Julia Roberts in Preen on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”

Posted on May 08, 2014

So… this is a thing now? Star Wars couture on ladystars?

Julia-Roberts-Preen-Jimmy-Kimmel-Live-Tom-Lorenzo-Site-TLO (1)Julia Roberts makes an appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” in Hollywood, California in Preen

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We don’t buy it. Kiki Dunst? We can picture her sitting around and getting high with her buds while watching the trilogy and intoning “I am your father,” in a cinnamon bun wig, but Julia’s the type that pops Star Wars into the Blu-Ray for her kids and never watches past the title sequence.  Sorry, Julia. You don’t have the nerd bona fides to pull this one off.

Besides, it’s not a blouse to be paired with a miniskirt and pink pumps. It’s something you wear with jeans or pants, we’re thinking. The outfit’s great otherwise. Totally in that Julia Roberts wheelhouse. But we’d have liked it a lot more on her without the Darth Vader face.





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  • TashaRobinson

    Ugh, please don’t join the awful “fake geek girl” shamers. It’s such a weak cliché.

  • Carleenml

    someone’s been working out. holy moly.

    • sugarkane105

      Those LEGS.

      • Carleenml

        I know. I can’t believe how much chatter Darth is getting. I’m still staring at them.

      • H2olovngrl

        Giving Boobs Legslies a run for her money in the “showing the stems” department!

  • @Biting Panda

    Erin Brocokvitch works Comic Con?

    • bitchybitchybitchy

      Are we psychically linked, in a BK way, because that immediately popped into my little brain!

      • @Biting Panda

        I am your fourth bitchy. : )

        • bitchybitchybitchy

          Sit down! There’s always room for another bitchy.

  • Carrie

    My problem isn’t that she’s wearing the shirt, I just think that the face is too big, and I agree this is a dress-down top.

    Speaking of, one of my fave tshirts is from Marc Jacobs and has a Storm Trooper made of rhine stones. Star Wars couture is fun!

  • Anna

    “The Try-Hard is strong in My Family. I have it. My niece has it.”

    • demidaemon

      “The Try-Hard is with you.”

      • Anna


        • H2olovngrl


    • Leah Elzinga

      And the irony is that on her niece I wouldn’t have blinked at this.

  • Jessica Freeman

    It’s nice to see that Nerd has become a mainstream thing. Which means, “I’m a Nerd because I love Star Wars”. Posers.

    • Man Dala

      She might be heading for The Big Bang Theory,

      • holla

        please don’t let her ruin the show

        • Man Dala

          She’ll play Penny’s never-shown-before trashy mother from Nebraska.

  • Mrs. Julien

    I’d say a Vadar t-shirt is the current equivalent of a smiley face shirt. Isn’t Star Wars mainstream culture now? Most of all for the younger generation?

    I have a young son, my perception may be skewed.

    • sugarkane105

      Oddly enough, I think a giant smiley face on her shirt would make her look like a much bigger nerd.

    • bitchybitchybitchy

      Come sit here by me and we’ll have a quietly satisfying denial of Rodarte’s existence.

  • Scimommy

    I don’t understand what I am looking at. Julia Roberts wore a Darth Vader shirt? With a huge name tag on it, in case people didn’t know who she was? And a micro-mini skirt – for a *sit-down* appearance on the Jimmy Kimmel show? All this with pink f***-me pumps? What is happening here? So confused.

    • Karen Belgrad

      She and Sally Field did a mock-game show, a “curse-off”… hence the name tags. Google for the video. M’Lynn totally schools Shelby in profanity!

      • marlie

        I just watched that. It was effing hilarious! Who knew Sally Field had such a pottymouth?!

      • bitchybitchybitchy

        Those pumps are certainly Shelby’s “signature” color!

        • Karen Belgrad

          Are they blush or bashful?

          • bitchybitchybitchy

            Those are reading more bashful to me.

    • kimmeister

      At first glance, when I couldn’t tell it was Darth Vader’s head on her shirt, it looked like a car racing uniform shirt.

  • IMNAngryLiberal

    Star Wars couture on ladystars? Star Wars couture on EVERYBODY is what I say!

