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Source: The Hollywood Reporter

By now, you must have seen the recent Paris Hilton (McCain) political-ad video spoof.

And some people have been wondering where they can get the swimsuit the heiress was wearing.

The monokini was made by Geftaki Swimwear; it was bought in Los Angeles at Lisa Kline.

And if you’re thinking buying one will set you back a bit, maybe it won’t.

Geftaki Swimwear retails for $45 – $135.

Presidential Hopeful Inspires Donatella Versace

You should’ve guessed we’re not talking about Senator John McCain.

The Associated Press reports.

MILAN, Italy – The latest “first” for Barack Obama comes off the Milan runway.Calling the U.S. presidential hopeful “the man of the moment,” Donatella Versace dedicated her Spring-Summer 2009 collection presented Saturday evening to Obama, creating a style she said was designed for “a relaxed man who doesn’t need to flex muscles to show he has power.”


Chatting with reporters in the cool of the garden of her private palazzo in downtown Milan at an after-show dinner party, the designer also had some fashion tips for the campaign trail. “I would get rid of the tie and jazz up the shirt,” she said.

In fact, there were no ties in Donatella’s latest show, and shirts under jackets were either super easy with rolled up sleeves or replaced by a silk T-shirt.

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Bonnie Fuller, columnist for, has written article that’s got our attention.

Headlined “Michelle Obama’s War against The W(B)itchhunters takes a look at how critics have been labeling Obama’s baby mama. It’s a must read.


Celebrity stylist Robert Verdi thinks that her 1950s power style — refreshing bright colors, knee-length skirts and strands of beads around her neck hit the perfect note of approachability and stylishness, and he tells her to stick with it. “Together the Obamas convey a youthfulness that restores the idea that we’re still a nation that is growing, progressing, and full of hope.”

Houston Chronicle newspaper columnist Whitney Casey believes that in the south, Michelle Obama’s bold upright stance and choice of bold colors may turn off voters, who could be frightened by her directness.

Read More », the world’s largest online retailer of halloween costumes, accessories and party supplies has issued a release saying they have 100% successfully predicted the next President of the United States since 2000 based solely on the sales of candidates’ masks.

This year, The Company took our Mask Poll a step further and tracked mask sales during the primaries. The results showed McCain taking a significant lead for the Republicans early on; and similarly to polls nationwide, Obama and Clinton were neck-in-neck from January through the very last primaries. Obama had an early lead after Super Tuesday, but Clinton came back strong towards the end making it the closest race in the Poll’s 8 year history. Mask sales as of June 5th have Barack beating Hillary 50.38% to 49.62%. 

According to the poll, if the 2008 election took place today, Barack Obama would be our next president, since he is currently leading McCain in total mask sales by 50.77%. McCain has 49.23%. The people have spoken, the votes are in and according to mask sales; the people want Barack Obama over John McCain as of June 5th.