Eva Marcille's $3,000 studded Gasoline Glamour platforms at the 2010 BET Awards had everyone talking. Though the price tag may have discouraged most of us from buying Eva's (or any other celebs) fancy footwear, the link between the brand and the celeb is forever embedded in our minds, according to a new Dutch study. A team of scientists found that seeing a celebrity wearing a great pair of shoes heightens a woman's brain activity reports the New York Daily News. Here's what you had to say: Kelli commented Facebook: "Of course we have "heightened brain activity," its like men at a strip club." Elaine wrote via Facebook: "In Nicki Minaj voice: they say my shoe game is crazy, the mental asylum is looking for me."