    • tereliz

      But only on May the Fourth because otherwise you’re just a Star Wars nerd/Lucas fanboy. 😉

      • IMNAngryLiberal

        But I am a Star Wars nerd (although not a Lucas fangirl). I still remember taking part in the vicious Star Wars vs. Star Trek arguments that raged in fanzines and the letter columns of f&sf mags waaay back in the pre-internet days. And I would still swap out my Soft Kitty T-shirt (the good one I wear to work) for a Star Wars shirt any day.

  • Angela_the_Librarian

    I think incorporating the Death Star is a bit more of subtle wink at the Star Wars franchise than slapping Darth Vader’s face on a shirt. I also think Kirsten Dunst’s look worked better because it was interesting to see the Stars Wars motif in the context of an evening gown. This just looks like a more grown up version of a novelty tshirt.

  • sugarkane105

    Does she need a large name tag on her blouse? Pretty sure she might be the most famous actress on Earth.

    • Mrs. Julien

      She was appearing on a faux game show on Kimmel.

      • sugarkane105

        Ah, thank you. I should have known it was for a skit.

        • tallgirl1204

          Well then, does it qualify as costume, and do I have to take back my bad thoughts?

          • sugarkane105

            No, I think the outfit (sans nametag) was picked by her/her stylist. Bad thoughts can stay lol.

  • Terri Terri

    And she was totally annoying in the bit with Sally Field.

    • YoungSally

      But man, Gidget has some mouth on her — always knew it!

  • Glam Dixie

    Too blonde, too try hard, too bitchy. She bugs me. I draw a marker mustache on her face in every magazine picture I see of her.

    • Sarah

      How passive aggressively delightful.

    • Capt. Renault

      I’ve never understood the attraction. Never. But she’s been on so many Most Beautiful People lists so many times, that I’ve simply accepted this as yet another of my personal faults, and tossed it on the pile.

      • Violentcello

        We’re not the only ones who don’t see the appeal. At least one writer for Justified doesn’t get it either because there’s a joke in one episode where Nick Searcy says he’s never liked Julia Roberts because she “looks too much like Eric.” I think Most Beautiful, etc., lists have as much to do with whose publicist works hardest as anything else.

    • tallgirl1204

      I wish she would go back to her youthful hair color, which was so flattering on her. She doesn’t bug me, though– I remember what a breath of fresh air she was when she showed up– not conventionally pretty, with that huge smile– and so I tend to forgive many of her sins. Also, blonde hair on a natural brunette of certain age signals to me “I’ve got too much gray hair to deal with,” which smacks of frailty– (probably not the reaction she is going for, but there it is). Also-also, my friends have run into her in New Mexico, where (according to them) she acts like just another mom who knits and wrangles kids, so that frames my tolerance. Her public persona has been a little bit much “me, me, me” but that is part of the game, no?

      • Glam Dixie

        Back in Ye Olden Days she didn’t really bother me, it’s the now a days Julia that bugs. I have an irrational dislike of Kenny Chesney too, I don’t fight it, I just go with it.

    • demidaemon

      I love you for doing this! What other stars do you vandalize?

      • Glam Dixie

        Well, Kenny Chesney, several politicians who will not be named, and anyone who has a first and last name that starts with a K.

        • demidaemon

          I can agree with everyone on that list, though I do wonder what has everyone against Kenny Chesney lately (I am ambivalent towards him; just curious).

          • Glam Dixie

            I have no idea, he just irritates the living daylights out of me and always has, it’s definitely not a recent thing. My mom loves him and it drives her crazy that I can’t stand him, but I told her it’s called an irrational hate list for a reason, it’s irrational.

          • demidaemon

            Aha. It’s like how I feel about Taylor Swift most days. Completely understandable.

          • cocohall

            Thank you. I have no reason to care two fucks about him – I don’t even listen to country music – and yet, I have an involuntary reaction whenever I see him that is highly unpleasant. The only thing I know about him was that he was briefly married to Renee Zellweger and they annulled their marriage after 4 months. And he is allergic to wearing shirts with sleeves. Why that provokes me is a mystery, but I go with it, because I figure that I so RARELY have such a reaction, that perhaps there is a good reason for it. And also, I’m so very unlikely to ever cross paths with him and need to be civil. I feel the same way about Bill O’Reilly, but that seems VERY rational to me. 😉

          • Glam Dixie

            Welcome, fellow sister, to the Anti-Fan club. Box wine and plastic cups are on the card table.

    • Anna

      She constantly has a facial expression that says, “Everyone on earth smells like a fart – except moi.”

