Friday, April 21, 2006

Pictures of AC from the PEN on Tuesday

The lovely Ms. Xtina came through for ATA again with pictures of AC from the PEN Literary Gala at the Museum of Natural History in NYC on Tuesday night. The first one sort of takes your breath away, doesn't it?


Anderson and fashion designer (think wrap dress) Diane Von Furstenburg

Anderson,Diane,her husband Barry Diller(media ex) and Tina Brown(columnist)


Why, Mr.Cooper, couldn't you do the last 1/2 hour of 360 in the tux? Just once, please? Ok, now I know he'll never wear it because I've asked, pretty please, for the navy tie with the tiny dots and we all know he never wears that anymore either. Think he's trying to send me a secret 'leave me the hell alone' message? I'm developing a complex!

7 comments:

Rachel said...

Holy Moly! That first picture DID take my breath away. How is it that his eyes are even more blue then ever? I am in trouble when I go to his book signing...I hope Barnes and Noble has the paramedics on stand by.

Ellee said...

Rachel,
LOL That's funny hehehehe
Please report back to us when you do go to the book signing. I for one want to know every detail.

Purple Tie said...

Oh lordy, those eyes! I bet he gets tired of people saying stuff about his eyes.... But they are beautiful!

Rachel said...

Elle,
Yeah it sounds funny now but I am for real. I am going to just die and have to remember if I make direct eye contact with him it will be all over and me down for the count...
I will report back with details on the book signing.

phebe said...

Rachel I highly recommend fainting when you get close enough to Mr. Cooper for him to catch you. If you don't know why I recommend this rewatch The Mole 1.

Rachel said...

Oh Phebe great idea. Though I do not remember that part of the Mole 1. It has been years since I have seen it (as a matter of fact have not seen it since it aired on ABC) That is when I first noticed that handsome silver fox. I have been hooked ever since.

Rachel said...

Is it just me or does it look like Anderson did another stray on tan? Or it must been the tan he received on his vaca.