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Things are looking up already

As traumatic as the Vince Neil run-in was earlier, my day has been resuscitated by Ian Andrew Ziering's wife. (Yes, they're still married, apparently the divorce isn't final. They're making it work, unlike those A-List ) I get to play with photos of her in a bikini.

And get paid to do it.

Comments

Captain Mog said…
Wow, ya' know alot 'bout 90210 stars. Thas creepy, creepier than mos' of the people I work with.
Zach Pennington said…
I actually know very little about 91210 stars, I looked up her page on IMDB to see if she was related to him and that's how I found out they were married with filing.
Captain Mog said…
Well dern it! You ruined the illusion.
Anonymous said…
I got into 90210 after it went into syndication. Bust that photo onto your blog, brah.

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