    • rainwood1

      I’m with you, Glam Dixie, except the mustaches I draw are only in my head. Mostly for lack of a marker.

  • numenah

    Absolutely none of the elements works together. Why oh why do she and the niece insist on this unflattering hair color when they are such beautiful brunettes? But, man, those are some perfectly proportioned legs!

  • PrettyBlueFox

    I am all for awesome Star Wars clothing (particularly “Han shot first” t-shirts), but (for me) the trend of slapping Star Wars imagery on this type of high end clothing seems to be using those nerd icons ironically as opposed to a celebration/public acknowledgement of an individual’s of Star Wars fandom and that is what sets off my nerd rage.

    • random_poster

      Han so shot first.

      • … and all the re-releasing in the world can’t retcon us all.

    • Rhonda Shore

      it looks like a Rorschach test if it’s not photographed at the right angle.

    • IMNAngryLiberal

      You are probably right, but to be fair, most of my nerd friends would be oblivious to irony.

    • Anna

      I have a hilarious mental picture of her saying to her kids a la Lucille Bluth, “Here’s $20. Go buy yourself a Star War.”

  • Is Julia the next contestant on The Price is Right?

    • IAmJ

      Family Feud!

      • I would love to see the Roberts Family on Family Feud! Julia, Eric and Emma – “Things boobs are called”, “Things that you pop”, “Things Emma Roberts shouldn’t wear”…

        • demidaemon

          Well, they would lose on all those fronts, but it would make for entertaining humiliation.

  • Sarah

    It is funny though, that she has the MOST EVIL Star Wars character on her chest. Does she identify with Darth? “Oh, Darth, I feel your pain. We are both so misunderstood. Also, I enjoy your black cape.”

    • Also the character with the most interesting arc, and the redemption story (that doesn’t need spoilers does it? Can I assume that 30 years later anyone likely to see Return of the Jedi has done so?). Not that I think she thought about it like that.

    • kimmeister

      A bit non sequitur, but have you seen Mewbacca? Nerdiness and cat-mania make a dangerous combination. My Rubi is exactly Chewbacca-colored, so my husband and I are scheming to create a Rubibacca photo.

      • Sarah

        Naaay. I shall look it up forthwith….

        • kimmeister

          I hope it gives you lulz. I’m referring to the photo of a black/grown cat that someone is holding up to be standing on his hind legs, and there is an ammunition sash (or whatever that is) ‘shopped onto it.

          • Sarah

            He does, indeed, give me lolz. I heart Mewbacca. You are lucky to have a kitty that looks like that! Mmm fluffy goodness.

  • tallgirl1204

    If non-nerds are wearing Star Wars, is it still nerdy? Who will nerds turn to to establish their hipster-nerd-credentials?
    Maybe only the lego version is truly nerdy any more?

    • Capt. Renault

      I’d grant her hipster-nerd-cred if she wore a Three Wolf Moon shirt made with Meeple.

      • tallgirl1204

        See, I don’t even know what those are. So I believe you.

    • demidaemon

      Dungeons and Dragons will always be the bastion of High Nerddom. When that becomes popularized, we’ll know that the hellhounds are coming.

  • sugarkane105

    To me, it’s a bit of a stretch to assume only nerds can pull off a Star Wars reference. The movies happen to be some of the most popular and influential ever made. It doesn’t get much more mainstream.

    • MilaXX

      Perhaps, but wearing ironic clothing works better on someone who has a sense of humor to get why the shirt is ironic and Julia doesn’t come across as that type of gal. It reads like she’s trying to fit in with the cool kids.

      • sugarkane105

        Ah, I see your point. This whole idea of rich and famous ladystars wearing “nerdy” Star Wars clothing to fit in with the cool kids is perplexing to me.

      • Supernumerary

        I honestly assumed that both she and Dunst are hoping to get in on casting for the new Star Wars movies Disney is in the process of casting. Sucking up by way of fashion.

        • sugarkane105

          Ha, too bad they only missed the opportunity by a few days. The cast has been announced – with only one new woman mentioned in the lineup :/

  • Gatto Nero

    Darth Vader aside, the tiny mini and pink stilettos read cheap to me.

  • ojosazules

    Why does it say, “Julia?” Is that a Darth Vader thought bubble, or were there more than one Darth Vader shirts and they didn’t want to get confused, or what?

