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Here’s video of Christina Fallin’s weird photoshoot at the Governor’s Mansion…

Christina Fallin is having a good summer.

Back in June, she married her hipster love at a romantic wedding ceremony in Ireland. Now she has been honored with the title of “August Girl of the Month” for some magazine called Douche Bag Twenty Something.

Of course, to accompany this prestigious accolade by a four-month old publication that no one has heard of, Christina posed for a photoshoot at the Governor’s Mansion. The magazine posted a video montage of the shoot on YouTube. Oops.

From the Tulsa World:

OKLAHOMA CITY – Gov. Mary Fallin did not give advance approval for a photo shoot involving her adult daughter, Christina Fallin, at the Governor’s Mansion, her office said Tuesday.

A video of the photo shoot, which was posted online but was removed Tuesday, shows Christina Fallin, 24, in fashionable attire, including some revealing outfits.

“The governor was not at the mansion during the photo shoot, nor was she or any member of her staff asked to approve the photo shoot on mansion grounds or informed of the details,” said Alex Weintz, a spokesman for the governor.

“Photo shoots and press events at the mansion are generally cleared on a case-by-case basis by the governor’s press office. This one fell outside of the normal operating procedure.”

A situation such as this photo shoot has never come up before, Weintz said, adding that a policy is not in place for members of the governor’s family who have access to the mansion.

Weintz said the Governor’s Office and Christina Fallin hope to work more closely in the future.

Asked whether the photo shoot would have been approved had the governor’s daughter sought permission, Weintz responded that that “is water under the bridge at this point.” …

Christina Fallin declined a request for an interview and issued a statement through the Governor’s Office.

“I am thrilled to have been chosen as the August girl for Twenty Something Magazine,” she said.

A representative of the publication declined a request for a telephone interview. The publication refused a Tulsa World request to show the video but submitted a photo from the event.

Dang, it sure is a shame that Twenty Something had to pull that video from the Internet. That means we’ll just have to post it instead.  Check out it below:

In all honesty, the video is more accidentally-funny and bad than it is lurid or risqué. In fact, the video is kind of confusing. My eyes are telling me I’m watching something by Marilyn Manson, yet the totally hip MGMT remix and weird editing makes think I’m watching an Urban Outfitters commercial.

All that being said, I guess it’s still a bit controversial when the daughter of a socially conservative Republican governor poses for an eccentric photo shoot at our Governor’s Mansion while wearing platform heels, skin-tight leather pants and see-through clothing. I mean things like that shouldn’t happen at the home of our Governor. They should take place at classier places like N. Lincoln, S. Robinson or W. Reno.


  1. I was reading at the beginning and I was so bummed out that the video was removed, then in the next sentence I read that you have it posted and I could not watch it fast enough! The video is was even worse than I could imagine and wonderfully stupid on every level. It left me asking so many questions…Why does Christina look like Lady Gaga? What’s with that weird music? What the hell is Twenty Something Magazine? I am now left both laughing and confused. Thank you for this, totally made my day!

  2. The unanswered question here is, where was Mary? My guess is, she was “Working for Oklahoma” and “Taking On DC.” Either that, or she was watching the hired help slave away in the heat at her rich boy husbands government subsidized farm…

  3. TwentySomethingMagazine.com will be a national Oklahoma based magazine by next year. You should support it.

  4. Are you serious? Who cares if they took some pictures? And why all the hate about the daughter and a local mag? Judgemental, hypocritical, statist pricks.

  5. Mary Fallin is Lady Gaga’s mom? Why am I always the last one to know about these things?

  6. When a false sense of entitlement, a laundry list of family maladies and a daily agenda of brunches, go too far… you have 98% of the hipsters in this city.

    LOL, Oklahoma City is ridiculous.

  7. Talk about trading in on the family name.
    She looks trashy and this maybe only the first step for one of Fallin’s children/step-children cashing in on the family name. This is the kind of behaviour that you would expect from a Palin not a Fallin.

    She should not have used the mansion without permission from the Governor’s Office because it is really the people’s house since Governors come and Governors go. I would expect a polished politician to drive into their children’s head to think about how the public may react to their behaviour.

  8. This is funny and silly. It certainly doesn’t deserve the hateful and rude comments. “She should not have used the mansion without permission from the Governor’s Office…”
    Come on. Get a f*cking life. Is that the issue here? Let’s not get too far off topic. I thought we were here to disrespect Mary Fallin in some way… well, that’s why I’m here. I’m glad her daughter is a rebel. Whatcha’ gonna do now Mary?

  9. Look, people aren’t upset at Christina Fallin because she took risque photos in our Governor’s mansion. I know I don’t like Christina Fallin (or Matt) because of personal issues. However, I’m broke. My friends are broke. My family is broke. We work for everything we have. We went to college and we are stacked with loans. We go to work everyday and bust our humps for what we get.

    What we don’t want to see? A twenty-something trust fund baby and her trust fund hubby sporting around the world flaunting what others don’t have. I want to see people like me (you know, average middle-class Americans) doing something RIGHT in the world instead of flashing my goodies and getting accolades for it.

    I mean, c’mon, you think Christina Fallin ever worked a 9-5 job for entry level base pay even *after* going to college? And I’m sorry, but true hipsters (like myself) shop at vintage/thrift stores. Unless being “hip” is spending hundreds on a wardrobe and being stuck up….

  10. @ Geri You called yourself a hipster. Pwuahhhaha. How unhip is that? I bet you listen to the latest crap Guestroom Records has on the turn table too, huh?

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