Sam Taylor Johnson, 48, shows off her pink hair at Glastonbury: hot or not?


Here’s a hodge-podge of photos from the past few days of the Glastonbury festival. We’re starting off with Aaron and Sam Taylor Johnson, they of the May-December romance. He’s 25, she’s 48. He’s got goat scruff, she’s got pink hair. They both have wellies and love. Anyway, I’m sort of happy to see that some people still have some mixed feelings about this pairing, as evidenced by the comments on Friday’s post about Aaron’s Flaunt cover profile. It’s not that I am disbelieving in their love – I actually believe they love each other very much. But I wish they would find a better way of NOT reminding us that she seduced an impressionable 18-year-old and got pregnant in a hurry to further tie herself to him. Also: the pink hair just screams “Let’s please pretend I’m in my 20s!!!”



More photos from Glastonbury… ADELE!!!!!!!!!!!!! I’ve missed her so much. She’s really good at disappearing, isn’t she? Adele was there with her husband (?) Simon. Adele keeps promising a new album, hopefully this is the year it happens. I like her hair that length, but I wish she would go back to bright red.


Here’s Alexa Chung – I didn’t see any photos of Alexander Skarsgard (HER BOYFRIEND) so I kind of think he didn’t come out to Glastonbury. Sad face. But, I’ll give her this: this is easily the best she’s ever looked. And everyone should wear wellies at Glastonbury.


Suki Waterhouse makes me think that Glastonbury is just a posher, muddier Coachella. Suki looks like she’s aping Vanessa Hudgens’ style.


Matt Smith and Lily James. Wait, did we know that they’re a couple? I think I knew and forgot because she’s kind of dumb.


Cressida Bonas in wellies and playsuit. Sure. How does one use the port-o-potty when one is drunk off one’s ass and wearing a romper?


Photos courtesy of WENN, Fame/Flynet.

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  1. lila fowler says:

    I thought Lily James was Heather from Real Housewives of NYC. Wow.

    Sam’s pink hair is just… no. Makes her look like she’s trying too hard to look younger.

    • Franca says:

      I love the pink hair. At any age.

      My hair is so very dry I’m afraid to bleach it, but if I didn’t, I would have this colour in a heartbeat.

    • lana86 says:

      I think Sam pulls it off. Also im pretty sure she does it cuz she likes it, not because she tries to appear young for other people’s sake

    • madame kim says:

      Another day, another post about how old Sam is for Aaron and how creepy their relationship is.

      And people complain about ageism in Hollywood.

      • DeadlyKitten says:

        ^^ this 1000%

      • ORLY says:

        Meh. Sam’s face looks rough in these pics; she actually looks her age and it makes the gap with her husband more obvious. It is what it is. I don’t see ageism.

      • lila fowler says:

        yawn. Where in my post do I even mention Aaron or their relationship? Get a grip. I was commenting on her hair and how sh-tty it clearly looks.

      • Mary-Alice says:

        Agree. It’s quite sad, actually. We haven’t progressed much when it comes to not judging partnering with an older/younger or, God gorbid, a single parent who turns into “baggage loader” on blogs like this one. I choose to believe that two consenting adults,yes at18 we are adults, can decide for themselves and have every right to do so.

      • Crumpet says:

        Agree. We just had a post about Clooney and Amal. What is their age difference? Where is the outrage?

    • Mary-Alice says:

      No, I think she celebrates life and as a three times cancer survivor, I bet she has the right perspective. A friend of mine started dying her hair bright red once she had her cancer removed. She says she needs light and colours around her.

    • Maria A. says:

      That shade of pink washes her out. She should have gone with something redder or heck, even a blue bird shade of blue if she’s going to mess with color…or she could have just done what I do when I get bored: Some Clairol Nat. Inst. of a nice bright berry red and dump it on the top of my head (something I do in honor of Halloween and then again for the holiday season).

    • Blackcat says:

      I agree with you. I don’t care what age she is, it’s not a good look for her. I think they’re are few who can pull off this blue, pink and/or gray color bit.
      Actually can’t think of anybody. At this stage in the game it’s no longer avant garde just tired.