    • MilaXX

      She was on with Sally Field and they did a mock game show.

  • mjude

    no, she should not be wearing that shirt…..I should!

  • shopgirl716

    Maybe she secretly wants to be Darth Vader?

  • MilaXX

    I think it’s Not Her Dress. Put that same look on a lady nerd like Aisha Tyler or Felicia Day and it totally works.

    • Felicia Day wouldn’t wear those shoes unless it was for a role!

  • Lilithcat

    That giant name tag is so weird. Is she expecting that people won’t know who she is?

    • Shawn EH

      Maybe it’s after the show, and Jimmy put it on her for some silly business?

  • robin-m

    Dang, those are some smokin’ gams.

  • susan6

    Was it May the Fourth when she wore this? If so, I’ll give it a pass (may the fourth be with you and all). If not….sorry Julia, you can’t pull this off.

  • marlie

    i actually think the outfit is really cute, but it doesn’t seem “her.” I can see this exact look, head-to-toe on Emma Stone, but I’m surprised to see Julia in that shirt and in those shoes.

    ETA: I love her bag.

  • butterflysunita

    I have no problem at all with the Star Wars trend. None at all. Far better than sheer clothing, granny panties or mullet skirts.

    • Carleenml

      sing it!

  • Shawn EH

    I dunno, it’s fun, I’m willing to see her as sort fun-loving.

  • Mary Lauer

    Why is she wearing a The Price is Right name tag?!

  • I find your lack of fashion sense disturbing.

  • Imasewsure

    I give her props for at least trying to fake a sense of whimsy… Love the name tag at least and skirt and shoes are cute

  • boweryboy

    She looks ridiculous.

    • demidaemon

      Thank you!

  • MannahattaMamma

    what do the lady stars carry in those big damn bags? Seriously. All their money? Especially given that a person like Julia has minions galore (like Emperor Palpatine) to carry her crap. Is that bag supposed to say “I’m just a shlepping mom like you?” Cuz nope, it doesn’t. Not unless she can fish a year-old bagel and some granola bar crumbs out of that sucker. That said? I love the Darth head.

    • Erica

      Your comment has me whistling the Reggie Watts song “Big Ass Purse,” as in “What the hell is up with that Big Ass Purse.” My husband thinks that song was written about me, but maybe Julia has some old eye-shadow in hers, too.

    • PastryGoddess

      They use them to carry around their egos and the piles of cash they get for just happening to point the label in the direction of the camera’s

  • fiddlecub

    Complaining that someone doesn’t have the qualifications to pull off a Darth Vader top moseys precariously close to the “fake geek girl” and “fake gamer girl” accusations that have made certain aspects of nerd/comic/gaming culture insufferable and unwelcoming to women. I understand stating that the top doesn’t suit her personal style, but basing the criticism on not being nerdy enough to earn the right to wear it rankles me in the worst way. There is no litmus test for appreciating a certain aspect of pop culture, and claiming that Julia doesn’t have the “bona fides” is a disappointing bit of commentary that reinforces the exclusionary and misogynist attitudes that pervade in those circles. Furthermore, it hurts that other commenters have made statements that she is only “trying to fit in with the cool kids” and the such. Again, comments like that only reinforce the problem; we can’t accept that a woman may simply appreciate Star Wars and has to somehow justify the imagery.

    Sorry for getting so serious. As a video game journalist, I see those kinds of accusations almost every day, aimed exclusively at women, who get accused of being somehow “fake,” or having not passed some arbitrary test that allows them to celebrate pop culture by attending a convention or wearing a Star Wars shirt. No one should have to be a Comic-con mainstay in order to like wearing a Darth Vader blouse, and you would almost never see such an accusation lobbed at men. I implore my wonderful uncles to consider how commentary stating that a female celebrity doesn’t “have the nerd bona fides” joins a large and hurtful aspect of popular culture that needs to be discouraged, not propagated.

    /end probably-took-this-whole-thing-too-seriously rant

  • Carla_Charlton

    Too blond, too short, and trying too hard.

  • LeelaST

    This says Pretty Woman all the way for me – looks cheap – especially those pink pumps. I realize it’s prob for the show, but what’s with the name tag?

  • Violentcello

    “I like nerd stuff too! I’ve seen Star Wars, like, 100 times. I’m likeable and approachable, dammit!”

