This weekend's Miami Comic Con not only provided a chance to spend a lot of money, it also provided us the opportunity to speak with a slew of celebrities. And by slew we mean a handful, and by celebrities we mean "celebrities."
Angela Fong, better known as Savannah of WWE fame, or from the movie John Tucker Must Die,
had herself a bangin' time in Miami for the short while she was here.
She made sure to hit South Beach Friday and Saturday nights. "Me and my
girls, the girls I came with, went to SET, Mango's, and the Clevelander.
I love it. Nothing compares to the South Beach nightlife, not even
Vegas." Why thank you, Miss Fong. We love you too.
Anywhoozers, when asked if she had been out in the city or hit any of the clubs on South Beach, she responded by saying that she had no chance to as she had only been here 36 hours. Look Clare, we just spoke to Angela Fong who told us she spent all weekend drinking and barely managed to get any sleep before showing up looking mad hot at the convention center. Be a professional!
"These people don't care at all about Cabin Fever; they care that I was a Power Ranger." Vincent is more than a scream queen, the latest installment in her hot chick book series was just released, How to Live Like a Hot Chick. We read some of it and it makes pretty good advice for anyone.
Vincent chilled most of the weekend, but planned to hit South Beach for some "good food and stiff drinks" right after the comic con was over on Sunday. We steered her right.
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