Bucket my British Blue. Ready for Anything :)
R.I.P little smudge. (Taken with instagram)
My cat had to be put to sleep the other day - poor kitten. Rest in peace little one.
Aww. So sorry to hear that.
If people ask me why I love Bonnie Wright, that list can go on FOREVER.
In terms of my history of fangirling over girls and women (prior to Bonnie), only three names come up: MADONNA, KATE WINSLET AND OPRAH WINFREY.
Sure, I love other actresses and singers and public figures but these three (four including Bonnie) are the ones I will stan for the rest of my life.
I respect them as people, as artists and as endorsers.
For Bonnie in particular, what I really love about her is that she’s very consistent with her choices; her beliefs from the time she was 12 years old are still the same principles and choices today.
When I look at Bonnie, whether it’s a candid, photoshoot or event pictures, I know it’s Bonnie Wright. Whatever I see on her, the way she dresses, the way she’s dolled up, I can still see the person behind the clothes and the glamour (or lack thereof). Sans photoshoots, everytime I see her out and about, I know it’s her choices, and not something a stylist or publicist want her to wear or look like.
What I’d like to point out is this: if the online fandom loves the quirkiness of Helena Bonham Carter but pick on Bonnie Wright for her quirkiness, that’s a double standard that I find so ridiculously stupid.
You can’t put someone on the pedestal because of a characteristic and then use the same to find fault in someone else.
That’s just - wait for it - MORONIC.
Going back to Bonnie.
She’s up there with Madonna, Kate and Oprah because as an endorser or somebody who campaigns for something, I believe her.
I haven’t seen her stand up or go behind any campaign just because she’s paid to do it - and she’s consistent about the reasons why she’s behind them.
When it comes to her fashion choices, she’s always been a Prada girl. That is true now as it’s always been. I love how she says she loves fashion but when you look at her fashion choices, you can tell “Ahh, that’s so Bonnie Wright.”
It might be weird, quirky, edgy or down-right “What the hell was she thinking?” but I know it’s her.
Well, I could go on.
But bottomline is this: I love Bonnie because I can see her as a person rather than an image manufactured by people who would like to make her a brand name.
Madonna, Kate Winslet and Oprah Winfrey were all people before they became brandnames, it wasn’t the other way around. With that, the brand names they eventually became only were molded in the images of them as a person. In fact, they needed to prove themselves as artists before they became as big as they’ve become.
Bonnie Wright is the same as the three: she’s not guided by the misconception that she has to sell herself as a brand, but she’s making sure she hones herself as a person first with talents and skills that could eventually make her name a brand name.
And that is some of the reasons why I stan for Bonnie (and for anyone).
I don’t look at them as a beautiful face but rather as people with character.
DAAAAAMN. LUKE TREADAWAY YOU LOOK FINE ON THE ROUGE CARPET.
Bonnie Wright looks pregnant. Is she? Jamie Bower Campbell looks fine as well. They are actually the cutest couple. How long have they been engaged already?
Is BENEDICT AT THE BAFTAS? I cant find proof :(
Two years - she’s had the ring since 2010 and it’s 2012 now. But is she actually wearing it TONIGHT!?!? I haven’t seen a good enough pic of her left hand to see. I WANNA KNOW!
I wish he was more direct- but I’m geussing he’s still signed for TMI. (Jamie talk to your fiancée about wearing her goddamn ring. It’s bothering me to death.)
I can’t remember the last time I saw her with the ring on. Since I don’t know them personally, it shouldn’t bother me. BUT IT DOES!
There you go. I decided to ask Cassie about her opinion on the Jamie vs Alex fiasco. (I’m tired of seeing people complain, okay? Don’t hate me for this!)