Taylor Momsen is a Polite Young Lady
Think of every cliche about the goth chick in high school who banged older dudes all the time. Then add millions of dollars and years of being a spoiled child actress into that equation and what you’ll end up with is pretty close to Taylor Momsen. (If not, toss in a dash of pretending to be on heroin.) On that note, Popeater got a hold of her interview for Revolver that makes the cover look like a Hello! Kitty lunchbox, and not the kind old Japanese dudes fondle on the subway because they live in an advanced culture:
“If it’s a good sex tape, I’ll watch it … I like some adult stars. I have a couple favorites. But I will say this: That Tommy Lee-Pamela Anderson video wasn’t very good. I wouldn’t f**k Tommy Lee,” the singer says.
I’ll give her this: The kid’s smart. Knowing not to have sex with Tommy Lee? Our country would be 25% less infected with hepatitis had others learned that lesson at a young age. Of course, the true burn goes to Heidi Montag who apparently used one of Taylor songs – from when she was eight:
Momsen tells the mag she wrote a song as a child that Heidi Montag recently released. “I wrote a pop song [called ‘Blackout’ when I was 8] and recorded it with a producer as a demo. Heidi Montag from ‘The Hills’ just recently sang it and put it out as her single [laughs]. I’m like , OK, dude, you’re singing an 8-year-old’s words, but that’s cool,” Momsen says. “It’s so funny because I didn’t shop it or anything and I get this call going, ‘Did you write a song for Heidi Montag?’ and I’m like ‘What?'”
I started out wanting to laugh at the ridiculousness of this interview, but suddenly found myself captivated by an inspirational tale of how fucking dumb Heidi Montag is. Much like the way she touched the Grinch’s heart as Cindy Lou Who, Taylor Momsen moved me today. And not just because of all that porn talk. (That was more like a seismic event. Ladies?)
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