Chris Hemsworth’s wife, Elsa Pataky might be shocked that “Fashion Police” are reviewing the dresses at the Oscars so negatively and the fans are definitely upset that the remarks are slated toward a pregnant woman. According to Cosmopolitan on Tuesday, the latest comments about Elsa Pataky’s fashion at the Oscars have raised more than a few eyebrows. It has angered the viewers who love fashion.
The whole idea about fashion is to see what looks good on people, make a few suggestions and not get too snarky. This concept has been on lost “Fashion Police” for a while now. Instead of looking at fashion, it’s become an intense attack against stars who walk the red carpet. What type of attacks? Personal attacks.
The “Fashion Police” attacked Elsa Pataky for her fashion at the Oscars on Monday night. Yes, the star is pregnant with twins and it’s pretty obvious she didn’t look that bad. In fact she was beautiful. Unless you hear the “Fashion Police” describe her in less than kind terms.
"That doesn't look like a baby bump, it looks like a beer belly," said George Kotsiopoulos on the show. All of the hosts had their turn in ripping on Elsa Pataky’s fashion. It was awful to watch. It was rude and it is completely unacceptable to bully stars in this format. Do the "Fashion Police" even remember photos of bare pregnant bellies on the cover of fashion magazines?
It is safe to say the “Fashion Police” are becoming less and less relevant in the fashion world. Especially after comments on Monday night’s show. And if there are more signs of this cast being close to hitting the door, it was on Sunday, when fashion cop Kelly Osbourne had to use binoculars above the red carpet because she couldn’t be on it. Perhaps there was some concern a real celebrity would tell the cast member off.
Take a look at the video clip of the nasty remarks about Elsa Pataky on “Fashion Police.” Joan Rivers has proven that she needs to retire. And Giuliana Rancic has to fess up for being a rotten friend to Elsa Pataky. Who knew she had such a hateful demeanor?