  2. Amy says:

    Skarsgard was there. He’s in the background of some pictures of Alexa, and there were pics of just him from yesterday.

    Sam and Aaron look like idiots.

    • GlimmerBunny says:

      Yep, the Viking attended with Alexa, wearing terrible cutoffs :(

    • Truthful says:

      He likes them extra skinny doesn’t he? Like extra extra (she looks like a brunette bos)

      • GEM says:

        It’s gross and disturbing. It’s like he’s only attracted to women with eating disorders.

      • Amy says:

        What’s gross and disturbing is you judging and diagnosing people you don’t know and will never know over the Internet.

      • Franca says:

        He has a type. Oh the horror.

      • GEM says:

        @Amy, Skarsgard defender. Why don’t you google some pics of Kate Bosworth & Alexa Chung showing their natural weight vs how they look now.

      • FLORC says:

        It is a bit not great AS has gone for the scary low weights. And not the natural figures of these ladies. I think Kate later admitted she took it too far.
        And Chung is huge “thinspiration” and hasn’t addressed that as being a bad thing. And she has been confronted with that before.
        Her career took off when she lost weight. And ages ago there was the open secret her diet was champagne and coke. No matter how you look at it. Chung had a healthy weight, but she’s not a healthy thin here. Her legs lack in any muscle that isn’t in use just to keep her upright.

        So, it’s not out there to make that comment. Just like Orlando Bloom. He only goes for extremely thin girls.

      • Marie Alexis says:

        If it’s gross and disturbing to discuss celebs we don’t know….gossip sites, and most certainly their comment sections, would eventually cease to exist.

      • ell says:

        no. what’s gross and disturbing is calling women with (possibly) an eating disorder “gross and disturbing”. you lot do realise it’s an actual mental illness, right?

      • justagirl says:

        I took the original “gross and disturbing” comment to refer to him liking women extra extra skinny, that his apparent preference for women with eating disorders is disturbing….either he specifically chooses/preys on women who have insecurities/issues, or he manages to create insecurities in women such that they over-diet. If he is doing either of those, it definitely would be gross & disturbing of him, predatory & controlling.

      • FLORC says:

        You’ve misread. The women are not called gross and disturbing. Skarsgards attraction to only those who apear to be very much emaciated and suffering from the disorders gross and disturbing.

  3. Sarah says:

    The only thing hot about Sam is her arm accessory, Aaron. And yes, they are creepy to me. Perhaps Cressida’s romper has snaps in the crotch like a real baby romper? LOL!

    • Pandy says:

      Ha ha good one! I like pink hair but I don’t think it’s helping her. I’m sure she’s a lovely lady but she’s not very attractive – at least not in photographs.

  4. kri says:

    Wrong shade of pink, Sam. She looks awful. Adele is so beautiful, though.

    • Kiddo says:

      Oof, that color makes her overall appearance harsher and ages her, when her intent was to look young, hip and cool..I’m guessing.

      • AntiSocialButterfly says:

        Yes! I came to comment on how it ages her. Yikes. Wondering also if this could be a response to recent negative comments about the age difference after her spouse’s last preposterous interview.

      • Ash says:

        The pink hair makes her look older, unfortunately, and I’m sure that’s not the look she was going for.

    • Belle Epoch says:

      TERRIBLE. Tragic. Try-hard. Not a naturally beautiful woman and getting old for silly hair.

      • Joy says:

        Somehow the pink ages her. It doesn’t complement her in any way.

      • khaveman says:

        His outfit is so overdone/overthought. The hair would have been cuter another color I think. It fights with her skin tone. He’s one handsome individual.

    • sills says:

      Agree, this ages her. And she’s my aspirational 48, as in I hope to look as young, fresh, and fit as her at that age (esp after three kids and cancer!)… please go back to blonde, Sam

  5. Snazzy says:

    That pink hair is terrible

  6. Lara K says:

    Meh. I think it highlights her wrinkles, but I’m also all for personal expression.

