I know I told you yesterday that I would love to raid SJP's closet, but unless I'd like to spend some serious time with Bertha and Big Momma behind bars, the likelihood of that happening is slim. I've had a huge fascination with Sarah ever since her Square Pegs days, but she officially entered the Tracy Hall of Fame when I saw her in Girls Just Want To Have Fun. My BFF Karen and I watched that movie at least once a weekend while we were in high school and I still stop whatever I am doing when it's on TBS now. Karen and I still quote from it constantly, "And I love to Dance" , and I still have my copy of the soundtrack -- it's a record. Obviously I'm psyched that Sarah's new clothing line hits stores on June 7th. And much like Madonna's H&M line, we'll be able to afford it! "It's a very different philosophy of shopping. It's the first and only time I've wanted to design," the actress told the new issue of Glamour. "It's a way of giving women without financial means access to good, simple, well-made clothes to feel proud of." Though unlike Madge's line, and some of the other recent celebrity designers, SJP's clothes are geared towards the everyday woman. "Madonna's line for H&M is extremely directional, provocative and sexy. I don't know J. Lo's line as well, but I know that it's much more trendy than Bitten. L.A.M.B. by Gwen Stefani is much more avant-garde, definitely high fashion. But I don't want to do that for women, because that's not really their lives." Thank you, Sarah, for getting it. And for being such and inspiration to me and Karen. Our backflips certainly would not be half as good today if it hadn't been for you and DTV.