Lisa Edelstein made a sensational appearance in a black and white jumpsuit to a Bravo promotional event for her new television series "Girlfriends Guide To Divorce" in Los Angeles following the recent banning of the advertisement for the new show.
She is a woman who combines a great physique with incredible fashion style, superior acting range and a fun, boundary pushing personality. It might just be me but she seems like a woman who lives according to her own 'rulebook' and it makes her just that much interesting.
The 'banned' advertisement for her Bravo show "Girlfriends Guide to Divorce" shows a picture of her with her holding up her 'ring' finger instead of the middle finger with the caption "Go find yourself" and herself smiling in a white sleeveless dress.
When the advertisement was banned for "inappropriate content" she asked the question of "Why?" and stated that it was a "... a really simple, beautiful concept. It's challenging and it's uplifting" (The Wrap - November 13). Her words are similar to the mischievous girl in the classroom who causes and ruckus with a provocative statement and then says, "I was only asking a question or commenting on what I thought was a fact."
Lisa Edelstein knows how to help a show get attention and her comments show that she is very comfortable in the spotlight or in this case, as part of the line of fire.
Interestingly, by Bravo deciding not to create an alternative poster and letting it leak that the advertisement was banned by the New York Metropolitan Transit Authority and the private owners of the Los Angeles Malls 'The Grove' and 'The Americana at Brand' the interest in the show seems to have increased as television viewers who want to know why the advertisement has been banned and who is the star of the show.
I have a feeling that the viewers upon seeing Lisa Edelstein on the advertisement and the photos of her at her various promotional events for the show are not complaining at having to look at her and are taking notice of the December 2 airing.
Lisa Edelstein is back on television and looks ready to provoke many water-cooler discussions as she did when she helped make "House" a very, very popular television show.