  7. Esmom says:

    Two words: try hard. Sorry.

  8. Beth No. 2 says:

    Glastonbury pictures always make me want to take a hot bath and have sand-blasting treatment on my skin.

  9. Jayna says:

    Hipster fail. Not flattering at all on her skin tone.

  10. Lodi says:

    I’m 48. I have pink hair. It’s amazing. I’m a server and have to wear a white button-down shirt and black pants. I look like a private school boy. My hair describes and defines me. It makes people happy! It makes ME happy! PINK rules!!! I refuse to look or act my age and i will work it and my Cat Lady identity 4-Evah!!!

    • jinni says:

      Adults can wear unnatural hair colors, it’s just that this dye job makes her look even worst than normal. It looks like it’s fading and needs t be redone. If your pink hair is anything like P!NK the singer’s hair was when she first came out than I’m sure you look great with it.

    • insomniac says:

      Rock on! I dyed my hair purple last fall when I was 45. I’m sure people sneered at me behind my back too, but I loved it.

    • Samtha says:

      Thumbs up from another cat lady. :) Do you bleach your hair first to get the pink to stay in? I’ve been dying to put some purple streaks in mine, but I’m paranoid about bleaching it.

    • Wren says:

      I have no problems with pink or any other color hair. It’s just that hers looks washed out and fried, which is a bad look on anyone no matter the age. You gotta keep up the maintenance on colored hair. I’d love to dye my hair crazy colors but I can’t handle the time (and money) investment to keep it looking good.

    • Aren says:

      I’m an aspiring cat lady and I love colorful hair.
      But, it would be tragic if at 48 I was trying so hard to act young instead of being an awesome 48 year old.

    • littlemissnaughty says:

      It’s like mini skirts or daisy dukes. People say don’t wear them if you’re 40+ and I think it’s bull. Do whatever you like, don’t listen to these ridiculous rules society makes up and especially if you’re a woman.

      I think I’m the only one who thinks she looks less like a hipster idiot than he does? He looks like he’s wearing a costume, she just looks chill.

    • Kitten says:

      Do your thing, woman!


      A full-on crazy cat lady

  11. InvaderTak says:

    The pink hair just looks half arsed. A better shade would do wonders.

    And I don’t want to think about how to drunkenly pee in a romper.

  12. Tracy says:

    The color of Sam’s hair is all wrong for her. Pale pink, like pale purple (think Kelly Osbourne’s “dirty cobweb” hair, yeeeech), just fades you out and ages you. If you’re going to do pink, do a strong colored version. Or, better yet, get over the fact that you’re 48…

  13. boredblond says:

    Forget the pink and slather on some serious repair goo..that hair looks like it’s suffered a lot of damage over the years. Love Adele as a blond..looks great

    • jinni says:

      Yeah, her hair looks like a worn out yarn mop that’s just been used to clean strawberry milk off the floor. Not a good look at all.

  14. ISee says:

    Adele can be seen driving around South Kensington in her convertible sports car as soon as the sun comes out. Combine her with regular sightings of Cara Del-whatsit (chain smoking and crying at that Belle Italia on Old Brompton Road) and you got yourself a celebrity party.

  15. GlimmerBunny says:

    Cressida’s romper is actually a top and shorts, so peeing probably wasn’t a problem for her.
    And I SO WANNA GO TO GLASTONBURY! Next summer hopefully <3

    • bellenola says:

      Go to Glastonbury anytime, its a wonderful place. :)

      • Reeely?? says:

        Yes to Glastonbury, my spiritual home. Alas the pink looks try hard on Sam. She’s been so basic for years, it’s not a fit somehow.

  16. Franca says:

    Adele looks beautiful. But when did she have bright red hair?

    I’m I the only one who loves Alexa Chung? I think she’s beautiful and find her very witty and charming in interviews. And her style is great, but I hate this dress, it’s not really for Glasto. And she should get back to having a fringe.

    Cressida and Suki look awful.

    Are Hunter wellies the only brand posh hip celebs are allowed to wear?

