Comparing the Beauty of SM's Older and New Generation Goddesses SES Eugene and SNSD Tiffany
By Staff Writer | June 30, 2012 01:09 AM EDT
On June 28th, countless celebrities walk along the blue carpet of Mnet 20's Choice Awards , hoping to claim the title as of 'Hottest star of the day'.
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Amidst the 'Hot' stars of today, SES Eugene and SNSD Tiffany stood out in particular because of their resemblance. Both girls had long straight hair pulled to one side, wearing long bright dresses, giving off similar vibes. With their vibrant dress colors, both kept their accessories simple.
Eugene showed no sign of 'a married woman' as she came on the blue carpet looking just as youthful and beautiful as her days in SES. Both Eugene and Tiffany shined their beauty, allowing them to take home the fan-given titles as SM goddesses.
20's Choice is a summer event that addresses the hot 'icons' and culture of people in their twenties. It stands for "finding new things to challenge yourself with and letting your voice be heard." Their presented awards in sports, style, and a variety of other interesting topics at the awards.
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