It would be easy to stop running pictures of Princess Diana if she'd just straighten up, wipe that giggle off her face and behave in the pleasant but ineffably tweedy manner the world has come to expect of British royals. But Di continues, blatantly, to have fun. Her latest gambit was to wear a man's tux to a small London party. And not just any man's tux. "It's Charles's," she said. "It suits me better, don't you think?" So far no one has disagreed.
Apollonia Kotero, voyeur's delight and Prince's ex-love interest, was up to her belly-button-baring best at the Fourth Annual American Video Awards, held in Los Angeles. Falcon Crest's Siren of Skimp flashed her gown briefly for paparazzi, who flashed their Nikons appreciatively in return. Apollonia seemed to be following the lyrical advice on self-promotion made famous in the musical Gypsy: "If you wanna bump it, bump it with a trumpet."
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