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Suiting up isn’t just for Hilary Clinton and Barney Stinson — ladies’ suits were all the rage at the Burberry show in London yesterday. Unfortunately, not everybody gets it right. Rita Ora, for instance, who reminds us why rickets and pleats are never a good mix. And also why we don’t lead with the crotch when taking a photograph. She’s standing like a man who just popped out from behind a subway sign with his trench coat open and his pants around his ankles. Advantage: Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.

More hits and misses from Burberry Prorsum’s catwalk show at London’s Fashion Week in the gallery above.

Victoria’s Secret model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has a gorgeous spread in next month’s issue of FHM China, which is virtually indistinguishable from our FHM here in the U.S. In fact, the only way to tell them apart is that the reader of American FHM can run into a wall with a boner without breaking his nose. Also the American version isn’t written in Chinese.

Get Rosie’s polka-dot blouse from Splendid here so you can put it on your mannequin and take it out for a nice dinner and a drive in the countryside.

Rosie O’Donnell wrote a poem on her blog about the “widow maker” heart attack she suffered last week after helping an obese woman out of her car. You know that old saying about the fat helping the fat. The Daily Mail says:

In a poem about her near-death experience, she described how she put her symptoms down to helping [an] “enormous” woman from her car.

Afterwards, Rosie had an ache in her chest and sore arms… [along with] other symptoms typical for a woman having a heart attack.

Despite not seeking medical help Rosie did take an aspirin, which may have saved her life.

The next day Rosie did visit her doctor who gave her an EKG and fitted a stent [after being told] her left anterior descending artery was 99 percent blocked.

‘They call this type of heart attack the widow maker,’ she revealed. ‘I am lucky to be here.’

Damn. She was this close to kicking the bucket. What a waste of a perfectly good heart attack. But don’t worry — there’s no way she’ll be able to avoid the lure of a subscription to the Bacons of the World monthly gift club. I’ve already signed her up for seven.

Here’s VS supermodel Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in Miami, because her name is also Rosie, and her thighs don’t touch clear down to the knee (get her patriotic flair here!):

PHOTO CREDIT: Pacific Coast News

Chris Brown is seeing red after a rumor started about him using a particularly charming pickup line at pre-Grammy party. Says E! Online,

Earlier this week, Us Weekly reported that Brown, who pleaded guilty to a particularly brutal felony assault of Rihanna three years ago, attempted to sweet-talk a brunette at a pre-Grammy gifting lounge by telling her, “Can I get your number? I promise I won’t beat you!”

Well, the 22-year-old’s rep is now vehemently denying that any such encounter took place.

“That is absurd and absolutely not true,” his publicist told E! News. “He did not say that nor would he joke about that.”

God, people! How dare you make such crap up! You should know better that Chris Brown would never promise to not beat a woman up. He reserves the right to smack his bitches as he sees fit, and don’t you be forgetting that!

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley with Cuba Gooding, Jr. at the Elle Style Awards in London:

 

Victoria’s Secret model and “Transformers 3″ star Rosie Huntington-Whiteley graces one of three covers of next month’s issue of Vs magazine — the other two covers belong to actress Julianne Moore and supermodel Helena Christensen. I suppose the choice of three different women on the covers is their way of putting in a real-life versus in the magazine Vs. So, anyway, which did I choose? Well, after dialoguing with my co-workers and much consideration and deliberation, I ultimately went with Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. She was showing her nipple, and the other ladies weren’t. If you aren’t going to bring your A-game, you might as well not even step up to the plate.

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