That’s quite a spread for a beach picnic (no pun intended). I think that might even be a TURNSTILE.
I’m jealous of the girl on our right because she has fabulous hair. However, there is absolutely nothing I’m jealous of about the girl on our left, least of all her totally cliche trampstamp. Really? A butterfly? How very Mariah Carey.
Anyway, Mariah Carey won an award for her acting in the movie Precious, and this video clip is just the first part of her wacked out acceptance speech, in which she is completely punch-worthy. I don’t know what happened to the rest of the speech, but can only assume it was SO awful, that whoever created this video was too mortified to keep recording.
You can’t tell me that dogs aren’t offended by her high notes. There is NO WAY that her dolphin shrieks don’t irritate dogs.
I think I may have said this before, but it really bugs the crap out of me that she always has a hand up. It’s either just hanging out near her face -palm out, or she’s pointing up (because that helps her hit the dog-abusing notes) or she’s fluttering her fingers. I want, just once, for her to sing a song handcuffed, just to see if she could even do it.
According to this, Pariah Carey believes that the reason her horrific debut movie Glitter did so poorly at the box office is because it came out on 9/11. This is the first time in history that I can recall a celebrity blaming their own failure on a terrorist attack. But this is Pariah, so it shouldn’t really come as any big surprise.
She said, “That movie was released on September 11th, 2001 – could there be a worse day for that movie to come out? I don’t think so. I don’t even know that many people even saw the movie so I don’t think it’s the worst thing ever done. Glitter was a learning experience and I wouldn’t do it again if you paid me. But I didn’t have representation or anyone to tell me: ‘What you need is a great director’.”
So, slight correction. It bombed because of 9/11 and because of her director.