Monday, March 8, 2010

Lady Gaga's No Romance & Miley's Lolita Lyrics

Every once in a while, I post a picture so... so... um, like this, that I can't even make a sarcastic remark about it. I'm speechless. (Photo from CNN)


Although Lady Gaga sings about "Bad Romance", turns out right now, she's having no romance. And no sex. According to CNN.com:

"Lady Gaga has made an art form of skimpy outfits, but at the moment it's all for show. The pop star says she is currently single and celibate. "I haven't got time to spend on the road to get to know anyone," she told reporters... 'Even Lady Gaga can be celibate. You don't have to have sex to be loved.'"

Even though I don't agree with her freakish wardrobe (although I'll give her props for being marketing savvy/attention loving enough to wear them), I have to admit, I agree with that last sentence. So I'll just repeat it. You don't have to have sex to be loved. Or in short form, sex does not = love. But anyway, back to the story.

"Sex should be fun, beautiful and colorful, but women get the short end of the stick,' she said. 'We're just receivers. We can't talk about sex, we can't sing about sex." Huh? Okay, true, some surveys show women may be pulling a Sally, as in "When Harry Met Sally" on a regular basis, but we're JUST receivers? Way to put our sex down, Gaga. And as for that whole we can't talk or sing about sex, did she just teleport in from the Victorian Age or something? (Hmm, might explain the first part of her moniker.) Considering one of her biggest fans, Madonna, released a book called "Sex" nearly two decades ago which was chock full of eroticism, I don't know what she's talking about. Heck, since Madonna, Lil' Kim, Foxy Brown, Christina Aguilera and Britney Spears (among a host of others) have made careers off of selling sex, I can only guess that maybe all that makeup is leaking through her skin and effecting brain cells.

Eww. Did she not catch even one episode of his three season VD swap of a show, "Rock of Love"? (Photo from Post Chronicle.)

Speaking of Britney and building careers on sex, Miley Cyrus seems to want to take the Disney-darling-turned-tramp path to stardom that made Ms. Spears an international success. It might have also helped lead to two quick, failed marriages, erratic behavior, rehab, a couple of stints in psychiatric wards, a very unfortunate "haircut", but eh, that's all par for the course. Like Britney, Miley has already had a controversial, underage sexy photo spread in a magazine, and has gyrated like a stripper on an awards show. You'll remember Britney had her moment back in the day. Or maybe "Christian" child stars from the South just like to drop it low instead of dosey-doe these days.

Miley's trip down the spiraling path to infamy recently had her stopping to make an icky duet with 40 something washed up Poison frontman/VH1 Celebreality star Brett Michaels. From The Post Chronicle:

"Cyrus asked the Poison star to join her in the studio for her reworking of the band's classic 'Every Rose Has Its Thorn', and fell in love with one of Michael's tunes, "Nothing To Lose", and asked if she could perform with the rocker on the track.

Michaels tells Billboard.com, “When we were in the studio, I said, ‘Do you want to hear some of my new tracks?’ She said ‘I’d love to,’ and I played her Nothing to Lose and she fell in love with it and said she’d love to sing on the song. I was like, ‘That’d be killer!’”

You can hear the inappropriate, age-mismatched duo here:



Just a reminder. Miley is 17. Brett could be her dad. And yes, he is singing about her falling down on him. Most disturbing is that Miley's mom was in the studio while all of this took place. But then again, Lynne Spears tagged along a lot with Britney...

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