Thursday, April 2, 2009

Pussycat Dolls performed at the most recent Kids Choice Awards. Reactions?

11 comments:

Beth R. said...

I didn't see it, but I can only assume it was tacky and borderline offensive. Someone needs to take them into an alley and put them down.

Just-Sully said...

Yeah I agree euthanizing them is the humane thing to do. PETA will do it.

eric said...

i bet it was hot.

Leslie said...

I did see it (hence the question) while flipping through the channels this weekend and I was totally grossed out. Women in skin-tight pants with so much exposed cleavage I'm surprised Sally the second grader didn't get hit in the face with an areola. I think having this group perform in attire like that at an awards show where kids are *the* audience is about as appropriate as having hula hooping waitresses at Hooters and calling it a family establishment.

andrew said...

Oh please. What's all this hubba-balloo. It's just giving every gay-in-training a dream to aspire too. Why does Leslie have to quash people's dreams?

Leslie said...

Wow, so I guess I have some strong feelings about this. I guess I could reword today's question to read: How appropriate do you think it is to have the Pussycat Dolls perform at the Kids Choice Awards?

Leslie said...

P.S. I am a dream quasher. Thank you.

Scottie said...

I bet Martin hated it. He hates kids. And dolls.

Cate said...

i think its appropriate for 8 year olds to ask "dont cha wish your girlfriend was hot like me?"

Karen said...

nothing about the pussycat dolls is appropriate for kids...not their name, not their clothes, not their lack of clothes, not their choreography, and not their lyrics. I think when a pretty liberal bunch of 20 and 30 somethings without kids are even outraged, clearly something is terribly wrong.

sub-question of the day: how long do you think before the person who approved their act gets fired?

Ryan said...

Indifference. Could care less about no-talent musical groups or children for that matter.