Nicki Minaj sits at her vanity. She inserts her blue contacts and brushes her long, straight, platinum blonde wig. Her skin glows white with foundation. She adjusts her breast implants in her tank top and squeezes her butt implants into a pair of tight jeans. Then she picks up her phone to tweet that she was snubbed by the VMAs because the media favors white-friendly images and supports negative body images.
Originally posted by MrPeanut
The fact that Katy's peak is in the approximate range of Gagz her downfall kinda says it all, don't it?
Originally posted by H´Fidelity in response to a poll "Do you respect Nicki Minaj?
Yes. I respect anyone who has the ambition to succeed and flourish in a field they have absolutely no skill in.
"I have to say that the Britbots are as loyal as they come. They will follow her even if her next album consisted of "live" [email protected] fartings into a Fisher Price mic." - Man**
How many Britney Spears fans does it take to change a lightbulb? Zero, they all stand there in the dark convinced it's still working.
Looking at the pics posted in this thread, and comparing X to other pop stars that came out around the same time as her cements the fact that our bodies are God's, and our temple, and we should love, and take care of them like her instead of ruing ourselves like those other pop stars.
Though many credit her joining The Voice for reigniting her career, Christina Aguilera attributes her divorce as a "rebirth." With her film debut in Burlesque and 2010's Bionic receiving mediocre reviews, it seemed like Aguilera's seventh studio album would determine her future. Lotus is a dazzling comeback. Where Bionic came off as too conceptually tired, these songs sound organic in contrast, starting on the earthy "Lotus Intro" with Aguilera's soliloquy likening her inner strength to that of the resilient flower. The following "Army Of Me" is a modern disco laced anthem of empowerment. As she sings, "Now I've found my second wind/Now I've found my second skin", she sounds honestly comfortable in that skin. And why shouldn't she? Lotus was recorded in the comfort of her home studio where her friend Cee Lo Green dropped by to pipe-in on the grandiose "Make The World Move" before she and Blake Shelton duet with vocal pyrotechnics in "Just A Fool".