Skin ‘n’ Bones

- By Bossip Staff Categories: ANTM, News, Seen on the Scene

Posted by Bossip Staff


ANTM skeleton Jaslene Gonzales made her way to the Day 26 “Forever in a Day” album release party at B.B. Kings in NYC. recently. We gotta wonder what this poor child has against food – dammit. Pop this thang for more pics of the corpse, Cheri Dennis, Dawn Richard & of course, Day 26.

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  • She 4 real


  • me (the original)

    Is this just a bad pic at a bad angle or does she have a butt chin?

  • Nigga Said

    Jaslene looks like skeletor, Cheri looks broke, Day 26 looks gay, Dawn looks like a man, and the mermaid is wack.

  • She 4 real

    Skelator has a problem. She looks really crackish like Amy! Why would she even think that was cute? I am really surprised at Tyra (The Drag Queen) for picking her as ANTM.

  • bg™(007 pimpin~~~)

    Porkchop and gravy sandwich Stat, 2 cc’s of Ranch, and 1 can of Glory greens. Hurry this is life or death!

  • Banrion

    Seriously, why is she even relevant???


    LOL…..look at dude face behind her…..PRICELESS!

  • blackpride09

    That’s painful to look at

  • i dont care

    damn, cheri dennis looks like she’s given up on life. that hair, she’s getting fat, and the horrible outfit…diddy needs to stop playin games with her and just let her out of her contract.

  • jb_1030 (Has her DVR set to record Cougar starring Vivica Fox )

    Jaslene step away from the hammer pants.

  • Luv-Lee

    LMAO @ Jaslene’s hammer pants!!! Cheri y did you do that to yourself??? WTF were yo thinking??? That is going to be HELL to remove.

  • Angee

    I agree with bg!!

  • Angee

    Morning People!

  • undressingHER

    that’s SAD

  • Chocolate

    MJ’s Auction off .

    Michael Jackson’s possessions are safe from being auctioned off now that Jackson and Julien’s Auctions have reached a settlement over whether 2,000 items were up for sale or no.

    There were no specific terms disclosed, but Michael Jackson can keep his things while Julien keeps his exhibition.

    “There was so much interest from so many of Jackson’s fans that instead of putting the items in the hands of private collectors, Dr. Tohme and Julien’s Auction House have made arrangements that will allow the collection to be shared with and enjoyed by Jackson’s fans for many years to come,” read a joint statement from Jackson spokesman Dr. Tohme R. Tohme and auction organizer Darren Julien.

    Jackson’s production company, MJJ Productions, sued Julien in early March, seeking to halt the sale by arguing that Jackson hadn’t authorized it. A judge blocked one effort by MJJ Productions to cancel it earlier this month, and another was scheduled to hear arguments Wednesday for an injunction.

    “I believe both sides are pleased with the resolution,” Julien said Tuesday by telephone.

    Julien has said he spent $2 million organizing the sale, which another auctioneer estimated could have fetched $12 million after its April 22 start. The exhibition in Beverly Hills costs $20 to attend, and auction catalogues — a $50 single volume and $200, five-volume boxed set — were still selling, Julien said.

    The statement also said MJJ Productions and Julien’s Auction House would be making a “substantial” donation to MusiCares to benefit artists in need.

    Julien said all of Jackson’s possessions, which the auction house took directly from the Neverland Ranch property, would be returned to the pop singer. He would not say where they would be taken.

    “It’s been our hopes to resolve this in the beginning, when the lawsuit was filed,” Julien said. “It was in our best interest to resolve it. We continue to have great respect for Michael Jackson. … I guess you could call it the greatest auction that never happened.”

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