It's a very good hair day for Jordan, but that make-up was a real drag.
Full marks to Jordan for her new brunette hairdo. Appearing at the TV awards this week, she looked infinitely more upmarket than usual, with dark tresses and a frock that made more than a half-hearted attempt to contain her cleavage.
But why did she have to spoil it by trowelling on the make-up?
Jordan's eye shadow looks OK in the picture, but it must have been scary up close. It makes you wonder why a woman would want to look like a drag queen? There are enough men making a living doing that and they do it better.
We girls, on the whole, warm to fallibility in others of our sex, not plastic perfection. Jordan knows this, which is why she plays to the female audience with glossy mag interviews about her son, Harvey's, disability. Then, she goes out and ruins it all with a ton of black eyeliner. Jordan is now that most curious of things; a female, female impersonator. What must she look like in the morning if she can't be bothered to take her make-up off the night before?