Everyone's A Winner At Wimbledon Winners Party

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The Wimbledon Winners Party at London's Hotel Intercontinental brought out Serena, Rogers, and a slew of tennis bigs - and these are celebs we don't mind feting.

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The framing around the breasts is the kind of lingerie detailing I don't love on Serena Williams, but she still looks lovely. Oh, hold that thought - US Weekly just told me she could stand to improve her Wimbledon-winning, professional athlete body, so I should probably reevaluate my standards.


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Okay, Annabel Croft's getup is skewing a leetle prom '95, no? Wouldn't you love to see her in, a feminine Lanvin, or, ooh! Maybe a youthful Rodarte!


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Cliff Richard's striped jacket just screams "former pop star comfortable with his place in the world."


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This is dedication: Mirka Federer represents; Roger wears victory really easily these days.


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Former Wimbledon Referee Alan Mills is a CBE. This lady, charming in neutrals, is described as his "guest." I hate it when they don't bother to ID them.


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"Former tennis player Virginia Wade" has an athlete's physical ease; she even succeeds in not being totally worn by an almost-blinding jacket.


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US Weekly did NOT say that she should improve her body. I absolutely, flat-out, refuse to believe that anyone on earth could be that blindingly, resolutely ignorant and hateful. Je refuse!

Hold on, what's that? /puts finger to earpiece and turns 1/4 turn from camera/ Us Weekly is precisely that blindingly, resolutely ignorant and hateful? Oh, ok then. /removes finger, turns back/ I stand corrected.