This former A list female singer and now still a great singer, but more of a hot disheveled mess with lots of money to burn would be a more accurate description. Our singer has been partying a lot. She knows she parties and she knows she has way too much drink many nights of the week. Since her significant other is not any better about partying and can’t trust him to save her if she starts to die during the night, she has a baby monitor that she takes with her wherever she goes. One goes in her room and one goes in the room of her bodyguard. Always. She leaves them on 24 hours a day just in case she forgets to turn it on before she goes to sleep. So, the various bodyguards that have come into her life the past six months or so have heard everything from the craziest loudest fights to the craziest loudest sex, to the craziest loudest snoring from a woman that has ever been heard.
Yeah. Doesn’t that just ooze Christina? Couldn’t you just see her carrying around a little baby monitor, being all “no, you don’t understand, bodyguard, I could die. I could die. You don’t understand. Where’s my boyfriend? Where’s my drink? Waaaaaah!” Because I could. I could so hard.
Any other guesses, or do you think Christina is the obvious answer?
BITCH. Yup. A FAT BITCH. I couldn’t put that in the headline, because I’m pretty sure our advertisers would have our collective heads on a stake, and I just can’t be responsible for the skewering of Jenn and Emily’s pretty little heads, especially when they’re such nice, wonderful girls.
But truly, Kelly Osbourne called Christina Aguilera a fat bitch, and I love her for it. Not because, you know, I have anything against people of a certain body fat percentage, but because Christina Aguilera railed and railed on Kelly Osbourne for so long about being both fat and disgusting. Sometimes it’s interesting to see people take the opportunity of pointing karma out to their fellow man. It’s not exactly right, but it’s semi-entertaining nonetheless, you know?
On E!’s ‘Fashion Police,’ a conversation between Joan Rivers and Kelly Osbourne transpired, and it kind of went like this:
… After Joan Rivers, 78, said Aguilera looked “stuffed into” a Givenchy LBD at an event in Munich, Germany last month (and likened her to “Snooki’s Scandinavian cousin”), Osbourne chimed in: “Maybe she is just becoming the fat bitch she was born to be. I don’t know. She was a c**t to me. And she bought my house!”
Osbourne’s digs at 30-year-old Aguilera’s fluctuating weight didn’t end there. “She called me fat for so many f***ing years,” Osbourne continued, “so you know what? F**k you! You’re fat too.
Her hair still looks fried out and frizzy, but the crimps are way more stylish than the 40′s flapper type, and her face is still as round and puffy as the moon, but dude. The only thing that’s going to rectify that is PUTTING THE BOTTLE DOWN and BACKING AWAY FROM IT SLOWLY.
On the whole, looking good, girl – I’m feeling this whole sanitary look! Someone went Misikko!
And in a completely unsurprising move, they performed it on the latest Voice episode. Which is kind of what I want to talk about. Is anyone actually watching this show? Seriously, I think I know one person who’s addicted to it. And I don’t even really “know” them, I just happened to hear them talking about how much they loooove it one day in passing. I mean, I don’t even see Facebook discussions about this show. I think that’s the true telling of something’s popularity these days, doesn’t it?
I know that the concept of Adam Levine and Christina Aguilera teaming up would have been super hot in 2002 or so, but time goes by and things change and apparently, so do careers.
Do you guys (if any of you are, you know, watching it) think it’s going to be a one-and-done type thing, maybe kind of like the song that Adam and Christina performed, or do you think it’s here to stay?
“I know what everyone was saying. And during that Grammy moment, when I nearly collapsed, I was thinking, Are you kidding me? I’ve always been really good with my heels. Even pregnant, I could perform in heels. Note to self: Never wear a train onstage. My heel got caught in my train, and if it wasn’t for Jennifer Hudson, who picked me up as I went down, I would have fallen to the floor. When it happened, it was just like, What else, God?! What else?! I threw my hands up in the air and started smiling, because what else could go wrong?”
Sure, Christina, it was the train that made you trip. And when you got arrested for being drunk in the passenger seat of a car, you were a victim. No really, that’s what she calls herself in this interview, a “victim of celebrity.” I would have pegged her for a victim of Jagerbombs and low self esteem, but perhaps that’s just me.