A life less simple

Nicole Richie’s ambitions once extended far beyond being Paris Hilton’s TV sidekick for five years, although things have not always worked out for her: she’s had the occasional brush with the law, and her two novels (The Truth About Diamonds, 2006, and Priceless, 2010) weren’t earthshaking, though Diamonds, thinly veiled autobiography that it appeared to be, did manage to climb to #32 on a New York Times fiction bestseller list.

The camera, at least, has been good to her:

Nicole Richie in Glamour, 2012

By the time that Glamour photoshoot came out in 2012, she’d had two children, Harlow and Sparrow, and married their father, Good Charlotte frontman Joel Madden. (In that order, if you care.)

Still, she runs up against the Rodney Dangerfield Syndrome every now and then. Last night on Facebook:

Screenshot from InStyle's Facebook page featuring Nicole Richie

What’s more, the link was borked.

4 comments

  1. fillyjonk »

    24 January 2015 · 8:57 am

    Teal hair: great on Princess Celestia (well, as part of her mane), not so great on Nicole Richie.

  2. Tatyana »

    24 January 2015 · 9:20 am

    Hot pink? I heard of red-green color blindness, but pink/teal?

  3. CGHill »

    24 January 2015 · 11:35 am

    I suspect they’d had a picture of Nicole with pink hair, but pulled the wrong one out of storage.

    Trini often sported a blue streak, but it was a lot closer to navy than to teal.

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