Queerty is better as a member
I’m normally a pretty open guy to any kind of humor but I find it extremely disappointing, upsetting and quite offensive that you would joke around with someone having a major problem with self infliction/cutting. We all enjoy (tasteful) humor, but there are some subjects that should be given sensitivity. I don’t think you would ever poke fun at the topic of gay bullying, so why you feel this serious subject is okay to harass is beyond me. For someone (Demi) who has obviously had her share of mental health problems/dealing with cutting, and has actually been such an advocate against any kind of bullying, I think there are plenty of other jokes/humor that could be utilized.
There is a youtube clip going around where Demi Lovatto told a guy that “Lots of people work hard, but don’t make it” and he replied “That must be why you use Auto-tune” And then Spears chimed in “Who let you on the stage” and he replied “The same people that hired you to be a judge”.
Did that cut make it on aire?
I would love to see Britbrit come out onstage and sing for us live. But that will never happen because the girl can’t sing. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve enjoyed many of her pop songs and videos but without her songwriters and her stylists and yes, the auto-tune, she’d be nowhere.
Britney is America’s sweetheart. When did that happen? Can’t we pick someone more…stable…for that title?
@Bennett:Well said. That poster child comment made me very uncomfortable.
I stunned they were able to put their footprints at Graham’s Chinese Theater!! They are not movie stars!! This really lowers the Hollywood Experience….
Britney was so uncomfortable with the Don situation, I felt uncomfortable myself. It was a cringe-worthy moment.
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