Friday, June 11, 2010

Katy Perry Slams Lady Gaga's 'Alejandro' as Cheap Blasphemy

Hey, two Lady Gaga posts in one day! It's Friday blogging around here, so expect the unexepected!

At ABC News, "
It's War: Celeb Feuds: Katy Perry criticizes Gaga's 'Alejandro' video":

Katy Perry took to Twitter to discuss her distaste for Lady Gaga's new video, "Alejandro," in which the singer dresses in a red-and-white latex nun's habit, sucks on rosary beads and, dressed in a crucifix-emblazoned robe with a cross over her crotch, becomes the center of a gay orgy. "Using blasphemy as entertainment is as cheap as a comedian telling a fart joke," Perry wrote on her Twitter account.

Katy Perry's tweet is here.

Plus, at NYDN, "Katy Perry suggests Lady Gaga's 'Alejandro' music video uses blasphemy for cheap entertainment."

This is the kind of stuff Robert Stacy McCain loves! Or maybe Theo Spark? Crazy catfights over allegedly blasphemous music videos! Whoo hoo!


Dennis said...

Cheap imitation of Madonna. Someone has "been there and done that."

Blazingcatfur said...

I'd like to see her feature Mohammed.