He’s precious, isn’t he? That’s Jordan Kay, and he’s the owner of Blushbooth, which allows wedding guests to dress up and be photographed in silly ways/poses at wedding receptions.
According to this, there was a Blushbooth at Ashley Judd’s husband’s cousin’s wedding this past week, and she positively delighted the crap out of Jordan Kay by posing for a bunch of silly photos at the wedding. He GUSHED about her, saying, “Ashley was brilliant. She was having a whale of a time and getting right into the spirit of things along with the other guests. She just got involved like everyone else. I even handed her a bunch of flowers and she was more than happy to stand and pose with them. Given that she is so famous and half of one of the most glamorous couples in showbiz, she was amazingly down to earth. Needless to say she is also extremely photogenic.”
Gag. He should check my archives. I’ll show him some photos of Ashley being anything but photogenic. In fact, I’ll pop one in at the end of this post.
ANYWAY. He made the mistake of releasing his photos to the press in the UK. Now, I’m not aware of any privacy agreement he had with the guests, or if he expressly gave up the rights to his photos when he shot them (maybe the KoaP knows how this stuff works), but in any case, SHE. IS. PISSED.
An innocent follower of hers tried to strike up an innocent conversation with Ashley about it, and this was the result:
Yeah – it was so tacky that she spent all sorts of time hamming it up in it. Again, see here and here. And I’m sure Jordan Kay will be SORELY MISSING her business, what with all of the events I’m SURE she was going to hire his tacky photo booth for in the future. GAWD.
People who were at the same wedding tweeted photos that Ashley was in that the world can also see. I’m wondering if they, too, will face her wrath.
I hope Jordan got some good money for those pictures. Enough to tell Ashley that “losing her business permanently” won’t be any skin off his back.