Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Eva Mendes calls her red carpet blunder, 'Princess Jasmine goes wrong'

In an interview with AP published Tuesday, the actress pokes fun at her past fashion offenses, including the memorable lilac gown she wore to the premier of Ghost Rider in 2007. Here's what she said:

Eva Mendes calls her red carpet blunder, 'Princess Jasmine goes wrong'

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FILE - This Feb. 15, 2007 file photo shows actress Eva Mendes at the premiere of her film "Ghostrider." Mendes will be doing the red-carpet circuit again with her new film ìThe Place Beyond the Pines,î co-starring Ryan Gosling, coming out later this month. But while she lands more often than not in the fashion ´do´ column, Mendes says she knows she´s made a few mistakes along the way, including one look she calls ìPrincess Jasmine gone wrong.î (AP Photo/Rick Maiman, file)
FILE - This Feb. 15, 2007 file photo shows actress Eva Mendes at the premiere of her film "Ghostrider." Mendes will be doing the red-carpet circuit again with her new film ìThe Place Beyond the Pines,î co-starring Ryan Gosling, coming out later this month. But while she lands more often than not in the fashion 'do' column, Mendes says she knows she's made a few mistakes along the way, including one look she calls ìPrincess Jasmine gone wrong.î (AP Photo/Rick Maiman, file) AP

In an interview with the AP published Tuesday, Eva Mendes reevaluates this red carpet look with a healthy dose of self-deprecation.

The actress pokes fun at her previous fashion offenses, including the memorable lilac gown she wore to the premier of Ghost Rider in 2007. Here's what she said:

I really am the first one to laugh at myself and point out what a horrible fashion choice I made or point out an unflattering photo. About six years ago I went to the `Ghostrider' premiere in New York City and it was cold and snowing , I don't know why I'm sharing that, I think I'm trying to justify , and I had my dress on but I had to finish my hair and makeup in the back of an SUV.

It was a beautiful dress, but the way I put everything together, it was a Princess Jasmine gone wrong. The strapless, purple dress with necklaces and a hair in a really high braid. It's not a good look.

For the full interview, click here.

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