Smootie runs a much, much tighter ship than Desi ever did. Which is probably why the 2000 illegal immigrants gathered at the front gate last night were not allowed in for the Mexican Fiesta. For starters, she was hanging with the enforcers instead of the celebrity guests. Desi never liked being photographed with the hired help.
…and the ever chic and important Anna Wintour
So when Smootie and Stephen demanded that all the people wearing “La Raza” name tags show them their papers, they dispersed rather quickly.
But we did have real stars at our state gala, Mexican ones too:
Ana Claudia Talancon, Giselle Fernandez, Mexican Tee Vee stars
As you already know, we had moles for dinner, but also lots of fresh vegs from the organic garden out back. In addition to the herbs, radishes and lettuces we also used the first hatch of the butterflies from Lady M’s butterfly garden to decorate the entertainment pavilion.
And by all accounts the moles were a big hit! I suppose it didn’t hurt that they were served as a sauce (the blender, remember?) with Wagyu beef steaks. Lady M ordered hers with extra beef, sauce on the side. I think she enjoyed it, but she just pushed the beans – green and black – around on the plate.
Beyonce performed with her new blonde (!) hair and ruby red lips. She wore the only gown more sparkly than Lady M’s, but it was OK because she cleared it first with the Big White. Although, if we’d known about the blonde hair, I’m not sure it would have passed muster.
Beyonce, on her way to the Monarch festival at Big White
And good news! Everyone who got in last night had their papers in order. The only possible teensie-tiny misstep might have been with Eva Longoria. She did not get pre-approval to show up in that one-shouldered red gown, and as you can see, the inevitable comparisons will be made. But that’s unfair: I hear that Eva has store-bought hooters.
Just for future reference, the recycled blue-tarp lampshade gown might have been a little “over constructed” on the top. It actually looks rather painful – but that’s the price you pay to be a fashion icon.