Kim Kardashian’s Makeup Artist Mario Dedivanovic on Flour Bomb: She Doesn’t Want People to Feel Bad For Her
Not only was Mario there at the event, but he was the private room with Kim after she was shuffled off the red carpet.
“It was very surreal,” he tells Celebuzz.” “I think we were all in shock for a couple of minutes.” Although they were all pretty much beside themselves, “Kim brushed herself off quickly and was the first one to head back out there to her fragrance launch and charity event.”
Mario adds: “[Kim's] incredibly calm and not the type to want people to feel bad for her. She poked fun at herself about not needing anymore powder touchups for the night, which was pretty funny!”
Following the attack, word got around that PETA may be to blame (although they claim no responsibility). He Tweeted his disapproval:
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) – shame on you for acting like animals and resorting to non-ethical behavior and violence.
— Mario Dedivanovic (@MakeupByMario) March 23, 2012