brian-mcgee - November 16, 2017
Corey Hart definitely popularized the notion of wearing sunglasses at night with his 1984 classic "Sunglasses at Night," and it only took Paris Hilton 33 years to bring that look back in fashion. I must admit that I've never really understood the wearing of sunglasses at night, even if it is to see the light that's right before ones eyes.
I also would be remiss if I didn't point out Paris' clown suit she's wearing. What is that thing, straight out of the John Wayne Gacy collection? Jesus, what on earth is that and who told her she looked good in it? She looks like she just came from her first day of work at Hot Dog on a Stick. It's like something Jared Leto would wear to bed.
Anyways, Paris Hilton is back at it again, making things fashionable like wearing sunglasses at night and indoors. Well, I guess Jack Nicholson made the whole "wearing sunglasses indoors" thing cool, but if I had to pick between Paris Hilton and Corey Hart in the realm of which of them did more to popularize sunglasses at night, I'm picking Corey Hart, 99 times out of a hundred.
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