Oh guys. I just don’t even know about this day. I kind of give up already, if that’s just alright with you. See, I had to put my dog of twenty-one years (you know who he is) down today, and while Courtney Stodden normally cheers me up in any situation, I just don’t even feel like it this evening. I thought three bowls of Rice Krispies and a cupcake and skipping Zumba tonight might brighten my spirits a bit, but that’s not working, either.
So you know what I’m going to do? I’m just going to leave these photos right here for you, because honestly, regardless of my personal situation, these photos need to be seen. It’s good to know that though things change and change and change, some things—like celebrity gossip duty and valor—don’t budge a bit. Enjoy.
These photos are from the Markus + Indrani Icons book launch party which was held in Beverly Hills over the last few days. It was hosted by Carmen Electra, and proceeds to go to the Trevor Project, which is a foundation that helps prevent suicide among those in the LGBT community. Great cause, for sure, and Lady Gaga, naturally, just signed on as a sponsor of some sort, too, so there’s that.
What I want to talk about today, though, is not Lady Gaga and her business decisions—no, I want to talk about Doug Hutchison and Courtney Stodden and how they showed up to this thing under the misconception that it was a Halloween party, to which they decided to go as an 80′s pimp and his coked-out ho.
Can I say, first, how very disappointed I am that Courtney‘s doing a music video for “Reality”, and not a brand-new, super amped version of “Don’t Put It on Me, Girl”? Because oh oh oh, how beautiful would it be if we had a wonderful, up to date video to jam along with this, my very favorite Courtney Stodden song:
But alas, she’s not, so let’s just collectively hope that the video for “Reality” is a complete success so maybe she’ll continue creating beautiful things for the rest of her touching, thought-provoking musical projects. Cross your fingers right now, OK?