Who should have won Most Likely to Succeed, Best Dressed, AND Life of the Party? You, you, and (yep) you.
Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century
If you are flying solo this Halloween, like myself, rock any of these ideas rogue.
The Disney Channel Original Movie is a vital staple in the childhood of anyone who came of age within a half-mile of a TV in the late 90s and early 2000s. Your favorite directly correlated with your character, even so long after the franchises’ heyday.
How could a CatDog even happen? Why didn’t they ever separate? What is the meaning of life?
All I can do is try and become as worthy of being talked to as possible.
Sweet Home Alabama smartly banks on Reese Witherspoon’s girl-next-door appeal and features a couple great scenes and zingers (e.g. “You brought a baby… into a bar?”)
Now, Sketchers as we knew them are a thing of the past. Instead, toddlers can get their Diane Von Furstenberg fix at Gap, and grow out of it two weeks later. Oscar de la Renta designs for children. A baby walked in a Chanel runway show. I can’t even afford Chanel lipstick.
Ignoring the fact that the author is no longer living, I’m pretty sure one of these titles will follow The Girl Who Played With Fire and The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest.