Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Anna Nicole Smith Biopic in the works

Note: I am as surprised as you are that I am writing about one of these people I am in this post. Do not worry, I am not going soft on you all, it was just the story needed to be written about. I also swear that any information I provide is accurate in so much that the celebrity in question disclosed it in the single one page interview they were a part of a few years back. I repeat, I've read a single print interview.

With that being said, I can begin.

Remember Willa Ford, you know, that girl who wanted to be bad. Yeah, her.

Well, it seems that she is going to be playing the late Anna Nicole Smith in a movie.

The former singer, Playboy model, Pussycat Doll, pageant host and Dancing with the Stars contestant has only acted in one episode of the short-lived sitcom Raising Dad, though she has appeared as "herself" on a couple of other series. But honestly, does she have the chops, the life experience, the understanding of where Anna Nicole Smith went in life? Errr... ok, strike that. I think aside from the drugs(wait, she had some funny incidents with sleeping pills, so strike that too), she has a perfect understanding of where Anna Nicole has been. Except about having a different name professionally than in real life. I mean, it isn't like Willa Ford isn't her real name... wait a minute, she was born Amanda Lee Williford (strike three).

Ok, I guess I have to admit it, it is great casting then. I mean, by her own admission, she is known as "Mando Commando" by her friends because of her habit of not wearing underwear.

Part of me can't wait to see this "actress" reenacting the Anna Nicole Show... now that is going to be special.

On some level, I think I just overdosed on reality television there.


Becca said...

Thank you for giving me my first laugh of the day!

MC said...

Given the blogs you read, that is a real compliment.

Dame said...

I'm sure it's gonna be one of the worst movies ever made. But I'm still gonna watch it, lol

MC said...

As one pop culture blogger to another, I can totally respect that.