Saturday, July 2, 2011

Photos Of ' Ghost ' Princess Diana Downpour Of Criticism

Photos of Diana's 50-year-old is considered making the creeps, ridiculous. Do You Think? Photo ' ghost ' Princess Diana (CNN-Newsweek)

VIVAnews --latest Newsweek Cover sparked controversy. In computer engineering, plastered pictures of Princess Diana was walking side by side with his daughter-in-law, Kate Middleton. Diana, who died in the crash death in 1997, then in Paris, a 50-year-old is described as wearing a hat and use single sign-on dress in white.

Not just pictures, Newsweek's editor, Tina Brown also wrote a fictional story about the life of the Princess--if he had not killed along with her lover, Dodi Al Fayed. According to Tina, Diana would choose to stay in New York rather than United Kingdom, diligent botoks, have Facebook with millions of fans, was married twice, and sat in the front row, in addition, Victoria Beckham fashion gala in New York's Fashion Week.

Diana Edition was launched to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Diana's fall Friday 1 July 2011.

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Like loaded CNN, instead of compliment, Newsweek flooded criticism. Media Photo on the cover of the Telegraph called it ' menjijikan'dan pointing fingers Brown as ' grave robber '. Meanwhile, E! Online wrote an article titled ' Beware, bad taste ' to comment on the cover photo. The magazine also commented, ' Lady Jezebel ridiculous '.

Meanwhile, Lizzie Maning was questioned Brown about creativity in creating prose fiction about the life of Diana, which makes the skin crawl instead of staging. Criticism also delivered blog popular, Cafemom. "You put a photo of woman who died 14 years ago and made a story about her appearance, where she lives, what will he do, even brand clothes what he used--as he is still alive today," wrote Cafemom. "Senseless, a classmate of Newsweek magazine waste time creating such a thing."

Tina Brown is actually not new people in the world media. He previously was the editor of the New Yorker and founder of the Daily Beast. He is known for its sharp observations about the politics of the United Kingdom, its culture, as well as the culture of the United States.

Wednesday, June 29, 2011 yesterday Brown explains why he wrote the article, as well as the reason to do so. "I want to make Diana crawl time," he said.  "He's going to be incredible women at this time."

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