    • ell says:

      I love alexa too, and I also find her funny and I love she doesn’t take herself seriously at all. I have no idea why people dislike her.

    • Amy says:

      I love her, she’s hilarious and I’m forever sad that her MTV show got canceled cause she had no problem being sarcastic as hell with the people that were on it. People who hate her seem to only do it because she’s skinny and she does fashion stuff *gasp*

      • ell says:

        the skinny hate is the worst (and there’s some in this thread already smh). I will never understand why skinny and overweight women attract so much disdain, there could be TONS of reasons as to why someone is at a certain weight.

      • FLORC says:

        Personally I found her as a show host grating. Her voice, her attitude. Didn’t work for me.
        Very True! Though, in Chung’s case it’s no secret how she lost the weight from a healthy frame. It’s not about how large or thin someone is because of medical, genetic, other circumstances. It’s when someone does it in an unhealthy way. That behavior and new look should not be praised. Chung has made a career on being very thin. I think for many that’s where the dislike comes from. Mine though more from her personality and lack of much else.
        This isn’t to mock people because they’re thin naturally or large naturally. Not at all.

    • Mary-Alice says:

      No, we all wore Hunters when when I was in England. They are British, they are sturdy, they do the job and are super comfy. It was not in England where the poshovisation of the Hunter wellies began.

  17. sofia says:

    “How does one use the port-o-potty when one is drunk off one’s ass and wearing a romper?” I asked myself the exact same question in a new year’s party. It was too late for me. But I remember it was cold and that there was no light in the bathroom. Thank god for cell phone’s light. Never again though.

    • Franca says:

      There was a woman at Glastonbury a few years ago who got drunk, went to vomit but fell face first into a port-o-potty.

      • sofia says:

        Did the romper play a part in it or it was just alcohol? ^_^

      • Franca says:

        Unfortunately, I don’t know all the specifics :D

      • sofia says:

        hahaha I can say that although I was probably really lucky, never anything memorable happened to me in a port-o-potty. Or maybe I just don’t remember:D

      • Cindy says:

        nooooooooo!!!!!….I hate port-o-pottys, or more accurately they terrify me. I will pee in a bush or on myself (kidding, sorta) before I’ll get in one of those. God, how did they get her out? jesus, could a person drown in one? That don’t make them that deep do they?

  18. Norman Bates' Mother says:

    No one ever looks good in that shade of pink. If I envy someone’s hair – it’s Aaron’s. Alexa Chung might look sort of pretty in this dress, but it’s only slightly more suitable for Glastonbury than Cressida’s romper or Sam’s onesie. One might be able to use the port-o-potty in it, but how does one jump, sing and enjoy the festival, when drunk off one’s ass and wearing a dress that turns into a shirt exposing one’s bottocks with a slight wave of one’s arms? I won’t even start on Suki’s (still somehow) white shoes and socks.

  19. ell says:

    I don’t like this thing of telling women past a certain age what they can and cannot wear; if they’re happy it’s all that matters.

    it’s the things she does that put me off her, not the way she styles herself.

  20. Christina says:

    Wow these are harsh comments over having a little hair color fun. I’m in my 30s and have the “cobweb” purple hair (as a previous poster to eloquently put it) and it doesn’t age me. It’s fun. Just because I’m not 21 doesn’t mean I can’t have fun with my looks. I hope I’m 80 and still playing with colors. Sheesh.

    Also, I don’t think their age difference is a big deal at all. They are very loving and committed to each other and their family and that is very special. It’s certainly very functional so what’s with all the judgy snobby comments. Again. Sheesh.

    • Franca says:

      I think the judgy comments are more due to the fact that he was 18 when they got together, not because she’s so much older.

      • ell says:

        and also that it’s double standards. go to any of the older guys/younger women threads and you’d see the comments about younger women dating older guys i.e. they’re shallow, they’re doing it just for money, etc. and these are women in their mid to late 20s, not some 17 year old like aaron was.

        i don’t have an issue with age differences in the slightest, I do have issues with adults taking advantage of teen agers though.

      • Aren says:

        And wasn’t he like 15 when they met? That’s sick no matter the gender.

