Stupid girl, stupid girls, stupid girls. Maybe if I act like that, that guy will call me back. What a paparazzi girl, I don't wanna be a stupid girl.
I'm no fan of Paris Hilton, Nicole Ritchie or any of the other mindless ilk that pass as celebrities today.
Needless to say I love the new P!nk video for her song Stupid Girls.
In the video P!nk trashes the "celebrity" girls she thinks represent the "huge lack of tolerance for diversity or thought."
P!nk is seen wearing oversized sunglasses, trendy clothing and buying a small, fluffy dog: an imitation of such "stars" as Nicole Ritchie and Mary-Kate and Ashley.
They travel in packs of two or three, With their itsy bitsy doggies and their teeny-weeny tees. Where, oh where, have the smart people gone?
She also pokes fun at Paris Hilton's sex tape, Lindsay Lohan's lack of driving skills and Jessica Simpson's infamous car wash video for "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'."
Maybe if I act like that, that guy will call me back.
What a paparazzi girl, I don't wanna be a stupid girl. Maybe if I act like that, flipping my blonde hair back. Push up my bra like that, I don't wanna be a stupid girl.
In a more serious scene, P!nk imitates vomiting in a sink to emulate the "really thin is in" mentality perpetuated by the current celebrity class.
Oh my god you guys, I totally had more that 300 calories. That was so not sexy, no Good one, can I borrow that? I LOVE BEING SKINNY.
"I feel like so many women have been out there fighting for our independence and our equality and to further our rights, and girls like this come along and wipe out all of our progress and they push this size zero image that's unattainable for the average person," said P!nk.
One of my favorite lines in the song takes a jab at another of my favorite nouveau celebrities: What happened to the dream of a girl president? She's dancing in the video next to 50 Cent.
Paris Hilton apparently isn't pleased. She has been quoted as saying "P!nk is just using me and other celebrities to make a musical comeback."
P!nk's reply to Paris? "Spell it--Spell comeback!"
The song is currently available on iTunes, the video isn't there yet, but expect it very soon.
'til Paris learns to spell
Keep the Adventure Alive,