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March 6, 2012


Who'dat?™: Photographers go one step further with their guess

Last week we played a round of Who'dat?™ with a photo of a weirdly puffy, facially warped, and (in my opinion) completely unrecognizable Lindsay Lohan. We asked you to name the celebrity, and also guess what decade of her life she was in, because in the picture she looks like she could plausibly be in her 30's, 40's, or 50's. (She's really only 25.)


But apparently I didn't go old enough for New York's paparazzi, who seem to have mistaken Debbie Harry for Lindsay.

Debbie Harry

Debbie Harry is 66 YEARS OLD. Sure, she's a remarkably gorgeous 66 year-old, but this still means that Lindsay Lohan appears to the public to be an elderly woman. Lindsay's own paternal grandmother is 71.

For context, here are some of the guesses I heard about who the Who'dat? picture was:

  • Joan Jett
  • Nicole Richie
  • Jennifer Tilly
  • Lil Kim
  • Donatella Versace

But I like the photographers' guess best of all. They're the professionals.

[tx ADM!]

categories: Celebrities, Who'Dat?
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The video that officially kick-started puberty for me back in 1979 (I was 14).


Posted by: Tim at March 7, 2012 5:20 AM

Just watched this video, and I think was momentarily transformed into a 14 year-old boy.

She's amazing. Not usually the kind of thing I notice, but her bone structure is just phenomenal.

Posted by: amy at March 8, 2012 2:49 PM

Nice try, but if you had been momentarily transformed into a 14-year old boy, then the first thing you would have noticed was her cleavage.

Or so I'm told.

Posted by: Tim at March 9, 2012 11:13 PM

Ha, yeah, I've heard that, too. That's why my distraction from the futuristic-tube-top-draped cleavage for even a moment speaks to the power of an incredible set of cheekbones.

Posted by: amy at March 10, 2012 4:03 PM

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