Katy Perry, Kim Kardashian or Salma Hayek: Who Wore Their Dirndl Best for Oktoberfest?

10/04/2010 at 01:15 PM ET

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It’s Oktoberfest in Germany and some of the sexiest–and bustiest!–stars got into the spirit over the weekend, suiting up in the traditional dirndl dress. Showing a public display of affection for Bavarian style, a bright-eyed Katy Perry donned a polka-dot dirndl for an appearance on the German variety show Wetten, dass…? in Munich on Saturday. Kim Kardashian also took her Bavarian beer girl role quite seriously, appropriately accessorizing her custom-made dirndl with pigtails and a pitcher of brew. She even took to her Twitter account to boast, “I love Germany! It’s Vonderful here!” But these A-listers weren’t the first to embrace the look. Two years ago, Salma Hayek donned the low-cut Bavarian dress, and almost exposed a little too much of her enviable assets, nearly missing a serious wardrobe malfunction during a performance on the German variety show. And while each brunette bombshell looked authentic in her dirndl, we can’t decide who wore her traditional dress best. Tell us: Who had the best Oktoberfest dress? Vote below! –Jessie Goldberg

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Katy, Kim or Salma: Who Wore Their Dirndl Best for Oktoberfest? – People Magazine » Kim Kardashian Superstar on

[...] Katy, Kim or Salma: Who Wore Their Dirndl Best for Oktoberfest?People MagazineKim Kardashian also took her Bavarian beer girl role quite seriously, appropriately accessorizing her custom-made dirndl with pigtails and a pitcher of brew … [...]

Jon on

Kim Kardashian definitely wore it best!

Celebs Get Dressed Up To Celebrate Oktoberfest | Tom Ford's Adopted Daughter on

[...] It’s that time of year again. International celebs like Kim Kardashian, Katy Perry, and Salma Hayek have all been dressed up in Drindles in Deutschland to celebrate Oktoberfest and promote their various projects in Germany. While Perry opted out of the pigtails, all three wore traditional Bavarian garb while visiting, which makes us think maybe we’re seeing a Halloween trend in the making. (People) [...]

jane on

Salma is not spanish,Salma Hayek is Mexican born of Iraqi decent.

HJ on

kim looks like an attention wh*re as usual. yawn.

Kim on

Kim K since she is the only one holding a beer!

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I think Kim, but this whole thing is ridiculous. Come on, only the natives or theatre actors should do this, not in real life, please! The celebrities are ruining the heritage! But please google imeanwhat for style tips, Paris and Milan Fashion week photos and more! imeanwhat

Lydia on

Unfortunately I have to give it to Kim.

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Ballmer Won’t Predict Windows Phone 7 Sales

Microsoft CEO says selling phones will be “job one” after new devices launch, but won’t forecast numbers.
By Paul McDougall
InformationWeek
A 4, 2010 04:08 H

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Having been recently burned in the mobile market, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is refusing to go out on a limb to predict how many devices based on the Windows Phone 7 operating system will be sold after they hit stores later this year.
“I don’t make forecasts,” said Ballmer, in an interview published Monday in The Wall Street Journal.

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“It’s partly how many we can get made, it’s partly how much we can—can not only build a great product, but how does the word of mouth work, how effective is the advertising we’ll do?” said Ballmer.

Ballmer also admitted that Microsoft “missed a cycle” in phone development due to R&D and execution problems. Ballmer, however, told the newspaper he’s confident Microsoft can make a comeback in the phone market. “Job one here will be selling a lot of phones, and if we sell a lot of phones, good things are going to happen,” said Ballmer.

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The debacle led Microsoft’s board to slash Ballmer’s bonus for the past fiscal year in half, according to financial documents the company filed last week with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Microsoft has confirmed it will formally launch Windows Phone 7 on Oct. 11, at an event in New York City.

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Balmy’s prediction

Comment by dbtinc Oct 4, 2010, 17:23 PM EDT
so he’s reluctant to venture a guess – kinda think that says it all. Steve – it’s the beginning of the end.

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The failure of Windows Phone 7 will be marked with silence
Comment by CIO Oct 4, 2010, 16:36 PM EDT

Balmy’s prediction
Comment by dbtinc Oct 4, 2010, 17:23 PM EDT
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