Saturday, May 7, 2011

Brynne Edelsten - see behind the sequins

EVER since she wore that dramatic diamante bikini to the Brownlow Medal in 2009, Brynne Edelsten has become a firm fixture on the Australian social radar.

The 27-year-old Arizona native showed off her splashy style after marrying one of the nation’s most flamboyant sexagenarians in a $3m star-studded wedding bash at Melbourne's Crown Casino in November 2009.

Brynne waltzed down the aisle with Geoffrey, now 67, dripping in $500,000 worth of diamonds and even imported The Nanny’s Fran Drescher and Seinfeld’s Jason Alexander for MC duties.

Since then, Brynne’s celebrity status has well and truly eclipsed that of her husband - infamous for his excesses in life and in business as a medical entrepreneur.

She’s turned red carpet reporter for the Logies, delighted many with her unconventional wardrobe choices and has now landed a stint on Dancing with the Stars. Then there’s her aspirations to launch her own fashion line, develop a career in the media, and even become a mother....

But until that baby arrives, her Gucci-clad dog, Juddy - named after Carlton AFL captain, Chris Judd - is the focus of her attention.

The glamour girl, exclusively invited news.com.au’s cameras into the Melbourne love-nest she shares with her husband for a rare look behind the sequins.

VIDEO: Take a tour of the Edelsten residence in our video above.

The newlyweds have converted two double-storey apartments into one palatial pad, and recently bought the two matching apartments across the hall.

By the time they’ve finished renovating, the couple’s inner-city penthouse will be the largest residential apartment in Melbourne's CBD. But for now, the two vacant residences’ sole purpose seems to be to house Brynne’s generous collection of evening wear, hats and shoes.

A private lift, smoke machine, bowling alley and 46 plasmas are just some of the rest of the trappings of wealth enjoyed by the couple.

news.com.au

Another example of a mindless bimbo put on display by the mass media, as a pinnacle(?) of what exactly?

With no real contribution to society and the only claim to her material possessions is that they were bought by Mr. Edelsten.

A real role model to the impressionable children of the canon fodder or goyim (cattle).


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