Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Damn Cindy. I never want to hear her name mentioned again.

Not this one, this one.
With Cindy Margolis finally going the way of Gabrielle Reece, Kristy Swanson and Tia Carrere and stripping off for the cameras (the Playboy cameras, yes, but still cameras) after years of refusing to do so and years after what minimal interest people had in her disappeared, I now have an excuse to vent about how much I never liked her. Ever.
I resented how her website used to have "There's a new Cindy on the block" as its splash page. You need to be seriously attractive, classy and successful to compare yourself to The Greatest Supermodel Of All Time, and Cindy M didn't come close to Cindy C even at her peak (sic). This is also why I've never really liked Kelly Brook - she has the body and she's inoffensive (if maybe not all that bright), but if her first magazine spread of note had kept from channelling the spirit of Cindy...
Anyway, Margolis. Her clinging to that "Most Downloaded Woman" title like a liferaft, as a reflection that she's done about as much to merit world attention as Nikki Sanderson (ex-Coronation Street heartthrob to people with Y-chromosomes, I understand), was another minus - props to Danni Ashe for calling her on it. (This having been six years ago, plus another four since CM claimed the title in the first place, the actual winner may well be someone else by now.)
And then there's the simple fact that she really wasn't terribly attractive... basically, Cindy Margolis was and is a cut-rate Pamela Anderson without the genuine international fame and actual successful product to back it up (you may sneer at Baywatch and VIP, but they both ran a lot longer than The Cindy Margolis Show). Not to mention the nudity.
I do empathise with her over her fertility problems, however. At the end of the day she's only human...

3 comments:

The Archivist said...

I can tell you feel quite strongly about this. I've never actually seen the image that got her the title of the Most Downloaded Woman though.

Jeremy Hawk, though? Who the hell is Jeremy Hawk?

Cindylover1969 said...

A character from one of the most underrated post-Simpsons prime time cartoons, The Critic.

The Archivist said...

Ah... looked it up on imdb.

I'm really not sure what to say.