Saturday, August 29, 2015

Big Ang of 'Mob Wives' as Marilyn

VH1's breakout reality star poses as Marilyn

Big Ang of 'Mob Wives' as Marilyn

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Big Ang feels the breeze of Marilyn´s fame
Big Ang feels the breeze of Marilyn's fame

 

 

Has an icon ever been more overworked than Marilyn Monroe? She’s the focus of the musical within the show on NBC’s Smash (which dropped to a new low in the ratings last night in its third airing). Michelle Williams is up for an Oscar on Sunday for playing Monroe in the feature film, My Week with Marilyn. This week even Courtney Stodden dressed up like Marilyn for photographers. She’s the wacky child bride of that creepy middle aged actor from Lost.

But this….This steals the whole freakin’ pastry shelf. It’s Big Ang dolled up as the classic Seven Year Itch Marilyn. Yeah, the brazen breakout star of VH1’s Mob Wives, the lady with the big lips, the big chest, the raspy  and the stop-you-in-your-tracks laugh.

She’s posing for NEXT Magazine. See, it’s not so far from Staten Island to Hollywood. All you gotta do is dream. As a bonus, watch Big Ang throw down a few morning cocktails for Fat Tuesday.

 

 

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