - since you specialise in stabbing in the dark I thought you'd be able to do better than 'Duncan Fallowell'.

Madame Arcati said...

Mmm, there's a similarity of humour and descriptive style ... but I could be wrong ... mmm ...

Madame Arcati said...

Thank you Steph, lovely to hear from you. Though the ban on anons only applies to anocdotes about Jeremy Langmead, I should say.

Anonymous said...

Dammit, madame Batshit's hypertrophied ego is back in town!

"congratulations to you on winning a place, in Clive Davis blog favorites..I find that apropos."

What an ass licker! And your comment is posted in the wrong entry, as usual.

"I am so happy to hear that you have boycotted all the obnoxious ANONS."

Well, looks like I'm still there, heh heh heh...

Anonymous said...

I have a cheese-grater made from Joan Collins's old pre-implant crowns