If you'd asked someone 20 years ago if the trashy, plucked-eyebrow, fake-tanned, gelled-hair, gold-chain wearing crowd would become a media sensation worth millions, they would have laughed at you. Those guys? The "Guidos" and the "Guidettes"? No way. Yet here we are, subjected almost daily to the exploits of the residents of Jersey Shore and the like. Mental giants like "The Situation" and "Snooki" - who thinks the ocean is salty due to whale sperm - and their obsession with the superficial (and a generally overwrought and trashy superficial at that) are now millionaires, enjoying the high life and influencing style. Some say that they are media darlings because we like to laugh at them, but who's really laughing? And is it any wonder that women will start to emulate the trash glam look - it is on tv, after all - thinking that it's what makes them 'hot'? Between Snooki and the Kardashian clan, it's no wonder women are rejecting notions of a fresh, natural look and decking themselves out in gaudy jewellery, gold shoes and a snotty attitude. Peyton was a good sport in helping us poke fun at this sub-culture, and expert as always in showing us that her true, natural beauty underneath is what's really "mint".