Remember Kate Winslett in Titanic?

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Posted by jill on May 14, 2004 at 12:44:02:

In Reply to: Goddesses past and present posted by HSG on May 09, 2004 at 22:46:07:

Comparing the two, still Diana Kruger looks very much a Hollywood actress while Valerie is more radiant. I'd say if Valerie is wearing something Grecian inspired and with the rugged landscape on the background, it will be more superb. If there's an actress who broke the androgynous type and got it right, it's Kate Winslett. Remember when she was Rose Dewitt-Bukateer in Titanic? With her classic face and voluptuous figure, she resembled the women during the turn of the century. She was once criticized for her figure but she said that she has child-bearing hips and she doesn't look like the American actresses. In a teen magazine several years back about celebs who got it right and who got it wrong (its about dieting and accepting one's self) she said that "I'm not a twig and I refuse to be one."

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