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Spotlight/Shoutout: Pippa Middleton


I know I said, Spotlight was not going to happen this week, but I am a liar.
After all according to most people, I am already damned, so why worry about sin?

Speaking of Sin, I have already written two previous posts about how Pippa Middleton junks up my life and more importantly my trending topics, and then, I discover this.

Today I find her at number one once again, and I can give her one of the least deserved spotlights in s/s history. But now that Pippa Middleton is going to be in a docu/film...I have reason to give her a spotlight. (I'm such a bandwagon bitch.)

Pippa Middleton is going to be the subject of a new documentary on TLC airing in August of this year.

Read this excerpt from the trending article:
Pippa Middleton is no stranger to attention. Just earlier this month the 27-year-old - more specifically, her choice of clothing – turned heads at Wimbledon, temporarily stealing the spotlight of the famous tennis tournament.

All she did was go to Wimbledon and watch as a spectator, and they are going to make a movie about her?
All she did was sit in the crowd and wear sunglasses, and people are making a movie about her? Damn the MACHINE!

Back on the radar once again, Pippa is now slated to appear in a TLC one-hour in depth documentary about her life.
TLC’s Crazy About Pippa is scheduled to hit TV’s across the nation on Tuesday, August 9th at 9pm ET.


Source:
http://www.inquisitr.com/130283/pippa-middleton-tlc-documentary-crazy-about-pippa/

QATFYG:
Who is more annoying Pippa Middleton? Or Me?
It's me of course.
I admit defeat too easily.

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