  • gotgreyhound

    I have to disagree about the Darth Vader shirt. Julia is exactly my age, and we were 9 years old when Star Wars came out, 12 when Empire Strikes Back came out… She doesn’t have to be a giant nerd in her day to day life to have a connection to such an important movie of our youth!

    Maybe she doesn’t geek out day, but when a designer comes out with a Star Wars collection, I can see any person of my age say, “Hey!!!” I think a 46 year old man with a Star Wars outfit wouldn’t be assumed to have never watched past the title sequence..!

  • I wish she’d worn leather pants and made it a nerdiva look. Nerdiva basically sums up my style.

  • fiddlecub

    Really disappointed that my post–a long but meaningful plea to avoid “fake geek girl” accusations, as it is a toxic part of nerd/game/comic culture–was removed. In short: accusing a woman of not having earned the right to celebrate something “nerdy” is an awful and misogynist aspect of nerd-dom, and I deal with it on a daily basis. Please consider how such words can hurt women, who are routinely treated as outsiders who have not passed some random litmus test for the proper credentials.

  • Cheri Lee

    She is giving me leg and I love it!!!

    • Maine1ac

      When I saw the photos, my first thought was, “She’s still got the gams”.

  • I’m just gonna say this: If you have a response typed out that amounts to “You didn’t actually say this, but it reminds me of something offensive that other people have said,” then please don’t hit “post.”

    We critique fashion choices here and we always have.

  • Danielle

    Thanks for wearing the nametag, otherwise I would have had no idea who you were.

  • frannyprof

    The skirt is way too short.

  • Mothra

    Why is she wearing a name tag?

    • PastryGoddess

      She got owned by Sally Field in a Celebrity Curse off.

  • FibonacciSequins

    Julia Roberts, you are so not a Star Wars fan. Don’t even.

    I’m surprised to see her in a miniskirt and spiked pink pumps, it’s very reminiscent of Pretty Woman and I don’t know why she’d want to go there. Maybe she’s feeling her age and wants to prove she still has good legs. Maybe I’d like the whole thing better if she was wearing the jacket.

    • Much like the Vanity Fair cover, with her in fishnets. TELL ME I AM STILL PRETTY. Maybe she thought Mirror Mirror was a documentary?

      • FibonacciSequins

        Oh, that cover. Not just the fishnets, but surrounding herself with all the men. She’s always done that but this time it was almost to the point of parody.

    • demidaemon

      Exactly what I said! Why does no one else see that, from behind, she IS that character?!

      • FibonacciSequins

        They’re distracted by the Darth Vader shirt? I don’t know, I saw it immediately.

        • demidaemon

          That’s all I saw! It’s a hooker skirt on a sit-down talk show. How inappropriate can you get!

          • teekay

            Actually, aren’t those shorts? Just saw the curse off on youtube and think those are shorts.

          • demidaemon

            Well, TLo says its a skirt and it looks like a skirt, so I think its a skirt.

  • majorbedhead

    In the thumbnail, I thought she was wearing a race car driver’s uniform, so the Darth Vader head was kind of an improvement. Kind of.

    Girl has gams, though, huh? Jeez. They go on for days.

    • kimmeister

      Ha, I just said the same thing about a racing uniform above (hadn’t scrolled down).

    • Gatto Nero

      Great legs.
      Skirt’s still too short.

  • ktr33

    Horrible hair color, and it looks like a wig. Pink eff me pumps, really? They look like she bought them at aldo.

    • Clydette Wantland

      Hey what’s wrong with Aldo?

      • ktr33

        I knew I should’ve qualified that! Nothing! I have Aldo shoes. But she’s effing JULIA ROBERTS!

  • James

    That she paired it up with this skirt and those shoes says all about it. She has no clue how to wear this. Sometimes it is better to pass on the popular and simply wear what suits you.

  • ashtangajunkie

    The wrongness of Julia Roberts in that blouse is overwhelming and that blonde is not her friend.

    • FibonacciSequins

      The blonde is verging on harsh. Dark blonde suits her more.

  • demidaemon

    That skirt is about a foot too short. From behind, she probably looks more like her Pretty Woman character than she should.

  • formerlyAnon

    Don’t care how fit you are. This is too young a look for a public appearance. With or without Star Wars references.

    Yes, I know this makes me officially an Old Fart. Don’t care.

  • kimmeister

    When your bag is bigger than your skirt, you need a lesson in proportions.

