Originally Posted by HSG
this elegant chanteuse is the definitive anti-modern-pop star: fair-skinned as opposed to radioactively sunburned; softly curvaceous rather than emaciated; attired in an elegant and feminine rather than trashy manner; proudly maintaining a wholesome image rather than seeking notoriety through disgusting P.R. antics; a wondrously gifted singer rather than a studio soundboard creation; and a performer of genuinely beautiful music rather than a singer of explicit lyrics advocating soul-destroying behaviour.
That's so true, isn't it? She seems like an antidote to the tanorexic popstars and all of their non-stop vulgarity. Her voice is heavenly, and oh, her beauty! She really does look like she stepped out of another time. The very
long flowing hair is like something out of a dream, or a Pre-Raphaelite painting, her figure is classical perfection, and (cliche that this may be to say) she has the face of an angel.
What a delight, what a relief
it would be if the media focussed on her, instead of on today's brand of celebrities, with their tiresome notoriety. Unlike them all, Chloe is a starlet of beauty, talent, and character.