blonde bombshell


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blonde bombshell

n (inf)Superblondine f (inf)
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You're a blonde bombshell!" Gemma was spotlit on the stage sitting astride her name in lighted letters, as the opening strains of Show Me How You Burlesque were sang.
1 (ANI): 'The Wolf of Wall street' became a breakout movie for Margot Robbie, but now she has revealed that she wasn't sexy enough to play a blonde bombshell in the Martin Scorsese directorial.
It's hard enough believing that Tunisian starlet Latifa is 48-years-old, but she went one step further and made it difficult for us to believe that the blonde bombshell in this photoshoot is really her.
The business goes from strength to strength and Jordan jettisons his wife Teresa to romance blonde bombshell Naomi Lapaglia.
The blonde bombshell has come a long way since her 2010 breakthrough song Starry Eyed, having finally scored her first UK No 1 with her single Burn this summer.
It only seemed like yesterday When you brought home a stray kitten and called it Jay Far cry from the kittens you bring home today Like the blonde bombshell from Huyton way And you made me a card "You're my sweet Valentine" Oh if only we could go back in time Be strong my son and face your fears And you'll be ready for the joys, the laughs and the tears.
Blonde bombshell Emmelie de Forest won the Eurovision Song Content last night for Denmark.
Extraordinary to think that if the blonde bombshell had lived, she'd be a few weeks younger than our Queen.
BLONDE bombshell Lucy is turning heads with her new set of wheels.
Blonde bombshell Loredana Popesciue's dirty dancing act has lured legions of leering hubbies to the bar where she works in Cadelbosco di Sopra, Italy.
'Blonde bombshell' Pamela Anderson as the swimsuit-clad Genie of the Lamp, left; and, above, Pete Price as the Emperor and Mark Moraghan as the evil Abanazar Pictures: MARK McNULTY Sean Kearns as the colourful Widow Twankey, in Aladdin
The highlight was Michael Charnley's appearance as Evelyn, a blonde bombshell strutting his/her stuff to 'Total Eclipse of the Heart'.