If so, then I'm sure you understand wanting an 80s pop star on your cake. Uh. Right?
For instance, how about the artist formerly - and now back to currently - known as Prince?
Yeah, he'd totally rock on a cake. Maybe for a birthday, bridal shower, or any nondescript "sexy" occasion, really.
(Say, what kind of cake is this again? Oh, that's right: it's filled with [singing] "RAS-pberry puree...")
Oh, sorry, Demi; that's Boy George. Well, I'm sure he'd be great on a cake, too.
How about a photo cake? Do you have "Faith" that would look better?
Wham I'm not sure that "wham" is appropriate in front of every wham sentence. Wham what do you think? Wham am I right?
And finally, I have to end with what is most certainly NOT a Wreck, so don't even bother trying to find fault with it:
Yep, THAT, my friends, is a David-Bowie-from-Labyrinth cake, aka quite possibly the Coolest Birthday Cake Ever. This thing is up there with the Darth Vader Baby Shower cake in my book. (Well, not the actual book. The figurative one.) Not only does it feature the Goblin King himself, it ALSO says - and with correct quotation marks, even - "You Remind Me of the Babe."
What babe, you ask? Why, the babe with the power.
This cake has renewed my faith in both the airbrush and future generations, so kudos to Maddy's parents for giving her a proper education in all things awesome.
Jenny M., Brian K., Anony M., & Lonny S, you have no power over me.
Related Wreckage: Guess Who!
UPDATE: So apparently, every one of you has seen Purple Rain and can tell that the first cake is actually supposed to be Epco...urm, Morris Day. And it turns out you are correct. Go figure. I'll leave it to Jen to decide how to adjust the post but in the meantime Sexy Morris up there is still giving me the stink eye so I'm still calling wreck. And yes, *sigh* we know George Michael was part of Wham! -john