      • Ashling says:

        He was underage when they met, his boss, and she had kids with him immediately. Sorry, I will forever think she manipulated that situation.

    • Samtha says:

      Thank you! While people have the right (of course) to be uncomfortable with the age difference, none of us know the inner workings of their relationship or what happened when they initially got together.

      • FLORC says:

        Thing is we do know. They’ve over shared directly in interviews and social media. From his advances to her shying away to their 1st kiss and details of that too. And their family/home life dynamic. The point is we know quite a lot more about the inner workings of this couple from the moment they met to now.

    • Mary-Alice says:


  21. cait says:

    I think it looks fine, and am annoyed by all of the “too old for pink hair.” Like when you hit a certain age you’re suddenly a different, more conservative person. I don’t know much about her, but if that’s the color hair she wants, why does anyone else care? If anything, the older I get, the less I GAF what anyone else thinks. Also, when older women, like in their 70s look flamboyant, everyone loves it, but between 35-70 we’re all expected to become cookie-cutter, “midde-aged” crones? No way. I’ m gonna rock whatever the hell I want ALWAYS, and if other people don’t approve, all the better.

    • paranormalgirl says:

      She’s not too old for pink hair, it’s the shade of pink that is doing her no favors and ages her. She would look fine with a more vibrant pink.

      **I flipped when I couldn’t see my picture. I think I typoed my email address.**

    • sills says:

      Yes, when I say “it ages her” I mean it ages everyone (see also Kelly Osbourne’s pale lavender)… It’s way too light, calls to mind those granny rinses that veer to pale blue/pink. Go for a bold darker pink and it looks fun and flashy.

  22. Sixer says:

    I think you are right, Kaiser: “Suki Waterhouse makes me think that Glastonbury is just a posher, muddier Coachella.”

    According to the Guardian and Twitter, Glasto and its branded wellies crowd is 74% Tory!

  23. WinonaRyder says:

    Sam is just an unattractive woman, regardless of her styling. I think Aaron must have mama issues, some sort of Oedipus syndrome.

    • sofia says:

      Why? Because the worth of a women is measured by how physically attractive she is?

      • MeloMelo says:

        Reading his interviews it looks like he was looking for a mother figure, not a lover. It’s why this relationship feels wrong to a lot of us, even when we try to ignore the age difference.

      • WinonaRyder says:

        I said nothing about a woman’s worth. I merely stated the truth about her looks. She is unattractive. She may be a lot of other things too, but she remains bad-looking.

      • FLORC says:

        I got that too. He didn’t like his family life and ran from that. It wouldn’t be a stretch to think Oedipus. And the way he spoke of her and what he found attractive was all because of her maternal skills. Little unsettling given all we know.

        Nothing was said of her worth. I think you’ve misread or inserted too much into the comment. Maybe replied to the wrong one?

    • Mary-Alice says:

      Attractiveness by definition is not equal to beauty. Personality can make someone attractive, charisma even more while beauty is the expression of certain symmetry and harmony physically. I think you can not have any idea of her attractiveness unless you know her personally. Tobe attracted to someone means to like them for whatever reason.

      • WinonaRyder says:

        I was being polite by using the word “unattractive” rather than “ugly”. Your post shows you agree that she is not good looking, if you’re using the “she must have a great personality” trope.

  24. Christina says:

    18. Legal. Who cares. He was interested in her too. She’s intelligent and talented. Maybe not everyone cares about superficial stuff. I still think it’s ridiculous. This isn’t some Kylie Tyga situation where she knew him since he was a young teen. They are both adults and have a very functioning relationship from what we know and he seems to be a very happy and involved father. I just see nothing wrong here and so many judgy comments because it makes you uncomfortable (and even more so because people don’t find her to be physically attractive enough for him? Oh come on)?

