I've seen worse comments when JJ actually looked great, so just... whatever.
It's awful, she looks good in general, she has a beautiful and healthy body, great eyes and hair. Her tan is not good, but none of their faves has a great tan, they all spend too much time exposed to sun.
I mean, if any of JJ's fans suggests that Vee's hairstyle isn't very good or that Masha's dress looks cheap, those trolls immediately start insulting JJ, saying that she's ugly, tranny, 95 years old. I'm sick of that. I wonder what those trolls look like.
Few months ago there was a pic of Ana baking cookies and I said that it takes a lot of courage to try those and immediately some idiot (not Ana's fan btw) said something like: "I would never try anything coming from JJ's hands."
But if you try posting something like that about Serena or Masha, you'll be banned in no time.
From this angle, it's good. Hair is not great...the only bad thing is that weird shit that's piling up at her chest, that fabric. I don't know. Not good.
She would do best if she had her hair pulled back in a high ponytail and then wearing a simple, body fitting dress (because she has a sick body and she shouldnt hide it behind this giant crappy dress). She'd look better in Herve Leger than WozWoz does (who's already worn it like 4 times this season).
The dress is horrible. Like something kids with little taste and even less money wear to junior proms. And she looks as if she didn't have enough time to fix her hair an put on the make-up.
But despite all that, there are still players who look far worse - Woz, Ana, even Sharapova looks awful. I can't make up my mind about Na's dress - I like eccentric stuff like that, and she looks really pretty, but the dress is still very, very weird shape-wise.
''I saw JJ in her prime.
Another time, another time.''
By Harold Pinter&Brena
The dress is not horrible. It looks good. But JJ shouldn't have bought it for Wimbledon's party. And I don't know why, but I think this dress looks cheap. Very cheap
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