The birthday girl for February 1 is Heather Morris.
I like Heather Morris on “Glee,” so I try to avoid discussing her red carpet style. But I guess it’s time to let it all out . . .
Morris can be a disaster on the red carpet because she doesn’t really seem to know whom she wants to be. My advice is take a page out of the Aquarian handbook and try to be that safe, all-American glamour icon that men want to be with and women want to be. It’s worked for Farrah Fawcett and Jennifer Aniston, and I can see it working for Morris. She’s got the body and a great head of hair, and she’s exceptionally likeable.
It would be simple for Morris to step into the role that Aniston is going to have to vacate soon; you can’t be America’s sweetheart when you’re in your forties. But the first thing she’s going to need to do is to find a look that resonates with the public. It hasn’t happened yet, but I have high hopes for the young performer.