Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Beth Ditto has a "half-naked-only" clause in her contract

Posted By on Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 3:43 PM

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This week she's in the "Women's Fashion Spring 2009" edition of the New York Times magazine T.

Here's the bulk of blurb:

[The singer] will introduce a self-proclaimed ‘‘fat-lady clothing line’’ for the British plus-size label Evans this summer. She says her current style obsessions are ‘‘Sarah Jessica Parker from 1993, Madonna from her ‘Cherish’ music video and Missy Elliott’s trash-bag look’’ — not to mention Jeremy Scott, Vivienne Westwood and ‘‘those amazing designers who make clothes to fit me.’’ But whether it is music or fashion, Ditto has just one rule: ‘‘Absolutely no shame.’’

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