It’s a smorgasbord of Katy, Ke$ha, Britney and Gaga as Complex counts down “The 25 Greatest ‘Slutwave’ Songs of All Time”.
In other Katy and Ke$ha-related news, Feminist Music Geek critiques their acts.
Finally, closing off a Katy Perry heavy week, Jezebel ponders the similarities between “Firework” and Christina Aguilera’s “Beautiful”.
Sady Doyle on Charlie Chaplin’s paedophilia on film:
“I… kind of forgot, actually, that Charlie Chaplin was a pedophile?… Boy howdy, this movie sure didn’t!… It invites you to get off on this… We got a scene where the FBI tried to go after Chaplin for his dangerous left-wing activities, BY PERSUING STATUATORY RAPE CHARGES AGAINST HIM. “It’ll ruin him,” the evil right wing poo-hating US government cackles.”
Hmm… strangely echoes a certain left-winger accused of rape in the media at the moment…
Hermione Granger perfects her “judgemental badger” face.
Is the antidote to “Taylor Swift’s Endless Reign” a Lindsay Lohan singing career revival?
Coco Rocha reveals “The One That Got Away”.
MamaMia asks, “Do You Have Mother Issues?” Oh hell yes! And daddy ones, too!
More on why Gwyneth Paltrow is just that damn unlikeable.
JWoww’s heinous ex calls her pre-surgery body “deformed” by cellulite. Nice.