March 6, 2012

"Photographers mistake 66-year-old Debbie Harry for Lindsay Lohan."

Great moments in pop-culture freakish aging.

19 comments:

AMW said...

I recently thought she looked more like former MASH star Loretta Swit. Kinda sad.

Freeman Hunt said...

What is NY Post thinking telling me that I can't see the story without downloading their app for iPad?

I'm not going to do that.

Now I'll have to go to the actual computer to see it. NYP hopes I'll still care enough to remember to go to the story when I get up in ten minutes.

edutcher said...

Blondie looks pretty good.

Ms Lohan is the next Anna Nicole Smith (and I say that with sadness, the young lady was good, once).

Ann Althouse said...

"What is NY Post thinking telling me that I can't see the story without downloading their app for iPad?"

I know. What nerve! Who do they think they are? I only go the app route for the Wall Street Journal.... and NPR.

Wally Kalbacken said...

She still has 2 more years until she can die at age 27. Seems like she was 24 for about 6 years.

chickenlittle said...

I'll bet this sort of thing happens more frequently in Saudi Arabia.

bagoh20 said...

Debbie Harry never looked that great when she was young. I'm happy for her that she can enjoy this. She does look great for 66.

Lohan has always been hot to me, and she has a wide variety of looks, but this very blond one she's in now is my least favorite. I love me some ginger, and I think she should too. Get back to your roots, Red.

bagoh20 said...

I don't know how Lohan gets in so much trouble. I partied way harder than her when I was 25, but I never even got busted once. It's almost like it's on purpose. Of course, she will never achieve my level of fame...ever.

rcommal said...

Hey, well, I remember 1978.

And I get Debbie Harry: Always did.

(Also, a whole number of music/musical/musical theatre references.)

rcommal said...

Also, whether you all like it or not, when I look at the picture, I can see the confusion (that is to say, it doesn't take all that much imagination), in the visual sense.

rcommal said...

With regard to the 1978 Debbie Harry link I posted:

How Piaf was she, for a bit there, now wasn't she. (Did you catch that?)

rcommal said...

Also Debbie Harry 1978.

rcommal said...

Circa 1935

Clyde said...

I'd say that's gonna break LiLo's heart of glass...

Rusty said...

I'd say that's an indictment of both ladys.

MadisonMan said...

I know a girl from a lonely street
Cold as ice cream but still as sweet.

Debbie Harry is fabulous. Has always been fabulous. And will remain fabulous. The end.

Thank you.

Tarzan said...

Debbie Harry.

(drool)

The ONLY chick poster I had on my wall as a teenager!

Tarzan said...

I guess I was what you'd call a...loyal fan.

Blue@9 said...

What is NY Post thinking telling me that I can't see the story without downloading their app for iPad?

Yeah, not sure if you'll read this, but you can't change the user:agent on iOS Safari. You can download a different browser that spoofs the NYPost website into thinking you're using desktop. I use Dolphin Browser for that.