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Apr 21, 2010

Ladies of the 80s Tournament - Round 2: Rae Dawn Chong (2) vs Vanity (3)

Previous results: In what was the closest matchup yet, Jennifer Connelly somehow topped Jamie Lee Curtis, 23-20, taking down the first number one seed of either tournament. All you J-Con voters are crazy, by the way, and clouded by your current perception of her. The force is not strong with you. Click here to view the updated full bracket.

Rae Dawn Chong


80s Highlights: Commando, The Color Purple, Soul Man, The Principal

Vanity


80s Highlights: Action Jackson, 52 Pick-Up, The Last Dragon


7 people have chosen wisely: on "Ladies of the 80s Tournament - Round 2: Rae Dawn Chong (2) vs Vanity (3)"

Nick said...

I really don't care either way on this one. I voted on looks, so I went with Vanity.

As for J-Con, I was basing it more off looks than resume. Resume, of course, would have been an automatic J-Curtis.

The Floating Red Couch said...

You klnow Rae Dawn is just getting by because of who her dad is right? *happy 420 [stoners are always late]*

Univarn said...

Honestly, not a big fan of either, but I'll go for Chong because Soul Man is absolutely classic (has a movie ever been more comically over the top racist?).

TheAnswerMVP2001 said...

Don't really care. Vanity she's so vain she probably thought this competition was about her... yes I done went lame on that comment.

JacksSmirkingRevenge said...

Really? Chong is going to advance 2rounds?
Bad seeding here.

Ms☆Go (dcmoviegirl) said...

*lol*!

*cheers!*

Thanks for repping the 80's black girls!

Ms☆Go (dcmoviegirl) said...

@Univarn

Soul Man was not racist. It depicted racism, in a totally cheesy 80's way of course, including song montage...but it wasn't racist.

There is a big difference between depicting racism and being racist, i.e. The Last Airbender, 10,000 BC.

Sadly, the one we could use more of (like BORAT, for example) is often vilified these days, while the other which actually *does harm* gets a pass.