Discussion in 'Divas' started by Loufoque, Dec 5, 2009.
Wendy is such a ho, I could hate on her till the cows go home
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NEWSFLASH WENDY - we don't NEED your HATERATION.
GOD I LOVE THIS SO MUCH
WHAT! WHAT! (with one hand in the air and a little bob) is totally the new *snaps*
I do it everytime I subtly slag someone off in the office.
My fave lines in the Wendy interview...
WENDY: When was the last time you talked with Robin?
WHITNEY: ABOUT A WEEK AGO HAH HAAAAHHHHHHHHH
WENDY: Because I know you and Robin were girlfriends...
WHITNEY: We're still friends...GURL
I'M NOT A CHILD WENDY
THANK GOD WENDY
WHAT ARE WE TALKING TO? A FUCKING RETARD??
SHUSH YOUR MOUTH
Ah, very soon Wendy, I'm sure.
Baby I come from a line of heritage - of STRONG HERITAGE
I KNOW IT
Don't make me meet you outside
This Wendy interview is unbelievable !
WENDY DON'T MAKE ME MEET YOU OUTSIDE
this is like parody
Whitney has the number one cracked out DEATH STARE of all DIVAS EVER.
The end of Part 2 of the Wendy interview is my favourite part. Starting with Mariah 'Lamb Chop' Carey.
How dare that man Wendy imply that Whitney is anything less than fiercely heterosexual.
I'm just here watching them YouToob clips with my MOTHER you know what I'm sayin' and she's just said that Wendy looks like a PROPER MAN
SPEAKING of Whitney, oh my SHITTING GOD at this news
The moment I've been waiting for. But where the FUCK are the original Aretha-like versions of the songs that were first cut?
I DIDN'T KNOW!
I DIDN'T KNOW!
I DIDN'T KNOW! (ABOUT THAT REISSUE)
We had a thread about that.
Let me put this real good...........BORING!
Some shitty tinny remixes and the same videos/interviews we've seen a million times before.
Hmm, I might get it for the remastered sound
But I agree it's a tragic wasted opportunity - I wanted those damn original versions!
OMG I have lost any motivation to finish this + I am missing a VITAL COMPONENT for #2
WHAT! You can't stop this now!
I'm feeling a bit
To think I actually MET her on this day. She looks so fucking rough. She was a GODDESS in real life.
Maybe it was seeing you that temporarily gave her Down's Whatevar
OMG so that's why they call me LIPPY
I have just listening to the Wendy clip and watched the bit from her show talking about the Oprah interview.
Get this bitch over to the UK now!
I met her that day too. She didn't seem to know where or what Dublin was.
How fabulous that she doesn't claim her Irish heritage at all
NEITHER DO I MARIAH, NEITHER DO I
That Wendy interview is utterly amazing entertainment, and the Diane exchange is obviously iconic.
"Whitney, you're a trip *sigh*..."
"I'VE BEEN AROUND THE WORLD "
My favourite bit is where Whitney says something like
'I BET YOU HAVE SOME RESERVATIONS ABOUT HOW YOU LOOK WHEN YOU LOOK IN THE MIRROR
YEAH I KNOW WHAT YOU LOOK LIKE
Where's Ashlee Simpson lip synching FIASCO plus her FABULOUS HOE DOWN?
Oh these are DIVAS we're talking about
I eagerly await the top 2
Happy New Year Loufoque
Whitney & Bobby going to Israel I'd select - the pictures there are comedy GOLD.
No one saw it coming. I was in school when I got the news. I was in Year 10 I think. We couldn't believe what was happening in front of our eyes.
Of course the signs had been there. Intelligence should have told us that disaster was on the cards, but we immediately tried to be nonchalant about it and were going to extremes to prove it. I mean, how could we not have known?
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The day disaster struck in 2001 will be forever emblazoned in my mind. I had only recently started posting at dotmusic and at that point I wasn't OUT (as a lamb). I was still trying to pretend I was into girls like Madonna, but secretly I knew I preferred big vocals and likeable personalities. Don't ask me how I told my mum, because it was bleak. Anyway. That day I came straight home from school and turned on the computer to find that somewhere in Manhattan, the worst thing in the world had happened.
Mariah had made an impromptu visit to TRL with an ice cream cart.
Now I don't think you would accuse me of exaggerating if I were to say that even today, as we enter a new decade, we are not still feeling the aftershocks of this colossal event in our day-to-day lives. Lambs are still coming home wounded, or worse, BRAINDEAD (mainly from flashbacks to a time when Mariah couldn't get a hit on the Billboard Hot 100. The Memoirs era has not helped). I was one of the lucky ones. As a closeted lamb, I didn't suffer too much. No one knew about my extensive Mariah collection, so I was spared cruel jibes about being an ice-cream seller or the owner of a pink boombox. Not everyone was so lucky. I'll leave it to Floella, dUb and Whatevar to recount how it was for them. Because sometimes everybody needs a little therapy, and today <s>is</s> might be that day for them.
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It didn't end there of course. There were the rambling voicemails, the people called haters to whom we were instructed to give positivity, the broken plates, the dotmusic aliases, not to mention the failure of both Glitter (ALBUM) and Glitter (MOVIE), largely as a result of a smaller incident later that year where a couple of buildings collapsed in New York. Some people say it was Muslims, but personally I'm calling out the Latinos (not Pipo OBV). I'm not saying it was a Lopez-Mottola conspiracy, but let's just say it takes a massive talent black-hole to take down two skyscrapers and there's only one Latina in the game who had that little star quality.
As for Mariah, she made it through the rain. She rebuilt her corporation along her own lines, mainly through shrewd investments and by stealing Jennifer Lopez's publicist. And suddenly giving haters positivity and distributing ice cream doesn't seem that crazy anymore. But 2001 was a long time ago and as they said in the play clearly named after Mariah's latest album " (Imperfect) Angels In America", the world only spins forward.
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We love everybody, but I'm just sayin'.
I actually saw that episode of TRL as an ambivalent 13 year old gay thinking that was typical Mariah behaviour. Then you follow it up with the Cribs episode months later, and then you find out she was truly off her rocker.
Then again, this is the same woman who wore PJ's to an American talk show back in 1999 so I shouldn't have been surprised.
She can go on as much as she wants with that running 'eternally 12' joke, but she was genuinely COGNITIVELY AGED 7 in that TRL interview. Seriously retarded.
It was a fun time and when I first became a Mariah fan.
OMG. I've never seen that before. AMAZING.
I love that TRL appearance so much. It's my most quoted 8 minutes ever
Carson: "It's a huge pop concert called Live & Almost Legal"
Mariah: "It's about us *GUFFAW*"
"These aren't my FA... these are just some nice folks down on the street"
Take it SLLOOOOOW
Pat Carey: "Mariah's working herself into the ground, and THAT'S NOT STELLAR"
I love when she takes the t-shirt off, and for a split second you can tell that Carson is thinking "oh sweet fuck she's naked, CUT TO A BREAK"
I love how subtly she shuts that homophobe Carson.
"This t-shirt is from my range of clothes"
"Yes, that is from the girls range"
"NO CARSON, this could be girls or boys, WE LOVE EVERYONE HERE CARSON"
WE LOVE ALL TYPES OF PEOPLE