Several high profile Hollywood Actresses are upset that they were not invited to compete in a "smallest boobs" contest between Taylor Swift, Keira Knightley, and Rachel McAdams.
These "A" list women (in more ways than one) say that this competition is too big to pass up. "B" list actresses (and bra sized competitors) will have no place in this competition.
Stars such as Claire Danes, Juliet Lewis, Kate Hudson, and Parker Posey all say that there lack of endowment should more than qualify them to go up against the original three. Other, older stars such as Goldie Hawn, Nicolette Sheridan, JoBeth Williams, and Nastassia Kinski insist that there should be a "Cougar" division for them to compare and judge their boobs (even though gravity may have added a little).
Other starlets such as Demi Moore, Tara Reid, Victoria Beckham, Kelly Pickler, Britney Spears, and Diane Krueger insist that their boob jobs should not disqualify them. The feel that their "before" pictures are better than the real thing from the original trio.
The makers of the Wonderbra have agreed to sponsor the competition and HBO and Showtime are in a bidding war for the rights to televise it (though pay-per-view may win out).
Apparently, all is not smoke, mirrors, and silicon in the movie capital of the world.