    • ell says:

      he wasn’t 18, he was 17 which fine it’s still legal BUT she was his director, so it wasn’t exactly an equal relationship.

      also, would you say the same if it was the reverse (younger woman/older man)? that’s what gets to me. is it because we think of boys as people who don’t need to be protected from manipulating adults, while girls do? it’s such crap. a 17 year old is a young adult yes, but he’s still very much a boy who needs to grow still. I think what she did is selfish and unfair, and sooner or later it will bite both of them in the arse.

      • sofia says:

        “he’s still very much a boy who needs to grow still” I could apply that sentence to many 40 year olds. Age plays a part but not everybody grows in the same way at the same time. People’s dynamics aren’t at all obvious. Whatever they have, it must be working and therefore I don’t really understand all the cynicism. And this bothers because with boys or girls, we always expect the worst of it without really knowing how they relate to one another.

      • ell says:

        would you say the same if it were a 17 year old girl and a 40 year old man? somehow I doubt it.

        and yes, people’s personal growth can differ regardless of their age, but the brain of 17 year old isn’t even fully developed yet. this is an actual fact. again, I have nothing against age gaps no matter the gender, as long as we’re talking adults i.e. the youngest person being at least 21/22, so with a completely developed brain and at least some life experience.

      • sofia says:

        I just give them the benefit of doubt even if it bothers because I know that I just don’t know enough about them. I’m not a close friend. I do know a couple where she is about 23 years younger (19 when got together) than him and he isn’t even charming/handsome and I was a teen when they got together. They have kids now and are together for longer than many others who have less of an age difference. To make matters “Worse” she looks so much younger than she is. What do they talk about? I don’t know, but it works. Who am I to question it? One thing is to be really cynical in the beginning and I get that, but now I’m not anymore. Time proved me that relationships don’t have to be by the book to work.

    • paranormalgirl says:

      But would you feel the same way if it was your son who got involved with a woman your age? Sorry, I wouldn’t be OK with it. Not when he was still so young.

      • Mary-Alice says:

        In the 21st century I don’t consider myself in a position to dictate who my child will be dating. Furthermore, I’m pretty sure than attempting such an authoritative approach will have exactly the opposite result of what you seem to desire, i.e. to control your children’s lives. You cannot.

  25. FingerBinger says:

    Sam looks like Aaron’s mother.

  26. Tiffany says:

    I thought Suki was Sienna Miller.

    Sam’s hair would have been fine if it was pink extensions or streaks. The hair looks lazy. That is why I think it looks bad.

    • FLORC says:

      The hair looks cheap and damaged from the color streaking. I think that plays a large part in how terrible it looks.

  27. shannon says:

    I personally don’t believe that relationships can work in the long run when there is an age difference this large. That said, it’s refreshing to look at Sam and Aaron as opposed to Bradley Cooper and his 18 year old girlfriends, not the mention all of the other old coots dating women half of their age.

    • ell says:

      bcoop current gf is well il her late 20s though.

    • chaine says:

      I agree. A few more years, it will be like Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher all over again, except with more heartache because kids are involved.

  28. Josefa says:

    Funky colored hair looks good on some women. Sam is not one of them.

  29. Christina says:

    I think it depends on the situation. I wouldn’t even think 17 year old Kylie and 25 year old Tyga would be weird if he didn’t meet her when she was like 12 or 13. Do I think getting married so young works for majority? No. But it doesn’t mean there aren’t outliers who can be perfectly functioning and happy. I was taking care of myself by the time I was 16, then had my first serious relationship when if just turned 18 and my bf was 25. It was one of my better pairings.

    I just think there’s the status quo and yeah 18 and 37 is odd, and then there are the outliers who make it work and that is fine.

    Like I said, they seem to be functioning like a healthy couple and family and I just can’t find a way to hate on that.

    • ell says:

      25 and 40 is quite different though! I’m 25, and I’m nowhere the situation sam taylor was in when she met aaron i.e. divorced with 2 kids.

  30. Gabriella says:

    My mom dyes her hair blue and I assure you, she’s not trying to read as 20. It’s just fun!

    • Samihami says:

      I’m 50 and I like putting different colored streaks in my hair. I’m not trying to look younger; it’s just something I like to do.

