She would have done us all a favour if she'd turned up and spoken at the Press conference, instead of leaving it to her cool, lantern-jawed
fiance, who must genuinely be nerveless if he can go out and race today after what happened.
I'd absent-mindedly called him 'Greg Kinnear' instead, referencing the American actor whose lantern-jawed
, bequiffed blond countenance couldn't be more dissimilar to Kinnear Jr's.
The show itself, however, wasn't very good, the two bland, lantern-jawed
leads competing with their android Roboz (quickly knocked together by the prop department from an old shop mannequin and some fish slices for arms if you ask us) as to who could act the least mechanically.
In spite of the fact they are coached by a lantern-jawed
Italian defensive grandmaster, England are commendably committed to going forward - as they reminded us during an entertaining and open dress rehearsal against Mexico.
'You know how it is,' Abe Beynon's lantern-jawed
undertaker's face was wet-lipped and evasive.
But it's the surrounding characters who give the film its special comic flavor, from Francois Claviers lantern-jawed
cop who pops up in the most unlikely places, to Armand's boss, played by Pascal Aubert, who casually asks his employee for a very special favor.
But the lantern-jawed
Londoner isn't letting the adulation go to his head.
Big thanks to lantern-jawed
attention-junkiePaul Burrell for telling us that the Queen likes to do a ``hilarious'' Scouse accent to amuse her courtiers when visiting the Pool.
Do you see lantern-jawed
men in crisp white shirts and mourning suits sweeping svelte-like young maidens in silk dresses up off their feet as champagne corks and confetti rain down?
James Van Der Beek makes up for lost time after his squeaky-clean run in Dawson's Creek by indulging in three kinds of on-screen sex - gay, straight and solo.
Fairbrass, who played lantern-jawed
bruiser Dan Sullivan in EastEnders, says: "I had family who belonged to the underworld when I was growing up in London.
You'd be unwise to say that to Kurt Russell's bestubbled, lantern-jawed
face however, his Snake Plissken being the baddest, botty-kicking, take-noprisoners type anti-hero since, oh, like forever.