Video Review: The Cover Girls “Wishing On A Star”

Lit in a white light, Michelle performs against an electric blue curtain.

In black-and-white, Evelyn, with her back turned, runs her hand through her hair.

On a screen, Michelle, Evelyn, and Caroline perform on stage, wearing white gowns.

Against a black background, Evelyn folds her arms. Wearing white gowns, they perform.

Wearing a striped bra top and jacket, Michelle sings by the electric blue curtain.

In black-and-white, Evelyn looks up. She touches her body.

Against a black background, Evelyn and Caroline stand next together.

They sing by a lavender wall.

With a blush pink curtain hanging on the wall, they sit on an aqua couch.

While a white curtain hangs on the wall, they perform in the room, wearing their white gowns.

They continue to sing on the monitor.

Rating: 2.5/5

Michelle reads a fashion magazine and bends the pages of the outfits she likes. She hands them to the stylist and says it’s the look she wants. Evelyn isn’t sure she’ll be able to pull off the beehive. Michelle says it’s vintage glamour. Caroline suggests they aren’t the same people they were in the 80s and have grown up. She says she’s interested in photography now and visits a gallery at least once a week.

Caroline approvals the black-and-white photographs. She says she’d like it added to their promotional material. Michelle says the bright white light photographs pop out immediately, though. The marketing team says they’ll decide between the two and choose the best one.

Evelyn says she received a call from management. None of the photographs were approved. It was over the budget. They have to make do with what they have. Michelle rubs her forehead and slams the magazine on the table. Caroline walks away. Evelyn sits on the chair and puts her hand on her cheek.

Director: N/A Year: 1992

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kmmV60P5wgo

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Pam Avoledo spends her time binge-watching classic teen dramas and stands firm in her pro-Leyton stance. She also received her journalism degree in 2006 from Oakland University and has been published in the White Wall Review.

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