Is This The New It-Pose?

11/06/2006 at 01:00 PM ET

Many stars have cultivated a favorite red carpet pose — Lindsey Lohan tends to blow kisses or give a peace sign, for example — but the newest pose seems more shared than signature. Emmy Rossum, Christina Aguilera, and Jessica Simpson have all been spotted kicking up a heel recently. Part cutesy, part 50-s pinup, part Rockettes, the pose is a definitely boon for shoemakers everywhere — check out the views of the girls’ glam heels! We think these stars look sweet and charming, but tell us: Do you get a kick out of this pose?

To see more red carpet trends in Off The Rack, click here.

Photo: Bill Davila/startraks; Jason Merritt/FilmMagic; AXELLE/BAUER-GRIFFIN

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Nunya on

If this is the new pose then someone kick me. It’s just as bad as the hand on the hip leaning with the other hand on the thigh pose.

Very amateurish.

Hannah on

Duff, and Simpsin look kinda, sorta, STUPID!!!! Jessica;s lips are so fat and shes always gotta stick em out.

crystal on

I think that they look like flamingos.

Jamie on

i agree.. it looks weird.. i dont understand why they dont just stand there.. they can switch it up every once in a while but not everyone should do the same pose.. it looks poser-ish.. \\//

Melissa on


Diana on

that one girl on the left looks like her head got twisted around too far … or that she got in a car accident and got stuck like that or something. It just looks unnatural.

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