i got my hands on minneapolis star tribune gossip columnist c.j.'s review of the previously mentioned botox party. if you click on the link, it's about halfway down, but if you want a shortcut (or to avoid registration), here's the short version:
"Care for some botox?
PR diva Stacy Bee threw herself a house-warming party billed as "Sex & the City" meets "Entourage" meets "Dr. 90210."
It wasn't as naughty as all that, as most of the action was above the neck with Dr. Mark Rawson of Aesthetics MD providing the Botox.
Somebody broke the news to the owner of EsBee PR, whose new home is super fab, that this was not the Twin Cities' first Botox party. Participation was not required, and the people who were partaking didn't want their names mentioned.
Khay Outhonsack wasn't really considering getting an injection, but she texted the "admirer" who had purchased the dress she was wearing to ask whether she should have the toxin injected into her face. "Botox is not necessary for someone who is already beautiful," Outhonsack's "admirer" texted in reply.
There was talk about me having my scowl relaxed. I declined on the grounds that I liked my scowl because it scares people.
Underwater Adventure's Todd Peterson, a client of EsBee's, wasn't trying to get me to buy into Botox.
"You need one of these," he said, tugging as something on a rawhide necklace. "It's a shark tooth."
Aren't we both too old for this, I asked the Osmond family look-alike?
"You're never too old for this when you own an aquarium," Peterson said.
When the party announcement came about Botox injections being available on the patio, Peterson said, "I'm going to need some wine for this."
Just when you thought there was no way to distinguish Peterson from the Osmonds, here are two: The Osmonds don't drink, and they probably don't attend Botox parties, either."