Because I was just reading US Weekly (the issue with Tori Spelling on the cover) and I saw this photo in one of their style spreads (the "red carpet" fashion pages) (the theme was "Strapless Starlets")
And then I noticed that the caption at the bottom of the photo said that it was Jennifer Connelly. Check it out:
But this woman:
Simply isn't Jennifer Connelly:
Nothing against the woman pictured in US Weekly. The woman pictured in US Weekly looks like a lovely woman. She even looks a little bit like Jennifer Connelly. But she isn't the star of Opportunity Knocks. Not by a long shot. No way. Nada.
They are two different people. (And if I'm wrong, I'll eat Jennifer Aniston's third hand.) (What is it about women named Jennifer? I didn't even realize that Jennifer Connelly was named Jennifer until I mentioned the mystery of Jennifer Aniston's third hand and then I realized I must totally have this bizarre fixation/fascination with Jennifer related celebrity photo pseudo-scandals.)
Anyway, I understand that everyone makes mistakes, but I was surprised to see US Weekly mislabel a woman as "Jennifer Connelly" because celebrities are pretty much US Weekly's bread and butter and you'd think they would know who was who.
And this woman who is not Jennifer Connelly deserves to have her actual, real, correct name printed in the magazine, rather than have people look at her and think, "is that Jennifer Connelly, or isn't it?" which forces them to take a stand and post blog entries about how it definitely, absolutely isn't Jennifer Connelly, and then hope that it truly isn't, because what if it is and then said blogger looks like a tool? I mean, you know what I mean, US Weekly?
So who's that girl, world? Does anyone know? It's totally buggin' me. (Obviously.)