In other important trivial matters, let's turn our attention to Miss Kelly Clarkson who is playing the scorned lover role to sell her new CD, and the reporters just lap her sour milk up.
NEW YORK -Kelly Clarkson, who rails against a former flame in her new song "Never Again," says she's never been in love.
Poor dear. She dated a rat. Alanis Morrisette did this to much media admiration in 1995. They fell all over themselves telling audiences how Alanis was fucked over by some unnamed dude without ever questioning what Alanis did to deserve the fucking over. I know it's private, so then don't write a song about it if you don't want to be asked about it.
I don't know why people think it's proper for these chicks to write these one-sided victim songs designed to smear some specific person, and not get called on it. I don't know who this guy is, but lots of people close to Kelly Clarkson and in the music biz do, and that's gotta leave a mark on the guy's resume. Look what happened to Dave Coulier's career after Alanis' song came out. Even the Olsen Twins turned their bony backs on him.
"I love my friends and family," the Grammy-winning singer and original "American Idol" tells Elle magazine in its July issue. "But I have never said the words `I love you' to anyone in a romantic relationship. Ever."
I would like to know why. What's wrong with her? One-sided stories are dull. If you want my MP3 business, I have a right to know. Invite the former flame to record an answer song.
If Kelly Clarkson kissed and told on me, I'd find one of her rivals on the pop scene such as Bo Bice, Daughtry, or Panic at the Disco! to help me record an album about why I broke up with her. I'd write hits such as "She Needs to Wash Down There Better," and "One Chromosome from Dwarfism" and "Almost A Mullet To Me," "Money Ain't Making Your Boobs Look Nicer." See which gets more downloads.
KELLY CLARKSON RAILING AGAINST FLAME