My mother always said: life is all about your attitude. Through the good times and the bad, have a good one. Aunt Becky doesn’t have the same mom as me, but she may have heard the same wise words from her mother at some point in her life:
SOURCE-Actress Lori Loughlin was all smiles as she headed into court on Wednesday — then turned on the star power inside as she shook hands with the prosecutors seeking to convict her in the $25 million college-admissions scam.
Loughlin and her husband and co-defendant, fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, arrived with lawyers and at least one bodyguard about 30 minutes ahead of their scheduled appearances in Boston federal court.
Asked how she was holding up, the fired “Full House” and “Fuller House” actress told The Post, “I’m great!”
While the entire country acts like Aunt Becky murdered thousands of people, she is all smiles. That’s what it’s all about. Think she gives a fuck about what a random blue check mark thinks about her on Twitter? Nope. She’s out here signing autographs:
Look at her:
I’d marry her tomorrow. All time smokeshow.
The fans love her!
Aunt Becky knows law #6: court attention at all costs. All attention is good attention.
Inside the courtroom, Loughlin, 53, flashed a 1,000-watt smile as she approached the prosecution table and shook hands with each of the four feds handling her case.
Work that charm, Lori!!!! WORK ITTTT!!!
Another defendant, former “Desperate Housewives” star Felicity Huffman, was far less ebullient when she arrived around 11 a.m. for the 2:30 p.m. hearing — without her husband, “Shameless” star William H. Macy.
Instead, a grim-looking Huffman walked up holding hands with her older brother, Moore Huffman Jr., and ignored questions.
Seems like Felicity could learn a thing or two about handling a college admissions scandal from Aunt Becky.