  31. Algernon says:

    I hate the idea that women become “too old” to look the way they want to look. I currently have very long hair (growing it so I can do a proper Gibson girl hairdo for my brother’s Downton Abbey themed wedding, do not get me started on theme weddings), and my mom keeps saying how she wants to have long hair again, but she’s “too old” for it, so she keeps her hair in a bob. Likewise, I was getting a consult recently for a new tattoo and one of my guy’s co-workers (total stuffed shirt bureaucrat, do not care about his opinion at all) asked, quite snidely, if I wasn’t “too old” to be getting tattoos. Never mind that my guy is pushing 40 and has twice as many tattoos as me, several of which he’s acquired in the last couple years.

    So rock on with your pink hair, Sam. Although maybe consider a darker shade pink, as that particular shade is washing you out.

    • korra says:

      This so much. It’s so freaking exhausting. Hey guess what the other day I saw a woman on the train. Purple jacket, purple phone, purple shoes, purple shirt, AND purple hair. She totally rocked it and looked so damn adorable to boot. And she was old. People can suck it.

  32. Betti says:

    I like pink hair but not sure this particular shade suits her skin tone – maybe if it was a bit paler. She and Aaron give me hope that there are mature younger guys out there.

  33. Katie says:

    Try hard for sure. She trying to look young enough not to be creepy with her barely more than teenaged husband.

  34. Tacos and TV says:

    That hair is a mess. Yuck

  35. G says:

    Suki and Alexa are like ‘where is the pap so i can do my catwalk’

  36. perplexed says:

    I don’t have a strong opinion on the pink hair (I’m not opposed to it on older women), but maybe she wanted to avoid being confused for his mom among people who don’t know who they are if she suddenly changed the hair colour for this particular festival. I assume Glastonbury is rolling with younger people.

    But again I don’t really have an opinion on the hair colour itself. I think older women look fine with funky colours.

  37. MadMenluv says:

    Can anyone tell me who this Sam Taylor whatever person is? I have seen her name here before but I have no idea who she is and why she’s on here…plus she’s not very attractive and the pink hair makes it look worse…

  38. Msmlnp says:

    Once, my white labradoodle got “skunked” and I gave her a tomato juice bath which turned her pink.

    Sam reminds me of that, Tragic and not cute or hip. Looks like a sad, shaggy, pink poodle.

  39. Moxie Remon says:

    The problem isn’t the color, the problem is tgat it doesn’t suit her. Much like Johnny Depp, she’s for sure having a huge midlife crisis.

  40. MyHiddles says:

    Mutton dressed as lamb.

  41. Denise says:

    I don’t find Aaron hot. I think they’re fine as a couple because they seem happy and genuinely so, which can’t really be said for any other celeb couple I can think of.

    • FLORC says:

      Dax and Kristen. Neil Patrick Harris and his husband. Kevin Bacon and his wife. Those are just off the top.
      I’ll give a strong side eye to anyone who feels they must constantly talk about their relationship in the press. Like it isn’t enough to just be hapy with eachother. You have to broadcast details. Couples i’ve lisited are very low key about their private lives

  42. bored_01 says:

    I kind of like the pastel pink.

  43. Late to this post, didn’t see it earlier, I’m fine with Sam & Aaron’s relationship, but the pink hair washes her out.

  44. Mario says:

    It won’t last he’s only using her until he is established enough to dump her and hook up with younger women. Her hair makes her look desperate to look young.

  45. KinChicago says:

    Can I add something? I’m 35, in an incredibly conservative profession and have wished to dye my hair a crazy bright color for YEARS.
    It won’t happen until I am old and retired though, because pink or blue hair wouldn’t be respected.
    One day… And it won’t be because I wish I were 20 but for my own amusement!

  46. miraclemama says:

    I just want to know what she mixes in his breakfast bowl every morning, ’cause I just don’t see it. at all! maybe it’s mean but at least Demi Moore was still hot when she hooked up with Ashton, but this… yikes! also, if my son told me he was hooking up with a woman twice his age I’d have a talk with her. sorry! said being said, I hope I’m wrong and they make it.