Topic: Rolling-Stone

10 Extremely Ridiculous Quotes From Miley Cyrus’ Edgiest Interview Ever

10 Extremely Ridiculous Quotes From Miley Cyrus' Edgiest Interview Ever

Miley Cyrus continues her massive press tour to alienate the entire world today, with a just-dropped cover of Rolling Stone, upon which she is naked. She is also topless in almost all of the photos inside the magazine. Of course. The accompanying interview is replete with what has now become Cyrus’ rather particular brand of outrageous obliviousness, self-mythologizing and brazen ego. She’s like Lady Gaga smashed together with Kanye West with a sprinkle of twerking!

…Oh, and a shitload of name dropping. In fact, most of the interview is just Cyrus pointing out which famous people really admire her as an artist–and then quoting them. Let’s begin. More »

How Reporter Vanessa Grigoriadis Was Mommy-Shamed After Biebergate

How Reporter Vanessa Grigoriadis Was Mommy-Shamed After Biebergate

The fallout from Biebergate is pretty much over (phew!), but there’s one piece of it that still stands out in my mind.

Vanessa Grigoriadis, the reporter who interviewed Biebs for “Rolling Stone,” caught some heat for asking him questions about abortion in the first place. She graciously and succinctly replied to her detractors via Twitter, saying that “A 16 year old kid, to be 17 in a couple weeks, who has control over a large population should be asked all questions.” More »

Katy Perry Is Neither As Sexy or As Interesting as the Burlesque Stars She Tries to Emulate

Katy Perry Is Neither As Sexy or As Interesting as the Burlesque Stars She Tries to Emulate

Katy Perry took to the stage on the “Today Show” this morning amidst piles of cotton candy to perform songs from her new album, and all I can think of when I see this photo is slapping her across her unoriginal face.

I have wanted to like Katy Perry, I really have. “I Kissed a Girl,” while vapid, was catchy. Perry herself is adorable, and somehow she landed Russell Brand. But every single thing she does serves to make her more and more annoying, and lately, when she’s just repeatedly revealing how untalented and unoriginal she is, I have to say that she has officially gone down in my book as a Pop Star Whose Fame Is Undeserved.

So, let’s talk about that interview in Rolling Stone, for starters. I kept waiting for her to say something interesting. But honestly, even Vanessa Grigoriadis, the reporter, seemed bored with her. The entire story hinged on the idea that Perry loves attention. Literally. More »