A Big Woman Made A Big Mistake

March 29, 2018 | celebrity | Elliot Wolf | 0 Comments

Chrissy Metz decided to come to the MTV Movie Awards as a used condom and it went exactly as how you would expect it would. Girth girl almost ruined Hugh Jackman’s suit when presenting the actor with an award. Apparently not only was her dress made completely from latex but for some reason there was lube on the dress as well. I’m not sure want kind of kinks Metz is into but if she’s going to mingle with the elite she’s going to need to leave the outfits that men on the internet pay to watch her eat in at home. She almost managed to get a healthy amount of KY jelly on Hugh’s suit but stopped him before he could go in for the friendly hug.

The red latex dress that the actress wore to the 2017 MTV Movie Awards had the lube on it, which almost stained the Logan actor’s suit while Chrissy presented him and Dafne Keenwith the award for Best On-Screen Duo. Chrissy recalled telling Jackman that she had the substance on her dress, saying, “And I was like, ‘It’s latex, and it’s lubed up, and I don’t want to get it on your suit.’ He’s like, ‘Right, right.'”

Jackman is probably the most restrained man on the planet. Most men would be beyond upset that a human ham hock almost ruined their Ralph Lauren Purple Label. I really thought Rebel Wilson satisfied the quota of inclusion when it came to extremely overweight women in Hollywood but obviously one wasn’t enough. Now no one knows how many more obese women will be giving out awards in dresses from Rainbow Shops lathered Crisco.

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