    • Kayceed

      We are moving out of handbags and into the luggage department here. She looks ridiculous hauling that around.

      • Fannie Wolston

        what’s inside that bag?
        a 3d printer for her own starship enterprise?

  • decormaven

    I think that with anything that is reviewed with reverence- and that includes Star Wars- a star should think long and hard about wearing any fashion that includes such iconography. There’s already enough “message” around a star’s persona; anything else layered on top of it should be done wih extreme care. In this instance, it seems like she’s trying to reach out to all ages- those of us who saw Star Wars when it debuted, and all those who have come to love it since. If I felt she was sincere in her love for Star Wars, I could give this a pass. Since I don’t, it has a whiff of pandering to me.

  • Clydette Wantland

    I like the hair color. That’s about it.

  • cocohall

    She might as well enjoy dressing this way while she still can – her kids are rapidly approaching the age where they will call her out on this sort of “look at me, I’m still hip” attempts at dressing like a cool kid. I work in a fifth grade classroom and there is a mom who insists on coming into the class in booty shorts and tiny tank tops. The other kids comment about how she looks and the son just says “My mom’s not cool; she’s crazy.” Julia’s look is not as bad as booty shorts at the elementary school, but it is way too try-hard. I’ve never thought she had particularly good style instincts.

  • ElaineMarie34

    Julia and I share a birthday. And also, I once had legs like that. She looks confident, so good on her for that; this is no weirder than her usual fashion choices. I think she’s probably best in jeans and boots.

  • conniemd

    That woman has a lot of leg.

  • Man Dala

    If only she had worn this a few days ago on May 4th (May the 4th be with you). Except for the blouse, I like everything else. Love the hair.

    • barbarasingleterry

      Or on May 5th (Revenge of the Fifth)…What is with the nametag?

      • Man Dala

        She’s a panellist at Comic Com (there is a matching sign with her name on the panel table). Later she’s heading to the set of the Big Bang Theory.

  • malarson2

    TLo asks ‘Is this a thing now?’ A question which forced me to ask one of my own: Now that Disney owns the Star Wars Universe and they just made HUGE casting announcements by releasing a sort of grainy picture of the highly anticipated next Star Wars movie’s cast during their first script run through (that’s when The Internet exploded – much like the Death Star itself), is it a coincidence that two very famous women then show up in the next week or so non-ironically wearing designer clothing with Star Wars graphics on them? I think both of those questions just answered themselves.

    • Kayceed

      I enjoy playing “Spot the Disney Connection” all OVER pop culture these days.

      • malarson2

        Oooh, I love the idea of making it a little game with a title and everything! Totally going to steal it. 🙂

        • Kayceed

          I must mock those things which cause me despair, one being this level of corporate ownership. It helps me sleep at night. 🙂

  • Nascar driver from the waist up, Pretty Woman from the waist down.

  • St. Ace

    Ship it off to Natalie Portman.

    • Coolekat

      That’s funny.

  • Joycelyn Watterson-Woods

    Ok, the shirts fine, but I am coveting that BAG! Love it

  • Swiftlytiltingplanet

    I’m not one to declare women too old for short skirts, but if she must wear that shirt (which I love, but it not Julia) with a skirt, that skirt should have another 2″ for balance.

    I’m completely with the pink pumps, though!

  • superemang

    tha bag! pray tell what is it? Tods?

  • ItAin’tMe

    Leonard needs to buy that shirt for Penny.

  • Fuchsiaforever

    I think she raided her niece’s closet?

  • GeoDiva

    I’ll take her tote, please.

  • Fuchsiaforever

    Ok designers and celebrities, enough with the Star Wars couture! WTH is going on??? Not funny. Star Wars is just for tshirts you find on St.Marks Pl and a Times Sq. For college kids. Jeez.

  • Fuchsiaforever

    Wow her legs wow

  • alliekat9090

    Her hair looks nice. That’s all I got.

  • Coco Cornejo

    “…we’d have liked it a lot more on her without the Darth Vader face.” Perhaps that’s why she’s holding her jacket in front of it. I’m sure she has people who could carry that jacket for her. …just sayin’…

  • gefeylich

    I think she identifies with Darth Vader.

    Great stems, though, and the shoes are cute.

  • pdquick

    Did the show really need to print up a big name tag in order to know that her name was Julia?

  • JynxTheCat

    blonde. no.