Elsa Patton, the true star of the Real Housewives of Miami, seems to have taken a break from cackling over a bubbling cauldron filled with vodka to
prevent the steam from melting off her face start her very own Twitter page and to fork over some personal, pre-op photos of herself to BravoTV.com.
All of this is so much sensory overload, we're not quite sure which tidbit of HARD HITTING NEWS we should tackle first. But since we're horrible, shallow creatures let's go with the visuals and talk about that face.
You know, we were wrong the other day when we said Elsa was
is obviously the decedent of very good looking human beings (we know, WE
KNOW, we asked E.T. and Marvin the Martian and they both said they're
not related to her. But Alf swears he's seen her eating cat on Melmac). Check out the below photos — the woman was
You know what's not beautiful? Boogers, a cup full of
spit-out dip, or getting so much plastic surgery that you're
unrecognizable as a homo sapien.
Next, let's move on to her Twitter account. Does she have a ghost
Twitter writer because we're surprised by all the English being utilized
and the utter lack of typos. That's not the Elsa we've gotten to know
and love! Sure, there's a few Tweets about airplanes and paper flowers,
but nothing about muumuus, alcohol, or a tutorial on how to fly a
broomstick through the starry, night sky. So far, it's a snoozefest,
but we dug up a few choice tweets:
@Loki_Mom No my driver has curly hair, he uses alberto V05
But I have two beautiful mens with me. My bodyguards and butlers.
Please help, almost to DC and left my eyebrows at home. Can someone call Michelle Obama and ask where she buy hers? @bravoandy
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