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Joan does Glamour

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thegrammerpolicesic Tue 13-Oct-09 21:35:00

Most entertaining if slightly trashy!

But Joan herself looks bloody awful in that leopard skin outfit.

ShutUpandDrinkYourGin Tue 13-Oct-09 21:58:37

the mum is really gorgeous isn't she?

the programme is a bit strange though

thegrammerpolicesic Tue 13-Oct-09 22:00:15

Joan's quite rude isn't she.
Birthday girl looks too old for her age in that

thegrammerpolicesic Tue 13-Oct-09 22:00:50

Nan looks great in a very classy way

dexter73 Tue 13-Oct-09 22:01:12

I love Joan Collins!

thegrammerpolicesic Tue 13-Oct-09 22:01:50

They look way better than Joan!

InaneHouseholdObject Tue 13-Oct-09 22:06:00

I read, and am sure I heard on This Morning JC say she shopped in Primark and didn't know anyone who could afford designers, then said she shopped at Dior, Ralph Lauren... and went on how great something would look in St. Tropez. Shame, I really liked Joan Collins. Thought we would get some more tips, maybe more about the capsule wardrobe and more on makeup application but hey ho.

Nancy66 Tue 13-Oct-09 22:17:03

why would anyone want style tips for a woman that's looked the same for 40 years, wears terrible wigs and lies about her age?

ScaryFucker Tue 13-Oct-09 22:17:06

tips from Joan Collins ??

do you need your eyes testing ??? smile

dexter73 Tue 13-Oct-09 22:20:44

I think I would rather go shopping with Joan Collins than Trinny and Susannah!
The reason I like her is that she reminds me of my very glamorous aunt who is great fun and rather naughty!

ScaryFucker Tue 13-Oct-09 22:24:25

yes, but would you take style advice from her ?

dexter73 Wed 14-Oct-09 08:53:52

Definitely not but it would be fun to try on her suggestions! I can just see myself in a lovely cream 'pantsuit' with leopard skin blouse and headscarf!

101handbags Wed 14-Oct-09 10:12:59

I loved this show, purely for the comedy value. The bit where Joanie seemed to think that Andrex puppies loo roll was actually for puppies...???!!

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