Teri Hatcher did not, apparently, make any friends at Eva Longoria’s wedding. Which doesn’t surprise me. She reeks of Eau de Attention-Whore, which usually repels more than it attracts.
Case in point: Ms. Hatcher reportedly upset fellow guests at Eva Longoria’s wedding by breaking away from the celebration to parade herself and her daughter (who I still think was pushing the Lolita envelope) in front of paparazzi. Classic diva behaviour, according to one guest: ”everyone else was so excited to be going into the church for the wedding, and all of a sudden, Teri broke away from the group to make sure she was seen and photographed. What a diva!”
What was more diva, though, was the fact that Hatcher commissioned Badgley Mischka to make her a dress that was similar to the (also Mischka-commissioned) bridesmaids’ dresses. I think that actually sets a whole new standard in desperate bids for attention. Don’t most self-respecting women fear and loathe the bridesmaid’s dress? Don’t most self-respecting women recoil in terror from the bridesmaid’s dress?
Right. Self-respecting. I forgot that we were talking about Teri Hatcher.