There’s a Blue Statue of FLOTUS?
The Tree Statue Made for FLOTUS
On the outskirts of Sevnica, Slovenia lies a mysterious towering object. At 26 feet tall, it’s seen by locals and tourists far and wide.
Engulfed in blue with chiseled angles lacking any similarity to a human being, some have likened it to a Smurf character. Others, however, see it for its true nature: a statue made in image of the first lady of the United States, Melania Trump.
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How can this be true?! Ask Brad Downey, the conceptual artist that designed this abstract piece of art. Downey hired Ales Zupevc, a local of the town, to chisel away. With a chainsaw in hand, Zupevc carved the statue out of a tree to honor Melania in her hometown.
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Do you recognize her outfit? It’s Melania’s inauguration gown!
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Despite such a creative dedication, Melania has yet to comment on the statue of herself. One theory for this may be the statue scares the living daylights out of her.
If you’re worried Donald might be feeling left out, don’t fret! He got a statue too. POTUS and FLOTUS will live on in infamy on the outskirts of Sevnica.
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Fun fact: In 2007, Ivanka was offered a spot on The Bachelorette!
In fact, she was ABC’s first choice for the show that year. Can you imagine??
In an interview with People Magazine, Ivanka said, “I’ve been offered tons of shows, (including) ‘The Bachelorette’. I’m flattered, but that in no way furthers my objective of being a great real estate developer.”
It’s a response we would’ve seen seen coming from miles away. The first daughter always puts hard work before anything else.
Ultra flashbacks – check out FLOTUS as an itty bitty human (before she was a whopping 5’11”).
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Melania in 1977 – second from right
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Melania in eighth grade – bottom, fourth from right